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Peep OKC’s Public Art on a Scavenger Hunt

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Use our scavenger hunt to explore the city’s best street art!

OKC was recently honored as the Best City for Street Art by USA Today readers — and for good reason. Local and regional artists have crafted an extensive collection of colorful public art so it’s easy to fill an afternoon touring the metro’s urban core to discover the many reasons our city was picked as the best. Great destinations to find public art in OKC include: Automobile Alley, Bricktown, Midtown, Kerr Park, Plaza District, Uptown 23rd, Western Avenue, Paseo Arts District and the Oklahoma State Capitol.

On your tour, hunt for the following items to see how many you can find!

Click here to download a printable PDF to take on your adventure. Share a photo of your finds on social media with the tag #okcfamilyfun! 

  1. Bison
  2. Something green
  3. Flower
  4. Bumblebee
  5. Strawberry
  6. Basketball
  7. Boat
  8. Umbrella
  9. Something red
  10. American flag
  11. Bird
  12. Something blue

*Hint: You can find the specific pieces of art featured on the downloadable PDF in the Bricktown, Midtown, Plaza & Paseo Districts. But feel free to find your own treasures, too! 

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Featured artists on the pdf include Kris Kanaly, Denise Duong, Jacqueline Pursell, Jason Pawley, Palmer Studios, Jonathan Hills, Dusty Gilpin, Tank Ramirez, Rhiana Deck, Wiley Art, Ackzilla, Ashley Smith, Tanner Frady and Jake Beason.

 

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