Fine arts and theater notes, Dec. 31

Gallery presents Impressionism exhibit

ARDMORE — The Goddard Center for Fine Arts presents a comprehensive presentation of living impressionist Erin Hanson. The exhibition features a selection of works from her personal collection, as well as paintings highlighting her prolific output over the past decade and a half.

Open Impressionism is a new style and movement, which has sparked a new enthusiasm for contemporary Impressionism.

An opening reception is Jan. 13, and the exhibit runs through Feb. 22. The Goddard Center is located at 401 1st Ave. SW. For more information, go to erinhanson.com/event/contemporaryimpressionismatgoddardcenter.

Program is dedicated to short films

[Artspace] at Untitled’s new program, “40 Minutes or Less,” will become Oklahoma City’s only film series dedicated to short films. Curated by [Artspace] and Alex Palmer of the OKC Film Society, the program will show a diverse array of films by filmmakers.

Screenings will be accompanied by a community-led discussion, providing a unique space for

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