The Chisholm Trail Heritage Center (CTHC) is welcoming visitors of all ages every Monday through the months of June and July for Free Art Mondays, a program offering a place and time for families and individuals to come together and create.
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Enid native Jim Bray’s art will decorate the Marshall Building on the Northern Oklahoma College Enid campus through June 22.
A little bit of history landed at the Chickasha Municipal Airport on Monday morning.
Art therapy is more than simply filling in a coloring book. Cherokee Nation’s Indian Child Welfare department is expanding its art therapy endeavor for tribal foster children over the next year thanks to a $10,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. Cherokee Nation is one of only four Oklahoma entities to get NEA funding this year and will use the funding to support weekly art classes and one-on-one art therapy sessions for about 55 foster children.
Keith Birdsong started drawing an early age, said his sister DeeJay Gaugh — perhaps too early, his first-grade teacher thought.
An evening at a theatre in the park under the stars is usually only something seen in cheesy romantic comedies set in cities on the coasts. But why should they have all the fun? Which is why Duncan Little Theatre (DLT) is polishing up their latest offering of “Shakespeare in the Park.”
The Muskogee Little Theatre offers a number of opportunities for youth to experience acting, music, and theater production. The best known is the Summer Youth Theatre Camp & Production program. The camp originated several years ago when MLT did a chorus line performance. The dancers came from Oklahoma colleges and universities and needed housing and employment for the summer. MLT patrons provided housing, and the summer camp was launched to provide the students with employment during the day.
Arguably one of the most quoted people in the world is William Shakespeare but for many, his works are something left behind in high school reading assignments long forgotten. However, Duncan Little Theatre (DLT) is dusting off the works and bringing to them the public to spark some fun and facts for two nights under the setting sun with Shakespeare in the Park.