I’m a member of the Oklahoma City Museum of Art and I love the offering they provide to the community. What a great enhancement to Downtown Urban life and fun!
OKCMOA works hard to increase the value and enrich the lives of all residents in OKC via the visual arts. It’s really nice that this is not just a passive viewing art museum. They have interactive events that increase the involvement in the arts, especially with the children classes available. I highly recommend you become a member and take advantage of the discounts you get on the programs they offer to families and individuals here in Downtown OKC.
OKCMOA has a wonderful movie theater..come Thursday or Friday and see this special film titled ‘Mountains May Depart’.
Got some time Thursday and Friday for a really interesting film here in OKC?
Oklahoma City Museum of Art is presenting just such a film.
If you love cinema like I do, then you’ll appreciate the effort that our Oklahoma City Museum of Art goes to when they present unique and quality films here in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Located in Downtown Oklahoma City, our Oklahoma City Museum of Art not only has great art exhibits and a fabulous restaurant, but the museum also features a nice movie theater.
The upcoming showing of a film titled, ‘Mountains May Depart’ looks to be a real crowd pleaser to those in OKC who appreciate quality cinema.
This film views the spectacular financial, cultural, and technological evolution of contemporary China through the eyes of one resourceful and optimistic woman. It’s interesting to see the change and development in this part of the world and the presentation of this film is so visually striking and full of thoughtful content.
I’m really proud to be a member of the OKCMOA and I appreciate these kinds of events that they present for residents of Oklahoma City.
The Director is Jia Zhangke 2015 China/France/Japan and it runs 131 minutes.
Information on times and tickets?
OKLAHOMA CITY MUSEUM OF ART
415 Couch Drive
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
Be there for the Thursday or Friday showings.
Thursday, March 24 | 5:30 & 8:30 pm
Friday, March 25 | 8 pm