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Special Event | The Art of Beer
2-8 p.m. | South Campbell Art Park, Showroom and Studio School lawns
Join us for this free, family-friendly event, celebrating art, brewing and community with our Automobile Alley friends. Make and enjoy art, plus purchase beer from local Auto Alley breweries, including Prairie Artisan Ales, Twisted Spike, Vanessa House and Skydance. Attendees must provide proof of age to buy alcohol.
Activities, food trucks and all the fun is detailed here. Hang out in the shade, play lawn games, create and explore art — and enjoy plenty of beer.
Opening Reception and Artist Talk | Abstract Remix
6-8 p.m. | Main Building | Mary LeFlore Clements Oklahoma Gallery
Reserve free tickets here
Join us for a reception and artist talk to celebrate the opening of Abstract Remix. The opening reception will be held 6-7 p.m., and the talk, in which artists Rhiana Deck, Codak Smith, Kalee Jones W., May Yang and curator Pablo Barrera will discuss the exhibition and contemporary mural practice, will begin at 7 p.m.
Thursday Night Late Workshop | Wall Weaving
7-9 p.m. | Howard Family Charitable Foundation Studio Three
Register here by noon the day of the event
Performance | Djaspora Productions presents Notes on Survival
7-8 p.m. | Main Building | Te Ata Theater
Pay-as-you-can (suggested donation $5 or $10) and free tickets here
Directed by Marie Casimir, Notes on Survival, is a multimedia performance that shifts the dancers and audience between moments of protest, rest, and pure joy. Anchored in both the public and private experiences of Black Oklahoman Womxn activists, this dance-theater piece questions if Black Womxn can and should save us. We gather across time and space to share notes about what it means to truly be free in the fight for racial and gender equity.
Learn more here.