About Red Earth

Red Earth, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization that promotes the traditions of American Indian arts and cultures through education, a premier festival, a museum and fine art markets. Learn more »

Red Earth Art Center reopens in the lobby of the BancFirst Tower

Red Earth is home to a respected permanent collection of Native fine art, pottery, basketry, textiles and bead work including the Deupree Cradleboard Collection - one of the finest of its kind in the Southwest.

On Monday January  17, the Red Earth Art Center will open to the public in the south lobby of downtown Oklahoma City's new BancFirst Tower. Planned for the coming year are a number of exciting special events and exhibitions. The Art Center is open free to the public Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm.  

Annual Events

Red Earth hosts several annual events throughout the year that promote the traditions of American Indian arts and cultures. Annual Events include:

  • Since 1987, the Red Earth Festival has drawn participants and spectators from around the world. The Festival highlights the diversity of Native cultures in the region and the country, doing so in an environment of the utmost quality and respect for both the artist and participant. The Festival is annually in June in Oklahoma City.
  • FallFest is a multi-faceted event celebrating Indigenous Peoples Day in Oklahoma City.  Scheduled for the Myriad Gardens on Saturday October 15, 2022, Fallfest includes an outdoor art market, dancing, food and cultural presentations.  The annual Red Earth Parade kicks off the festivities at 10 am in downtown OKC.
  •  The 8th Annual Treefest features Christmas trees decorated with handmade ornaments representing Oklahoma's diverse tribal nations.  Held annually at NorthPark Mall in Oklahoma City, Treefest will run from November 17, 2022 -- January 1, 2023.

Educational Programs

Red Earth's educational programs operate year-round, drawing from exhibits, workshops, demonstrations, and seminars that showcase art, dance, music, and literature. Learn more »