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Norman Music Festival to fill downtown with sound
In its seventh year, Norman Music Festival is once again packing downtown Norman with the sounds of local, national and international music for three days of entertainment....
Expect the unexpected with OU’s Contemporary Dance Oklahoma
A guarantee with every ballet and musical production is the story that is sure to be told, with its beginning, middle and end. A guarantee with every contemporary show is just the opposite in expecting the unexpected, just as the ...
Pioneer Library System’s Big Read is big fun
Tough, self-reliant Mattie Ross, independent rookie Laboeuf and surly Rooster Cogburn are jumping off the pages of Charles Portis’ “True Grit” during the Pioneer Library System’s Big Read with entertainment and education in Cleveland, ...
Museum photo exhibit explores native identity, politics
A new photography exhibit at the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art is working to break down cultural stereotypes and start a dialogue on what it means to be “native.” “Our People, Our Land, Our Images” is a touring exhibit featuring 51 ...
Open studio offers healing for artists
He thinks it sounds a little crazy, but Mark Dvorak still holds this truth: Art changed his life....
Past blurs with present during annual Medieval Fair
The middle ages will spring to life during Norman’s upcoming Medieval Fair April 4-6 at Reaves Park, 2501 Jenkins Ave....
The ONE Event to be first in fun
The hippest, grooviest, moddest party is taking place during The ONE Event, Norman Arts Council’s annual fundraiser slated for 7-11 p.m. March 29 at MAINSITE Contemporary Art, 122 E. Main St....
OU celebrates Native American skateboard culture during museum exhibit
Here in Oklahoma it’s not a news flash that skateboarding is popular with Native American youth. From city to small towns across the state you’ll find kids of all descriptions in skate parks, on sidewalks and around school yards riding and ...
MAINSITE gallery hosting a tantalizing trio of artistic endeavors
Three exhibits opening at MAINSITE Contemporary Art, 122 E. Main St., on Feb. 14 will challenge viewers perspectives, each in its own way....
OU’s opera delivers psychological drama
Psychological drama and opera go hand-in-hand in the University of Oklahoma School of Music’s upcoming production of “Alcina.” Artistic director and conductor Jonathan Shames said the G.F. Handel Italian opera — a sci-fi thriller of sorts ...
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