St. John, 108 Contemporary Partner for Special Women's Red Dress Exhibit
Event to feature 365 red dresses representing women's heart health
Tulsa, Okla. (July 1, 2015) -- St. John Health System and 108 Contemporary have collaborated to enrich community knowledge about women's cardiovascular disease through Matters of Dis-Ease, a special 108 Contemporary red dress exhibit. The exhibit, held August 7 - September 20, will feature red dresses designed by internationally acclaimed artist Susan Tabor Avila. Visitors to 108 Contemporary will experience Avila's engaging interpretation of 365 unique red dresses which symbolize women's heart health.
As a part of the exhibit, St. John Health System will also host special free cardiac screening events at 108 Contemporary on August 7 and September 4 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. The events will be held in conjunction with the Brady Arts District's monthly First Friday Art Crawl. Screenings include blood pressure, glucose and cardiovascular profiles. St. John Heart Institute Cardiologists Dr. Heather Cha and Dr. Ravi Kode and will also be available during the screenings to answer questions about cardiac health, prevention and heart disease treatment.
108 Contemporary is located at 108 E. Brady in Tulsa's Brady Arts District. Screenings and admission are free to the public.
For more information, please call the St. John PulseLine, 918-744-0123.