National Weather Center Biennale

The National Weather Center Biennale is the first exhibition of its kind - a national juried exhibition presenting art's window on the impact of weather on the human experience. The NWC Biennale is sponsored by the National Weather Center in Norman, Oklahoma, The Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art at the University of Oklahoma, and the Norman Arts Council. The exhibition is staged in the 244,000-square-foot National Weather Center. The central space for the exhibition is the dramatic 9,600-square-foot atrium with gallery lighting and full security. The Biennale opened on Earth Day, April 22, 2013, and will close on June 2, 2013. The Biennale is free to the public, although the National Weather Center Biennale catalog may be purchased for $25 plus tax. Days/times:
  • M-Th – 10-5
  • F – 10-7
  • Sa – 10-5
  • Su – 12-5
Guests will need to present a photo ID to gain entry to the exhibition. 567569573584585 - Copy626631636649659678699 The 244,000-square-foot National Weather Center building on the University of Oklahoma's Research Campus anchors a research and learning community including the nation's largest academic meteorology program as well as several National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration research, operations and support organizations. Several private weather and weather technology-related companies are also located on the Research Campus. 545549 The next NWC Biennale will open April 22, 2015 Call for Entries: Earth Day, April 22, 2014 The National Weather Center Biennale is open to artists of any nationality over the age of 18.

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