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http://video.oeta.tv/onr/education/Creative_Expression.flv Oklahoma News Report
Oklahoma News Report

Creative Expression (2:59)

Featured in 21st Century Classroom

The National Council of Teachers of English has honored Tulsa Edison High School for its student magazine. In this 21st Century Classroom report, we find out how students use the latest technology to create their award-winning publication.

Related Topics: Arts & Entertainment, Parents, News & Public Affairs, Technology, Literature & Writing, Education, Education, Arts & Entertainment, Communications & Media

Originally broadcast on January 27, 2011


http://video.oeta.tv/onr/history/OKC_Thunder_and_Black_History_Month.flv Oklahoma News Report
Oklahoma News Report

OKC Thunder and Black History Month (2:23)

Featured in Preserving History

In recognition of Black History Month, an Oklahoma City High School launched a contest aimed at every public school student in the state. The contest challenges students to submit original photography, art, videos, music or stories that celebrate Black History.

Related Topics: Arts & Entertainment, Culture & Society, Film & Television, Performing Arts, Music, Literature & Writing, Drama, Race & Ethnicity, Media & Technology

Originally broadcast on January 7, 2011


http://video.oeta.tv/onr/top/Betty_Boyd.flv Oklahoma News Report
Oklahoma News Report

Betty Boyd (1:53)

Featured in Top Stories

A look at the life and contributions of one of the pioneers of Oklahoma television: Betty Boyd.

Related Topics: Arts & Entertainment, Culture & Society, News & Public Affairs, Technology, Film & Television, Media & Technology, Politics, Women, Arts & Entertainment, Media, Communications & Media

Originally broadcast on January 6, 2011


http://video.oeta.tv/onr/education/Muskogee_Sadler_Arts_Academy.flv Oklahoma News Report
Oklahoma News Report

Muskogee Sadler Arts Academy (2:57)

Featured in 21st Century Classroom

Most of the students attending Sadler Arts Academy in Muskogee come from families living below the poverty line, or with one parent incarcerated. Sadler is a magnet school where students are exposed to a variety of arts and cultures. This year, the focus is on Russian culture, so the students staged a performance of “The Nutcracker” ballet.

Related Topics: Arts & Entertainment, Parents, Performing Arts, Music, Fine Arts, Drama, Education

Originally broadcast on December 14, 2010


http://video.oeta.tv/onr/history/Remembering_Lennon.flv Oklahoma News Report
Oklahoma News Report

Remembering Lennon Live Interview with Wayne Coyne (5:33)

Featured in Preserving History

“It was twenty years ago today...Sergeant Pepper taught the band to play.” John Lennon wrote those lyrics, along with Paul McCartney. It has been thirty years since Lennon was shot and killed outside his New York apartment. Oklahoma City’s own Wayne Coyne, lead singer for the “The Flaming Lips,” joined us to talk about the enduring legacy of Lennon and his music.

Related Topics: Arts & Entertainment, Music

Originally broadcast on December 8, 2010


http://video.oeta.tv/onr/history/Dickens_in_Claremore.flv Oklahoma News Report
Oklahoma News Report

Dickens in Claremore (2:51)

Featured in Preserving History

Each year, the annual holiday event, "Dickens on the Boulevard," takes place in the northeastern Oklahoma town of Claremore.

Related Topics: Arts & Entertainment, Culture & Society, Literature & Writing, Community

Originally broadcast on November 19, 2010


http://video.oeta.tv/oklahoma_forum/FORUM_11_14_10.flv Oklahoma Forum
Oklahoma Forum

Oklahoma Creativity (27:45)

We discuss the Creativity World Forum and the importance of creativity and innovation in Oklahoma, with: Susan McCalmont, Executive Director, Kirkpatrick Foundation and Vice-Chair of Creative Oklahoma. Rich Taylor, Dean, Weitzenhoffer Family College of Fine Arts at the University of Oklahoma and Chairman of the Creativity World Forum.

Related Topics: Technology, Film & Television, Music, Community, Media & Technology, Education, World, Business & Economy, Social Issues, Arts & Entertainment

Originally broadcast on November 14, 2010


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Gallery 1104

Creativity Unearthed | Chickasaw Museum (27:46)

Sense of Self
Do you know your culture? That is the question sparked by the new Chickasaw Cultural Center in Sulphur, Oklahoma. 20 years in the making, this sprawling monument to a people celebrates the culture of the Chickasaw Nation. From a distant past that began in the Mississippi region of the United States where the Chickasaws lived more than one thousand years ago to relocation to Indian Territory by an American Government that wanted their home land to today, a time of Renaissance that finds the tribe investing in a future that remembers and honors the past. The Chickasaw Cultural Center tells a story of perseverance and of a people who, despite great odds, always manage to maintain a “Sense of Self”. Join Gallery as we explore the importance of culture with the vibrant Chickasaw Nation.

Creativity Unearthed
He’s been touching generations for decades, fanning the flame of creativity wherever he finds it and along the way, he’s molded himself into the fabric of Oklahoma’s most vibrant arts district. Collin Rosebrook is a ceramic sculptor and steel artist who moved into the Paseo Arts District before it was cool. His work is masterful and, as Rosebrook proudly explains, affordable. But the real treasure of this artist’s work lays behind the shop full of pretty dishes and sculptures for it is in his studio that Rosebrook teaches anyone who wants to learn how to find their inner artist. He’s taught generations how to work with ceramic, how to slow down and smell the roses and to enjoy the life they’ve been given and how it all comes together as a Creativity Unearthed.

Related Topics: Arts & Entertainment

Originally broadcast on November 3, 2010


http://video.oeta.tv/a_conversation_with/ACW_Thomas_Stafford.flv A Conversation With...Thomas Stafford
A Conversation With...Thomas Stafford

Thomas Stafford (57:45)

He wasn’t the first Oklahoman in space, but General Thomas P. Stafford of Weatherford is a trailblazer – one of the world’s great explorers. His first three spaceflights were critical to America’s goal “of landing a man on the moon and returning him safely to the earth” by the end of the 1960’s. Stafford flew to about nine miles from the moon’s surface in the Apollo 10 dress rehearsal for the first lunar landing. Later, he served as U.S. commander for the historic Apollo Soyuz Test Project that brought space race rivals the United States and Soviet Union together for a monumental joint mission. This month, General Stafford discusses his career, the U.S. space program and the importance of spaceflight with Dick Pryor in the season premier of the acclaimed “A Conversation With…” series. As a youth, Stafford gazed at the western Oklahoma sky and dreamed of being a pilot. What he became was a space pioneer and one of Oklahoma’s most celebrated native sons.

Related Topics: Biography & Profiles

Originally broadcast on October 5, 2010


http://video.oeta.tv/on_the_record/Cooking_with_Julia_and_Gord.flv Mike Boettcher
Mike Boettcher

Julia Child and Gordon Ramsay

Who knew?! Mike Boettcher loves to cook! He once spent a day with Julia Child, and now dreams of cooking with Gordon Ramsay!

Related Topics: Film & Television, Food, Cooking

Originally broadcast on September 6, 2010