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The silent short film classic Un Chien Andalou helps kick off [Artspace] at Untitled’s 40 Minutes or Less series. | Photo provided

[Artspace] at Untitled and OKC Film Society debut their free short film series with a night of surrealism

[Artspace] at Untitled and OKC Film Society debut their free short film series with a night of surrealism

The inaugural event begins 6 p.m. Thursday at the downtown art gallery. Untitled will hold its 40 Minutes or Less screening once every other month.

OVAC’s 1988 VisionMakers art show | Photo Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition / provided

OVAC celebrates 30 years of cultivating art in the state

Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition celebrates 30 years of cultivating art in the state.

Anita Arnold poses for a photo at Black Liberated Arts Center, Friday, May 13, 2016.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Charlie Christian International Music Festival returns with an emphasis on the soloist’s breadth of influence

Famous Oklahoman Charlie Christian is considered a great pioneering soloist on the electric guitar.

Deep Deuce, Monday, March 20, 2017.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Deep Deuce continues building an identity while keeping an eye on its historic past

Special Legends Night events have helped restore some of the area’s live jazz history.

Christie Hackler’s “When Lightning Strikes” with outer view of the HIVE in the background

[Artspace] at Untitled celebrates new retail shop with exhibit


Bees of the [HIVE] includes artworks by Oklahoma City and Tulsa artists whose work can be purchased at the [HIVE].

Kirkpatrick Foundation awards $1.25 million in grants

The organization issued small and large grants to nonprofit groups, including Lyric Theater, Community Youth Outreach, [Artspace] at Untitled and the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. Large grants are for more than $10,000, while small grants are for less than that amount, said Meaghan Hunt Wilson, program associate for the Kirkpatrick Foundation. “That’s about on

Phil in

John-Paul Philippé (pictured) departed Henryetta decades ago for the art hubs of New York, London and Japan, but Eastern Oklahoma’s hilly landscapes left an enduring impression that has re-emerged in an exhibition opening Friday at [Artspace] at Untitled, with a 1 p.m. Saturday artist talk and walk-through. “Being back here brings up all these associations

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