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When art and the best spread of martinis in town combine, you get our most popular fundraising event of the year. Enjoy martini tastings from OKCs finest restaurants, delicious food, and live music and entertainment – all while raising critical funds for the arts.

Kevin Davis, Kelvin Reyes and friends stop for a photo during GOLDtini
Ross Gilbert, Cole Deardorff and Kelsey Gilbert view Deardorff’s art on exhibit at GOLDtini


Kick up your heels.

A biennial event, OPUS features show-stopping entertainment, delectable food and libations, and an auction featuring exclusive packages.

In 2023, guests were treated to a lineup of performances unlike at any other event. Oklahoma's own America's Got Talent Winner Darci Lynne headlined the event, complemented by special performances from Allied Arts grantees Lyric Theatre, Oklahoma City Ballet, Race Dance Collective, and Sooner Theatre.

Stay tuned for information on OPUS 2025!

Cabaret stage at OPUS
Jonathan Batista and Amy Potter stun the OPUS crowd with a riveting performance of Tales from the Loop.
Showgirls at OPUS
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Allied Arts has announced the opening of applications for a new grant program, COVID Relief for Oklahoma County Cultural Nonprofits. Allied Arts received $350,000 in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding from District 1 Commissioner Carrie Blumert and District 2 Commissioner Brian Maughan.
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Oklahoma County Commissioners approve ARPA funding for arts and cultural sector
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Oklahoma County Commissioners unanimously approved a proposal investing $350,000 into District 1 and District 2 from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding. Led by Allied Arts, the proposal sought the investment to rebuild arts and cultural infrastructure for Oklahoma County.
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