Held May 9-11 at Oklahoma Contemporary’s Fairgrounds location, SEEN/UNSEEN will immerse audiences in a curated selection of nearly 40 experimental films, ranging from the early works of groundbreaking filmmakers Sara Kathryn Arledge, Maya Deren and Stan Brakhage to current works by established and emerging artists.
The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum will again host the nation’s premier Western art show this summer with the 47th Prix de West Invitational Art Exhibition & Sale, June 7 – 8, 2019.
The Gaylord-Pickens Museum exhibition and accompanying book puts the spotlight on Oklahoma artists and artisans, their processes and creative spaces.
The accessibility of the Festival of the Arts has enabled this annual celebration of food, music, and art to become a treasured tradition for many Oklahomans.
The local artist brings home her internationally acclaimed art with an exhibition showing at Oklahoma Contemporary through May 19.
You don’t have to be an Oklahoma City native to understand that the annual Festival of the Arts is the unofficial kickoff of spring in the metro. This year’s festival will be held April 23-28 at Bicentennial Park.
The Festival of the Arts in Oklahoma City is one of the largest, most successful and best organized festivals in the country and the story of how the Festival of the Arts came to be is a true masterpiece.