Red Earth Art Center celebrates the holidays with a Native twist; Offers ‘Stay & Play’ Weekend Getaway discounts
This holiday season Oklahoma City’s Red Earth Art Center invites the public to Stay & Play in OKC during the second Red Earth Treefest. Red Earth will celebrate the Christmas season with a decidedly Native twist this year when Treefest opens free to the public for an 11-week run November 1 through January 13, 2017 in downtown Oklahoma City. Red Earth Treefest features 17 Christmas trees adorned with handmade ornaments created to highlight the diverse Native cultures that make Oklahoma unique.
Larry Wilson (Cherokee) of Edmond, OK will be recognized during the 30th annual Red Earth Festival in June as recipient of the 2016 Red Earth “Spirit Award” for his years of service to the non-profit arts organization.
Red Earth is currently seeking art entries from Native American students ages 9-18 for the 30th Annual Red Earth Youth Art Competition and Show. The event is held in during the annual Red Earth Festival, scheduled June 10-12 at the Cox Convention Center in downtown Oklahoma City.
Applications for new artists interested in participating in the 30th Red Earth Festival art market are currently being accepted for the event scheduled June 10-12, 2016 at the Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City.
The Red Earth Art Center will celebrate the Christmas season with a decidedly Native twist this year. A new holiday tradition starts this season when the month-long Red Earth Treefest opens free to the public December 1 at the Red Earth Art Center in downtown Oklahoma City.
Award-winning Osage artist Clancy Gray is featured in a one-man show at downtown Oklahoma City’s Red Earth Art Center. In the Spotlight: The Art of Clancy Gray continues through December 30 as Red Earth continues to showcase the diversity of Native American artists.
Get out your western duds and join Red Earth for a rollicking night at the Will Rogers Theatre & Event Center during the Red Earth Buffalo Bash & Wild West Showdown.
Award-winning Choctaw/Cherokee artist Paul Hacker is featured in a one-man show in downtown Oklahoma City’s Red Earth Art Center. In the Spotlight: The Art of Paul Hacker continues through October 29 as it highlights the diversity of Native American artists.
After four weeks of voting, USA TODAY 10Best announced today their Top 10 winners for America’s Best Arts Festival as voted upon by their readers. Oklahoma City's annual Red Earth Festival joined an impressive list of Festivals throughout the country as the 10 Best in the USA.
Red Earth is offering a 20% discount off the regular price of admission to the 29th Annual Red Earth Festival, scheduled June 5-7 at the Cox Convention Center in downtown Oklahoma City.