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This new exhibit at Bricktown’s American Banjo Museum explores the life and talent of Roy Clark, an international superstar in the realm of the banjo. See it now through March 2018!
“Cartoons & Comics: The Early Art of Tom Ryan” provides a snapshot, dating from 1936 to 1945, of acclaimed Western artist Tom Ryan’s high school and Coast Guard years. Regardless of subject, his creativity, talent and humor are on full display. They entertained his friends more than 70 years ago, now a new audience will be in on the joke.
August marked the 50th anniversary of the passing of Jerome Tiger, one of Oklahoma’s most celebrated Native American artists. To honor this anniversary, the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum has produced an exhibition of his selected works from its permanent collection, celebrating the life and legacy of this remarkable painter.
In Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History’s “Explore Evolution” exhibit, explore the evolution of life and learn all about Earth's organisms, from rapidly evolving viruses to whales that walked!
Local artist Ginna Dowling’s hieroglyphs are contemporary versions of ancient symbols. Using the simplest of methods—tearing construction paper by hand—she constructs visual symbols for important aspects of her own life, as well as the lives of people around her. See her work on display at Oklahoma Contemporary’s Automobile Alley Showroom through December 23!
The Question of Beauty presents modern and contemporary art from Oklahoma City Museum of Art’s permanent collection that employs beauty as a mode of expression, together with work that either rejects or ignores beauty. See these incredible pieces before they return to the archives!
Don’t miss the chance to see this fantastic new exhibition from London’s famed Victoria and Albert Museum! Included are more than 90 works created between the 16th and 20th centuries by such masters as Peter Paul Rubens, Sir Anthony van Dyck and Rembrandt van Rijn. This is the first time this remarkable and little-known collection has been exhibited internationally.
SHIFT is a fully immersive, experiential art installation that challenges the participant to physically explore the full-sensory environment. Factory Obscura, a collective of artists and community builders, formed earlier this year to produce large-scale installations that require new forms of audience engagement. This is the first such installation.
A new exhibit at The Vault Art Space & Gathering Place, “The Prairie in Color,” presents the vibrant expressionist paintings of Oklahoma artist Lauren Florence. View and purchase her artwork now through December 30!
Enjoy another great winter of outdoor ice skating at the Devon Ice Rink, located at Myriad Botanical Gardens! Open seven days a week, the rink hosts daily public skating, private parties and special events through January 28.
Red Earth Treefest features 20 Native American tribes from throughout Oklahoma and their handmade ornaments and art. Each Christmas tree will be decorated by a different tribe to highlight its distinctive culture. See the trees on display through January 5!
Opening to the public on the evening of Thursday, November 16, the 110th anniversary of Oklahoma statehood, The Art of Oklahoma celebrates the Museum’s outstanding and diverse collection of art created by or about Oklahomans—and the cities and landscapes they call home.
Need unique gift ideas? Shop local at Oklahoma Contemporary’s Annual Ceramics Sale, held every November and December. The one-of-a-kind handmade pieces are restocked regularly, so there’s something new to find each day!
Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark is being transformed into a Winter Wonderland! Visit the only man-made snow slopes in the region at LifeShare WinterFest. Snow tubing sessions will be hosted November 24-January 1.
Plan a trip to OKC’s Midtown district to peruse 40+ Oklahoma-owned shops and an urban Christmas tree lot for the weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Shops rotate weekly, so be sure to come back to see what’s new!
Visit Sulphur’s Artesian Hotel during the annual Classic Christmas celebration to see the hotel lavishly adorned with holiday decorations, seasonal charm and an incredible 20-foot Christmas tree. Join the weekend festivities this holiday season! Hot cocoa and apple cider will be served daily, as will milk and cookies from Santa.
Go on a magical journey with Ebenezer Scrooge and the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future! The spectacular Oklahoma holiday tradition returns with Lyric Theatre’s production of A Christmas Carol.
The “24 Works on Paper” traveling exhibition features 24 artworks created on paper, including media such as printmaking, drawing, painting and photography. The exhibition will travel the state for over a year, bringing original, contemporary Oklahoman artwork to viewers in communities large and small.
"Native Voices: Native Peoples' Concepts of Health and Illness" is a new exhibit at the Sam Noble Museum of Natural History that explores the interconnectedness of wellness, illness and cultural life for Native Americans, Alaska Natives and Native Hawaiians. Stories drawn from both the past and present examine how health for Native people is tied to community, the land and spirit.
Join the historic Sooner Theatre for “A Christmas Story: The Musical,” based on the classic 1983 film! Tickets are $15 for kids under 12 and start at just $28 for adults.
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