We are hosting a special exhibition for the students of the Oklahoma ArtScience Prize on March 11, 2015 from 6-7:30pm at our 1219 Creative gallery. The event will highlight the creative process of the students as they compete for the opportunity to further their project at Harvard University at the conclusion of the program. The … Continue reading PROCESS: The Work of the Students of the Oklahoma ArtScience Prize
Oklahoma's own Black History Month Film Festival is taking place February 21st, 2015 at the Oklahoma History Center and Cinemark Tinsletown. We are accepting entries for short films from experienced and emerging filmmakers. We have no restrictions on genre and consider all categories. Genres include: Drama Action Science Fiction and Fantasy Horror Experimental Documentary Submission Guidelines: Film maximum is … Continue reading Black History Film Festival Submissions
The second annual In COLOR film festival presented by Waters Edge Winery features a wide variety of films by local and national filmmakers of color. Oklahoma City, OK, July 27, 2014- Inclusion in Art presents the In COLOR film festival at IAO Gallery on August 23, 2014. IAO Gallery is located at 701 W. Sheridan in … Continue reading In COLOR Film Festival Spans a Gamut of Genres From Minority Filmmakers
Oklahoma's Native American community has made so many contributions in our state, including the visual arts and filmmaking. Join us on Friday, July 18th from 6-8 for a casual evening event to celebrate Native American film and filmmakers as the kickoff to the upcoming In COLOR film festival August 22nd and 23rd. Special guest filmmakers Matt … Continue reading In COLOR: Native American Film
Narciso Argüelles exudes mirth, complexity and energy. He generates an artistic idea a minute. For his Concept/OK residency, Edmond-artist Argüelles constantly experiments with artistic methods and presentation, crafting his projects with any medium as fair game. More details here....