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A few 'cool' event ideas from the KGOU arts & events calendar! (Jul 07, 2011)

The summer heat could be a sign that an air-conditioned gallery or concert hall is the place to be this weekend.

Talented Ada natives show off their skills at this year’s Ada’s Got Talent competition starting Thursday at East Central University. Three days, three age categories, one cause: to raise funds for Ada Homeless Services.

Dracula” starts its four-day run in Woodward this Thursday evening at the Woodward Arts Theatre. It’s based on the original 1897 version by Bram Stoker and if you can’t catch the first three evening shows, there’s a Sunday Matinee at 2:00 p.m.

Artistic director for the Russian National Ballet Foundation, Valery Lantratov gives a two-day Ballet Master Class Thursday and Friday. All ages and experience levels are welcome to take part in the classes that take place at the Julie Dance Academy in Norman.

Young Kiowa artists will have their work displayed this Friday evening at the opening of “A Living Legacy: Kiowa Youth Art Competition & Exhibit” at the Jacobson House in Norman.

Asia and Chelsea Scudder collaborate on a mother-daughter art show called “Processes” opening this Friday at STASH in Norman. The two will be present at the opening that showcases Asia’s unique wire sculptures and Chelsea’s organic watercolor-ink paintings.

And an opening reception for the “Wherever You Go” exhibit is this Friday evening at the Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art in Shawnee. You’ll see 16th and 17th century maps from around the world.

For more on these – and other events – see the full calendar here.

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