Mitsuno Reedy’s Dances with Brushes show runs through June 30.
“We were always the subject matter,” Whitman said, “but never behind the camera. That’s where the artist has control; a more self-determined image can be created when you are behind the lens.”
A young man visits his activist grandmother in the West Village during a cross-country bike trip in 4000 Miles at Carpenter Square Theatre.
The artists working on the Sheridan Avenue underpass downtown hope to have their mural projects finished by the beginning of June.
Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art’s compilation of contemporary Native American art was donated by Arizona attorney and art collector James T. Bialac.
All four of Lyric Theatre’s summer musical productions take the stage at Civic Center Music Hall.
“We have a lot of different options now,” she said. “We’ve always held down the classical fort. We still feel really solid about our mission.”
The raucous gangster comedy The New Yorker called “a fun machine from start to finish” debuted in 2014 in New York City.
Top Girls addresses what it means to be a successful woman and contrasts the differences in American and British feminists.
As Okie Mod Squad readies Oklahoma Modernism Weekend, its inaugural celebration of the city’s plentiful midcentury architecture, the group’s cofounder Lynne Rostochil celebrates the history and 60th anniversary of First Christian Church. Her grandfather R. Duane Conner was its architect. Oklahoma Modernism Weekend runs May 20-22 at First Christian Church, 301 NW 36th St. By…