“I had my cello, I had my suitcase, and I literally had $20,” Tomasz Zieba said. “That’s all I had.”
The free exhibit remains open through Jan. 12.
Open Streets OKC is 1-5 p.m. Sunday.
Canterbury Voices teams up with Kyle Dillingham and Horseshoe Road and the Mustang High School choir to perform a bluegrass mass.
Planned historical reenactments will include a drop-in from humorist Will Rogers and a “stick up” by gangster Pretty Boy Floyd.
OSP’s season-ending production runs through Sept. 30 at Myriad Botanical Gardens’ Water Stage.
An exhibit at OCU draws on mythic landscapes and multiple time periods.
Jeanetta Calhoun Mish brings an appreciation of Oklahoma’s land and culture to her role as 2017-18 state poet laureate.
Grogan will work with both the Oklahoma City University Symphony Orchestra and the Oklahoma Youth Orchestra.
Poet and memoirist Richard Hoffman and author and poet Michael Henson read at The Paramount OKC 7 p.m. Thursday.