England-based artist Martin Donlin’s work is named for a line from William Shakespeare’s play, “Coriolanus” where Sicinius asks, “What is a city but the people.” The concept utilizes multiple layers of pattern and imagery exhibited through the placement of polycarbonate tiles and fastened to steel cables spanning from the second to the sixth floor of the parking garage.
If you’re itching to get out of your house and explore your new city, we’d encourage you to check out the Paseo Arts District. The historic district is tucked inside the Paseo neighborhood and offers plenty to see. Read more about the district and get ready to mark some dates on your calendar.
To help those in need, Paseo Arts District is holding their first-ever First Friday From Home.
The new arts center brings even more creative opportunities to OKC’s oldest art district.
Jeremiah Matthew Davis left Oklahoma for New York City, never expecting to return. But he returned to his home state to be the artistic director at the Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center.
With so many arts organizations in the city, it can be difficult to pick where you donate your money. Allied Arts helps to alleviate that decision, providing funding to 40 local arts groups in the Greater Oklahoma City area. Read more about the emergency arts fund the organization has created.
Whether you need a muralist or a sculptor, the city of Oklahoma City can point you in the right direction. Find out more about the pre-qualified artists pool.
The city of Oklahoma City has a vast art collection. And there’s a map to help you find them all. Get out of the house and look for some lesser known pieces of the city’s public art collection.