Oklahoma is now the State of Creativity.
It’s a new statewide initiative to “”empower all Oklahomans to develop their capacities for creativity and innovation” and “make possible the further development of world-class cultural and educational opportunities.” Ed Kelley, editor of The Oklahoman, “can think of no idea, no single project, more important to our state” than this project. His fear is that Oklahomans are too modest. They, ahem, don’t brag a lot about their state. This means not many people know about the artists and innovators already there.