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“Light Soil” by Oscar Brousse Jacobson | Image Oklahoma City Museum of Art / provided

An OKCMOA exhibit explores the history of art in Oklahoma

An OKCMOA exhibit explores the history of art in Oklahoma

The exhibition opened in November and runs through September 2018.

Shocker Boys play’s Brewsky’s Bar & Grill’s New Year’s Eve party. | Photo Shocker Boys / provided

The Oklahoma City metro is chock-full of New Year’s Eve festivities

The Oklahoma City metro is chock-full of New Year’s Eve festivities.

Depending on the weather, Arts Council Oklahoma City said crowds for Opening Night 2018 could swell as large as 50,000. | Photo Arts Council Oklahoma City / provided

Opening Night returns for its 32nd year as an OKC New Year’s Eve institution

While the midnight fireworks display is free to all, the night’s many entertainment options are open only to those who have purchased an Opening Night wristband.

Roja Najafi | Photo Oklahoma City Museum of Art / provided

New OKCMOA curatorial hire Roja Najafi makes active learning part of her mission

Najafi is currently working to prepare an exhibition highlighting the museum’s collection of Washington Gallery of Modern Art contemporary works.

A Pierce Elementary School student stretches as part of a class taught by Oklahoma City Ballet.(Photo provided)

Arts Council Oklahoma City and other community organizations work to revive art education in schools

“We were in crisis mode,” said Rhonda Taylor, OKCPS director of visual and performing arts.

Vincent van Gogh is played by Robert Gulaczyk in Loving Vincent. | Image Loving Vincent / provided

Loving Vincent brings the work of Vincent van Gogh to life at Oklahoma City Museum of Art

It took the movie’s expansive team of artists as many as 10 days to paint the frames for just one second of film.

The collection of works in the Master Strokes exhibition is being seen for the for the first time outside of the U.K. | Image Victoria and Albert Museum, London / provided

Oklahoma City Museum of Art celebrates the holiday season with the international debut of Master Strokes

The exhibit includes a collection of drawings, sketching and prints on loan from the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

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A conversation invites the community to explore the powerful message behind Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic.

A conversation invites the community to explore the powerful message behind Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic.

#2 - Vera Sung, Jill Sung, Thomas Sung from ABACUS, a PBS Distribution release. Photo courtesy of Sean Lyness

Oklahoma City Museum of Art screens the latest Steve James documentary Abacus: Small Enough to Jail

Abacus Federal Savings Bank, located in Manhattan’s Chinatown, is the only bank to face criminal prosecution in the aftermath of the 2007-08 financial crisis.

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