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…Read the full story.
Art in miniature continues to provide an opportunity for art patrons to add to their collection while supporting the Arts in Sapulpa. The Opening Reception and Art Show will be May 19 from 4:30 to 7 p.m. at Over Edukated. All proceeds from the annual event help fund ARTeries free art classes for 55+ and Oasis Alzheimer’s…Read the full story.
In a series called “50 Stories 50 Years” an arts advocacy site called “Oklahomans for the Arts” has listed Sapulpa’s Arts program as one that provides valuable and integral programs to the communities, and shows us what would happen should the state cut the Oklahoma Arts Council budget:Read the full story.
The last of four “Mixed Media” Classes for those aged 55+, will be on December 2nd from 1 – 3pm at the Sapulpa Senior Citizen Community Center. Each of the four classes has produced different projects using various types of papers, paints and techniques. This free class is sponsored by Sapulpa Arts and The Oklahoma Arts…Read the full story.