By Jerica D. Wortham M.S. Project Manager: Greenwood Art Project



We are very excited for the Call & Response Poster Project submissions we have received thus far and for those on their way. We’ve received posters from all age groups and are so excited about our upcoming exhibit. We’ve been moved and inspired by our community’s response to this call that we have decided to extend the deadline to October 10, 2020.

We thank all those who have already submitted a poster design. Your efforts are greatly appreciated. Also, please know you are welcomed to submit more designs, so keep them coming!

We need each of you to make this presentation a success! 

Please, have designs in by October 10th

If you need 11×17 size paper please let me know,  and we can arrange a contactless drop off. Or just use cardboard, fabric, newspapers or magazines
as a surface and get to work on a chance to win the $1,000.00 cash prize.

Completed handmade poster design(s)? 
We can arrange contactless pick up.
Optional, drop off location:
Silhouette Sneakers & Art
10 N. Greenwood Ave. Suite C
Tulsa, OK 74133

Please invite your friends, family, students, veterans, patients, church congregations, detainees, social clubs, young and elders to participate. More than entry is welcomed.

Poster design guidelines, see below.

The Greenwood Art Project has issued a citywide open call for submissions for the Call & Response Poster Project exhibit scheduled to open May 31, 2021. The Poster Project will “encourage every resident to be engaged in the centennial by participating in this community effort.”  -Jerica Wortham (Project Manager-Greenwood Art Project )

We are seeking hundreds of original posters from Tulsa residents to be part of the exhibit. All poster submissions will be considered for the following prizes: first place – $1,000, second place – $500, and third place – $250.

Posters should address following themes: “The Legacy of Greenwood,” “Black Wall Street,” “Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921,” and “what Tulsa’s future should look like.”

All submissions will be accepted and will receive credit as part of the Call & Response exhibition.

Call-and-response is a widespread pattern of democratic participation – in public gatherings, in the discussion of civic affairs, in religious rituals, as well as in vocal and instrumental musical expression” – Harold Courlander (A Treasury of Afro-American Folklore)

Poster requirements are as follows:
Dimensions of 11 inches by 17 inches
Submitted digitally (300 dpi – dots per inch) by email to; or
Uploaded online at

Deadline for submissions is 10 p.m. Oct. 10, 2020,