Living Arts of Tulsa, 307 E. Reconciliation Way, exhibits “OVAC Art 365,” created by a nationally recognized curator and six Oklahoma artists. This year’s artists are Tulsan Naima Lowe, Ginnie Baer from Edmond, Crystal Z Campbell from Oklahoma City, Marilla Martinez from Stillwater and collaborators Maggie Boyett from Oklahoma City and Marwin Begaye from Norman. The show runs until August 6 and Tulsa artist Naima Lowe will host a special workshop on July 20. For more information : artsvivants.org.
See Brantley Gilbert at River Spirit
Start your weekend early by seeing country music artist Brantley Gilbert in concert on Thursday, July 15 at the River Spirit Casino concert hall, The Cove. Each of his last three albums has reached No. 1 on the Country Albums chart. For tickets, go to riverspirittulsa.com.
Discover the American aquarium at Cain’s
American Aquarium, no stranger to the Cain Ballroom, returns to this historic venue. American Aquarium will perform on Friday July 16. For tickets, go to cainsballroom.com.
Movies at the mausoleum
The Abbey Mausoleum at Rose Hill Memorial Park, 4161 E. Admiral Place, will serve as the backdrop for the latest series “Movies at the Mausoleum”, which will be the classic comedy “Some Like It Hot”, starring Tony Curtis, Jack Lemmon and Marilyn Monroe. The film will begin at dusk, and concessions and libations will be available for purchase. Those present are encouraged to bring chairs and blankets to sit on. Admission is free, but donations are appreciated. facebook.com/MsMausie.