The annual group show coincides with the Paseo Arts Festival.

Her Reflection by Lisa Jean Allswede. Photo courtesy The Project Box.
Her Reflection by Lisa Jean Allswede. Photo courtesy The Project Box.

Thru May 30

The Project Box acts as a dual art space in Oklahoma City’s Paseo Arts District, serving as an art gallery and community space. Opening roughly a year ago by Lisa Jean Allswede, the gallery provides a roof for local artists to display their works. Throughout May, The Project Box has been hosting the annual group show Fringe, which “brings contemporary women artists together,” says the Fringe website. Wrapping up May 30, you won’t want to miss the 15 artists involved in this year’s exhibit. All with different talents, working with different mediums, enjoy pieces by Lisa Jean Allswede, Marilyn Artus, Debra Ashley, Lindsey Bochnick, Krystle Brewer, Sarah Day-Short, Brandi Downham, Christie Hackler, Mary James Ketch, Van Lango, Beatriz Mayorca, Laura Reese, Brooke Rowlands, Kerri Shadd and Kalee Jones W. May 23-25, the exhibit runs in conjunction with the Paseo Arts Festival, and The Project Box will have extended hours as well as special events for guests to enjoy. On Saturday and Sunday, the gallery will be open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., and on Monday, drop by between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. Special events include Christie Hackler’s enamel demonstration, Lisa Jean Allswede’s watercolor/sewing machine demo and Kerri Shadid’s poetry stand. For more information, visit or