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    What Were You Wearing Exhibit

    What Were You Wearing is an exhibit that seeks to dispel the myth that sexual violence happens because someone dresses in a certain way. Outfits featured have been recreated from the stories of survivors. HEADS UP: This exhibit contains descriptions of sexual assault. 24-Hour Information and Crisis Line: 918.8

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    • Various times
    • All campuses
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    OPEN CALL FOR ARTISTS: Please Touch the Art

    DEADLINE: Monday, July 15, 10 am CT. Submit up to three artworks for possible inclusion in the popular exhibition “Please Touch the Art” at the McKeon Center for Creativity in downtown Tulsa. The exhibition will engage all five senses, with a focus on visitors who are blind or visually impaired, TPS students, and anyone who wants to experience art in new and exciting ways. Artworks in all media will be considered, with strong preference given to works that engage touch, sound, smell, taste, and/or include participatory elements. Do not submit work that cannot be touched. Proposals for new work or works-in-progress will also be considered. Artists selected for the exhibition will be paid a $150 honorarium after the artwork is delivered, and artwork may be offered for sale with no commission assessed. Exhibition is at the artist’s own risk. The deadline is Monday, July 15 at 10 am Central Time, and the exhibition will be on display from September 3 – October 31.

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    • Metro Campus, McKeon Center for Creativity
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    Alcohol Awareness Events

    April is Alcohol Awareness Month Alcohol Awareness information tables are provided by TCC Wellness Services and aim to educate and raise awareness about the risks and consequences associated with alcohol consumption. Through our informative materials and interactive displays, we provide valuable insights into the effects of alcohol on physical and mental health, the dangers of binge drinking, and the importance of responsible drinking habits. We also offer resources and support for those who may be struggling with alcohol misuse or know someone who is. Our goal is to promote a safer and healthier community by empowering individuals with knowledge and resources to make informed decisions about alcohol use.

  4. Improv with Mark Frank

    Whether you dream of appearing on stage or the big screen (or both!), professionals in theatre, film, and tv will teach you the basics on acting and auditioning. If you think improv is just for “funny” people, think again! Improv can help you learn to listen better and to think on your feet. You’ll participate in fun improv games and exercises in this empowering workshop led by Mark Frank, Coordinator of Theatre and co-director of TCC’s improv troupe.

  5. Reach Higher Week: Community for Adults (CFA)

    Learn why TCC is a great option for adult learners and what resources are available to you.

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    Blood Drives in April

    Consider participating in one of the Blood Drives

  7. Scholarship Application: 2024-25 Deadline

    Apply for more than 110 TCC Foundation scholarships with just one application in less time than it takes to drink a latte. (Okay, it takes 15-20 minutes, but you get the idea. Not long. Lots of financial aid potential.)

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