OKC Events: January 21, 2009

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OKC Events: January 21, 2009


Gilmore, Joan, THE JOURNAL RECORD


Exhibitions of Impressionism art are coming and going in Oklahoma. The Oklahoma City Museum of Art just closed its exhibition of American Impressionism art and on Saturday Tulsa's Gilcrease Museum will open an exhibition of works by noted American Impressionists.

On loan from Bank of America, more than 110 works by 75 artists will be shown through May 3. Artists included in the exhibition are Childe Hassam, Arthur Wesley Dow, George Inness and Robert Spencer.

Titled "Transcending Vision: American Impressionism 1870-1940," the exhibit was organized by Gilcrease Museum in collaboration with Bank of America Corp. At 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Mary Edith Alexander, curator for Bank of America, a leading supporter of arts and culture in this country, will present a lecture.

More information is available at gilcrease.utulsa.edu.

Chili challenge

This is the time of year to think of chili, a tummy-warming, tasteful dish. And when you think of chili, you think of chili contests and that's what's going to happen Jan. 29 in Norman. The Chili Bowl cook-off contest will offer a variety of homemade chili dished into handmade ceramic bowls. Bowl service is $15 and chili without the ceramic bowl is $8.

The fundraiser, which is sponsored by the Arts Alliance and the Red Clay Faction, will fund scholarships for students in the University of Oklahoma School of Art and Art History.

The tasting will be in the Lightwell Gallery in the Fred J. …

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