Monthly Archives: December 2011

Art-worthy New Year’s Resolutions

–Jennifer

Is This Tweet Seat Taken?

Here are five Links to stories about arts organizations offering “tweet seats” to patrons in exchange for tweeting during performances. Are you or your arts organization on Twitter, Facebook or better yet, signed up for Klout? If not, it’s never too late to start building your social media profile. This stuff is not going away. More […]

12 Days to Celebrate the Arts in Oklahoma This Holiday Season

It takes a lot of creative intelligence and some artistic license thrown in for good measure to put together amazing holiday light displays like this one at Bartlesville’s Woolaroc Museum and Wildlife Preserve. We’ve compiled a list of 12 arts-related things you can do all across Oklahoma between now and Christmas Day (December 25). We even […]

Why it’s important to sign up for a DUNS number

It’s that time of year again – time to make sure you are registered for a DUNS number, so you can be counted! Oklahomans for the Arts and Americans for the Arts strongly encourage individual artists, creative entrepreneurs, and nonprofit organizations to register for a Dun and Bradstreet (DUNS) number online. One of the main […]

The End Is Totally Nigh Campaign: How You Can Help Create A Local Indie Comic

EDITOR’S NOTE: Oklahomans for the Arts, Inc., is a big believer in crowd-source funding sites. Defined as online threshold pledge systems, they can help creative projects garner the funds they need to make it to full fruition. We posted about Helpers Unite in October, and today, we’re excited to host a guest post about crowdfunding via Kickstarter from Oklahoma City-based designer Kara Barrett. […]

Deadline for Leadership Arts Applications Nearing

Historic Medicine Park is the site of one four Leadership Arts training sessions. Image via WikipediaThe deadline to get your application in for the 2012 Leadership Arts is just 10 days away. Applications are due to the Oklahoma Arts Council by December 15. Leadership Arts is a statewide program that  helps further educate Oklahoma’s foremost […]

Philbrook helps creative industries education campaign go viral

In case you aren’t one of the nearly 14,000 people that thumbed up a status update on Philbrook Museum of Art’s Facebook page recently, this will be new information for you. The Detroit College of Creative Studies launched an amazing public awareness campaign a few days ago. Here is a sample of the print ads. […]