One thing that always surprises newcomers, visitors and sometimes even long-time locals about Oklahoma City is the depth, passion and diversity of the metro’s visual arts community.
Oklahoma City’s biggest museums have now opened or are in the final stages of welcoming back visitors as the COVID-19 restrictions ease on public gatherings.
The Paseo Arts Association announced photographer Sam Charboneau as its first artist in residence for the new Paseo Arts and Creativity Center.
Downtown Oklahoma City Partnership and the Automobile Alley Association curated art pieces for the district’s alley doors. The images will be installed by July.
The venerable festival will still occur, only later in the year. Get a rundown of changes and some of the things the Association has done to help in the wake of the pandemic.
The travel magazine Hemispheres is asking readers to nominate their favorite places. Nominations are due June 10.
You finally have the chance to meet the Internet sensation, Tim the Security Guard at #HashtagTheCowboy. And there’s a new place for your little cowpokes to run around. Check out what else there is to do at the reopened museum.