“Catch the Glow” event lights up Scissortail Park
OKLAOMA CITY (KFOR) — An event to celebrate the Allied Arts is preparing to light up Scissortail Park on Friday.
Allied Arts is hosting ‘Catch the Glow’ on April 8 at Scissortail Park.
From 7 p.m. to 11 p.m., visitors can enjoy a drone light show, glow-in-the-dark activities, roller skating, disc golf, live shows, hot air balloon night glows, food trucks, and more. .
Guests are encouraged to bring blankets and chairs to enjoy the various performances throughout the night.
“We have planned to accommodate a 50and anniversary since last year, but has decided to postpone until this spring to ensure everyone can safely enjoy these two beautiful and fun works of art,” said the President and CEO of ‘Allied Arts, Deborah McAuliffe Senner. We would like to acknowledge our appreciation to the community for the financial support they have provided which is essential to maintaining a vibrant and diverse cultural landscape in Oklahoma. It’s important now, more than ever!
This is also the last weekend that visitors can experience “GLOW,” a free public art installation featuring two large-scale interactive works of art. Guests can see “Oscillation” by The Urban Conga and “Passage” by Serge Maheu at Scissortail Park.
“Allied Art’s light installation is a perfect example of a community organization bringing a creative exhibition to the park that engages all ages and backgrounds with a playful art experience in a beautiful setting,” said Maureen Heffernan, CEO from Myriad Botanical Gardens and Scissortail. Park. “We so appreciate the Allied Arts magic made possible in our park and throughout the community as the central arts support organization at OKC.”
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