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Check out the growing art community in Sulphur, Oklahoma, home to the ARTesian Gallery & Studios. Opened in November 2013, the gallery showcases original Chickasaw artwork, plus studio spaces where you can watch artists as they weave, throw pots, paint and more.
For a first-hand look at authentic, Native American art, visit the Chokma’si Gallery in Ada. Located within the Chickasaw Nation’s Division of Arts and Humanities building, the gallery features handcrafted pieces and also features a retail section with jewelry, pottery, prints and more.
Located in Oklahoma City's Bricktown entertainment district, Exhibit C is one of the latest additions to the downtown area's artistic and retail offerings, housing an art gallery with handcrafted work by Chickasaw artists, both on display and for sale.
A concept completely unique to Oklahoma, Factory Obscura fuses the talents of local artists to create immersive art experiences for visitors of all ages. Journey through interactive environments filled with mystery and fantasy. Curious adventurers, this is for you.
The Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, located on the University of Oklahoma campus, is known as one of the finest university art museums in the country. Established in 1936, the museum now boasts a nearly 17,000-object permanent collection featuring such visionaries as Claude Monet, Vincent van Gogh, Georgia O'Keeffe and Edward Hopper, as well as a large collection of Native American and American Southwest art.
In 1970, Ethel Goddard established the Charles B. Goddard Center for the Visual and Performing Arts in Ardmore, Oklahoma, in honor of her late husband. Today, the center serves to provide cultural experiences and arts education for aspiring artists and performers of all ages.
Situated on the campus of East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma, the Hallie Brown Ford Fine Arts Center features student productions, local bands and more and is the home of several ECU degree programs such as art, mass communication, communication and performance studies and music.
Individual Artists of Oklahoma has been a hub for intellectual, aesthetically provocative and experimental subject matter and techniques since its formation in 1979. Today, the IAO Gallery hosts monthly exhibits, educational workshops and maintains important community partnerships. Visit the gallery to appreciate the work, or take part in making art of your own.
Witness the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum’s collection of more than 28,000 Western and American Indian art and artifacts that preserve the history and cultures of the American West. Be sure to check out the variety of works by renowned American artist Frederic Remington, as well as the massive “End of the Trail” sculpture that greets visitors upon arrival.
The Oklahoma City Ballet's roots lie in 1963, when Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo dancers Yvonne Chouteau and Miguel Terekhov founded the Oklahoma City Civic Ballet company. Today, the Oklahoma City Ballet's repertory includes both the classics and numerous works by 20th century masters. If you're in town during December, check out the Ballet's impressive annual production of a classic, "The Nutcracker."
The Oklahoma City Museum of Art is home to one of the world's largest, most comprehensive collections of Chihuly glass, with a 55-foot, multi-colored Chihuly tower greeting visitors as they enter the museum's atrium.
When driving down Broadway near Automobile Alley, you’re sure to spot a curious, grey and white rectangular structure standing tall in the distance. That’s the showroom for Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center, a nonprofit organization that has led the way in offering progressive and innovative art exhibits to the people of Oklahoma City for over 20 years.
Red Earth is home to an impressive permanent collection of over 1,400 objects of Native American fine art, pottery, basketry, textiles and beadwork. Each June, Oklahoma City welcomes the Red Earth Festival, featuring hundreds of award-winning Native artists and dancers who celebrate the richness and diversity of their heritage with the world.
The Vault Art Space and Gathering Place, located in downtown Pauls Valley, embraces its historic roots while making new memories with the people of Pauls Valley. Here, you can view work by Oklahoma artists, attend exclusive events and mingle with other art lovers in the area. The Vault is definitely an up-and-coming hotspot on Adventure Road.
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