Funny people

Funny people

Five comedians perform at Ladies Night of Comedy on Jan. 26 at The Paramount Room.


Modern opera

Painted Sky Opera hopes to make opera more approachable with its latest performance.

Peaceful World

Norman Philharmonic and the University of Oklahoma revive a tradition honoring Martin Luther King Jr.

Trading comedy

Tom Segura brings his dark, sarcastic comedy stylings to Tower Theatre.

Wig unboxed

A local thespian’s retirement plan is thwarted by a transgender German rock ’n’ roll icon.

Photo famous

Local photographer Melissa Marshall never expected to quit school, take pictures around the world or amass a large Instagram following.

Clothing connection

Caleb Fountain uses his retail knowledge to give designer fashion a local twist at his new store, 1032 Space.

Infant minds

An Oklahoma City nonprofit sheds light on the impressionable first years of life and how first experiences have a lasting impact.

Good spirits

A local food charity raises funds with a scotch-tasting event.

Gardens inspiration

Susan Morrison-Dyke and Anthony Dyke took cues from nature for their latest exhibit.

Theatrical spectrum

Carpenter Square Theatre’s production of Dancing Lessons examines differences in order to emphasize connection, love and dance.

Protesting climate

A local student organization takes part in a national rally to bring attention to climate change.

Opera tricks

An updated stage production of The Phantom of the Opera includes more spectacle than was possible when the musical debuted.

OKG Shop: Fresh face

Salt & Water Co. provides clean beauty and healthy self-care products to the Oklahoma City metro.

Romance language

Brightmusic Chamber Ensemble performs pieces by two famous Romantic Russian composers.

Welcoming reality

Oklahoma Gazette rounds up the best films of 2018.

Period piece

The second Menstruation Art Show will showcase works about body positivity, femininity, nature and more while raising money for Homeless Alliance.

New Year's Eve: Time warp

Party like it’s 1999 — or 1599 — this New Year’s Eve.

New Year's Eve: Burlesque resolutions

Adèle Wolf’s Burlesque & Variety Show returns for its seventh annual New Year’s Eve Bash.

New Year's Eve: Bye 2018

51st Street Speakeasy rings in the new year to the sounds of the ’90s and 2000s.

New Year's Eve: Alpaca party

Magnolia Blossom Ranch in Newcastle will ring in the new year with Wine, Carrots & Alpacas.

New Year's Eve: Semi-charmed 2019

My So Called Band and The Jones Assembly want to save you from another disappointing New Year’s Eve with The Drop.

New Year's Eve: Beats won

DK the Drummer dons a disco ball suit and rings in the new year at Tower Theatre’s Uptown Get Down.

Come together

Oklahoma City Philharmonic gets fab with Revolution: The Beatles Symphonic Experience.

Categorizing art

An exhibit at Oklahoma City Museum of Art explores the definition and diversity of sculpture art.

Rewarding clay

Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center’s ceramics sale features everyday objects made by the arts center’s ceramics program.


ArtNow 2019 @ Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center

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