Paseo Arts District’s In Your Eye Studio & Gallery hosts Celebrations, works by glass artist Nicki Albright and acrylic painters Sue Hale, Dana Powell and Mary Howard, noon-5 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. “We’re equal-opportunity artists,” Hale, a founding member of the gallery, said about the exhibit’s theme. “[The holiday season] is a great time…
Local artist conveys energy through work inspired by the action movement of the ’50s.
ause of fine artists of the past — as well as thoughtful curating by museums and galleries today — neo Native American artists can create work often sought by collectors while helping define and build their own communities.
Moviegoers raised on the shrillness of American cartoons might not know what to think at first about the comparative calm of Japan’s Studio Ghibli. It was founded in the mid-1980s by Hayao Miyazaki and Isao Takahata, and its anime offerings are a blissful antidote to the mania of Westernized family flicks. That contrast is particularly…
Sweeping changes promise new look for a classic.
Cracker gets a go and free eggnog is included!
Faith is kind of like family, it’s fine to make fun of it as long as it’s yours. Well, usually.
Dozens of framed and unframed works on paper from 11 artists will be on display and for purchase during the month of December at a Paseo Arts District gallery.
“I have done over 300 episodes of TV and never had fans,” he said. “Now, because of podcasts, I have fans all over the globe, some of which that have become friends.”
OKC Improv rings in the holidays with laughter at its annual Festivus celebration, now in its third year. The two nights of performances will showcase a variety of local improv comedy groups. Friday night will feature the high-energy physical comedy of Smack Smack Sniff, political satire from Red State Blue State, 400 years of accumulated…