As school districts across the state struggle with budget cuts, we must support strong music, visual arts, dance, drama and media programs.Read More
Oklahoma Arts Day at the Capitol is honestly one of my favorite events of the year. However, the planning, executing and networking to champion the Arts in Oklahoma can be exhilarating and exhausting.
It would be easy to check that off our list and proceed with the demands and routines of life. On the contrary, now the work begins or continues.Read More
11. Did you say Sugar Free Allstars and Chase Kerby rockin’ the Capitol? YES! And Chill with the beautiful sounds of the OKC Philharmonic’s Brass Duo…Sweeeeeet!Read More
Oklahomans for the Arts and the Oklahoma Arts Day Committee invite arts and culture supporters to join together at the State Capitol on May 4, 2016 to deliver a unified message to our Oklahoma legislators: Arts and culture benefits the entire state’s economy, education and communities.
The free event includes meeting with legislators to ask them to support arts funding and arts education, a chance to meet nonprofit arts organizations, performances and a kickoff rally.Read More
See how your legislators voted on arts-related bills for this year’s legislative session in this 2015 Oklahoma Arts Culture Legislative Voting Record.
Oklahomans for the Arts compiled votes based on bills on which we took a position, which includes SB283 and HB1824.Read More
Legislators and staff are bombarded by these events nearly every day at the capitol. Successful days have the perfect blend of colorful community characters, civic leaders, and tasty treats.Read More
Oklahoma Arts Day at the State Capitol doesn’t just show off the variety and depth of arts organizations in our state, it’s also a chance to begin or continue relationships with your elected officialsRead More
Oklahomans for the Arts and the Oklahoma Arts Day Committee invite arts and cultural heritage supporters from across the state to join together in the Capitol on May 5, 2015 to deliver a unified message to our Oklahoma legislators: Arts and culture is a public good that benefits the entire state. The arts and culture sector develops communities, improves education, and grows the economy.Read More
Oklahomans for the Arts, the state’s flagship arts advocacy organization, will host Arts Day at the Oklahoma Capitol May 7.Read More