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Gonzalo Lebrija: Breve historia del tiempo

  • When Aug. 4, 2022-Mar. 27, 2023
  • Cost Free
  • Location Campbell Art Park
  • Age Requirements All ages

Oklahoma Contemporary presents a monumental outdoor sculpture by Gonzalo Lebrija. Breve Historia del Tiempo (2020) is a 2,500-pound Plymouth Duster that appears to be suspended vertically over a pool of water. The sculpture is on loan from Mexico City’s famed La Colección Jumex.

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Jose Dávila

  • When Sept. 22, 2022-May 22, 2023
  • Cost Free
  • Location Sculpture Garden
  • Age Requirements All ages

Jose Dávila creates sculptures in which industrial materials seem to be precariously balanced. The artist balances large, free-standing structural elements to fabricate constructions that are tense yet calm. Presented as part of La casa que nos inventamos: Contemporary Art From Guadalajara.

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Fugitive Speech

  • When Nov. 3, 2022-April 30, 2023
  • Cost Free
  • Location Mary LeFlore Clements Oklahoma Gallery
  • Age Requirements All ages

Featuring seven artworks by three artists — Emily M. Chase, JJJJJerome Ellis and Anita Fields — Fugitive Speech explores acts of personal testimony in the face of social, cultural and historical odds. The artworks in Fugitive Speech consider the relationship between voice, memory and time.

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Register for Studio School

  • When Dec. 6, 2022-Feb. 14, 2023
  • Age Requirements 16+

Explore a new art form in Studio School this winter! Options abound to hone existing artistic skills, create new ones or just have fun in the studio. Topics include 2-D and 3-D media, ceramics, fiber arts, jewelry making and more. No experience required! Classes fill quickly.

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The Art of Food

  • When Feb. 2-May 22, 2023
  • Cost Free
  • Location Eleanor Kirkpatrick Main Gallery
  • Age Requirements All ages

Food is more than sustenance. It is a source of pleasure, an excuse to gather and a form of art that evolves as quickly as our tastes demand. The Art of Food features more than 100 artworks by 37 well-known contemporary artists highlighting the subject of food.

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Café Contemporary

  • When 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday. Closed Sunday-Tuesday.
  • Location Lobby
  • Age Requirements All ages

The newly redesigned Café Contemporary features a delectable selection of baked goods (think scones, cinnamon rolls and giant cookies) alongside robust coffee and tea offerings. The just-launched lunch menu includes tasty sandwiches, creative salads, soups for the season and more.

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Shop Contemporary

  • When Open 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday; open 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Thursday. Closed Tuesdays and holidays.
  • Location Lobby
  • Age Requirements All ages

Shop Contemporary, our retail space, is dedicated to art-forward items unique to Oklahoma Contemporary. It's your source for thoughtfully crafted gifts that inspire through art, home goods, stimulating products for kids, fun branded items and all points in between.

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Eight-Week Class | Sewing Fundamentals - Thursday

  • When 6-9 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 19 – March 9
  • Cost $265
  • Location Main Building | Mary L. Clements Studio One
  • Instructor / Presenter Amber Layne
  • Age Requirements 16+

Are you new to sewing, haven’t sewn in a while, afraid of your machine, or want to build a stronger foundation in your sewing knowledge? This is the class for you. It’s also perfect if you want a refresher on the basics of machine sewing.

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Eight-Week Class | Wheel Throwing 2

  • When 6-9 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 19 – March 9
  • Cost $265
  • Location The Studios | Lynda and Chuck Nelson Wheel Throwing Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Liv Egan
  • Age Requirements 18+

Expanding on the techniques covered in Wheel Throwing 1, this class will increase your proficiency on the potter’s wheel. Learn to make advanced forms, such as lidded and pouring vessels and experiment with surface adornment techniques and various methods of creating texture.

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Eight-Week Class | Kicka$$ Kitchen Towels

  • When 6-8:30 p.m., Thursdays, Jan. 19 – March 9
  • Cost $225
  • Location The Studios | Josie Eresch Fibers Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Sherri Dudeck
  • Age Requirements 16+

Stop buying crummy kitchen towels — weave your own! Learn the basics of floor loom weaving and make cool towels to wipe away your tears or the slop all over your kitchen counter.

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Four-Week Class | Memoir Writing: Find Your Focus

  • When 6-8 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 19 – Feb. 9
  • Cost $125
  • Location Main Building | In Honor of Bryan and Kendall Hall Studio Two
  • Instructor / Presenter Doug Paulsen
  • Age Requirements 18+

Everyone has a story. What’s yours? Learn simple techniques for selecting one aspect of your life to focus on, so that you can uncover and write stories from your own experiences. Perfect for beginners and also great for those who took Doug Paulsen’s memoir class in the fall term.

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Shop Contemporary

  • When Open 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday; open 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Thursday. Closed Tuesdays and holidays.
  • Location Lobby
  • Age Requirements All ages

Shop Contemporary, our retail space, is dedicated to art-forward items unique to Oklahoma Contemporary. It's your source for thoughtfully crafted gifts that inspire through art, home goods, stimulating products for kids, fun branded items and all points in between.

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Eight-Week Class | Wheel Throwing 1 - Tuesday

  • When 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Tuesdays, Jan. 17 – March 7
  • Cost $225
  • Location The Studios | Lynda and Chuck Nelson Wheel Throwing Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Brian Bosworth
  • Age Requirements 18+

Prerequisite: Introduction to Ceramics.

Expanding on the techniques covered in Introduction to Ceramics, this class will improve your skills on the wheel. Make mugs, cups and bowls while learning more about firing techniques, temperatures and atmospheres.

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Eight-Week Class | Printmaking: Woodcuts

  • When 10 a.m.-1 p.m., Saturdays, Jan. 21 – March 11
  • Cost $225
  • Location The Studios | Flex Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Wesley Kramer
  • Age Requirements 18+

Create and print woodcuts! Learn the basics of traditional relief printing. You’ll begin with black ink, and by the end of class, you will make multicolored, multiblock editions.

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Eight-Week Class | Guided Throwing with Liv

  • When 10 a.m.-1 p.m., Saturdays, Jan. 21 – March 11
  • Cost $265
  • Location The Studios | Lynda and Chuck Nelson Wheel Throwing Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Liv Egan
  • Age Requirements 18+

You wanted more Liv, so we gave you more Liv! This class is for advanced students only. Work independently on your wheel-based projects, and receive Liv Egan’s Saturday morning benevolence and technical guidance.

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Café Contemporary Lovers of Art Brunch

  • When Feb. 4, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
  • Location Café Contemporary
  • Age Requirements All ages

Café Contemporary invites you to this weekend's Lovers of Art brunch! Pop in before 1 p.m., and grab a tray of kimchi fries, avocado toast with a juicy grapefruit, a vegan cinnamon roll (or two) or whatever tickles your breakfast fancy — then tap in to the free guided tour of exhibitions on view.

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Eight-Week Class | Get Stuffed

  • When 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Saturdays, Jan. 21 – March 11
  • Cost $175
  • Location The Studios | Josie Eresch Fibers Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Darci Lenker
  • Age Requirements 18+

This cheeky class explores the fun side of adult appetites by creating soft and felted sculpture (toys! pillows!) about food and sex. Make a felted cake or perhaps something else you like to eat? Wink, wink. Nudge, nudge. Bring your friends, your partner or have fun solo.

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Public Tours | 1 p.m. Saturdays

  • When 1-2 p.m. Saturdays
  • Cost free (reservations required)
  • Location Main Building | Eleanor Kirkpatrick Main Gallery
  • Instructor / Presenter Gallery Guides
  • Age Requirements All ages

Join us for a free guided tour on Saturdays! Guided public tours for individual visitors and groups of up to 12 people will meet in the lobby at our main building at 1 p.m. on Saturdays.

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Eight-Week Class | Introduction to Ceramics - Saturday

  • When 2-4:30 p.m., Saturdays, Jan. 21 – March 11
  • Cost $225
  • Location The Studios | Lynda and Chuck Nelson Wheel Throwing Studio and Kim and Steve Bruno Hand Building Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Liz Parham
  • Age Requirements 18+

Learn to create sculptural forms and functional vessels like mugs, plates and bowls in this course that introduces hand building and wheel throwing techniques. Remind your fingers they can do more than scroll. No experience necessary.

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Eight-Week Class | Introduction to Jewelry and Metalsmithing - Sunday

  • When 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Sundays, Jan. 22 – March 12
  • Cost $295
  • Location The Studios | Flex Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Taylor Martin
  • Age Requirements 18+

Design and make your own jewelry! Learn basic metalsmithing techniques, such as stone setting, ring sizing, soldering, texturizing metal, sawing and custom finishing.

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Workshop | Raku

  • When 12:30-3p.m., Sundays, Jan. 29 and Feb. 5
  • Cost $75
  • Location The Studios | Kim and Steve Bruno Hand Building Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Liv Egan
  • Age Requirements 21+

Join us for a two-day, hands-on workshop as we dive into the topic of Raku ceramics. Together, we'll explore traditional Japanese Raku as it relates to religious and cultural practices and its later expression among American ceramicists in the mid-1900s.

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Eight-Week Class | Creative Foundations for Veterans

  • When 2-4:30 p.m., Sundays, Jan. 22– March 12
  • Cost free to military veterans
  • Location The Studios | Flex Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Claire Holloway
  • Age Requirements 18+

This free class is available exclusively to military veterans. Explore the fundamentals of creating and understanding art alongside other veterans.

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Registration Opens | Camp Contemporary Spring Break

  • When Feb. 6, 10 a.m.
  • Cost $235
  • Age Requirements 5-12

Does your kid have a taste for creative pursuits? From camps inspired by The Art of Food exhibition to zine making and and upcycled sculptures, Camp Contemporary offers a diverse lineup to keep your 5- to 12-year-old engaged, excited and learning during spring break, March 13-17. Slots fill fast.

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Eight-Week Class | Drawing Fundamentals

  • When 6-8:00 p.m., Mondays, Jan. 16 – March 6
  • Cost $225
  • Location Studios Building | Flex Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Chris Brizzard
  • Age Requirements 16+

Join this fun and supportive class to learn basic drawing principles, such as shape, proportion, blocking in forms and depicting light and shadow. If you start the class not knowing how to draw, you will finish the class drawing from life.

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Eight-Week Class | Slab Building and Template Making

  • When 6-8:30 p.m., Mondays, Jan. 16 – March 6
  • Cost $225
  • Location The Studios | Kim and Steve Bruno Hand Building Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Marissa Childers
  • Age Requirements 18+

Learn how to translate 2-D shapes into 3-D ceramic forms! Imagine taking a sewing pattern — but instead of using fabric, you use slabs of clay to create your form. You’ll make cups, bowls and teapots and also learn to design a template to make your own unique forms.

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Eight-Week Class | Wheel Throwing 1 - Monday

  • When 6-8:30 p.m., Mondays, Jan. 16 – March 6
  • Cost $225
  • Location The Studios | Lynda and Chuck Nelson Wheel Throwing Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter David Stevens
  • Age Requirements 18+

Prerequisite: Introduction to Ceramics.

Expanding on the techniques covered in Introduction to Ceramics, this class will improve your skills on the wheel. Make mugs, cups and bowls while learning more about firing techniques, temperatures and atmospheres.

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Eight-Week Class | Sewing Fundamentals - Monday

  • When 6-9 p.m., Mondays, Jan. 16 – March 6
  • Cost $265
  • Location The Studios | Josie Eresch Fibers Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Amber Layne
  • Age Requirements 16+

Are you new to sewing, haven’t sewn in a while, afraid of your machine, or want to build a stronger foundation in your sewing knowledge? This is the class for you. It’s also perfect if you want a refresher on the basics of machine sewing.

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Eight-Week Class | Serging Fundamentals

  • When 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Tuesdays, Jan. 17 – March 7
  • Cost $265
  • Location The Studios | Josie Eresch Fibers Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Amber Layne
  • Age Requirements 16+

Gain in-depth knowledge about your serger and master the fundamentals by creating a personal serger guidebook. A serger is required to take this class.

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Eight-Week Class | Introduction to Ceramics - Tuesday

  • When 6-8:30 p.m., Tuesdays, Jan. 17 – March 7
  • Cost $225
  • Location The Studios | Lynda and Chuck Nelson Wheel Throwing Studio and Kim and Steve Bruno Hand Building Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Liz Parham
  • Age Requirements 18+

Learn to create sculptural forms and functional vessels like mugs, plates and bowls in this course that introduces hand building and wheel throwing techniques. Remind your fingers they can do more than scroll. No experience necessary.

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Eight-Week Class | Sewing Fundamentals Expanded

  • When 6-9 p.m., Tuesdays, Jan. 17 – March 7
  • Cost $285
  • Location The Studios | Josie Eresch Fibers Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Amber Layne
  • Age Requirements 16+

Build on skills acquired in Sewing Fundamentals. Learn advanced sewing techniques such as darts, ruffles, pleats and other shaping techniques, curved sewing, top stitching, lining, creating and using buttonholes, and understanding and utilizing types of zippers and elastics.

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Eight-Week Class | Introduction to Jewelry and Metalsmithing - Tuesday

  • When 6-9 p.m., Tuesdays, Jan. 17 – March 7
  • Cost $295
  • Location The Studios | Flex Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Taylor Martin
  • Age Requirements 18+

Design and make your own jewelry! Learn basic metalsmithing techniques, such as stone setting, ring sizing, soldering, texturizing metal, sawing and custom finishing.

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Four-Week Class | Ceramics Special Topics: Lidded Vessels

  • When 6-8:30 p.m., Tuesdays, Jan. 17 – Feb. 7
  • Cost $150
  • Location The Studios | Lynda and Chuck Nelson Wheel Throwing Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Joe Cox
  • Age Requirements 18+

Join artist Joe Cox in this wheel-based class and learn how to make lidded vessels.

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Eight-Week Class | Fuss-Free Quilting

  • When 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Wednesdays, Jan. 18 – March 8
  • Cost $265
  • Location The Studios | Josie Eresch Fibers Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Amber Layne
  • Age Requirements 16+

Want a relaxed approach to quilting techniques? Learn machine quilt construction without getting your knickers in a wad. By the end of class, you will have made a small quilt that you can drape over your couch or the nearest baby and low-key brag, “Yeah, I made that.”

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Eight-Week Class | Introduction to Ceramics - Wednesday

  • When 10:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m., Wednesdays, Jan. 18 – March 8
  • Cost $225
  • Location The Studios | Lynda and Chuck Nelson Wheel Throwing Studio and Kim and Steve Bruno Hand Building Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Liv Egan
  • Age Requirements 18+

Learn to create sculptural forms and functional vessels like mugs, plates and bowls in this course that introduces hand building and wheel throwing techniques. Remind your fingers they can do more than scroll. No experience necessary.

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Four-Week Class | Printmaking Experimentation: Monotypes and More

  • When 1:30-4:30 p.m., Wednesdays, Jan. 18 – Feb. 8
  • Cost $185
  • Location The Studios | Flex Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Kathleen Blake
  • Age Requirements 16+

Experiment with monotype printmaking and various mark-making techniques. Learn how to use an etching press, and create one image from multiple plates. You’ll leave the class with many prints.

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Four-Week Class | Watercolor: Cacti and Succulents!

  • When 6-8 p.m., Wednesday, Jan. 18 – Feb. 8
  • Cost $150
  • Location Main Building | Mary L. Clements Studio One
  • Instructor / Presenter Sylvie Mayer
  • Age Requirements 16+

Kitchen sink full of dishes that mock your questionable meal choices? Pile of dirty laundry bigger than your janky car? Ditch your OKC reality, and pretend your life is Joshua Tree dreamy. Learn to paint plump succulents and cool cacti in watercolor.

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Eight-Week Class | Wheel Throwing 1 - Wednesday

  • When 6-8:30 p.m., Wednesdays, Jan. 18 – March 8
  • Cost $225
  • Location The Studios | Lynda and Chuck Nelson Wheel Throwing Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Joe Cox
  • Age Requirements 18+

Prerequisite: Introduction to Ceramics.

Expanding on the techniques covered in Introduction to Ceramics, this class will improve your skills on the wheel. Make mugs, cups and bowls while learning more about firing techniques, temperatures and atmospheres.

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Eight-Week Class | Garment Construction

  • When 6-9 p.m., Wednesdays, Jan. 18 – March 8
  • Cost $285
  • Location The Studios | Josie Eresch Fibers Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Amber Layne
  • Age Requirements 16+

This advanced course expands the techniques taught in Sewing Fundamentals and Sewing Fundamentals Expanded. Learn the basics of taking and working with measurements and how to understand, work from and modify a simple pattern.

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Opening celebration | The Art of Food

  • When Feb. 9, 6-9 p.m.
  • Cost $20 (members get free tickets)
  • Location Eleanor Kirkpatrick Main Gallery
  • Age Requirements 21 and up

Join us for the opening celebration for The Art of Food: From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation. This fun, thoughtful exhibition features more than 100 artworks by 36 well-known contemporary artists, including Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Jenny Holzer and Ed Ruscha.

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Thursday Night Late Workshop | Naughty Needlework

  • When 7-9 p.m., Thursday Feb. 9
  • Cost $55
  • Location The Studios | Flex Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Darci Lenker
  • Age Requirements 21+

Back by popular demand! Make a saucy needlework for your Valentine or yourself. Tell us how you really feel and craft some text that you can’t find on those candy conversation hearts.

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Second Saturday

  • When Feb. 11, 1-4 p.m.
  • Cost Free
  • Location Main Building
  • Age Requirements All ages

Enjoy an afternoon of art-making with us! Make a clay portrait, join a family-friendly tour of our gallery and explore an Art Pack full of engaging activities for all ages. All Second Saturday activities are free and open to the public.

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Thursday Night Late Workshop | Make A Custom Ring

  • When 6-9 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 16
  • Cost $325 per couple
  • Location The Studios | Flex Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Taylor Martin
  • Age Requirements 21+

Make Valentine’s Day last all year! Hang out with your partner or BFF and design and craft a custom, sterling-silver band for each of you. No experience necessary. Limited to two couples.

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Friday Night Workshop | Valentine’s Date Night on the Wheel

  • When 7-9 p.m., Friday, Feb. 17
  • Cost $140 per couple
  • Location The Studios | Lynda and Chuck Nelson Wheel Throwing Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Liv Egan
  • Age Requirements 21+

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, reenact your favorite pottery scenes from the movie Ghost without the inconvenience of your significant other getting murdered. You and your companion will have a great time learning to use the potter’s wheel and making a small bowl.

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One-off Workshops | Ceramic Heart-Shaped Dishes

  • When 7-9 p.m., Friday, Feb. 17
  • Cost $65
  • Location The Studios | Flex Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Marissa Childers
  • Age Requirements 21+

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with a heart-shaped ceramic dish. Make it with someone special in mind ... or to make someone special mind you.

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Four-Week Class | Ceramics Special Topics: Slip Trailing

  • When 6-8:30 p.m., Tuesdays, Feb. 21 – March 21 | No class March 14
  • Cost $150
  • Location The Studios | Kim and Steve Bruno Hand Building Throwing Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Grace Potter
  • Age Requirements 18+

Learn to utilize slip trailing as a unique sculpting method. Achieve high levels of detail, create designs on top of ceramic forms or make delicate stand-alone sculptures.

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Four-Week Class | Watercolor: Cake! Cake! Cake!

  • When 6-8 p.m., Wednesday, Feb 22 – Mar. 15
  • Cost $165
  • Location Main Building | Mary L. Clements Studio One
  • Instructor / Presenter Jenny Elton
  • Age Requirements 16+

Life is short, possibly meaningless and full of sorrow but, hey, we have CAKE! Learn to paint with watercolor by looking at cakes and other decadent desserts. At the end of each class, you’ll eat what you’ve been painting.

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Thursday Night Late Workshop | Ceramic Heart-Shaped Dishes

  • When 7-9 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 23
  • Cost $65
  • Location The Studios | Flex Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Marissa Childers
  • Age Requirements 21+

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with a heart-shaped ceramic dish. Make it with someone special in mind ... or to make someone special mind you.

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Superstitions

  • When Feb. 23, 7 p.m.
  • Cost Sliding scale tickets
  • Location Te Ata Theater
  • Instructor / Presenter OKC Rep

A foreigner finds a penny on the ground. When he tries to offer it to a stranger — it sparks an absurd and frightening conversation about American “bad luck.” A group of strangers intersect in this comedy about navigating personal and national terrors. Presented in partnership with OKC Rep.

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Friday Night Late Workshop | Date Night on the Wheel

  • When 7-9 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 24
  • Cost $140 per couple
  • Location The Studios | Lynda and Chuck Nelson Wheel Throwing Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Brian Bosworth
  • Age Requirements 21+

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, reenact your favorite pottery scenes from the movie Ghost without the inconvenience of your significant other getting murdered. You and your companion will have a great time learning to use the potter’s wheel and making a small bowl.

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Superstitions

  • When Feb. 24 & 25, March 2-4, 8 p.m.
  • Cost Sliding scale tickets
  • Location Te Ata Theater
  • Instructor / Presenter OKC Rep

A foreigner finds a penny on the ground. When he tries to offer it to a stranger — it sparks an absurd and frightening conversation about American “bad luck.” A group of strangers intersect in this comedy about navigating personal and national terrors. Presented in partnership with OKC Rep.

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Superstitions

  • When Feb. 25 & 26, March 4 & 5, 2 p.m.
  • Cost Sliding scale tickets
  • Location Te Ata Theater
  • Instructor / Presenter OKC Rep

A foreigner finds a penny on the ground. When he tries to offer it to a stranger — it sparks an absurd and frightening conversation about American “bad luck.” A group of strangers intersect in this comedy about navigating personal and national terrors. Presented in partnership with OKC Rep.

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Thursday Night Late Workshop | Ceramic Jewelry

  • When 7-9 p.m., Thursdays, March 2 and 9
  • Cost $75
  • Location The Studios | Flex Studio
  • Instructor / Presenter Marissa Childers
  • Age Requirements 21+

In this two-session workshop, artist Marissa Childers will teach you how to create unique ceramic earrings and a pendant that are as swanky or subtle as you. We want you to have nice things.

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Wednesday 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.

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Phone: 405 951 0000
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