Monthly Archives: May 2015

May 20

Budget Proposal Reduces Arts & Culture Funding for FY16

Legislative leadership released the draft of the FY2016 budget yesterday.   The budget proposal, which reduces the Oklahoma Arts Council’s budget by 7.25%, will reduce the ability of arts and culture organizations to improve our state’s communities, economy and education including providing access to citizens who might not otherwise have it.   While we know […]

May 13

American Indian Cultural Center & OKPOP Museum: Supporting Cultural Opportunities in OK

Oklahomans for the Arts supports cultural opportunities across the state and public investment to start and sustain such opportunities. The Oklahoma Legislature is considering measures that would have significant impacts on two major cultural institutions in the state. Oklahomans for the Arts supports the funding of the OKPOP Museum and the American Indian Cultural Center […]

May 01

See These Artists Create at OK Arts Day

Oklahoma Arts Day will fill the State Capitol with art in many forms on May 5, 2015. Besides visiting and learning about 40+ community arts organizations, visitors can watch musical performances, participate in art projects and watch artists create. Most of the day come to the 4th floor of the State Capitol to find the artists. […]