Tulsa Pastor’s art to be featured at OkEq

The art of Todd Freeman. Photos provided.

The art of Todd Freeman will be featured at the January Oklahomans for Equality (OkEq) showcase and exhibit of local artists. This an exhibition of his photography over the years, titled Presence: Spirituality Through Photography, beginning with a reception on Thursday, January 2, from 6-9 p.m. and continuing throughout the month. 

Rev. Todd Freeman is the pastor of College Hill Presbyterian Church in Tulsa, where he has served for the past 11 years. He was the recipient of OKEQ’s Russell Bennett Spiritual Inclusion Award in 2016 and is active in Tulsa’s Interfaith and progressive communities.

Todd writes, “Photography is a very spiritual experience for me. I tend to look at life around me as if through the lens of a camera, focusing on that which often goes unnoticed. Seeing the Sacred Presence in the details – whether it be in nature, architecture, or other people; all are enhanced through the art of photography.”

The show will begin with a reception on Thursday, January 2, from 6-9 p.m. at the Dennis R. Neill Equality Center, located at 621 E. 4th Street in downtown Tulsa. There will be a door prize at the reception with the winner receiving a piece of work from the artist. The show continues through January.

Oklahomans for Equality (OkEq) seeks equal rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBTQ+) individuals and families through advocacy, education, programs, alliances and the operation of the Dennis R. Neill Equality Center. www.okeq.org.

The Gayly. 1/2/2020 @ 1:16 p.m. CST.