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Fiscal Sponsorship

Do you have a large, public project you want to launch, but need some funds to make it happen? A fiscal sponsorship from OVAC allows you to use our 501(c)(3) status to solicit donations giving your donors the benefit of a tax receipt and allows you to apply for grants that require a 501(c)(3) status. After reviewing the FAQ below, reach out to us to see if your project qualifies!


Before applying, please email our executive director to determine if your project qualifies:

Applications must include the following:

  • Project description

  • Project budget with both income and expenses

  • Resume/CV of key participants

  • Work samples

  • Letter of support (if applicable)

Current Projects

Past Projects

Under Her Wing was the Universe creates a 2.5 acre native prairie landscape comprised of grasses, flowers, and trees. Within the habitat lies a large-scale sculptural pavilion that shelters visitors and invites them to escape into daydreams and possibility. During the day, viewers can experience the work as a sculpture large enough to envelope us whole. During the night, viewers will delight in a thousand stars overhead.

​“In 2018, Oklahoma was ranked 47th nationally in overall educational funding. This project represents the hundreds of thousands of students left behind by a decade of legislative inaction. We hope to provide a reminder through the power of visual art for voters to stand up for the future of Oklahoma by committing to vote pro-education." -Sarah Agee


The American Dream is built around the form of a refugee tent, such as the ones used by families rendered homeless during the Tulsa Race Massacre. It will be placed in a wooded setting and covered with orange and yellow marigold flowers, which recall the fiery destruction of people’s homes. Yet even as they memorialize an act of violence, the marigolds suggest renewal and rebirth. 

The American Dream by Sarah Ahmad is a series of six artworks installed at the Oxley Nature Center. Maps for the artwork will be posted onsite at the Oxley Nature Center. The walk to see each artwork is two miles round trip, approximately 45 minutes. Comfortable walking shoes are recommended, along with drinking water.  Parking is available at the center.

Project Details:
Co-presented by the Tulsa Artist Fellowship 

Location: Oxley Nature Center, 6700 Mohawk Blvd, Tulsa, OK

Dates & Times: May 26th - May 31st, 2-4 PM

June 1st onwards, 8:00 AM-5:00 PM

Closing Date: TBD

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