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The annual Momentum exhibition by the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition showcases talented Oklahoman artists ages 18-30 years old, working in different art forms, giving a diverse glimpse of young artistic talent in the state.
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Guest Curator

Lindsay Aveilhe

Lindsay Aveilhé is a Tulsa-based curator and art historian. Recent curatorial projects include The Soul is a Wanderer at OKContemporary (2023), Sol LeWitt at the Reykjavík Art Museum, Iceland (2020) and Sol LeWitt: Lines, Forms, Volumes at Galleria Alfonso Artiaco, Naples, Italy (2019). Aveilhé is Editor of the Sol LeWitt Wall Drawings Catalogue Raisonné (Artifex Press, 2018) and co-creator of the Sol LeWitt mobile app made in collaboration with the LeWitt Estate and Microsoft (2020). She was contributing author to Locating LeWitt: Between Mind and Body (Yale University Press, 2021). 

General Survey applications are open!

General Survey Artists

Oklahoma artists ages 18-30 are invited to submit artwork to the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition’s (OVAC) interactive, multi-disciplinary art event Momentum.
 
ELIGIBILITY:
Momentum is open to artists ages 18-30 who live and work in Oklahoma, or who have a permanent address in Oklahoma. Performance artists, filmmakers, installation, 2D, and 3D artists are all encouraged to. Submissions must have been created in the last two years and may not have been exhibited in previous Momentum exhibitions.

Applicants must be current OVAC members to apply. 

Deadline to Apply: January 4th, 2024

Emerging Curator

Spotlight Artists

APPLICATIONS ARE CLOSED

Spotlight Artists will be announced soon!

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Allison Ward

Momentum 2024 Committee will be announced soon!

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General Survey Artists Wesley Kramer (left) and Blair Thomas (right) selling work in the Momentum 2023 artist market. Photo courtesy of Berlin Green.

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Attendees at Momentum 2023 looking at Spotlight Artists Marissa Childers' Installation.

 Photo courtesy of Fernando Calvillo.

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