The definition of a “pop-up shop” is a short-term, temporary retail event that is "here today, gone tomorrow". Our plan is to Pop Up with ART every third Friday and Saturday of the month until September. We are inviting up to fifteen different artists in all different media types to participate in our shops. Pop-up Art Shops will happen in collaboration with Food Trucks and Tunes on Friday night and the Stillwater Farmers Market on Saturday.
 
Dates:
July 20th and 21st
Friday 6pm - 9pm & Saturday 10am - 3pm.
 
Stay tuned for more information about participating artist. If you are interested in participating as an artist please email us at infoartscenter@okstate.edu
 
July Artists:
Tone Zone Toys

Custom toys by hand with resin in the form of action figures, magnets, and figurines. I design and create all of the custom packaging by hand. They are all hand-painted or the resin is cast with dye…

Olena McLaughlin

Handmade wire-wrapped jewelry, pendants, earrings, bracelets, and rings. I work with copper, silver and brass.

Betty Wilson
Betty Wilson
Wallets, small cosmetic/pencil pouches and key holders made of specially selected fabrics
Bill McLean Glass

Handblown glass vases, bowls, ornaments, paperweights, platters, nightlights

Brian Mitchell

Original computer controlled wood carvings that are hand finished and stained.

Claire Zevnik,

Fused glass jewelry plus functional and decorative fused glass items and blown glass objects.

Jacqui Savage
Jacqui Savage
Clay pots with succulents planted in them. Boo boo’s & catnip fish along with lavender sachets.
Candy Michalski

Ex-sterling and stainless with resin, Fused Dichroic Glass jewelry, Patterned aluminum and copper/brass jewelry. Sterling Silver with gemstones, vintage items made into jewelry.

Mo Wassell

Ceramic pieces, some glazed traditionally, some incorporating mixed media (collage, acrylics, found objects, etc.). I will feature ceramic rattles, but also small sculpture pieces and ornaments.

Kim Bryant

Handmade functional pottery as well as artistic pottery

Ken Belanus

Kitchen items turned and carved.

Art Cart (by Dhruba)
Art Cart (by Dhruba)

Greeting cards done with watercolor, artwork on small canvases

Jessica DeMuth

Silver jewelry with various stones

Marianne Weber

Hand dyed yarn and sewn scarves. I also sell knitted items like scarves, hats, mug cozies, and shawls.

Tiny Things by Bowen

Tiny things with polymer clay, an oven-bake medium. Items include a variety of nerd, foody, and adorable magnets, miniature succulents, sloth jewelry, and some other tiny figurines.

Cindy Braun
Cindy Braun
Handmade jewelry featuring hand-pieced shells, driftwood, sea glass and other found objects.
 

The definition of a “pop-up shop” is a short-term, temporary retail event that is "here today, gone tomorrow". Our plan is to Pop Up with ART every third Friday and Saturday of the month until September. We are inviting up to fifteen different artists in all different media types to participate in our shops. Pop-up Art Shops will happen in collaboration with Food Trucks and Tunes on Friday night and the Stillwater Farmers Market on Saturday.
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Dear Community Members,

We would like to share some exciting news with you! Effective April 20, 2018, we will be changing our name to Prairie Arts Center: an OSU-City of Stillwater Partnership for the Arts.  The title Stillwater Center for the Arts was very similar to the name of another arts organization here in town, which was causing confusion.  Prairie was chosen because it speaks both to our Oklahoma home and the style of our architecture.  Our mission remains the same: we will continue to provide high quality arts programming to all members of the Stillwater community, supported by our partnership with the City of Stillwater and Oklahoma State University.

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Create a unique souvenir from Mom's weekend glazing ceramic mugs!
April 14th, 11am - 3pm. $15.00 per mug
Limited supply. Please allow one week for pick up.

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In Japan, the arrival of May is heralded by the appearance of flying fish: carp-shaped windsocks known as “Koinobori” flown in honor of Children’s Day or “Tango no Sekku” (originally Boy's Day) on May 5th. The carp is considered the strongest and most spirited of fish, because it fights its way upstream against strong currents. The tradition of flying Koinobori outside homes began as a way to honor the sons living within so that they would grow up healthy and courageous like a carp. Modern Koinobori are often available in sets that represent the entire family. Block printing, specifically wood block, also has deep roots in Japanese art.

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