One family’s master plan for revitalization began with an automotive factory and is fueled by the legacy of Fred Jones.
“We all pulled different elements of places, restaurants, bars and music venues that we’d seen around this country and international,” Colton told Oklahoma Gazette. “Never was there something with all-in-one. It was a challenge and an opportunity, with a big bet made on Oklahoma City.”
Griffin first met Jones Assembly managing partner Colton at a show they played together in Washington, D.C.
The annual art show makes its 21c Museum Hotel debut.
The multimedia exhibit includes work by more than 40 artists from more than a dozen countries.
The three-day event features courses in Midtown, Film Row and Automobile Alley.
Short Order Poems takes an unconventional route by placing poetry in unlikely places.
Diners can enjoy a glass of wine, tuck into a plate of ossobuco and watch the talented dancers move to the music.
This year’s Artist Invitational program has a budget of $25,000.
“You won’t know what you truly love until you’ve had a few jobs you don’t love,” she said.