The Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition’s Momentum annually features Oklahoma artists ages 30 years and younger, working in diverse media. The exhibition presents a diversified look at young artistic talent in Oklahoma.

Attendees encounter film, performance, new media, installation, music, and more. 

Momentum OKC Spotlight 2020
Curator: Jade Powers, Assistant Curator at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art
Emerging Curator: Madison Moody

Faculty, Students and Alumni from OSU - 

Ann Dawkins - Faculty
Megan Baugh
Megan Crow
Amber DuBoise-Shepard
Calli Heflin
Jenn Johnson
Gianna Martucci-Fink
Clara Titus
Kately Towsley

2020 List of Momentum Artist click here

Don't miss Momentum 2020 on March 20th-22nd, at Dead People's Stuff, 1900 Linwood Boulevard, OKC, OK 73106


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Oklahoma Art Education Association Annual Conference

The Oklahoma Art Education Association conference was held in Edmond, OK Friday and Saturday, Oct. 25th & 26th, 2019.

Jen Johnson,Prairie Art Center Education Coordinator, and Chris Ramsay, OSU Art Professor, promote OSU hosted Scholastics Art Awards to K-12 Oklahoma Art Teachers.

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Mark Sisson of Stillwater, Okla., has been selected for the 2019 Irene Rosenzweig Biennial Juried Exhibition at The Arts & Science Center for Southeast Arkansas (ASC) in Pine Bluff.
His prints “Portrait of Cameron Richardson: Peace, Piece” and “Portrait of Pouya Jahanshahi: Yearning to Breathe Free” are part of the juried exhibition showcasing mid-South artists. Both portraits incorporate three printmaking techniques: linocut, woodcut and lithograph.
The Rosenzweig exhibition opens Thursday, Oct. 10, with a free public reception from 5–7 p.m. Awards will be presented at 5:30.

For the complete media announcement click here.