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The various art expressions in Oklahoma City and beyond

Unfiltered views

Unfiltered Views exhibition a unique take on outsider art

A collection of three different “outsider artists" offers visitors an opportunity to view art through an untaught perspective.
La Caravana Del Diablo

La Caravana del Diablo exhibit reveals struggle, hope of Mexico’s caravans

Ada Trillo’s La Caravana del Diablo exhibit Each photograph is illuminated by the hope of its subjects and darkened by their fears.

deadCenter Film Fest brings Black Lives Matter doc to virtual screens Sat

7 p.m. Sat, deadCenter’s virtual screening of the doc "Unapologetic" will serve as FFA’s capstone event for FilmEx, a virtual conference.

“Fieldworks: Beyond Measure” exhibit intimately terrestrial in focus

"Fieldworks: Beyond Measure" is a new exhibit at the recently-opened Oklahoma Contemporary in Oklahoma City.
public art

Latest public art install at Capitol Hill Library points to human possibilities

"Never Stop Dreaming … The Sky is the Limit" by Beatriz Mayorca is the latest installation of art at one of Oklahoma City's Public Buildings.

Tower Theatre offering music industry video series for OKC musicians

Tower Theater partners with Chad Whitehead in the lead are providing a video series targeted to musicians and bands in the OKC metro.
Oklahoma Contemporary

Oklahoma Contemporary arrives with opening in Automobile Alley

Oklahoma Contemporary is now open after a long journey of moving to a new spot in Automobile Alley in Oklahoma City.

Torch passed from McDaniel to Picard Davis at 20th deadCenter Film Fest

The 20th annual deadCenter Film Festival finished its first successful run at moving its content completely online and passed the torch of leadership.

deadCenter roundup, day 5: GetAWAY, 1717 Primrose and Bastards’ Road

Today’s roundup focuses on director Blayne Weaver’s revisionist slasher film GetAWAY, Jacob Snovel and Brooks Hall’s 1717 Primrose and Bastards’ Road.
deadCenter Film Festival

deadCenter Roundups: Robot Riot, Laura Hasn’t Slept, Parkland Rising

Today’s roundup: sci-fi action film Robot Riot, short shocker Laura Hasn’t Slept and documentary about Marjory Stoneman Douglas HS, Parkland Rising.