For Visual Impact


Commit an Act of Premeditated Creativity by Blending Art and Speaking - NSA Speaker

4th of July - Star Spangled Salute

Riverfest - "Art In The Park"

[JAN 2003] Bend Winterfest - Feature Attraction

"Tree Lighting Kicks Off Holiday Season"

"On the Drawing Board (Chalk It Up!)"

"Music As Art - City Displays Murals created by Tulsa Painter"

"Speaker, Artist Visits Wanette"

"Artist to Present Unique Wayland Chapel Program"

"History In The Making"

Tulsa International Mayfest

"Music is Backdrop for Artist Work"


[FEB 2008] Claremore Convention and Visitors Bureau

[JAN 2008] Aurora Community Chamber of Commerce

[AUG 2007] Lamar State College - Orange

    From: Wendy Elliott [mailto:Wendy.Elliott@lsco.edu]
    Sent: Thursday, August 16, 2007 10:51 AM
    To: Gina Kirkland
    Subject: RE: Feedback 8.14.07 Richard Hight

    The show was wonderful! Everyone was very pleased - he added a lot to our orientation. He was a joy to work with.

    Thanks for everything,

    Wendy Elliott
    Coordinator of Student Activities
    Lamar State College-Orange

[JUN 2007] Department of the Air Force

[MAY 2007] Greater Muskogee Area Chamber of Commerce

[FEB 2007] Johnson and Wales University

    From: Jeannette Williams
    Sent: Friday, February 16, 2007 10:07 AM
    To: Gina Kirkland
    Subject: RE: Visual Impact


    The kids loved it and Richard was wonderful to work with. Unfortunately, I had class that evening so I did not get to see everything. Michelle Delaney, Director of Student Activities, was there to help out and she told me that the kids were arguing over who would get to take them home. Thank you so much for suggestion this event.

    Friends are those who believe in our dreams just as much as we do.
    - Strawberry Shortcake

    Jeannette Williams
    Program Advisor
    Office of Student Activities

[FEB 2007] Roger Williams University

[JAN 2007] Oklahoma State University

[MAY 2006] Special Olympics of Oklahoma

[APR 2006] Knox Area Rescue Ministries

[JAN 2006] Midwestern State University

[APR 2005] Letter: Our Lady of the Lake

    Dear Gina,

    Recently I hosted an event at Our Lady of the Lake University featuring one of your artists, Richard Hight. Although Express Fest was a few weeks ago, I would like to extend my thanks to you and to Richard for the marvelous presentations that were given. Richard truly captivated out audience and the event would not have been the same without him. Now, our University has three drawings that will adorn the hallways of our student union, the University Wellness and Activities Center (UWAC). Our school also has a beautiful sculpture of Jesus that will be placed within the University, the location to be determined. Not only did Richard provide a thrilling performance, but he was eager and willing to work through any and all problems and was an all around great guy.

    During his visit to OLLU, Richard created a cool, hip Armadillo that has become the talk of the University. This Armadillo captures our new motto of "Maximum Aptitude Cultural Attitude". Although our school has updated our logo and the overall view of our university, we do not have as much "hype" on campus about the school's mascot as we should. We would love to use the Armadillo that Richard created to market our University. We would not under any circumstances think of doing this without Richard's permission, but we would greatly appreciate his cooperation.

    Thank you again!


    Victor M. Salazar, Jr.
    UPC Multicultural Chair 05-06


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