OKC Arts Festival

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The OKC Arts Festival or Festival of the Arts hosts performances of performing arts, visual arts and culinary arts, and there's something for the entire community to enjoy. The 2009 OKC Festival of the Arts will be held from April 21-26 at the Festival Plaza, Stage Center and the Myriad Botanical Gardens in Downtown Oklahoma City.

144 Plaza Artists from all over the United States would be among those exhibiting in the Visual Arts category on Hudson Avenue. The Myriad Gardens would be hosting an exhibit of kinetic art called the Windscapes, while you could find a really large-scale exhibit of SculpturePark in the Stage Center Lawn. Under the Performing Arts category there would be street performers as well as non-stop entertainment and performing arts in four stages. Food lovers can sample culinary masterpieces by vendors who participate in the International Food Row held under the Culinary Arts category.

Children and families have great hands-on activities to get involved in the Children's Area, costing only $2. Pottery Place and Creation Station are the other venues ideal for families to visit, and they can also check out face painting. The shopping venue for children only, the Young-At-Art Mart will include affordably priced artwork at or below $5.

The Festival of the Arts OKC has been held since 1967 in the city. Admission to the 2009 OKC Arts Festival is free and the timings are 11 AM to 9 PM Tuesday to Saturday, 11 AM to 6 PM on Sunday. Pets aren't allowed.

Visitors to the Oklahoma City Festival of the Arts from outside the city or state can stay conveniently in reputable OKC hotels, partaking of their innate warmth and hospitality.

The OKC Arts Festival hosts performances of performing arts, visual arts and culinary arts. Hotels Oklahoma City - The Bricktown Hotel and Convention Center is one of the finest hotels of OKC and is located only 1.5 miles from Downtown's Bricktown center.

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