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June 2021 Arts and Culture events


June 2021

25th Annual Oklahoma Renaissance Festival

Every Sunday & Saturday | 10:30 a.m. - 6 p.m.
June 5 & 6, 2021

The Castle invites one and all to join the festivities of the 25th Annual Oklahoma Renaissance Festival! Travel back to 1569 England to experience the Royal Quest for knighthood, a full-contact Jousting Tournament, Birds of Prey exhibitions, travelling Acrobats and musicians! We look forward to celebrating the joyous return of the festival. The patrons of Castleton have been sorely missed throughout this year of plague. Castle safety protocols have been updated to ensure your safety, so that we may convene and commence in merriment once again. HUZZAH! 2021 Protocols: The Castleton mask mandate will stand as we continue the crusade of defeating Covid. Masks are required. All guests in attendance are required to correctly wear a mask when not actively eating or drinking. Please help us to provide and enjoy the merriment of festival by aligning safety efforts. Queen’s Tea - We shall offer Queen’s Tea tickets per table. You may purchase one table for $50. This is up to six seats. Visit www.okcastle.com to reserve your table today. Queen Elizabeth has commissioned a new stage. The Fox and Pheasant has been remodeled to entertain on a grand scale! Patrons may plan to enjoy both musical and comedic shows open air daily. The Washing Well Wenches will return to encourage clean living and slightly soiled humor from this stage as well. For a complete lineup for the season, please visit the Castle’s website. Whether shopping for homemade desserts or the fire forged weapons of Castleton, the Oklahoma Renaissance Festival is available for guests of all ages. The clothing is unique, the food is delicious and most importantly... the memories made are once in a lifetime! Check out the website for themes and events to coordinate with each weekend. This is a fantastic opportunity for families to dress the part and have fun celebrating the history of Renaissance!

Location:

The castle of Muskogee

3400 W. Fern Mountain RD
Muskogee, OK

For more information, contact:


(918)-687-3625

www.okcastle.com


Barter Bash

June 12, 2021 | 1 - 3 p.m.

Location:

Will Rogers Memorial Museum

1720 W Will Rogers Blvd
Claremore, ok

For more information, contact:

willrogers.com


Inaugural Greenwood Film Festival Launches in Tulsa

June 12-14, 2021

Inaugural Greenwood Film Festival Launches in Tulsa June 8, 2021 - The Oklahoma Film + Music Office (OF+MO) is proud to be a partner of the inaugural Greenwood Film Festival (GFF) to be held in Tulsa June 12-14, 2021. One of many events commemorating the centennial anniversary of the Tulsa race massacre, GFF seeks to honor the past while also working to build a strong and vibrant future for the art, culture and film community in the city’s Greenwood District. This year’s festival selections will showcase the creative and visionary work of African American storytellers from around the world with a variety of films and project types to be presented, including the short films “Black Wall Street: American Nightmare” and local filmmaker Trey Thaxton’s “Welcome To Tulsa”; the feature length documentary “Restoration: A Concert Film” directed by Native Son; and the feature film “Issues of the Heart”. "The Greenwood Film Festival was birthed with a mission to create a dynamic experience that merges powerful films and civic discourse on the soil of ‘Black Wall Street’,” said GFF Executive Director Dennis Delemar. “With this being the centennial year of the 1921 Race Massacre, a tragedy of so much pain, and lack of restitution, we are glad that the Oklahoma Film + Music Office is helping us build something new. A festival where GFF serves as a launching for pioneering directors, actors, producers, and much more, GFF would like to thank OF+MO for their sponsorship." In addition to the films being presented, GFF will also give local filmmakers and others a platform to connect with their community, encourage identity, increase filmmaking skills, ownership and engage in hot topics in the festival’s “Let’s Talk Panels”. Workshops will also be held with special guests, including writer Sheryll Atkins (“Moesha”, “Sister Sister”), production coordinator Markeia Jones (“Bigger”, “Undercover Brother”) and actor/producer Edwin Walker (“Empire”, “Chicago PD”). “We are proud to support the Greenwood Film Festival during this monumental time in history,” said OF+MO Director Tava Maloy Sofsky. “Film is one of the most powerful mediums in the world, and we’re glad to see that this event will use it as a tool to bring people together to further educate audiences on these important chapters in history while also serving to grow the moviemaking community in the Greenwood district and throughout the city.” Screenings and events will take place in Tulsa at both the Greenwood Cultural Center and Circle Cinema. For more information, visit greenwoodfilmfestival.com.

Location:

the Greenwood Cultural Center and Circle Cinema

322 N Greenwood Ave
Tulsa, OK 74120

For more information, contact:



eat0@eau0eav0eaw0


Inaugural Greenwood Film Festival Launches in Tulsa

June 12-14, 2021

Inaugural Greenwood Film Festival Launches in Tulsa June 8, 2021 - The Oklahoma Film + Music Office (OF+MO) is proud to be a partner of the inaugural Greenwood Film Festival (GFF) to be held in Tulsa June 12-14, 2021. One of many events commemorating the centennial anniversary of the Tulsa race massacre, GFF seeks to honor the past while also working to build a strong and vibrant future for the art, culture and film community in the city’s Greenwood District. This year’s festival selections will showcase the creative and visionary work of African American storytellers from around the world with a variety of films and project types to be presented, including the short films “Black Wall Street: American Nightmare” and local filmmaker Trey Thaxton’s “Welcome To Tulsa”; the feature length documentary “Restoration: A Concert Film” directed by Native Son; and the feature film “Issues of the Heart”. "The Greenwood Film Festival was birthed with a mission to create a dynamic experience that merges powerful films and civic discourse on the soil of ‘Black Wall Street’,” said GFF Executive Director Dennis Delemar. “With this being the centennial year of the 1921 Race Massacre, a tragedy of so much pain, and lack of restitution, we are glad that the Oklahoma Film + Music Office is helping us build something new. A festival where GFF serves as a launching for pioneering directors, actors, producers, and much more, GFF would like to thank OF+MO for their sponsorship." In addition to the films being presented, GFF will also give local filmmakers and others a platform to connect with their community, encourage identity, increase filmmaking skills, ownership and engage in hot topics in the festival’s “Let’s Talk Panels”. Workshops will also be held with special guests, including writer Sheryll Atkins (“Moesha”, “Sister Sister”), production coordinator Markeia Jones (“Bigger”, “Undercover Brother”) and actor/producer Edwin Walker (“Empire”, “Chicago PD”). “We are proud to support the Greenwood Film Festival during this monumental time in history,” said OF+MO Director Tava Maloy Sofsky. “Film is one of the most powerful mediums in the world, and we’re glad to see that this event will use it as a tool to bring people together to further educate audiences on these important chapters in history while also serving to grow the moviemaking community in the Greenwood district and throughout the city.” Screenings and events will take place in Tulsa at both the Greenwood Cultural Center and Circle Cinema. For more information, visit greenwoodfilmfestival.com.

Location:

the Greenwood Cultural Center and Circle Cinema

322 N Greenwood Ave
Tulsa, OK 74120


Oklahoma Museums Association 2021 Smarties Virtual Trivia Fundraiser

June 18, 2021

2021 Smarties Virtual Trivia night is a FUNdraiser for the Oklahoma Museums Association (OMA). This event is a way to have fun and win prizes while supporting the programs and services of OMA, which in turn, benefits ALL Oklahoma Museums and communities they serve. The Oklahoma Museums Association's mission is to support Oklahoma museums in their efforts to educate, inform, and entertain. Find out more at https://www.okmuseums.org/smarties. Ticket information and purchasing at https://okmuseums.wufoo.com/forms/z12l01by1mo5j8c/

Location:

online

Oklahoma City, Ok

For more information, contact:

Brenda Granger

eat2@eau2eav2eaw2

www.okmuseums.org/smarties