Explore the Oklahoma Hall of Fame in a Digital Way!
Oklahoma Genocide: Massacre at Washita River
No Frontiers Beyond Our Reach: Native American Changemakers
Edith Kinney Gaylord: The Twentieth Century Through Her Eyes
Dr. John Montgomery: Brighten the Corner Where You Are
Intellectual Changemakers: Celebrating Oklahoma's Visionaries
Changemakers: The Remarkable Women of the Oklahoma Hall of Fame
The Retrospective Exhibitions of Stuart Asprey & Charles Rushton
Stanley Draper: The Civic Legend Behind The Scenes
History of the Building
Beatriz. Behnaz. Brummell.
Culture on the Prairie
The Life of Clara Luper: A Pioneer of the American Civil Rights Movement
The Visage of Modern Matriarchy, featuring D.G. Smalling and Nicole Moan
Earth to Sky: The Art of Barbara S. Scott and David Holland
Beyond the Portraits: Artists and Their Subjects
Twice Around the World: Oklahoma’s Wiley Post
This exhibit shares holdings from the Oklahoma Hall of Fame Archives, including a new First Day Cover collection from Martin L. Severe, featuring Oklahoma’s favorite pilot, Wiley Post. The exhibit runs from the date Post landed from his solo flight around the world, July 22 through his birthday on November 22. Click here to visit!
Oklahoma Hall of Fame Service Members - Story of the Portraits
From Independence Day through Veterans Day on November 28th, we are celebrating the Oklahoman Hall of Fame Members, men and women, who have bravely served our country. Click here to visit!
Inclusion in Art: Spirit of Color
This special exhibit curated by Inclusion in Art features nine notable Oklahoma artists of color: Wallace Owens, Michi Susan, Al Bostick, Marty Avrett, Mary Ann Moore, Corazon Watkins, Edward Grady, Melvin and Rose Smith. These individuals have had thriving careers as artists; their work has been exhibited nationally and internationally; each has had a significant impact on Oklahoma art and the following generations of Oklahoma artists. Check out the exhibit catalog here!
Take a 360 Degree Virtual Tour Today!
Take a virtual tour of the Oklahoma Hall of Fame and Gaylord-Pickens Museum here!