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Oklahoma Arts Council News

Final Deadline to Register for 2018 Conference

Registration for the 2018 Oklahoma Arts Conference  ends this Wednesday, October 10. If you missed the earlybird rate, there's still time to register, and the fee is only $159 for two full days of events, workshops, breakout sessions, and much more.


Participate in an Oklahoma Traditional Arts Forum on October 23

Uniquely passed down from one generation to the next, traditional and folk art forms in Oklahoma are inseparable from our identity as a state. In order to preserve and elevate these art forms, and as a way of supporting cultural practices and engaging refugees and new immigrant populations in our state, the Oklahoma Arts Council will present the first-ever Oklahoma Cultural Arts, Heritage, and Folk Art Forum on Tuesday, October 23.


Oklahoma Arts Council Seeks Grants Director

The Oklahoma Arts Council (OAC) is seeking an experienced Grants Director to administer the agency's various grant programs. The person in this position manages the overall review process of applications for funding received by the OAC. He/she oversees teams of panelists and the awarding of grant contracts.


Muskogee Benefits from OAC Cultural District Initiative

Participation in the Oklahoma Arts Council's Cultural District Development program by community members in Muskogee is paying them dividends. An $800,000 multi-year grant from the City of Muskogee Foundation was recently secured toward the creation of the Depot Green, a future downtown community gathering place. The grant is in addition to funding totaling $165,000 from other sources for the project.