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JRB Art Presents “This Place We Have Become”

JRB Art Presents “This Place We Have Become”

JRB Art at The Elms presents a solo exhibition of photography by Barry Snidow alongside a thematic exhibition with work by both Sara and Shane Scribner.
October at the Myriad Gardens

October at the Myriad Gardens

October is one of the loveliest months of the year in Oklahoma. Leaves are changing, temps are dropping, and people want to get and enjoy!
Lyric Premieres New Musical Bernice Bobs Her Hair

Lyric Premieres New Musical Bernice Bobs Her Hair

Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma continues its new works initiative this fall with BERNICE BOBS HER HAIR, a world premiere musical
2,000 years in Rome… 3 months in Norman

2,000 years in Rome… 3 months in Norman

All roads lead to Norman this fall when the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art opens a new exhibition of Roman busts Sept. 4 on the University of Oklahoma’s Norman campus.
September Rolls into the Gardens

September Rolls into the Gardens

With the end of summer, the Myriad Botanical Gardens gears up for a cool September. We’ve got a variety of options for all schedules, ages and more.
Contemporary artwork by Native American artists on display throughout Oklahoma

Contemporary artwork by Native American artists on display throughout Oklahoma

Three well-known Native American artists will have their contemporary art pieces, including, paintings and photography on exhibit at separate locations in south-central Oklahoma
JRB Art at The Elms

JRB Art at The Elms

Three artists featured at JRB in August.
New exhibits feature Native American artists

New exhibits feature Native American artists

New exhibits feature Native American artists By Linda Miller Contemporary art pieces by Jeannie Barbour, Mary Ruth Barnes and Cale Chadwick, all award-winning Native American artists, are on exhibit through Oct. 31 at three separate locations in Oklahoma. Barbour’s drawings and paintings are featured at the Chickasaw Visitor Center in Sulphur. Barnes’ photography and drawings
ANIMAL ART

ANIMAL ART

ANIMAL ART BY M. J. VAN DEVENTER Walter Matia first saw an animal in a painting when he was a youngster touring the Cleveland Art Museum. It was a portrait of a dead animal, but it was still captivating to Matia, who resides in Dickerson, Maryland. As he grew older, he encountered the compelling animal
“Seeking Monet”

“Seeking Monet”

Beth Hammack and Catherine Adams featured in July at JRB Art at The Elms.