Welcome to the Show. Lively Beerworks hosts The Lively Show art exhibition celebrating OKC area creatives and their art.
Vibrant. Progressing. Lively. Those three words are the future of the OKC area art scene. Every day our local creatives are finding new imaginative ways to make their mark on the world. We at Lively Beerworks want to not only encourage our local talent but we want to celebrate them and put their work on display. Welcome to The Lively Show art exhibition, the first annual celebration of local art and artists from around the OKC area. This one-of-a-kind juried art show will take place on the production floor of Lively Beerworks in OKC. Not only will the show feature dozens of professionally exhibited work, but there will be music, food trucks, and more.
One “Curators Choice” will be chosen from the juried entries and will be featured on an upcoming Lab Series one-off beer created by Lively Beerworks! The Lively Show is a pop-up exhibition taking place Nov. 5 & 6 from 7 to 11 p.m. at Lively Beerworks located at 815 SW 2nd St in Oklahoma City, OK. Tickets are $12 online and $15 at the door. Each ticket includes a drink ticket for one free core beer the night of the event. We invite you to celebrate the vibrant OKC creative community with us and as always, Keep It Lively!
TICKETS ARE $12 ONLINE AND $15 AT THE DOOR
THIS IS A MASK REQUIRED EVENT
THE LIVELY SHOW
815 SW 2nd St. OKC, OK
Nov. 5 & 6
7 to 11 p.m.
the lively show sponsors
We would like to recognize and honor those individuals, businesses, and investors that have enabled us to improve the artist and volunteer experience. Without their generosity, none of this would be possible. Cheers to our sponsors!
TASTER LEVEL SPONSORS
GIVE A TOAST LEVEL SPONSORS
PASEO ARTS ASSOCIATION
about the jurors
Ebony Iman Dallas
Ebony Iman Dallas is a fifth-generation Oklahoman and second-generation Somali American.
A multimedia artist, arts educator, and writer, Dallas was featured in the Roman Bearden Centennial Celebration in 2011. She was a participating artist in the City of Tulsa’s Greenwood Art Project commemorating the centennial anniversary of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre. Dallas‘s work has been exhibited extensively in group and solo exhibitions and can be found in private collections in Namibia, Somaliland, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Building on her MFA thesis at California College of the Arts titled Painted Bridges, Dallas founded Afrikanation Artists Organization, based in Hargeisa, Somaliland, and Oklahoma City, to unify African-American, Afro-Caribbean, and continental African populations through art and design for community activism.
Marissa Raglin is an artist, event planner, wife, mom, and overall extrovert.
Resident artist at Studio Six in the historic Paseo Arts District in Oklahoma City, OK, her medium of choice is collage and mixed media. Raglin is a nationally exhibited artist who received her BA in Studio Art from Oklahoma Baptist University. Raglin has served as the director of events over non-profit and for-profit entities and has overseen million-dollar museum expansions, enhanced museum experience initiatives, and installed temporary and permanent exhibitions within the museum’s capacity. An active member of the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition, she served for two years as the co-chair for Momentum, an artist exhibition for artists 30 and under. Raglin is the co-founder of Rally and is super excited about bringing The Lively Show to life! Bring it on!
Josh Vaughn is a photographer, designer, writer, and overall champion of local arts and artists.
As an award-winning designer by trade, in his spare time, is a nationally exhibited photographer, writer, and curator for more than a dozen exhibitions of various mediums. His focus as a curator is primarily focused on exhibiting art in unexpected places. He was the founder of Hojas Artspace and currently curating rotating solo exhibitions of local artists in the Lively Beerworks taproom. Josh is also a 2015 ArtistINC Fellow and currently serves on the board of the Paseo Arts Association. One of his greatest passions is creating platforms for local artists to share their work. As a result of that passion, he cofounded Rally, an entity dedicated to making local art happen in unexpected places.