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Travis Miller, a UCO student and Vice President of UCO’s chapter of the Collegiate National Association for Music Education (CNAfME), found a creative avenue to donate to Allied Arts and make a difference in arts education.LEARN MORE
OPUS X: Club Cabaret
Allied Arts would like to thank the OPUS X co-chairs, Sherri and Bill Lance, and Lynne and Bill Schonacher, the OPUS X sponsors, event guests and performing artists for helping us raise over $550,000 for the growing central Oklahoma arts community!
Supported Agency Feature
As an Allied Arts’ member agency, the Oklahoma City Ballet is growing its Golden Swans outreach program benefiting senior adults. In partnership with Parkinson Foundation of Oklahoma, the Oklahoma City Ballet is offering a brand new program – Parkinson’s Dance Class!
Allied Arts is honored to be a part of the State of Oklahoma and City of Oklahoma City employee giving campaigns. Each year, City and State employees have the opportunity to donate funds conveniently through their workplace giving campaign to charities including Allied Arts.Host an employee giving campaign
During October arts and culture organizations across the country are raising awareness about the role arts and humanities play in our community and lives and encouraging individuals and organizations to participate in the arts.LEARN MORE
Allied Arts grants increase 46 percent to local, nonprofit organizations in its 2019 fiscal year. Grants will fund 31 Educational Outreach projects and 17 Capacity-Building projects.LEARN MORE
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2019 Annual Campaign
John Higginbotham, Bank of Oklahoma, and Doug Stussi, Love’s Travel Stops, will lead this year’s annual community fund drive.
Learn more about how you can get involved to mobilize vital resources for our region’s cultural institutions, fund arts education for K-12 students, and insure that the arts are accessible for everyone in our community.Volunteer