Seems many are off for spring break week so Spotlight has a short guest list this week. Tune in to 90.1 this Thursday at 10 a.m. to hear what’s happening with Michelle Winters, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Tribute to Carpenters; and Jennifer Klos, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, English country house lecture. KCSC’s Brad Ferguson is your host live from the Oklahoma City Museum of Art.
Join KCSC’s Spotlight on the Arts host Brad Ferguson and his guests at 10 a.m. March 14th. Our lineup includes: Liz Johnson and Keith Webb, University of Central Oklahoma, Design Olympics; Edward Knight, Oklahoma City University, Project 21 composers’ concert; Bryon Chambers, OKC Museum of Art, Project Screen; David Johnson, Brightmusic Chamber Ensemble, “Bright Tales,” (guest artist Miles Hoffman pictured); Edwin Day, American Guild of Organists, concert; and Sue Ellen Reiman, OKC Improv.
Spotlight on the Arts guests this week include: Boyd Fees, Kemp Series, John Allen concert; Michelle Lory, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Omelette party; Brian Hearn, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, films; Sergio Monteiro, OCU, Turmalin Trio; Jill Priest, UCO Broadway Tonight, “Pilobolus;” Traci Jenkins, Oklahoma Humanities awards; Rhonda Clark, Carpenter Square, “Mrs. Mannerly; and Michael Shell, OU University Theatre, “Falstaff.” Join Brad Ferguson at 10 a.m. Thursday, March 7.
Another big Spotlight on the Arts guest list coming up! Join KCSC’s Brad Ferguson this Thursday at 10 a.m. as he chats with Greg White, UCO, “The Grass Harp;” Kelsey Karper, OVAC, “Momentum;” Boyd Fees, Kemp Series, John Allen concert; Matt Mailman, OCU, Wind Philharmonic concert, “110 in the Shade,” and Faculty Brass Quintet; Alison Amick, OKC Museum of Art, permanent collection; Dr. Vicki Schaefer, Master Chorale; and Dr. Mark White, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, Art Interrupted.
KCSC’s Brad Ferguson has a full lineup again on this week’s Spotlight on the Arts at 10 a.m. Feb. 21. Hear what’s happening with this week’s guests: Mary Ann Prior, City Arts, Bryan Adams exhibit; Barbara Pirrong, Music Olympics; Brian Hearn, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Oscar Tune-up; Edwin Day, American Guild of Organists; David Herendeen, “The Barber of Seville,” and Courtney Crouse; and Michelle Winters, OKC Philharmonic, “Anything Goes.”
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