Oklahoma Art Museums

Posted by Janette on 04/28/2013

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Pablo Picasso said that “the purpose of art is to wash the dust of daily life off our souls.”

On the April edition of THE LIVING ROOM with Gerry Bonds, we celebrate Oklahoma’s premiere art museums: the stunning Oklahoma City Museum of Art; the brilliant Philbrook in Tulsa – with plans for expansion into the Brady Arts District; and the fabulous new OSU Museum of Art nearing completion in the Postal Plaza in Stillwater. LISTEN NOW - Oklahoma Art Museums - April 2013, Program 208

Gerry Bonds, Jennifer Klos and Catherine WhitneyCatherine Whitney and Jennifer Klos

Jennifer Klos, 
Associate Curator of the Oklahoma City Museum of Art and Catherine Whitney, Chief Curator of the Philbrook Museum share their passion for the arts and tell us about the impressive collections and exhibits at the state’s two most iconic art museums.

 

Rand Elliott and Gerry BondsVictoria Berry, Rand Elliott and Gerry Bonds

Victoria Berry, 
Director of the OSU Museum of Art and Rand Elliott, the new museum’s architect, give us a preview of the plans underway to transform an 80-year-old post office building into a spectacular showcase for OSU’s art collection.

 

 


And remember to enjoy the Oklahoma City Festival of the Arts April 23 through 28. It’s fun, it helps keep the arts strong in our community and it’s free!  -Debra Martin, Producer-

Support for THE LIVING ROOM with Gerry Bonds is provided by the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, presenting Family Day, April 13th from Noon to 5 pm. The event is open to the public and will include family tours, classic animated films, scavenger hunts, and drop-in drawings. More information at okcmoa.com.

Oklahoma Art Museums (April 2013 -Program 208)
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