OKLAHOMA CITY, OK -- An open house and ribbon cutting will be held at the brand new headquarters of Oklahoma Humanities, Oklahoma City Philharmonic, and Canterbury Voices on Friday, September 23, from 3:30 to 6:30 pm. This event is open to the public and will be hosted by board members and staff at the organizations' beautiful new office suites in the heart of Oklahoma City’s downtown Arts District.
The new offices are located on the north side of the ground floor of the mixed-use Arts District parking garage at 424 Colcord Drive in downtown Oklahoma City. The building’s designers, TAP Architecture, recently won top honors in an international design competition for the beautiful Art Deco-inspired structure. Its design reflects the style of neighboring downtown buildings, including the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, the Civic Center Music Hall, the Oklahoma County Courthouse, and the City Hall of Oklahoma City.
The event will feature food, wine, and desserts, and attendees will have the chance to win great door prizes. Metered street parking and hourly parking in the Arts District Garage are available for guests.
All three organizations thank the Gaylord Foundation, Kirkpatrick Family Fund, Presbyterian Health Foundation, and the City of Oklahoma City for helping to make these new office locations possible.
Posted on September 20, 2016
by Chris Carroll