Monthly Archives: October 2012

Learn About Advocacy at the Oklahoma Arts Conference

From left to right: Suzanne Tate, Founding Member of Oklahomans for the Arts; Tyler Bridges, Superintendent, Pleasant Grove Public Schools (Shawnee); Robbie Kienzel, Arts and Cultural Affairs Liaison, City of Oklahoma City and Jerrod Shouse, Registered Lobbyist and Principal of Shouse and Associates, will serve on a panel about advocacy and the arts at the […]

Oklahoma Arts Conference Kicks Off with Registration, Reception Today

Registration is open from 1 to 5 p.m. today for the annual Oklahoma Arts Conference. The conference will be held at the Skirvin Hilton Hotel, Oklahoma City. An interactive photo booth project by Skirvin artist-in-residence, Romy Owens, is open from 1 to 8 p.m.. Have fun posing with friends at Take It To The Bridge. […]

Music and Learning

Compiled By: Online Colleges Guide –Jennifer

Oklahoma City Reaps Harvest of Good News

Oklahoma City’s Farmer’s Market | 9.29.2012 For the third month in a row, Oklahoma City is at the top of the “On Numbers Economic Index,” put out by The Business Journals. The index measures the relative economic vitality of more than 100 metropolitan areas that have more than 500,000 residents. This month, Oklahoma City came […]

The Biggest Star of the Presidential Debate Was 8 Feet Tall

According to the Social Network, Kred, a San Francisco-based company that measures online influence, Big Bird, the most notable star of the educational program Sesame Street, was the most memorable character in the recent presidential debate.  During the debate, both candidates, President Obama and Governor Romney, worked to distinguish himself. In doing so, Romney declared […]

Oklahoma Arts Conference Wordle and Palette

We put together a wordle for the Oklahoma Arts Conference along with a palette generated from the Oklahoma Arts Council’s conference branding design. The wordle features some of the tour locations, panel and presentation topics and speakers. Enjoy and share! –Jennifer

Music Makes You Smarter Infographic

Music Makes You Smarter! –Jennifer

Six Reasons To Attend the Oklahoma Arts Conference

As we prepare for this year’s Oklahoma Arts Conference in Oklahoma City, October 23-24, please review the following six reasons you should attend. NetworkThe conference is a place for you to connect with the professional, Oklahoma arts community, and engross yourself in a setting of like-minded people sharing best practices and their lives. You’ll have […]