“We were always the subject matter,” Whitman said, “but never behind the camera. That’s where the artist has control; a more self-determined image can be created when you are behind the lens.”
“What it boils down to is giving them the facts, the information,” said Harms, Katia Harms’ mother, “and not making them feel bad or weird.”
“We’re still a relatively young museum, and we have a pretty eclectic collection. The exhibition reflects that,” Anderson said.
Museum hotel management hinted it will unveil more surprises and artistic projects leading up to its anticipated opening in June.
MetroTech gathers funds to renovate 50-year-old campus and better serve its students.
“Small Talk” is as much an engineering feat as it is an art installation.
Connecticut-based Wayback Burgers arrives this summer in Edmond with local franchisees Jonathon and Maria Unruh at the helm.
“It encompasses the entire community,” McNeal said.
Kevin Durant’s contract with the Oklahoma City Thunder is up in July, and naturally, everybody wants KD’s skills on their team.
Teach For America helps underserved schools in Oklahoma with specially trained teachers.