How many exhibition works:
- 10 - 19
Beautiful opportunity for us to celebrate Latinx culture. And with her vibrant colors and unique approach to
storytelling, we see Jessica as an intriguing emerging artist, one who is actively participating in shaping the
canons of modern Latinx Art.”
Originally from Mexico City, JESSICA ALAZRAKI is based in New York City. Her oil paintings are a celebration of Latinx life in the US and aim to highlight family values. Narratives are interior scenes of ordinary life. Bright colors and decorative patterns are very characteristic of Jessica's work.
Black Wall Street Gallery focuses on building better relationships primarily between black and white citizens of Tulsa.
We use the arts, theater and education to bring people together in conciliatory discussions, events and activities that create more opportunities for dialogue and ultimately greater cultural, experiential understanding.
Through the arts, music, theater and education, we build connections for long-term relational change among the black and white populations in support of the social justice movement.
Fostering relationships through these initiatives will help Tulsa become a progressive world-class city, affect positive social change, and build community.
We value the arts because they welcome all perspectives and weaken social, cultural and political barriers, thereby disrupting the status quo of racial inequity within our community.
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