We are Individual Artists of Oklahoma.

 

IAO is committed to sustaining and encouraging emerging and established
artists in all media who are intellectually and aesthetically provocative or
experimental in subject matter or technique.



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Opportunities for Artists

Vagina Monologues

Join IAO

Wastedland 2

Otis Moon and the Unforgiven

Jerry Allen Gilmore "New Works on Paper"

Biting the Apple

Exhibitions

Nicole Emmons-Willis "Lady Parts"

Rent the Gallery

 

UPCOMING EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

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Nicole Emmons-Willis & Jerry Allen Gilmore


IAO Main Gallery
February 17 through April 1
Opening Reception: February 17, 6-9pm

The main gallery at IAO will feature the works of Nicole Emmons-Willis and Jerry Allen Gilmore.

 

 
Wastedland 2


IAO Project Gallery
February 17 through March 4

Opening Reception: February 17, 6-9pm

An immersive film installation with thematically inspired work.

 

 

Otis Moon and the Unforgiven  

 

February 17th 9pm and February 18 at 8pm

Tickets for each night are $10 and can be purchased at the door.

Expect a show that will traverse the great continent of Wayne's songwriting as the band weaves its way through blues, folk, rock, rockabilly, country, punk and even a little psychedelia. 

 

 

Vagina Monologues


February 24 & 25, 7-9pm
$15 General Admission
$10 Students or with Donation Item

Join us for a presentation of the Vagina Monologues. In conjunction with the nonprofit V-Day, IAO will present the critically acclaimed spoken word performance The Vagina Monologues, in part benefiting the YWCA.

 

ABOUT INDIVIDUAL ARTISTS OF OKLAHOMA

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Individual Artists of Oklahoma is a statewide arts organization that exists to promote progressive arts programming and education in the state of Oklahoma. The IAO Gallery, located in historic Film Row in downtown Oklahoma City, is open to the public admission-free year round, and offers artists who work in innovative mediums, topics, or methods an opportunity to exhibit their work.

 

IAO offers a variety of free programming to the public year round, with an emphasis on developing a forward-looking arts community. Each year, through this programming, IAO is able to enrich the community in which we live, enhancing the lives of tens of thousands of adults and children, artists and patrons alike.

 

Individual Artists of Oklahoma is a 501c3 non profit organization.