In 2011 Oklahoma artist Rick Sinnett hatched a plan to give Oklahoma City a massive piece of public art. The work would cover some old grain silos that had been converted into a climbing gym, 100-feet high and 128-feet wide. Sinnett called it the Silo Art Project and it would take him over three years to complete. Discover Rick Sinnett’s passion to bring art to people around the State. His colorful murals can be found in towns across Oklahoma. Learn all about his mission and determination in “Art for the People.”
And if you missed “Just for Laughs” and “OKC Improv” in October you’ll definitely want to view that here. > http://videos.oeta.tv/video/2365394517/ Prepare to laugh as this episode showcases some of the best comedic talent in the state. Learn about the lives of struggling comedians and why they choose to stand on stage every night. The laughs keep coming as we introduce you to Oklahoma City’s Improv scene. Improv is short for improvisational theatre. Watch with amazement as these characters make everything up on the spot.