Nghiem said he has already heard from about 15 artists interested in participating in the show that’s still a month away. He expects to have around 40 pieces in the exhibit.
“This was a place of reformation,” she explained. “Prisoners were taught trades and gardening so they could make a better life for themselves when they got out.”
The museum will also be debuting Sacred Words: The Saint John’s Bible and the Art of Illumination in October.
The 28-foot installation sits on the future site of Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center’s new Automobile Alley home.
The Poems Out of Hiding event sheds light on the writing process of some of the state’s best poets.
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