Ongoing Grant Events

The following events are funded in part by the Oklahoma Humanities Council.

Sketch to Screen:
Hollywood Costume Design
May 6 – August 15
Oklahoma City Museum of Art
415 Couch Dr., Oklahoma City
Information: 405/236-3100
www.okcmoa.com

Sketch to Screen: Hollywood Costume Design explores the role of costume designer in the film industry and the history of costume design in the 20th century. Costumes, garment design sketches, and accessories will illustrate the depth and scope of costume design and its ability to bring characters to life on the screen. A 14-week film series, lectures, and other activities will take place in conjunction with the exhibit. Contact the Museum [info above] for detailed information.

Portraits of Nepalese and Indian Royalty of the 1930s
June 24 – August 29
Sheerar Museum of Stillwater History
702 S. Duncan St., Stillwater
Information: 405/377-0359
www.sheerarmuseum.org

This exhibit will feature twenty-five photographs of the royal families of Nepal and India photographed by Richard Gordon Matzene.This exhibition is free and open to the public.

La Serenissima: 18th Century Venetian Paintings from North American Collections
September 9, 2010 – January 2, 2011
Oklahoma City Museum of Art
415 Couch Dr., Oklahoma City
Information: 405/236-3100
www.okcmoa.com

The La Serenissima exhibition will highlight mythological, biblical, historical, topographical, and genre works that cover eighteenth-century Venetian art in the age of the Grand Tour and through the decline of the Republic, brought about by Napoleon’s invasion of Italy in the last decade of the century.

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