Downtown Oklahoma City Initiative’s Third Artist Invitational delivers two new public art installations to downtown
Short Order Poems takes an unconventional route by placing poetry in unlikely places.
Special Legends Night events have helped restore some of the area’s live jazz history.
This year’s Artist Invitational program has a budget of $25,000.
This mural will decorate the side of an apartment building in Midtown.
The parklet was recently moved to the north end of Mickey Mantle Avenue.
6 Degrees of Bacon becomes Bacon & Brussels, VI Marketing and Branding presents the 14th annual Carne Diem, Buy For Less closes two stores and Peter Piper Pizza returns to Oklahoma.
Art is meant to be intellectually and emotionally provocative, and the more of that we can provide to residents and visitors in our city, the better.
Jason Pawley’s moving “Cultivation” mural revives a high-traffic overpass downtown with a splash of Day-Glo paint.
BikePed plan Last week’s Livable Streets Summit highlighted the demand in Oklahoma City for more bikeable and walkable streets and open and safe public spaces. The city has made some effort in recent years to expand its cycling infrastructure and is in the beginning stages of a bike/pedestrian master plan called BikePedOKC. “This plan will…