The streets of downtown Oklahoma City will vibrate in Native American tribal spirit as hundreds of participants in authentic tribal regalia participate in what has been referred to as America’s most unique parade.
Oklahoma City’s $100 million Remington Park, one of America’s top horseracing facilities, is the site of the 2014 Red Earth Festival scheduled June 5-7 in northeast Oklahoma City’s Adventure District.
The exclusive Oklahoma City Golf & Country Club, Oklahoma City’s most historic and prestigious golf course, is the site of the 18th annual Allie Reynolds Memorial Golf Tournament. The tournament, scheduled Monday, April 14 at 11 a.m., benefits year-round programming at Red Earth, Inc. and gives participants a chance to win fantastic prizes.
A new slate of officers will oversee the operations of the Red Earth Museum and the additional programs of the organization including the 28th annual Red Earth Festival scheduled June 5-7, 2014 at Remington Park in Oklahoma City.
While construction projects on the exterior of the Red Earth Museum continue in downtown Oklahoma City, the museum has opened the 2013 Red Earth Master Artist Show entitled “Through the Eyes of the Artist.” The exhibition features award winning Red Earth Festival artists with text and audio from interviews collected by the Oklahoma State University Oklahoma Oral History Research Program.
The $100 million Remington Park, transformed into one of America’s top horseracing facilities, is the site of the 2014 Red Earth Festival schedule June 5-7 in northeast Oklahoma City’s Adventure District.
The Red Earth Festival Parade in downtown Oklahoma City is often referred to as America’s most unique parade.
When the 27th Annual Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival opens at the Cox Convention Center Friday June 7, 2013 in downtown Oklahoma City, OK, more than 1200 American Indian artists, dancers and singers from throughout North America will gather to celebrate the richness and diversity of their heritage with the world.
“Generations,” a new exhibit on view at downtown Oklahoma City’s Red Earth Museum, has been extended through April 2013. The exhibition features the varied and unique artistic styles of several generations of family members from six Oklahoma families.
The exclusive Oklahoma City Golf & Country club, Oklahoma City's most historic and prestigious golf course, is the site of the 17th annual Allie Reynolds Red Earth Golf Tournament. The tournament, scheduled Monday, April 15 at 11 a.m., benefits year-round programming at Red Earth, Inc. and gives participants a chance to win a new Rolex watch.
Artist applications for new artists interested in participating in the 27th annual Red Earth Festival art market are currently being accepted for the event scheduled June 7-9, 2013 at the Cox Convention Center in downtown Oklahoma City
A new slate of officers for FY 2013 has been elected to the Board of Directors of Red Earth, Inc, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization with a mission to promote American Indian arts and cultures through education, a premier festival, a museum and fine art markets.
“Doc Tate Nevaquaya: In the Realm of the Thirteen Feathers, “ an exhibition featuring original paintings, signed prints and a photographic essay on the life of Doc Tate Nevaquaya, is currently on view through January 31 at the Red Earth Museum in downtown Oklahoma City.
OKLAHOMA CLASSICS: Remington Park partners with Red Earth to offer Native American influences and top horse racing
The state’s rich culture steeped in Native American influences will be celebrated during a one-night only event later this month. Remington Park and Red Earth, Inc. will present Oklahoma Classics – an evening filled with Indian dancers, Native American storytelling and more than $1 million in purses during live Oklahoma-bred horse racing.
Traditional potter Lisa Rutherford (Cherokee) and contemporary painter Jim Van Deman (Delaware) combine their unique artistic visions to present a one-of a kind exhibition entitled “The Potter & The Painter” on view at the Red Earth Museum in downtown Oklahoma City through September 28.
Bill Glass Sr, of Locust Grove, OK will be recognized during the 26th Annual Red Earth Festival as the 2012 Red Earth Honored One. Since its inception in 1987, Red Earth, Inc has selected a Native American Master Visual artist whose support of Indian art has been substantial throughout his or her life for this annual recognition.
Neal McCaleb, Chairman of the Chickasaw Nation Industries, has been named the 2012 Red Earth Ambassador of the Year. He will be recognized during a noon luncheon scheduled Wednesday, June 7 tat the Skirvin Hilton leading up to the opening of the 26th Red Earth Festival on Friday, June 8 in downtown Oklahoma City
Downtown Oklahoma City’s Myriad Botanical Gardens is preparing for the installation of the Red Earth Invitational Sculpture Exhibit, an outdoor exhibition of works by renowned Native American artists including Denny Haskew, Enoch Kelly Haney, Janice Albro, Troy Anderson, Shan Gray, Clancy Gray, Gordon Tonips and others.
A new parade route that circles the Myriad Botanical Gardens following its $43 million makeover in downtown Oklahoma City will signal the opening of the 26th annual Red Earth Festival on Friday, June 8. The Red Earth parade has been referred to as America’s most unique parade and features hundreds of participants in authentic tribal regalia, drum groups, tribal princesses, floats, bands and other participants.
Oklahoma City will be the center of Native American cultures June 8-17, 2012 as the 26th annual Red Earth Festival joins forces with the Myriad Botanical Gardens, deadCENTER Film Festival and the Jim Thorpe Native American Games to present a weekend of art, film and sports expected to draw thousands to Oklahoma’s capitol city.