Listen as two or more individuals explore, interrogate and discuss exhibition-related topics. Virtual programs can be viewed here and will remain online for viewing one week after each event.
Amanda Horton and The Cauldron Press
7-7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 11
Program will go live at date and time listed above on our Thursday Night Late page, YouTube and Facebook.
Learn more about the history and creative process of art books and zines as they relate to graphic design with Amanda Horton and The Cauldron Press. Horton teaches graphic design history and theory classes at the University of Central Oklahoma. Also university professors, James Ewald and Brock Wynn run The Cauldron Press, a small Risograph print shop producing limited-edition runs of art books, prints and zines. Offered in conjunction Ed Ruscha: OKLA, tune in to join Amanda, James and Brock for reflections on Ruscha’s influence on self-publication as an art form.
Watch presentations of live music, dance, theater or poetry as we activate the Te Ata Theater, our sun-filled Dance Studio and casual performance spaces indoors and out. See program descriptions for reservation information for on-site programs. Virtual programs can be viewed here and will remain online for viewing one week after each event.
Spotlight Concert with Arts Council OKC: Latin Mojo Band
7-9 p.m. Thursday, March 25
Main Building | North Lawn
Tickets required | Reservations available March 11
COVID Protocols: Reservations are required for lawn seating. Each reservation is good for one designated 8-foot circle on our North Lawn. Parties of up to four guests may share one circle. Please help us ensure social distancing by reserving additional circles for parties larger than four. Reservations will be available two weeks before each concert.
As one of the Kirkpatrick Family Fund-supported Bright Golden Haze: Reflections projects, Arts Council Oklahoma City’s Spotlight Concert Series celebrated the “bright future” of OKC’s entertainment community with unforgettable live performances inspired by Oklahoma Contemporary’s inaugural exhibition, Bright Golden Haze. Latin Mojo Band's concert was canceled for inclement weather in the fall, and we’re excited to host them this spring.
Over time and as it becomes safe, offerings will continue to expand and include:
- Contemporary Cocktails
- Hands-on studio activities
- Resident DJs
- Other happenings across campus