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Art Moves Presented by Devon
OKLAHOMA CITY – Art Moves, presented by Devon, allows the community access to free daily arts events during the workweek lunch hour. Focusing on the downtown lunchtime hotspots, Art Moves, presented by Devon, offers up a variety of performances and art demonstrations. The April schedule has been announced.
“April is such a fun and busy month,” said Angela Hodgkinson, director of Art Moves, presented by Devon. “We're excited to have our very own stage at Festival of the Arts this year! We've picked more than 30 artists and musicians from our roster for a diverse line-up. Everything from fiber artists and jewelry demos to live sculpting and salsa-meringue music - we've got it all!”
Visit www.artscouncilokc.com to learn more about each artist and to view a Google map with all Art Moves venues marked.
Contact: Emily Grober Trotter, Communications Director
405-270-4848 and after-hours 918-869-1528
The Arts Council of Oklahoma City is a non-profit 501 c(3) organization dedicated to bringing the arts and the community together through free or low-cost cultural events and a variety of arts outreach activities that impact underserved populations. Each year, Arts Council events, programs and services reach nearly one million residents and visitors to the Oklahoma City community. The Arts Council of Oklahoma City receives funding from the National Endowment for the Arts, Oklahoma Arts Council and is an Allied Arts member agency. The Arts Council of Oklahoma City is sponsored by Chesapeake Energy Corporation and Devon Energy Corporation, Kirkpatrick Family Fund, The Oklahoman, Ozarka Coffee and Water Service, and Sonic – America’s Drive-in. For more information, call 405-270-4848 or visit www.ArtsCouncilOKC.com.
Devon, headquartered in downtown Oklahoma City, is one of the nation’s leading independent oil and natural gas producers. The company is committed to supporting communities where it operates by investing in youth and education, the arts, civic initiatives, the environment and emergency response agencies. Devon has been an annual supporter of the Arts Council of Oklahoma City for many years, supporting the Festival of the Arts, the OKC Storytelling Festival, Devon Energy Sunday Twilight Concert Series and Opening Night.