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(Cover design: Anna Shilling / Oklahoma Gazette)

Cover Story: Altered Barbie: Nobody’s Fool confronts cultural norms, ignites debate at April 1 exhibition

Cover Story: Altered Barbie: Nobody’s Fool confronts cultural norms, ignites debate at April 1 exhibition

“Whether you think Barbie is bad or good, she didn’t fool me,” Miller said. “The concept of Barbie didn’t fool me as a child, but what will the other artists say?”

Marjan Esáa dances in last year’s The Rhythm of the World | Photo Cesar Velez / provided

The Rhythm of the World brings the world’s dance cultures together for one performance

Event founder Marjan Esáa sought spiritual healing through last year’s performance.

Cheyenne Lee Pocowatchit, Citizen of Comanche Nation and Affiliated Cheyenne, Nationally Recognized Fancy Dancer (Will Wilson / provided)

Fred Jones Museum, Oklahoma tribes collaborate on PHOTO/SYNTHESIS

“I believe that what [Wilson] does in creating those images is he gives authorship, which is a very generous act for an artist to do for the people who are being represented by those images,” ahtone said.

Beth Ann Lyon preps some fresh greens at Provision Kitchen, Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Provision Kitchen offers healthy food that tastes great

Much of the restaurant’s food comes from its own Provision Organic Farm.

(Cover design: Anna Shilling / Oklahoma Gazette)

Cover Teaser: DOLLED UP: Deconstructing an American icon

Barbie is more than a toy. She is an icon. Is she pure? Overtly sexual? Independent?  Subversive? Submissive? In Altered Barbie: Nobody’s Fool, 32 women artists from across Oklahoma alter the icon as they interpret Barbie and her place in society. By Laura Eastes Cover by Anna Shilling

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