The topic for August’s Art & Victory panel is an introduction into acting. We’ll hear from performers about acting in improv, theatre, and movies, including advice on nailing auditions, different acting styles, and more.
In this Art & Victory panel discussion, host Christian Pearson chatted with Jessica Legako and Jason Wilson on the theme of Making Money as a Visual Artist. Topics included various tips on becoming successful, how to get your art displayed in galleries/businesses, working art festivals, pricing your work, pitfalls to avoid, and other advice.
Uncovering Oklahoma visited Pryor’s Pizza Kitchen in Downtown Norman where bring a unique pizza experience to the metro with their coal-fired oven and specialty pizzas with their own taste profile. Fred Auletta and Tina Adkins discuss how their coal-fired oven works, what makes their pizza different, their vegan options, how they’re great for a date night, and what else guests can expect.
Art & Victory invited three writers for a panel discussion on Writing Stories, which included topics such as writing characters different than yourself, overcoming writer’s block, world-building, and more.
Uncovering Oklahoma visited the Black Mesa Brewing Company in Norman, where they focus on brewing traditional beers with an advanced water filtration.
In this episode of Art & Victory, panelists shared advice Promoting Yourself Online As A Creative Entrepreneur. The conversation focused on promoting yourself as a brand on social media, finding your voice, learning from mistakes, and creative marketing ideas.
In the premiere episode of Art & Victory, three panelists discussed advice on Recording Your First Album. The conversation touched upon various aspects, including finding the why behind your music, mistakes made, and planning tips.
Translating from The Chinese Bull in Spanish, El Toro Chino is an adventure in food by fusing together Latin and Asian Cuisine in Norman.
In preparation for National Chili Day, Uncovering Oklahoma visited three restaurants in the Oklahoma City metro that serve bowls of chili as part of their regular menu.