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Michael Anderson

President and CEO of the Oklahoma City Museum of Art since January 2020, Michael Anderson, Ph.D., has been with the organization since 2014 and the interim president since July 2019. Passionate about the Museum Film program, Anderson works to bring independent, classic and foreign language cinema to OKC. He has also curated a number of exhibitions and helped to...

Sports and Art Prevail

From art and sporting events to barrel racing and rodeos, Oklahoma is chock-full of events around the town. For art enthusiasts, visit 108 Contemporary from Aug. 5-Sept. 25 to view Kite & Natani Notah: In the Realm of Miracles. Another stop in Tulsa should be at Philbrook to view Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, and Mexican Modernism, on view through Sept....

A-OK at OVAC

A group in Oklahoma is dedicated to supporting visual artists through promotion, education, funding and connection. That organization is the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition – or OVAC. Established more than 20 years ago, OVAC seeks to raise public interest and awareness of visual arts for all ages. It’s also a great venue for up-and-coming artists to show their work through...

A Peek into the Season

108 Contemporary Kite and Natani Notah: In The Realm of MiraclesAug. 5-Sept. 25 Donald G. Longcrier: Sin TituloOct. 7-Nov. 23 VisionMakers 2022Dec. 2-Jan. 22 AHHA Tulsa Sticker Book – Julie AlpertAug. 5-Nov. 20 American Theatre Company The Great American Trailer Park MusicalOct. 7-15  A Christmas CarolDec. 9-23 Skeleton CrewMarch 3-11 American BuffaloMay 5-13 Armstrong Auditorium Gentri – The Gentlemen TrioSept. 15 Maxwell Quartet – The Kilted QuartetNov. 10 Delirium MusicumDec. 1 The Five BrownsJan....

Nature at the Heart

Nature has always been an essential part of Whitney Forsyth’s life, from observing insects and animals, to filling her pockets with seeds and rocks, to calming sojourns in the woods. And it is at the heart of her artwork. Forsyth is a studio artist whose passion for creation began at a young age; she found her focus in a ceramics...

Home Makes You Happy

Native American artist Yatika Starr Fields creates vibrant masterpieces complete with symbolism and cultural aesthetic that are meant to tell multiple stories at once. Fields was born in Tulsa but grew up in Stillwater in an artistic household. Both of his parents, Tom and Anita, were artists. This led to him experiencing creativity early on in his life and having...

Speakers, Artand Comedy

For fans of forums and speakers, both OSU-Tulsa Business Forums and Tulsa Town Hall have just the thing for you. First, Martha Stewart visits Tulsa April 6 at the PAC, courtesy OSU-Tulsa. Then TTH offers up Henry Louis Gates Jr. – an award-winning filmmaker and scholar – on April 8, also at the PAC.  If you’re looking to laugh, the...

Sculpting the Unexpected

Sculptor LaQuincey Reed’s passion swirls around art as it intertwines with history. He gravitates toward creations “of things people don’t know a lot about. I want to get a monument dedicated to the Black cowboy. The West was diverse, and a lot of cowboys were Black. “I’ve been drawing since I was a kid,” he continues. The Lawton native studied...

Sky’s the Limit

When we typically think of an artist, we imagine someone skilled in one artistic medium ... maybe two. It isn’t common to come across someone who is as handy with clay as they are with a pencil or paint brushes.  Stephanie Keef from The Arte Igzibet, however, is a stand-out creator who specializes in a variety of mediums. Keef comes...

Lee AnneZeigler

Self-described as a “perennial student,” Lee Anne Zeigler acts as the executive director of the WaterWorks Art Center in Tulsa. After graduating from Cameron University with a bachelor’s in biological sciences, Zeigler went to OSU to obtain her master’s in horticulture and landscape architecture. Her community involvement is varied; she runs her own landscape design business; volunteers as a...