When Tulsa artist Katherine Hair began planning for “Grow,” her installation for ahha Tulsa’s newest version of its immersive installation called “The Experience,” she had all sorts of ideas for ways to involve her fellow Tulsans in her creation.

“I had a number of community involvement things planned, such as reaching out to schools to get kids involved with some elements of the piece,” Hair said. “Then March came, and all bets were off.”

The city-mandated shutdown in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic in mid-March, which forced most public spaces such as ahha Tulsa’s Hardesty Arts Center to close, meant that Hair and the five other local artists selected to create installations for “The Experience” had to come up

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