Oklahoma Contemporary’s third edition of Guerrilla Art Park features six Oklahoma artists, ranging from emerging to well established. This year, most of the artists focused on fun and leisure. Darci Lenker “embroidered” a badminton net with Oklahoma landmarks, while Risa Ross created a giant paper airplane. Additional Awesome designed a series of sundials, whose shadows ripple and shift as the sun moves across the sky. Emma Difani created a space to rest and relax in a natural setting, in the middle of the city.
Our June Make + Take (1-4 p.m. Saturday, June 9 | fairgrounds location) will be inspired by this year's Guerrilla Art Park.
The Showroom at Oklahoma Contemporary, four repurposed shipping containers temporarily housing exhibitions, events and an art library, serves as the first step toward Oklahoma Contemporary’s future location. Learn more about the 4.6-acre arts campus, opening fall 2019, here.