We get a tour of a cooperative grocery store in the Paseo Arts District. Then we travel to Norman to taste some authentic Chinese noodles. Next, we visit a food truck that travels all over the state with a mission to change cattle country one vegan meal at a time. Finally, we see the new Artful Inlet murals in Downtown Norman.
I visit the small town of Crescent, the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, a fast-food vegan joint, art at Science Museum Oklahoma, the Farmers Market at Scissortail Park, and musical guest, The Imaginaries.
In this episode I visit a flower shop in Oklahoma City, a food truck that sells dumplings, two art exhibitions, and hang out with the band, Wood Willow.
New year. New format. New branding. Tune in at 7:30 for the 2021 season premiere of Uncovering Oklahoma! For 2021, I’m doing things differently for Uncovering Oklahoma by releasing episodes in a monthly format with...
Robert Bailey and Todd Stewart discuss the new exhibition, Fieldworks: Beyond Measure on display at Oklahoma Contemporary.
Executive Director, Erinn Gavaghan, shares an overview of Katherine Liontas-Warren’s “Water and Land” and “Visual Poetry on the Page: With, Within, and Without the Word,” which was curated by Crag Hill. Both Katherine and Crag also share their thoughts on the exhibitions.
Enjoy holiday cocktails in a festive setting in the pop-up bar, Miracle on Boulevard, in Edmond.
In celebration of the Oklahoma City Museum of Art’s 75th anniversary, Becky Weintz discusses two new exhibitions, “Beaux Arts at 75” and “Shared Lives, Distant Places.”
Erinn Gavaghan gives a tour of MAINSITE’s exhibition, Between Art and Quarantine in this sponsored video.
Sprinkled Bakery is a family-owned and operated dessert bakery that uses the finest quality ingredients they can get and baked in small batches.