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Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute
June 11-26, 2005


View statewide audition schedules for OSAI 2005.

Get Involved! Apply Now to be a Camp Counselor at the 2005 OSAI!
Applications for OSAI 2005 counselor positions should be mailed to the OAI office by March 1.

About the 2005 Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute
Application Deadline: February 4, 2005

Who: YOU!

What: A two-week residential school that provides pre-professional training to artistically talented Oklahoma high school students in the visual, literary, or performing arts.

When: June 11-26, 2005

Where: The beautiful Quartz Mountain Arts and Conference Center in Lone Wolf, Oklahoma.

Why: Learn from internationally renowned artists, make professional connections, immerse yourself in your art form, and let the natural beauty of Quartz Mountain State Park inspire you!

How: Complete an application and call the Oklahoma Arts Institute office to schedule an audition or interview date! Download an application form, or call (405) 319-9019 to request an application and schedule an audition. You can also email an application request to [email protected].

The Details: The Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute is an intensive academy for serious, disciplined, and motivated students in the artistic fields of acting, creative writing, ballet, modern dance, orchestra, chorus, drawing and painting, photography, and film and video. In addition to studying a chosen field, students are exposed to a rich variety of art forms and learning experiences. Students and faculty attend or participate in performances, gallery openings, poetry readings, and ballroom dancing classes. Faculty chamber music groups perform in the OSAI’s chamber music series Eine Kleine Quartzmusik. The talent and creativity of students and faculty combine with the mystique of Quartz Mountain to create a powerful synergy that every artist should experience!

The Environment: Quartz Mountain State Park in Lone Wolf, Oklahoma, overlooks the pristine waters of Lake Altus-Lugert and is an ancient, sacred, and inspiring site. Formerly ceremonial grounds for Kiowa, Comanche, Wichita, Apache, and Caddo tribes, Quartz Mountain is now home to an Arts and Conference Center. The Center is an ideal retreat for arts immersion. With the 700-seat Twin Peaks Performance Hall, a state-of-the-art darkroom, five studio pavilions, an outdoor amphitheater, the Beverly Badger Memorial Library, and the Quartz Mountain Art Collection, the Arts and Conference center is the region’s artistic epicenter. Nature lovers enjoy hiking and biking trails, bird watching, and a unique Oklahoma ecosystem. The Arts and Conference Center at Quartz Mountain is truly an Oklahoma treasure.

DOWNLOAD AN APPLICATION FORM

For more information on specific disciplines, please follow the links below:

Ballet
Modern Dance
Orchestral Music
Choral Music
Drawing and Painting
Photography
Acting
Creative Writing
Film and Video
Employment Opportunities for OSAI 2005
Audition DOs and DON'Ts

This project is made possible with assistance
from the National Endowment for the Arts and the


artcouncil

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The Oklahoma Arts Institute
105 North Hudson, Suite 101
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
Phone: (405) 319-9019
Fax: (405) 319-9099
E-mail: [email protected]

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