By Glenda Rice Collins (Updated September 27, 2019)
Bartlesville, Okla., USA — Personal injury along with physical and mental duress can derail the best of intentions for a fulfilling life. To restore a semblance of “balance,” — Get thee to a beach, and get back to the arts! Continue reading
By Glenda Rice Collins
BARTLESVILLE, Okla., USA — This week I felt a vital, revived connection, when I toured the ongoing Price Tower Arts Center exhibition, Shin’enKan: House of the Far Away Heart, which ends March 26. Bruce Goff’s spirited and somewhat spiritual, avant-garde Oklahoma masterpiece was engulfed in flames some 20 years ago. Continue reading
By Glenda Rice Collins, Updated June 9, 2016
BARTLESVILLE, Okla., USA — The internationally-acclaimed Miró Quartet returns for the OK Mozart music festival’s 2016 Opus 32 season, June 11 – 18, with several 2 p.m. matinee concerts next week in the intimate performance space of the OKM Ambler Hall, which opened last fall in the heartland. Continue reading
By Glenda Rice Collins, published November 12, 2015
BENTONVILLE, Ark., USA — As Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art readies to host the Picturing the Americas International Symposium this weekend, in conjunction with the ongoing exhibition Picturing the Americas: Landscape Painting from Tierra del Fuego to the Arctic, a newly-reconstructed Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian-style gem awaits public visitation.
David E. Marsh, FASA, President, Marsh/PMK International, LLC
Good Vibes: From Storeroom to Concert Showplace
By Glenda Rice Collins, Arts Columnist
Published August 31, 2015, For GlendaRiceCollins.com
BARTLESVILLE, Okla., USA — Picture a concert hall in a ‘shoebox,’ and you may have some idea of the acoustical challenges for David E. Marsh, FASA, in relation to converting a narrow, rectangular-shaped storeroom into a gracious, acoustically-sound concert venue — on a ‘shoestring’ budget.