Visual Arts articles

Images of women focus of ‘Heartbreakers’ exhibit

lso, my female relationships are much more complicated than my male relationships, which I think makes these more interesting.” Located at 220 E. Main in Norman, the gallery is open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information, call 360-1162 or visit.“”Lauren Hopkins  

Free concerts part of summer arts program’s weekend celebration

The Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute celebrates its 30th year this weekend, inviting former instructors and visitors to join in the festivities. Visitors’ Weekend kicks off Friday night and events continue through Sunday. OSAI students, some of the most artistically talented high schoolers in the state, will perform free orchestra and chorus concerts. Visitors are invited

OKC Arts Spectacular raising funds for art education

A score of artists, musicians, students and community members will ply their skills for the sake of improving arts education for Oklahoma City Public Schools students Sunday at Stage Center. The eighth annual OKC Arts Spectacular features songwriter Jimmy Webb, Ballet Oklahoma, Lyric Academy and other acts. It’s an “entertaining” evening, said Ann McNellis, communications coordinator

21st annual Red Earth Festival celebrates tribal culture

From Friday through Sunday, the 2007 Red Earth Festival will celebrate American Indian culture with a parade, art and representatives from more than 100 tribes from across the continent. “It’s the world’s largest Native American cultural event,” Eric Oesch, deputy director of Red Earth Inc., said. The festival will kick off at 10:30 a.m. Friday

Two painters showcased at JRB Art

Paintings featuring fanciful subjects in three dimensions will be juxtaposed with works of symbolism through shape and color by artists Louise Jones and James Smith at JRB Art at The Elms. The exhibit kicks off with an artists’ reception from 6-10 p.m. Friday. Both the artists’ work will be on display until June 30. “It

Students document Katrina damage in photos

Proof that something good came out of the Hurricane Katrina tragedy of 2005 currently resides on the walls at the International Photography Hall of Fame & Museum. On display through May 31, “Eyes of the Storm: A Community Survives After Katrina” is comprised of 50 black-and-white images taken by students of Alba Middle School in

Paseo gears up for arts festival

Local artists are taking to the streets Saturday through Monday for the 31st Annual Paseo Arts Festival. Held by the Paseo Artists Association, the festival will feature 75 artists from Oklahoma. The festival allows artists to sell their artwork, as well as allows the association to raise money for area events. “When you have an

Art museum displays two new collections

anding collections, and it’s really a rare opportunity to see both works exhibited on the scale that we’re showing them,” said Alison Amick, associate curator. “To celebrate the centennial, we’re pulling out our best and trying to make the public aware of these great treasures we have.” Both exhibitions “” “Breaking the Mold: Selections from

Carnality Ball celebrates creative, sex drives

show, which will include such dance troupes as:” Perpetual Motion/Modern Dance Oklahoma, ” Hartel Dance Group and ” her own Pseudodance Theatre. “We’ve also got The Nightlight Readers, which is based off the old-timey radio shows which would read scripts and do the sound effects,” she said. “But it will be more suggestive, so that

Oklahoma weather subject of photo exhibit

A photography exhibit titled “Oklahoma Weather: A Photography Exhibit by Mark Nault and David Ewoldt” will be on display at the Edmond Historical Society and Museum through June 30. According to Iris Muno Jordan, interim director, Nault and Ewoldt’s photographs are perfect for Oklahoma. “I believe Will Rogers quipped, ‘If you stay in Oklahoma very

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