Two documentary films that screened at the 2012 deadCENTER Film Festival have been nominated for Emmy Awards.
Kiev said two of its fighter jets were shot down over the rebel-held territory in eastern Ukraine on Wednesday, and the missiles that brought them down might have been fired from Russia… MORE
At OKCMOA June 20 through September 27, 2015.
THE NATIONAL PARKS – Treasure Troves of Artistic Inspiration
BY M. J. VAN DEVENTER
Artists have long found the country’s national parks enticing havens for artistic inspiration. Their paintings and sculptures have provided a gallery of emotional and compelling viewpoints on nature and wilderness as they portray these locales in oils, watercolor, pastels and acrylics,
THE WARLOCK OF ART WORK
Maurice Ferris restores priceless works of art
By Tim Farley
Maurice Ferris has been called a magician, but he doesn’t work with top hats, rabbits or beautiful assistants who act as if they’ve been sawed in half. He offers no sleight of hand or secret card tricks with his work.
ARMSTRONG AUDITORIUM IN EDMOND TAKES HOME REDBUD AWARD
$25 million concert hall awarded “Outstanding New Attraction”
The Armstrong Auditorium was awarded the Outstanding New Attraction award during the 2014 Redbud Awards gala hosted by the Oklahoma Travel Industry Association May 13 at the Oklahoma History Center.
The Redbud Awards recognize Oklahoma tourism attractions, destination marketing
JRB Art at The Elms announces their 10th Annual Prix de West brunch, June 15.
Local artist uses an artistic ability that allows him to restore high-end paintings, china, fine statues, crystal and much more.
Oklahoma City Ballet’s production of Beauty and the Beast begins this week.
OKLAHOMA CITY COMMUNITY COLLEGE FOUNDATION AND ART FOR INTERIORS
Host Art Auction Open to the public in the newly completed OCCC Visual and Performing Arts Theatre Center
By Don Swift
On March 9, 2014 more than 70 artists from Oklahoma and around the world consigned a total of 350 art pieces to ART FOR INTERIORS