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OKG Newsletter


Topic: arts

Cage it


OKG7 things to do

Gazette staff

Here’s why mixed martial arts are so much cooler than other forms of professional fighting: While other matches are fought inside a measly ring, these guys throw it down inside a cage. See a series of special MMA cage fights, with a main event pitting Bill Smallwood against Hobart native “Ko-Kid” Stafford, 8 p.m. Friday at Farmers Public Market, 311 S. Klein Ave. Tickets are $25-$50. Visit ticketstorm.com.

Friday

 
Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Elegant education

District 21 restaurant is home to culinary arts and a top-shelf teaching school.


Food and Drink Features

Angela Botzer
Everything is truly mise en place (all ingredients prepared and “put in place” before cooking) at The Francis Tuttle School of Culinary Arts, 12777 N. Rockwell Ave.
 
Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Haunting words

Ghost-Writer is a play about love and the supernatural based on real events.


Performing Arts

Eric Webb
Carpenter Square Theatre continues its 30th Anniversary Season with Michael Hollinger’s Ghost-Writer, winner of the 2011 Barrymore Award.
 
Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Shining through

This year’s ArtNow event features the electric cloudscapes of local artist David Holland.


Visual Arts

Molly Evans

ArtNow: “Shine”
Through Feb. 7
Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center 
3000 General Pershing 
oklahomacontemporary.org
951-0000
Free

 
Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Dance, class

Oklahoma City Ballet includes one of six national certified instructional schools in the country.


Performing Arts

Greg Horton
The Dance Center of Oklahoma City Ballet will soon be one of six nationally certified dance schools in the country.
 
Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Art funding cuts proposed

One of hundreds of bills readied for state Legislature, HB 2850 lays out plans to defund the Oklahoma Arts Council by 2018.


News

Devon Green
Experts warn that funding for the arts in Oklahoma may soon hit a crisis point if proposed cuts are approved.
 
Wednesday, January 29, 2014
 
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