Tag Archives: visual arts

Old wood, new tricks

“I wanted to make a difference,” Bagley said. “When I make art, I try to find impoverished materials that people would think are useless.” You might not have seen the sculpture that sits in Midtown at the intersection of NW 10th Street and Hudson Avenue. (Maybe you’re too busy avoiding other drivers at the roundabout.)

SEE IT: Wayne Coyne interviews Oliver Hibert for OKG

Bad Trip launches 7 p.m. Nov. 15 at Coyne’s Oklahoma City artspace, The Womb Gallery,  25 NW Ninth St. Admission is free. Tripping out During the summer of 2011, the landscape of downtown OKC changed forever when a humble building on Ninth Street transformed into a brilliantly colored and vaguely offensive landmark. For the common

Becoming Contemporary

The nonprofit, which works to provide Oklahoma City with quality, accessible and affordable arts programming and education, broke ground on its new home in Automobile Alley this morning, and unveiled its new name: Oklahoma Contemporary. City Arts Center announced in March 2012 that it would move from its home of 23 years at the Oklahoma

Pic up

A rare opportunity to view works by the legendary Pablo Picasso begins Friday at the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art in Norman. The small exhibit centers on the Spanish artist’s painting Woman in the Studio, a 1956 work on loan for a year from the Saint Louis Art Museum. The exhibit includes eight other

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