Sapulpa Arts & Humanities Foundation held its 35th Annual Art Show on Saturday, September 10th with more than 100 pieces of art created by artists of all ages. See the winners!
“Arts Explore! Camp is a great opportunity for your child to express themselves through the arts as they explore the culture of the world outside of Sapulpa”
Check out these amazing photos and read the story on the Sapulpa art teacher who painted this mural at the Tulsa Airport!
The Sapulpa Historical Society and Museum will display “Tour de Quartz” exhibit during the month of April in conjunction with the Oklahoma Arts Institute.
Sapulpa Arts celebrates 35 years with a new name and new goals for the future. Get a look at what they’re planning for 2022!
Kole Simmons won Best of Show with his “Fancy Puppy” submission. Plus, see who won People’s Choice!
What do the history of Latin America and the arts have in common? Sapulpa Arts hosted 68 second through eighth graders last week who know!
The Fourth Annual Rock Creek Festival will feature three local bands, regional wineries and breweries, artist booths and food trucks.
What does the History of Africa and the arts have in common? Come and explore through music, drama, movement and visual arts July 17-21, at Holmes Park Elementary. The program is designed for second through seventh graders. Applications can be picked up at 101 E. Dewey or download from the Sapulpa Arts Facebook page. Arts…
All adult work must be FRAMED and WIRED for hanging. Drop off is on June2nd, 3pm-7pm at Over Edukated.