November 5-6, 2016
Baird Hall
RSU Claremore Campus
Nov. 5: 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Nov. 6: 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Schedule of Events

Rogers State University’s Art on the Hill Festival showcases high quality art works by established artisans, rising talents, and junior and high school students from throughout northeastern Oklahoma.

This year, Art on the Hill is being held in conjunction with the RSU Native American Heritage Festival (Saturday, Nov. 5). Artists will have the option of being located inside of Baird Hall or outside on the lawn. If choosing to be outside, you will need to supply your own tent.

Visitors will have an opportunity to stroll through the art exhibits, experience live art demonstrations, and enjoy music provided by guest musicians. The event will remain free and open to the public, thanks to the generosity of event sponsors.

A special collection of works from RSU alumni will be exhibited in the Foundation Gallery in conjunction with Art on the Hill.

Exhibiting artists require an entry fee, with $25 from each entry going directly to the scholarship fund. RSU students require a $50 participation fee to exhibit their works for sale. Funding for the Tulsa Repertory Musical’s presentation of the children’s musical, “Forever Plaid,” is made possible by funding of the Oklahoma Arts Council. Other event sponsors include Union Pacific and Cherokee Nation Will Rogers Downs.

Presenting Sponsors

Union Pacific logo Oklahoma Arts Council logo Cherokee Nation logo

2015 Photo Album

2015 Art on the Hill Photo Album