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Welcome to the MOREcolor 2016 art works submission site!

 

IMPORTANT: Artist information is found in the links at the top of the page. Please review the Submission Requirements carefully before starting your submission!

Instructions

  • Deadline for submissions is May 8, 2016. To register and pay your entry fee, click here. After registering you will be able to login and enter your works.
  • To login, click the Login link at the upper right corner of the page.
  • To edit previously entered submissions, hover over your name in the upper right corner of the page and click My Submissions.

For information on submitting a performance or installation proposal, please visit this link.

About MOREcolor

MOREcolor 2016 is sponsored by Oklahomans for Equality, and is held in the fifth-largest LGBT community center in the world, in Tulsa, Oklahoma. It is a juried exhibition; this year's jury consists of Tulsa artists Allie Jensen and Michael Christopher, and Guest juror.

OUR HISTORY
MOREcolor has grown dramatically over the years. It started back in the 1980’s as the TOHR Art Show. An opportunity that gives artists 70% of their sales and keeping only a 30% commission, MOREcolor had its start long before Oklahomans for Equality (OkEq) had the Dennis R Neill Equality Center, when the organization was still called Tulsa Oklahomans for Human Rights. Before OkEq opened the Dennis R. Neil Equality Center, the exhibition was held at All Souls Unitarian Church and the Harwelden Mansion, but its home now is the Equality Center’s spacious Event Center.

Each year brings new performance surprises to the opening night event, from chamber music to jazz, from modern dance to belly, from performance art to an opera flash mob, from a body art runway to installation art.

This year’s opening event on Thursday evening, June 18, 2014 will feature works by as many as sixty visual and performing artists, and some surprises we can’t confirm yet, as well as cash awards. The event is free and open to the public.

Take a look at the MOREcolor exhibition website for listings of artists from recent years, and a map to the Equality Center.

 

Thank you for being a part of MOREcolor 2016!

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