Looming 19 stories above the Oklahoma landscape, the Price Tower Arts Center was originally designed as the world headquarters for the pipeline masters of the H.C. Price Company. However, even at the time of its opening in 1956, the Prairie-style cantilevered building's origin far outstripped the reputation of its intended tenants: the tower is Frank Lloyd Wright's only completed skyscraper. The H.C. Price Company moved on in 1981, but its famous former home remained; today, the National Historic Landmark stands tall as the Price Tower Arts Center—a monument to American architecture and design of the 20th century.
Inside, a range of rotating special exhibits often focus on the designs of Frank Lloyd Wright as well as works by modern artists, both past and living, from around around the world. These exhibitions include work from the center's permanent collection, which spans drawings, furniture, textiles, and samples of building design from some of the era's finest architectural minds. Docents regularly reveal facts about these pieces of art, and the design of the building itself, on guided tours to its 19th-floor executive offices, art-filled lower mezzanines, and the secret shark tank under the elevator.
At Soiree we offer not only themed birthday parties for both boys and girls but also offer adult and teen parties. Each and every party is different than the one before. Our space is comprised of all upcycled decor that can not be found anywhere else! You and your guests will be talking about your party for days after!
Several spirits have been said to haunt the Oklahoma lands, from black shadows racing through the forest to an oil-breathing beast raising its tentacles from the pools of black ooze. At Psycho Path Haunted Attraction, visitors test their courage within three fear-filled experiences amid the lingering legacies of such demons. Inside the Shadow Box haunted house, horrors roam the dimly lit corridors, bringing adventurers face-to-face with nightmares worse than those summoned by the student filmmakers in charge of their dreams. During journeys through The Dark Ride, visitors board a transport known as the Scareage and travel through mysterious forest paths hidden in a blanket of fog. Actors may pop out at any moment, adding suspense to every turn, just as the Rage Cage—a maze peppered with scary surprises—challenges those brave enough to navigate its twisting halls without any compass to point them back toward their home’s refrigerator magnets.
The staff at The Emerald Academy knows that kids change from unsteady toddlers to high-energy kids in the blink of an eye. So they offer a full range of classes to help little ones get out their energy in fun, productive ways and reach developmental milestones. Students can enroll in gymnastics, cheer, or dance classes, and preschool-aged children can join gym classes tailored to their tiny hands and feet. The clean, air-conditioned facility also features parent viewing rooms, so guardians can watch while kids somersault across the floor and cheer for their favorite solitaire player.
At Vintage Market Days, visitors can uncover treasures in the form of antiques, original art, jewelry, clothing, and home decor. The retro offerings hail from a variety of vendors chosen for the quality of their goods, not to mention their access to time-bending wormholes. The event itself is founded and run by Chanda Hakanson, a vintage enthusiast who hails from a long family line of savvy merchants.
The certified instructors at Foyil Music Studio conjure students’ symphonic skills during private music lessons. Musicians of all experience levels can jam with certified instructors during weekly 30-minute lessons, internalizing curricula ranging from popular genres, such as classical, jazz, folk, and contemporary, to obscure disciplines such as 20th-century gum jingles. Tone vocal chords in a voice lesson or foxtrot fingers across pianos or guitar strings. Customers can also wet their tune-making whistles on variety of woodwind instruments, including flute, oboe, bassoon, clarinet, saxophone, and trumpet. Enrolled students have the option of performing in one of the school's frequent showcases, giving proud parents a chance to applaud their fledgling instrumentalists or badger them with requests for Jethro Tull covers.