ause of fine artists of the past — as well as thoughtful curating by museums and galleries today — neo Native American artists can create work often sought by collectors while helping define and build their own communities.
The only heir to a painting looted by the Nazis wants the artwork back, but OU won’t return it.
Inside sits a table with a black tablecloth underneath colorful, handmade journals. Hanging from the edge of the table is a poster board sign reading “Free Poems.”
For a child’s education to be complete, it must include the arts. Arts education — music, dance, visual arts and drama — prepare students for school, work and life.
Check out this week’s print issue of Oklahoma Gazette to learn why five of Oklahoma City’s favorite people are thankful this holiday season. Plus! Reader response!
For the seventh year, LaVeryl Lower will host Refreshing the Palate, a wine tasting and auction that benefits local artists and Oklahoma Visual Artists Coalition (OVAC) at The Metro Wine Bar & Bistro, 6418 N. Western Ave.
This year, rather than only emphasize the many dining options on Western, Young had the inspiration to turn the district into an art gallery.
Five new murals are being worked on this month along Western Ave.
Street performers provide more entertainment along city streets.
Those two mediums are rarely mixed, and the way each artist’s work complements the other is quite unique, as is the concept.