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NWC Biennale

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2015 Best of Show Winner

Landspout, Los Angeles by Mitch Dobrowner

Pigment ink on cotton rag, 14 x 21in

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The National Weather Center Biennale

NWCB Opening Reception Photo

The National Weather Center Biennale is the first exhibition of its kind - an international juried exhibition presenting: Art's Window on the Impact of Weather on the Human Experience

Cash prizes are awarded in the following categories:

Best in Show - $10,000
Best of Painting - $5,000
Best of Photography - $5,000
Best of Mixed Media/Other - $5,000
People's Choice Award- $1,000

All accepted entries and prize recipients agree to exhibit their work at the National Weather Center and include their work in the exhibition catalogue.


RedBud Award Photo

The inaugural National Weather Center Biennale won a 2014 Oklahoma RedBud Award! Read here for more information. Congratulations to everyone who helped make it a success!

About the Venue

National Weather Center Photo

The exhibition will be staged in the National Weather Center. Completed in 2006, the 244,000-square-foot NWC building is the anchor of a unique research and learning community including the nation's largest academic meteorology program, several National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration research, operations and support organizations, and more than a half dozen private weather and weather technology-related companies - all located within a few hundred yards of each other on the University of Oklahoma's Research Campus. The central space for the exhibition will be the dramatic 9,600-square-foot atrium with gallery lighting and full security.

Admission is free to the public.

Visiting hours:
Mon-Thu – 10 a.m-5 p.m.
Fri – 10 a.m.-7 p.m.
Sat – 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Sun – 12-5 p.m.

Guests will need to present a photo ID to gain entry to the exhibition.

Image Credit:

Elizabeth Patterson
Los Angeles, California
Pershing Square, Los Angeles [detail]
Colored pencil and solvent on Bristol vellum