Tag Archives: Cassie Stover

Factory Obscura’s founders and artist team worked for nearly three months installing its Shift installation at Current Studio. | Photo Mark Hancock

Cover story: Factory Obscura’s Shift is a gateway into an immersive art world

Cover story: Factory Obscura’s Shift is a gateway into an immersive art world

The immersive art installation runs through Feb. 25 at Current Studio.

This year’s Plaza District Festival is expected to draw in its largest crowd yet. (Plaza District Association / provided)

Plaza District Festival and Plaza Walls Expo put a local spotlight on the ever-growing arts district

Both events run simultaneously Saturday in 16th Street Plaza District.

Jack Fowler works on his mural in Bricktown, Thursday, Dec. 1, 2016.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Downtown community members seek muralists to paint Midtown mural

This mural will decorate the side of an apartment building in Midtown.

Left to right, Sean Vali, Warren Pete, school principal, Romy Owens, and Jason Pawley discuss murals on the cafeteria walls at F.D. Moon Elementary School, 1901 N.E. 13th Street in Oklahoma City, during the mural painting project, 7-14-16.  (Mark Hancock)

Local artists add visual flair to F.D. Moon Academy’s auditorium

Participating artists included Sean Vali, Randall Barnes, Nick Bayer, Dylan Bradway, the Holey Kids, Trent Lawson, Mandy Messina, Marcus Muse, Jason Pawley, Cassie Stover and others.

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Letters to the Editor: June 22, 2016

  Peaceful revolution As a longtime Ted Cruz supporter, I’ve watched with growing frustration and fascination as our presidential race has twisted down an increasingly uncharted, shrill and visceral path. That said, I genuinely believe we’re in the middle of American families’ final attempt at a peaceful revolution against today’s political elites (both Republicans and

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