The Grapes of Wrath (1940), Where the Red Fern Grows (1974), The Outsiders (1983), Rain Man (1988), Twister (1996), The Killer Inside Me (2010) and August: Osage County (2013) have one significant similarity, they were filmed, at least in part, in Oklahoma. It takes more than actors to make a movie. From Gaffers and Grips to Electricians, Welders and Carpenters, the movie industry provides employment opportunities for Oklahomans. Taught by experienced industry professionals learn what… Continue Reading deadCenter Film Festival
The BisonBison Film Festival recognizes, promotes and showcases the work of emerging filmmakers enrolled in colleges, universities and trade schools in mid-America: Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Texas and Arkansas. This event will now be a streaming event. Visit their website for details.
Check out the Museum's virtual tours at Noon-Central Time during the week of March 31-April 4 on Facebook by clicking here. Tuesday, March 31: Jim Henson Exhibit Tour (live) Wednesday, April 1 - Women of the Banjo, a first look at the upcoming exhibit Thursday, April 2 - Banjo Set-up Workshop (live) Friday, April 3 - Johnny Baier Concert (live) Saturday, April 4 - Hall of Fame Highlights, looking back at last year's hall of fame… Continue Reading American Banjo Museum’s Virtual at Noon
This week's streaming concert from Scissortail Park features Oklahoma musician and band, Hotel Nights with Chase Kerby. Each week, Scissortail Park provides free online music to support local artists while highlighting a different location in Scissortail Park. Videos are privately recorded to maintain social distancing guidelines. The concerts are streamed on the Scissortail Park Facebook page, and on the Scissortail Park OKC YouTube channel.