Oklahoma Arts Institute

Oklahoma Arts Institute
111 NW 9th St
Oklahoma City
Phone: 405-321-9000
Fax: 405-321-9001

Created in 1976, the Oklahoma Arts Institute is a private, non-profit corporation dedicated to providing an educational program of excellence in the arts for artists. Two educational programs are administered each year by the OAI: the Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute, a two-week residential school for teens; and the Oklahoma Fall Arts Institute, a series of four-day weekend workshops in the arts for adults.

Classes in theatre, dance, choral and orchestral music, visual arts, photography and writing are offered and faculty for both the summer and fall programs are professional artists of national and international reputations. In addition to the educational programs, the Arts Institute also administers an outreach program called "Moving the Mountain," which includes publications of student poetry, statewide touring exhibits of student artwork, photographs and award-winning documentary films about the Arts Institute's outstanding faculty.

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