Testimony: The Life and Work of David Friedman explores one artist’s experience with genocide.
Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition holds its 18th annual Momentum art show Friday-Saturday.
Swingout OKC carves out a space to enjoy the rich tradition of swing dance in social, community-oriented ways.
OKC Broadway brings a story of personal growth, determination and pie to the stage in Waitress.
Molly Ringwald speaks at a Junior League of Oklahoma City fundraiser, and her films are part of an ’80s celebration at Tower Theatre.
Individual Artists of Oklahoma, a long-standing home for creative outsiders, celebrates its 40th year of supporting forward advancement.
Festival organizations prepare for updated alcohol laws.
Art and wine events are flourishing by catering to artists in need of liquid courage to coax out their creativity.
Chickasha-based TalkJive Radio is putting Native American culture on blast.
Oklahoma City Museum of Art puts Kehinde Wiley at the center of its permanent collection.
The Little Ark boutique and community space in Nichols Hills is a gathering spot for family and friends.
Southern Nazarene University celebrates Women’s History Month and the campus’ blossoming diversity with a one-woman show.
The Queer Film Continuum from Herland Sister Resources aims to bring LGBTQ+ films to Oklahoma City moviegoers.
Paula Poundstone gets serious about her comedy in the Trump era.
Theater company Celtic Nights shares a musical story of Irish immigrants.
This year, OKCMOA’s annual benefit, Omelette Party, has an enchanting theme.
Adam Cooper expands on a London production of Grand Hotel on a bigger stage at University of Oklahoma.
Local author Kim Ventrella’s newest book continues helping children explore different aspects of death.
A Norman-based Japanese artist tells stories through egg statues in his latest exhibit.
A Bronx Tale deviates from usual musical storylines and focuses on a young man caught between his father and the mob.
Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma’s Chef’s Feast 2019 ensures that important programs continue to fight hunger.
The musical Girlfriend uses a classic alt-rock album to examine young, gay romance in the early 1990s.
Grain & Grange furniture manufacturers rely on reclaimed lumber to create pieces filled with history and personality.
Ariel Beasley will receive a new home and a fresh start during Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity’s Women Build event.
Oklahoma-born artist Tatyana Fazlalizadeh will open a new exhibition, Oklahoma Is Black, at Oklahoma Contemporary on Friday.