The Language of Hope and Courage

The Children's Hospital at OU Medicine launched an artist-in-residence program that empowers critically ill children to engage in creative expression while bringing joy and comfort to their families. We recently sat down with Ginna Dowling, a renowned contemporary printmaker, installation artist, and visual storyteller, to learn about the inspiration behind The Language of Hope and Courage.

It’s All Black and White

Truman Capote threw lavish masquerade ball at the Plaza Hotel in New York City in honor of Katherine Graham, publisher of The Washington Post Nov. 28, 1966. More than 60 years later, that evening has inspired many festive engagements, and in this case, it is for a good cause. Since 2017, Lonnie Green and Anita Crites Milam have hosted Oklahoma…

On Behalf of Our Kids

Summertime in Oklahoma means many different things for the youth in our community. From enjoying a break from school, family vacations, summer jobs and sports to enjoying leisure activities with friends, it can be easy to forget that so many of the organizations that help the children in our community throughout the year are still working tirelessly during the summer months, and there…