Monthly Archives: December 2012

OFTA Membership Special!

The world did not end! To celebrate, Oklahomans for the Arts is running a new-members only membership special. New members can join for just $5 (FIVE BUCKS!) between now and January 2. Existing individual members may join for $25. And, when you join for the first time, Oklahomans for the Arts will send you a […]

2013 Arts Journalism Internship

According to Americans for the Arts, arts journalism and arts criticism are in serious decline in most American communities. While many local arts agencies are actively engaged in arts marketing initiatives, only a handful are actively involved in partnerships and collaborations to explore new models of arts journalism. In addition, public funding for the arts is […]

Kaiser Foundation Issues Call to Artists for Woody Guthrie Mural Project

Charles Banks Wilson’s painting of Woody Guthrie | Oklahoma State Capitol The George Kaiser Family Foundation (GKFF) is dedicated to breaking the cycle of povertythrough investments in early childhood education, community health, social services and civicenhancement. Based in Tulsa, GKFF is a proud supporter of life affirming civic initiatives thatcontribute to a vibrant and engaged […]

Did You Know?

Yesterday, we kicked off our Did You Know series on Facebook. We were so excited to see it shared on the social networks of 33 of our fans. Thanks so much! We’ll be posting more Did You Knows in the weeks to come. Thanks for following along and sharing information about the importance of arts […]

Join OFTA

Join Oklahomans for the Arts! –Jennifer

Take Action: Incentives for Charitable Giving Threatened

AMERICANS FOR THE ARTS (December 5, 2012) — — As Congress and the White House consider various proposals to avoid the impending fiscal cliff scenario of more than $600 billion in federal spending cuts and tax increases for 2013, some have set their sights on limiting the deductions for charitable gifts and possibly even the […]

How To Think Like An Artist

Think Like An Artist Infographic –Jennifer