Central Oklahoma Frontier Country

October 2012 Edition 

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Visit the OK History Center for Exciting Exhibits

 

Crumbo Spirit Talk is an exhibit on display at the Oklahoma History Center in

Crumbo Spirit Talk
Title: Spirit Horse. Medium: Silkscreen. Artist: Woody Crumbo. Credit: Crumbo Family Archive.

Oklahoma City highlighting the art of Woody Crumbo and his children. Born in 1912 near Lexington, Oklahoma, and of Citizen Potawatomi, German, and French descent, Crumbo dedicated his life and talent to the sincere portrayal of American Indian philosophy and culture through his art. His prolific work includes major advances in the silkscreen process as well as beautiful work in numerous media including oil, tempera, pencil, etching, and watercolor. 

 

Crumbo's career spanned nearly six decades and he is credited with more than 1200 one man shows in his lifetime. His paintings are found in numerous museums and private collections around the world including the Queen of England.

 

 

Sam Noble Museum Introduces New Native American Exhibits

 

  Sam Noble Museum The Sam Noble Museum, a haven for cultural artifacts from Oklahoma and across the world, introduces two temporary exhibits this fall, thanks to a generous donation to the University of Oklahoma from James T. Bialac, one of the most important private collectors of Native American art in the country.

 

In 1964, Bialac purchased a painting by Robert Chee (Hashke-Yil-Cale), initiating his nearly 50-year journey into art collection and on September 21, the Sam Noble Museum unveiled Dancers and Deities: Kachinas from the James T, Bialac Native American Art Collection, the first of two exhibits honoring his commitment to Native American Art. On Oct. 5, the museum will open with Southwest Visions: Paintings from the James T. Bialac Native American Art Collection

 

Learn more about the Sam Noble Museum and new exhibits.

 

Fall Festivities & Halloween Happenings in Frontier Country 

 

Mikles Family Farm The official fall season has finally arrived and here in Central Oklahoma FrontierCountry, there are plenty of fall festivities and Halloween happenings for the whole family to enjoy. Check out our list to explore what central Oklahoma has to offer this season including corn mazes, pumpkin patches, hayrides, festivals, theater performances and more!

 

 

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October News:

  

 Check out our ENTIRE October calendar!

 

Visit Guthrie this October for events including the OK International Bluegrass Festival & more 

 

  The Oklahoma Czech Festival is Oct. 6 in downtown Yukon

 

Lyric at the Plaza in OKC presents The Mystery of Irma Vep Oct. 10-27 

 

The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum hosts Cowboy Crossings Oct. 12-13

 

Shop 'til you drop Oct. 19-21 at An Affair of the Heart in OKC

 

Head to Stillwater for Eskimo Joe's 25th Annual Juke Joint Jog Oct. 13

  

 

Plan Ahead:

 

 Clem McSpadden National Finals Steer Roping is Nov. 2-3 at Lazy E Arena in Guthrie