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Allied Arts Announces Theme for 2022 Artini Fundraiser

Wednesday, July 13, 2022

July 13, 2022

RANCHtini to celebrate Allied Arts at Camp Trivera


RANCHtini to celebrate Allied Arts at Camp Trivera


OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., July 1, 2022 – Allied Arts is gearing up for ARTini, the annual martini tasting event and art auction that raises critical funds for the arts. This year’s event is called “RANCHtini” and will have a western theme. It’ll be held on August 5, 2022, from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. at the Camp Trivera in the Oklahoma City Adventure District.

This year’s event, presented by Tito’s Handmade Vodka, will be Oklahoma City’s largest cocktail competition and art auction, bringing together local restaurants, entertainment and artists for a dynamic evening benefitting the arts in our community. Along with taste testing custom cocktails from several of Oklahoma City’s most popular restaurants, guests can also bid on one-of-a-kind art by local artists and participate in the silent auction for a chance to win unique experiences, exquisite wine, fine jewelry and more.

“ARTini is consistently one of the most memorable and enjoyable events in Oklahoma City,” said event co-chair Brittany Ward who is spearheading the event with Katherine Zajac. “The atmosphere always lends itself to a great evening, and we’re excited to see how the beautiful Camp Trivera enhances that atmosphere.”

Each year, ARTini helps Allied Arts fund programs that touch the lives of more than one million people, including dynamic community performances and events, and valuable arts experiences for children, veterans, and the elderly, many in underserved areas. Allied Arts helps partner organizations offer free or reduced-price events and provide innovative arts education across the state, enabling more members of our communities to experience the arts.

Along with Presenting Sponsor Tito’s Handmade Vodka, other major sponsors of RANCHtini include Paycom, Mansions Senior Living, W&W AFCO Steel, Devon Energy, Freestyle Creative, OG&E, Bank7, Heartland and AT&T Oklahoma.

Tickets are on sale now at ARTini tickets are $125 and must be purchased in advance. Guests must be at least 21 and display a valid ID to enter the event. For more information, visit or email

ARTini is presented annually by Catalyst, Allied Arts’ emerging professionals’ group. Membership includes ticket(s) to ARTini, as well as networking, learning and volunteer opportunities throughout the year. For more information about ARTini, Catalyst or giving to Allied Arts, visit

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