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Big Ink

‘Big Ink’ at Artspace Untitled reveals depth, detail of woodblock printing

Artspace at Untitled launched an exhibition featuring an array of artists and their work with woodblock printing at the exhibition "Big Ink."

‘Cicada’ applies a doc aesthetic to its fictionalized same-sex romance

Director Matt Fifer and writer Sheldon D. Brown created and star in "Cicada", a gorgeously ragged version of their own lives as young gay men.
music and film

Oscar nominee ‘Another Round’ takes day drinking to its logical extreme

George Lang reviews "Another Round" showing this weekend at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. Also, see what's going on in OKC in music and film.
Future of Sound

Factory Obscura marks first day of spring with Future of Sound Fest

Factory Obscura celebrated the first day of Spring with the Future of Sound Fest bringing together musical artists from around OKC.
Tower Theater during dC

deadCenter Film launches online courses for students 6-8 grades

A new self-paced program for students 6th - 8th grade is being launched by deadCenter Film as it expands year-round offerings.
Museum Town

Museum Town shows how art transformed a New England industrial center

George Lang takes us closer to the documentary Museum Town and explores the many aspects of the transformation of a former factory town.
march show

March Show in The Paseo features feminist art for Women’s History Month

Another busy start to the month at the Paseo marked the launch of the March Show at the Paseo Arts and Creativity Center.
Jabee Williams

‘New Year, New Justice’ chronicles Jabee’s pilgrimage for Julius Jones

"New Year, New Justice" chronicles Oklahoma City rapper Jabee's pilgrimage to MacAlister in support of death row inmate Julius Jones.
moving vision

OKC Museum of Art ‘Moving Vision’ exhibition pushes boundaries of art

Moving Vision: Op and Kinetic Art from the Sixties and Seventies features products of the 60s and 70s optical and kinetic art movements.

Oklahoma-shot Minari depicts an immigrant family’s life acclimating

George Lang reviews a new film shot in Oklahoma about an immigrant family's experiences adjusting to life in the Midwest.