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Harmony of Duality: A Two-Spirit Journey

April 5-April 27


The Oklahoma Center for the Humanities is thrilled to partner with Twisted Arts to bring “Harmony of Duality: A Two-Spirit Journey” to 101 Archer! “Harmony of Duality” explores Indigenous identities and expressions through the lens of Two-Spirit individuals. The exhibition celebrates and honors the rich diversity of gender, sexuality, and cultural heritage within Indigenous communities. Featuring a stunning array of artworks spanning various mediums such as paintings, sculptures, photographs, and mixed media installations, “Harmony of Duality” invites attendees to embark on a visual journey that intertwines tradition with contemporary perspectives.

Through imagery and narratives, the exhibition delves into the complex intersections of spirituality, identity, and resilience, shedding light on the experiences of Two-Spirit individuals navigating their unique paths within Indigenous cultures. Each artwork serves as a testament to the strength and beauty found in embracing one’s true self, challenging conventional notions of gender and sexuality while celebrating the harmony found within duality.

In addition to showcasing the artistic talents of Two-Spirit artists, “Harmony of Duality” offers a platform for dialogue and reflection, fostering greater understanding and appreciation of Indigenous perspectives on gender and identity. Attendees can expect to engage with the artists, participate in interactive discussions, and immerse themselves in a transformative cultural experience that celebrates diversity and inclusion. “Harmony of Duality: A Two-Spirit Journey” promises to be a profound and inspiring event that honors the resilience and creativity of Two-Spirit individuals while inviting attendees to embrace the beauty of duality within themselves and their communities.

“Harmony of Duality” opens on April 5 during the First Friday Art Crawl and runs through the month of April. Admission is always free. 101 Archer is open Wednesdays through Saturdays from noon until 5 p.m.


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101 E. Archer
101 E. Archer St.
Tulsa, OK 74103 United States
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