FILM ROW NEWS

Nov 18 UCO Art Department showcases senior works in capstone exhibit

The University of Central Oklahoma Department of Art and Department of Design will open two exhibits at Premiere on Film Row in downtown Oklahoma City on Nov. 21. Both exhibit openings are free and open to the public. The UCO Department of Art will open the Senior Capstone Exhibition featuring soon-to-be graduates with a reception from 7-10 p.m. at the IAO Gallery, 706 W. Sheridan Ave.        

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Oct 16 New Premiere on Film Row website launched

The Film Row district recently launched a website for its monthly neighborhood event, Premiere. Check it out at filmrowpremiere.com

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May 2 Individual Artists of Oklahoma (IAO) named one of Oklahoma City's Top 10 Contemporary Art Galleries

The Culture Trip Ltd., a London-based website that showcases art, food, culture and travel worldwide, recently named IAO on Film Row one of Oklahoma City's Top 10 Comtemporary Art Galleries.

 

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Mar 10 Dunlap Codding Settles into Film Exchange District

It’s always exciting to see an older, historic neighborhood of Oklahoma City being brought back to life, and that is exactly what’s happening to the Film Exchange District.

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Mar 10 Oklahoma City developer purchases two neglected buildings

Two prominent but neglected Oklahoma City buildings in the Film Row and 16th Street Plaza districts are set to be redeveloped.

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Mar 10 KOSU on OKC's Film Row

The oversized switch was flipped. A microsecond later, the “on-air” light glowed strong and bright as KOSU radio went live from its new studios in downtown Oklahoma City.

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Mar 10 Oklahoma City Film Row revival began in 2006

Transformation of downtown Oklahoma City's former “skid row” is nearly complete.

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Mar 10 The Paramount OKC brings movies, wine and coffee to Film Row

The Paramount OKC, a combined coffee shop, wine bar and screening room is now open on Film Row.

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Mar 10 Oklahoma City's Film Row adds kids' activities to monthly festival

Downtown districts stage events to boost awareness of the district just west of the Myriad Gardens.

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Mar 10 Lights! Camera! Action! OKC’s Film Row Comes Alive … Again!

Notable film companies such as Paramount Pictures, MGM, Universal, Fox and Warner Brothers once maintained offices in Oklahoma City’s Film Row, a three-square-block area near downtown that once bustled as a sales hub for theater owners needing films, posters and concessions for their venues in Oklahoma and surrounding states. After decades of decline, the district breathes life again, thanks to the efforts of forward-thinking civic pioneers.

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