Inspired by Oklahoma Contemporary’s inaugural exhibition, Arts Council Oklahoma City presents Spotlight Concert Series, celebrating the “bright future” of Oklahoma City’s entertainment community with unforgettable live performances. Part of Bright Golden Haze: Reflections, the performances (biweekly September 17th through November 12th) will be held on the north lawn of Oklahoma Contemporary’s beautiful new building at 11 NW 11th Street. Reservations are required.
Click the button below to reserve your free spot for Charles Burton Band performance on November 12th
*No outside food or drinks please, but don’t worry – Cafe Contemporary will be open for all refreshment needs!
More about Bright Golden Haze: Reflections
presented by The Kirkpatrick Family Fund
Bright Golden Haze, Oklahoma Contemporary’s inaugural exhibition, explores the ways artists use light to create place, both geographic and conceptual, inspired by the quality of light and space in the state and the new building itself. The exhibition, which takes its title from Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma!,presents works by artists from around the world and in Oklahoma, each providing a unique perspective on how environment, identity and perception are shaped through the medium of light.
The Kirkpatrick Family Fund, one of the leading philanthropies providing support to nonprofit organizations in central Oklahoma, has funded a series of grants for Oklahoma City arts and cultural organizations collaborating with Oklahoma Contemporary to produce exhibitions and programs related to Bright Golden Haze. Grantee exhibitions/programs can interpret the curatorial framework of light as a medium in any number of ways.