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Now at 108 Contemporary in Downtown Tulsa: Artist Heather Clark Hilliard

On this edition of our show, we offer an engaging, wide-ranging conversation with Heather Clark Hilliard, a fiber artist based in Norman, Oklahoma. Hilliard is also the inaugural artist-in-residence at 108 Contemporary gallery (located at 108 East Brady in Tulsa, and formerly known as the Brady Craft Alliance). She tells us about her solo show, "Finding the Fire: Concepts in Fiber," which will be on view at 108 through July 20th, with an Artist Talk scheduled to occur at the gallery on the 19th at 6pm. Hilliard also describes her residency project, "Memory Ring," which is a large, gallery-specific, wood-and-fiber installation that will be created daily --- and publicly --- at the gallery through Thursday the 18th. You can learn more about 108 Contemporary, and about seeing Heather Clark Hilliard's work therein, at this link. And you'll find Hilliard's own website here.

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