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Okfuskee Arts Opening Soon!
The Okfuskee County History Center is working toward the completion of a non-profit art center which will be known as Okfuskee Arts. The art center's goal goal will be to provide a forum for sharing the richness of the human experience as expressed through the arts with Okfuskee County residents and visitors. Okfuskee Arts will be comprised of a gallery which will showcase the work of local artists, as well exhibiting artists of state-wide and national renown, a studio/classroom which will offer classes and workshops to children and adults in a variety of media, and a gift shop.
Updates about our progress will be posted as exhibitions and classes are are scheduled. Online shopping will become available through our upcoming gift shop page, and a gift shop.
- Visual Arts Exhibits
- Featuring Local Artists
- Native American artists
- Speak with the artists
- Performing Arts
- Local and area artists
- Artists will give classes
Your Support Will Help Protect Our Native History and Art
Thank you for visiting the Okfuskee County History Center and Okfuskee Arts, for over 100 years Okemahns have been making history.