Detailed Schedule

Arts and culture supporters from across the state are invited to join together at the State Capitol on April 11, 2018 to deliver a unified message to our Oklahoma legislators.

Arts and culture positively impacts the economy, communities and educational opportunities across the state. We stand with teachers for a full education for Oklahoma students for that includes arts learning.  

Community arts and culture organizations have been committed to lifelong learning. Many serve schools and students through direct programs.

Thanks Organizational Partners: Alliance for Arts Education, Norman Arts Council, Oklahoma Arts Education Association, Oklahoma A+ Schools and Oklahoma Museums Association Route 66 Alliance.

9-10 am: Sign in & CoffeeOFTA Tent, In the grass just W of the Stage on the South Plaza, Outside Capitol

10:00-11:00 am: Rally: For Arts Education  South Stage, Outside Capitol

Join with your fellow arts and culture fans. Wear black.

Music, visual arts, drama, dance teachers, we want to celebrate you!

Bring an identifying banner or sign from your community to show your unified voice for arts and culture and arts education.

11:00 am: Visit Your Legislators 

**The Capitol is unusually crowded. Right now it’s quite difficult to get into the Capitol, much less meet with your legislator. We encourage you to try, especially if you travel quite a way to come. But, know you can call or write directly your legislators or visit with your legislator back in their home district too.

Look up your legislators here.




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