Monthly Archives: March 2012

Sign Up for Arts Day at the Oklahoma Capitol 2012

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Any Given Child: Tulsa, Arts Education and the Kennedy Center

Last year, Tulsa was one of seven communities selected for participation in the Kennedy’s Center’s Any Given Child program. The program is designed to assist a community in planning strategically to provide an equitable arts education for students in grades Kindergarten through grade 8, using the existing resources of the school district, the local arts community, […]

Six nominees to the Oklahoma Arts Council approved by Senate Education Committee

Sixteen of Gov. Mary Fallin’s nominees to various education and education-related entities won the approval Monday of the Senate Education Committee. Six nominees to the Oklahoma Arts Council were approved, including: Susan Coles, of Edmond, to serve a three-year term ending July 1, 2014, succeeding James Tolbert III, sponsored by Sen. Greg Treat, R-Edmond; Ann […]

State Treasurer Ken Miller Calls for Cuts to Museums, Theatres

The following in an opinion editorial released for publication by Oklahoma State Treasurer Ken Miller. We’ve bolded in red his words about cutting funding to museumes and theatrers. As always, we invite your comments about public funding for the arts and encourage your to share liberally this dialogue with your social networks. Building a Better […]