With his art on 2015’s Keep It Local OK card and a new show at the Crystal Bridge, local artist and designer Matt Goad’s art is in a lot of new places.
Traveling west on NW 23rd Street gives you a chance to experience a cross section of the many cultures in the metro.
Money for the arts is available through grants from the Mid-America Art Alliance.
A live band backs this city’s latest trend: Punk Rock Karaoke.
The only heir to a painting looted by the Nazis wants the artwork back, but OU won’t return it.
Inside sits a table with a black tablecloth underneath colorful, handmade journals. Hanging from the edge of the table is a poster board sign reading “Free Poems.”
It was his tie that started it. It was red plaid and stood out like a holiday light bulb.
Men’s fashion in Oklahoma City has undergone a renaissance.
For many independent retailers, the annual Holiday Pop-Up Shops in Midtown offer a chance to test products and experiment with a retail store.
Slim, 1 NE Second St., is also staking its claim too, but it wants to be more than just a clothing store.