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NEW EXHIBIT | Picture Yourself

NOW OPEN! Stop by the Museum to experience our new, immersive Picture Yourself exhibit. #OHOFPictureYourself

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Opening Reception | January 19

Join us for the opening of our newest special exhibit, Oklahoma Pride: The Next 50 Years of Oklahoma Art.

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See You Saturday | February 11

Stop by the Museum the Second Saturday of each month for uniquely themed programming. Next month -African American History Month

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

“Went to this museum on a school field trip and I was BLOWN AWAY!! It's very easy to navigate and you certainly leave feeling incredibly proud of Oklahoma. The interactive media elements were beautifully done, and they all worked - which isn't always the case in these kid-friendly museums.”

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Closing Reception | Surroundings by Christie Owen

Closing Reception | Surroundings by Christie Owen

Join us for the Closing Reception of Surroundings by Christie Owen. This event is free to the public. Refreshments will be served. Surroundings offers a diverse collection of abstract 2D and 3D works inspired by our everyday environments. The materials and compositions in this body of work perpetually change in relation to various time and life experiences. This collection captures a journey of experimentation while seeking to convey balance and unity through forms and colors derived by industry and nature.

Opening | Oklahoma Pride: The Next 50 Years of Oklahoma

Opening | Oklahoma Pride: The Next 50 Years of Oklahoma

Join us for the Opening Reception of "Oklahoma Pride: The Next 50 Years of Oklahoma Art." This temporary exhibit will be on display from January 19 through April 8 in the Museum's Tulsa World | Lorton Family Gallery. The First 50 Years of Art in Oklahoma was about early Oklahoman artists, who became advisers to Oklahoma on the appreciation of art. The Oklahoma Pioneer Artists were the catalyst of fine art in Oklahoma, art education and the development of art museums. Artists in the wake of WWII took a new look at creative expression and progressive politics, like T.C. Cannon and Jack Vallee. They had a different visual perception about the changes that were taking place and what was happening in the world. Artists such as Eugene Bavinger, Doel Reed and Wallace Owens Jr,, along with other artists of the time, focused on self-expression, self-discovery and concepts beyond arts ordinary function. The use of different materials, textures, surfaces and unconventional elements will be represented through painting, printmaking, and sculpture exhibited.

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