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Originally the Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa, ahha was founded in 1961 to bring arts to the community through innovative programming and to facilitate collaboration amongst the various arts organizations in Tulsa. Over the years, ahha has expanded its partnerships to work collaboratively with eight area school districts, a local health care system, state and regional government agencies, and over 100 member arts and humanities organizations.
Bri Autry, Stephanie Bayles, Lydia Cheshewalla, Lindsay Cope, Lizzie DiSilvestro, David Douthitt, Nathan Eicher, Rhiannon Gunn, Sam Hathaway, Morgan Heath, Jini Kim, McKinleigh Lair, Katie Larabee, Cassidy McCants, Amanda Pelotte, Hannah Phillips, Jamie Pierson, Gabriel Rojas, Katy Sanchez, Emily Sconyers, Michelle Styve, Zach Zecha
Kenzie Adair, Rebecca Brave, Katy Bruce, Callan Dullea, Sondra Hawk, Devon Herron, Timothy Hunter, Krystie B. Hurd, Tanya Maksood, Alton Markham, Ryan Pickop, Taron Pounds, Rachel Rector, Jillian Rutherford, Fernanda Thompson, Nicole Vance
Hannah Abert, Anna Bennett, Heidi BigKnife, Sarah Bowen, Ariana Jakub Brandes, Peter Brennan, Jessica Davenport, Rachel Rose Dazey, John A. Ferrante, Susan Foust, Shauna Henry, Hali Howard, Matt Magerkurth, David R. Michael, Susan R. Michael, Krista Jo Mustain, Hunter Nesbitt, Taylor Painter-Wolfe, Erica D Parker, Matthew Ruyle, Codak Smith, Nicole White, Tennille R. Wilson, Maddy Witt
Margie Aycock, Scott Aycock, Tahlia Ball, Alice Leora Briggs, Caleb Burgess, Crystal Z Campbell, Julianne Clark, Rena Detrixhe, Molly Dilworth, Marianne Evans-Lombe, Julie Greenwood, Jason Howell, Akiko Jackson, Olivia Jensen, Melissa McKnight, Merv McNett, Ashlynn Metcalf, s.r. Monroe, JP Morrison Lans, Sally Ramirez, Sarah Sullivan, Julie Tattershall, Chris Wollard