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Buildings are much more than just homes, shelters, or workplaces, says OU grad student Joey Behrens.
Behrens explores this concept in her artwork: prints and colorful oil paintings of cityscapes, distorted skyscrapers, and, more recently, a wearable collection of sculptures that she calls Architecture Embodied.
Technology plays a huge role in our daily lives. Whether it's texting, running groceries through the checkout line or simply channel surfing while sitting on the couch, we're all tech-heads to some extent.
Our dependence–or infatuation–with technology will be examined this Thursday during a free screening of Small, Beautifully Moving Parts, the next film in the Athena Cinema's "Science on Screen" series.
The artist George Segal was probably best known for his white life-size sculptures, idling endlessly at bus stops or sitting frozen on public benches. However, the Kennedy Museum of Art's new Segal exhibit is all about prints, not plaster. Starting today, prints from Segal's 1975 Blue Jean Series are on display at the museum, each… Read More
On Feb. 24 Central Venue will host its second Slow Down Sunday, a locavore potluck event featuring music from J.D. Hutchison, Todd Burge and Kelly Latimore, along with a photography exhibit by Charles Yesenczki.
Think piano pop with a soulful smudge of indie-blues and you have the sound of Michael Rinaldi-Eichenberg's clocksyellow#9, a 10-track ride of relationships gone wrong.
Don’t let the dark theme fool you, though. This album is pleasantly all over the place, with several songs sporting upbeat, catchy harmonies.