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None January 28th, 2014

Western Ave., 831-2874, The Art of Sport and Play,.

100th Annual School of Art and Art History Exhibition, visitors will be able to see the impressive work of current students as well as special exhibitions detailing the history of the program, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm St., Norman, 325-3272, Allan Houser and His Students, in celebration of his 100th birthday, this exhibit features works of Allan Houser as well as his students, focusing on his role as a teacher and mentor. National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63rd St., 478-2250,

Art After 5 Roof Terrace, join downtown workers, adventurous concert and film goers and the art crowd for cocktails on the skyline, 5 p.m., Jan. 30. Oklahoma City Museum of Art, 415 Couch, 236-3100, THU

ArtNow: “SHINE”, Oklahoma’s finest artistic talent features the works of over 30 Oklahoma contemporary artists. Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center, 3000 General Pershing, 951-0000, oklahomacontemporary. org. Benjamin Harjo, considered one of the nation’s leading American Indian artists, Jan. 23. Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory, 301 W. Reno, 445-7080, Chuck Close: Works on Paper, a leading figure in modern American art and printmaking since the early 1970s, this exhibition celebrates his groundbreaking printmaking career. Oklahoma City Museum of Art, 415 Couch, 236-3100,

Come on Down, sculpture work by Lisa Hoke challenging the irony of modern mass-production. Oklahoma City Museum of Art, 415 Couch, 236-3100, Composites: Technology and New Media Become Art, seven artists with ties to Oklahoma explore the territory where art and science meet. The Satellite Galleries at The Science Museum, 2100 NE 52nd St., 602-6664, Debbie Clements-Smith, guest artist specializing in monotype and chine-colle. Paseo Gallery One, 2927 Paseo, Dennis Parker, an exhibition of paintings by the Oklahoma painter and teacher. Summer Wine Gallery, 2928 B. Paseo Dr., 831-3279, Eyes of Romance, Valentine’s show featuring works by artists Rebecca Mannschreck and Theresa Hurt, jewelry by Tara Tipton and Kim Hogue. 5-8 p.m., Jan. 31; 2-5 p.m., Feb. 1-2. OKC Wings of Desire, 2315 N. Hudson, FRI–SUN

Flesh and Bone, series of life-like paintings by artist David Slone, a.k.a. Gallery, 3001 Paseo Dr., 606-2522, The Great Divide, featuring the work of 19 Chinese artists currently teaching studio art at universities across the United States. Southwestern Oklahoma State University, 100 Campus Dr., Weatherford, 580-774-3063,

Western Ave., 831-2874, The Art of Sport and Play, a curated look at collected memorabilia from Kevin Carrolla’s travels abroad. Sam Noble History Museum, 2401 Chataqua, Norman, 325- 4712,

The Daily Artifact, designer Corey Fuller’s personal challenge to create one new thing a day for a year. Gaylord-Pickens Heritage Museum, 1400 Classen Blvd., 235-4458,

Three Artists All Over the Place, three Oklahoma artists with varied backgrounds and widely different styles. Norman Santa Fe Depot, 200 S. Jones, Norman,

Living Homeless, The Homeless Alliance and Upward Transitions are partnering with Istvan Gallery to provide the public with a photography exhibit that snapshots the lives of the homeless in Oklahoma City. Istvan Gallery, 1218 N. Western, 831-2874, January Art Show, wide variety of scenes in multiple sizes ranging in subject matter from mountains and prairies. Grapevine Gallery, 1933 NW 39th St, 528-3739,

Tipsy Artist, wine and paint party, 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 31. Tipsy Artist Studio, 124 W. Oklahoma St., Guthrie, 822- 0481, FRI Transfers and Collage Encaustic Workshop, one-day workshop on transfers and collaging with encaustic wax. 10 a.m.-5 p.m, Jan. 25. Paseo School of Art, 3110 A N. Paseo Dr., SAT

Making Change, exhibit features the stories behind the groundbreaking coins designed by sculptors Laura Gardin Fraser and Glenna Goodacre. National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63rd St, 478-2250, Oklahoma @ the Movies, a celebration showcasing the creativity and innovation of Oklahomans and their legacy the silver screen. Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Dr., 522-0765,

On Assignment: The Photojournalism of Horatio Bristol, achieved critical and popular acclaim in 1938 for his photographs of migrant workers in California during the Great Depression. Fred Jones Museum of Art, 555 Elm St., Norman, 325-3272,

Paint N’ Cheers, creative social art classes, 6:30 -9:30 p.m., Jan. 30-31; 2 p.m., Feb. 2. Paint N Cheers, 1614 N. Gatewood, 524-4155, THU–FRI, SUN

Pinot’s Palette, sip on your favorite beverage while painting your very own masterpiece, 7-9 p.m., Jan. 30-31. Pinot’s Palette, 115 E. California, 602-3850, pinotspalette. com. THU–FRI

Premises: Undergraduate Thesis Projects in Interior Design, projects displayed will range from the development of a learning center and a sustainable home for a family of four, Jan. 30. University of Central Oklahoma, 100 N. University, Edmond. Subtext, artist Marjorie Atwood combines media and subject matter to illustrate her wide variety of influences. Governor’s Gallery, Oklahoma State Capitol, 2300 N. Lincoln Blvd.,

Swoon, a group show featuring the Oklahoma City Women’s Art Organization, Fringe. Istvan Gallery, 1218 N.

Unfortunate Son, six-canvas series centering around the Vietnam conflict and taking its inspiration from a group of letters written home by the artist’s father. AKA Gallery, 3001 Paseo,

Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, each Oklahoma artist was charged with creating an image to represent a year between 1810-1843 that addresses a complex problem or issue in America’s recent history. Artspace at Untitled, 1 NE 3rd St., 815-9995,

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