Artist Eric Tippeconnic returns to Oklahoma in November to complete the mural on Exhibit C’s east wall.
The show is the latest from production team James Nghiem and Mike Allen.
Taylor’s works often draw parallels between Native and Christian imagery.
Oklahoma Contemporary will host an opening night reception Oct. 5 and a hip-hop jam Nov. 4.
Jon-Michael Frank’s droll comics are on display at DNA Galleries.
P.21 Oklahoma Contemporary’s new group art show, Not For Sale: Graffiti Culture in Oklahoma, features 10 homegrown graffiti artists in a collection of new and temporary works exemplifying one of the “four elements of hip-hop.” The show is a must-see; once Not For Sale is over, these works will be covered by a fresh layer…
A local collector traces hippie history in a quilt exhibit at OCCC.
An exhibit at OCU draws on mythic landscapes and multiple time periods.
A Sept. 8 event gives emerging artists a chance to shine in a nontraditional setting.
Fine art finds a home in a local tattoo studio.