Don Nevard Photography & OSSM Fine Art Program Opening Reception at The Art Hall
May
4
6:00 PM18:00

Don Nevard Photography & OSSM Fine Art Program Opening Reception at The Art Hall

The Art Hall is thrilled to host a dual event on Friday, May 4th, 2018, from 6-10pm. On this special evening, we will be celebrating the opening of our summer exhibition of photography by Donald B. Nevard, as well as hosting the Oklahoma School of Science and Math Fine Arts Program Silent Art Auction. 

Donald B. Nevard's photography encompasses the unedited imagery he captured while on photo-safaris in Kenya, South Africa, and Zambia. Don is an Oklahoma City-based attorney and photographer who has traveled to Africa regularly over several years. This exhibition will be on view through mid-August, 2018.

Also during this reception, the gallery will host the Oklahoma School of Science and Math's annual Fine Arts Program Silent Art Auction. Beautiful artwork by OSSM students will be on view and available for sale, with all proceeds going to the school's Fine Arts department. The Art Hall is thrilled to partner with OSSM on this important event.

Please join us from 6-10pm for this free, all-ages event. Drinks and bites available, as always! We look forward to seeing you.

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The Art Hall is located in The Rise building, near NW 23rd Street and Walker Avenue. There are entrances on 23rd Street and from the north parking lot.

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Oct
6
6:00 PM18:00

Hodge Podge Opening Reception

It's already time for the next exhibition at The Art Hall! This show, tentatively titled Hodge Podge, features a very diverse group of over ten local artists. For the first time, we will show sculpture, functional lighting, and other interesting media. 

Our opening will be Friday, October 6th, from 6-9pm. A VIP tour is available at 5:30pm with the purchase of a Friends of Uptown 23rd membership. As usual, we'll work with our local business friends on food, drink, and music. 

The Art Hall, 519 NW 23rd Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73103

Visit our website for more information about the gallery.

Facebook event found here.

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SideStories Opening Reception at The Art Hall
Jun
9
5:30 PM17:30

SideStories Opening Reception at The Art Hall

The Art Hall is very excited to announce our next exhibition, SideStories, which I curated and which will open on June 9th. It is going to be a beautiful and strong show of work by a diverse group of twelve women artists, all from Oklahoma. There is a thematic undercurrent of storytelling among much of the work, and as a curator I aimed to include artists whose voices, or stories, may be underrepresented in some way. Hence the name SideStories - stories from the sidelines.

The opening will be Friday, June 9th, from 5:30-9pm, and we will have a performance at 7pm by Marie Casimir. The show will be on view through September. As usual, we'll have local folks do drinks etc. 

The Art Hall, 519 NW 23rd Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73103

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Oct
14
6:00 PM18:00

Susan Morrison-Dyke & Tony Dyke Opening Reception at The Art Hall

The Art Hall is thrilled to announce the opening of our next exhibition featuring the artwork of Susan Morrison-Dyke and Tony Dyke, two highly talented and respected Oklahoma City artists. Please join us in celebrating this superb exhibition with a reception for the artists on Friday evening, October 14th, at The Art Hall. 

Come check out this great space, have a drink and a bite, and support local art with us! As always, admission is free - as access to art should be. Not to fret if you can't make it to the opening - the exhibition will be on view from October 1st through the end of the year. The Art Hall is located in The Rise building, next door to the Drake and Urban Teahouse. It is accessible from 23rd Street and the Rise's north parking lot. For more info, see our Facebook event.

About the artists:
Susan and Tony live and maintain studios in Oklahoma City and have work in several important private and public collections. You may know them from their public murals at the Bricktown Ballpark and other OKC venues. For full bios, please visit The Art Hall website.

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Jun
3
6:00 PM18:00

Gregory Brindley: Photography Opening

Please join us as we celebrate the opening of an exhibition of recent work by Oklahoma photographer Gregory Brindley. This exhibition presents recent landscape, street, and travel photography, and three distinct bodies of work are sampled and exhibited here: the West, Antelope, and Turkey series. West is composed of photographs taken in state and national parks in the Western United States, including Yosemite National Park, the Grand Canyon, and Zion National Park, among others. Antelope features images from Antelope Canyon, a naturally formed slot canyon located on Navajo land in Arizona. Turkey reflects on Greg’s travels through the country of Turkey and includes portraits, landscapes, and interior scenes. While these series were not originally intended to be grouped together, the selections from these series work with and complement each other, both stylistically and aesthetically, and when considered collectively as a study on engagement, immediacy, and the effects of the passage of time on both people and nature.

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Jun
3
to Sep 27

Gregory Brindley: Photography at the Art Hall at the Rise

Gregory Brindley: Photography will be on view through September 2016. Please visit the Art Hall at the Rise anytime the Urban Teahouse is open: M-F 8am-9pm; Sat 10am-9pm; Sun 12-6pm. 

This exhibition presents recent landscape, street, and travel photography, and three distinct bodies of work are sampled and exhibited here: the West,Antelope, and Turkey series. West is composed of photographs taken in state and national parks in the Western United States, including Yosemite National Park, the Grand Canyon, and Zion National Park, among others. Antelope features images from Antelope Canyon, a naturally formed slot canyon located on Navajo land in Arizona. Turkeyreflects on Greg’s travels through the country of Turkey and includes portraits, landscapes, and interior scenes. While these series were not originally intended to be grouped together, the selections from these series work with and complement each other, both stylistically and aesthetically, and when considered collectively as a study on engagement, immediacy, and the effects of the passage of time on both people and nature.

 

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