OKC Museum of Art kicking off Roof Terrace season tonight at Third Thursday
The Oklahoma City Museum of Art, 415 Couch Drive, is open late for themed after-hours fun on the Third Thursday of every month, which happens to be today.
"Third Thursday: Black & White" celebrates the exhibition "Ansel Adams and the Photographers of the West" and kicks off the museum's Roof Terrace season.
Activities for tonight include:
- Create black and white nature gelli prints in Founders' Hall.
- Story time with Metro Library in the galleries.
- 6 p.m. workshop to learn all the tricks of the trade from artist and educator Eric Lyons in the "If Ansel Adams Had a Smartphone Workshop" (additional ticket required).
- 7:30 p.m. screening of "Diary of a Lost Girl," a 1928, black and white silent film that was the second and final collaboration of actress Louise Brooks and director G.W. Pabst in the Samuel Roberts Noble Theater (additional ticket).
- 7:30 p.m. session with Mark Zimmerman, Associate Professor of Mass Communications and Photography at the University of Central Oklahoma, and OKCMOA's Amanda Harmer as they present the "Ansel Adams from a Photographer’s Perspective Tour." This tour will focus on the technical photographic techniques used by the great master himself (additional ticket).
- Live music from The Steve Coleman Duo and cash bar on the Roof Terrace
Third Thursday hours are 5 to 9 tonight, and activities are appropriate for teens and adults and no reservations are required. Third Thursday admission is $12 for nonmembers and free for museum members.