Factory Obscura celebrated the first day of Spring with the Future of Sound Fest bringing together musical artists from around OKC.
George Lang takes us closer to the documentary Museum Town and explores the many aspects of the transformation of a former factory town.
Another busy start to the month at the Paseo marked the launch of the March Show at the Paseo Arts and Creativity Center.
Moving Vision: Op and Kinetic Art from the Sixties and Seventies features products of the 60s and 70s optical and kinetic art movements.
George Lang reviews a new film shot in Oklahoma about an immigrant family's experiences adjusting to life in the Midwest.
Oklahoma Contemporary is providing residents in Oklahoma City an unprecedented opportunity to consider its identity in the art of Ed Ruscha.
Eli Tostado and Tanner Nicholls of BedTime were full of new ideas in 2020 but without a place to deploy them thanks to COVID-19 shutdowns.
A principle long held sacred by the tribes of Oklahoma: that custody of their land remains unsevered from the First Nations.
Original Flow is an Oklahoma City original who continues to break musical barriers as he challenges the status quo.
The Paseo’s First Friday of February launched an exhibition in the Paseo Arts and Creativity Center by Poetic City called Melanin Stories.