Archive: Area of Interest: Art
Born into the Pawnee Nation in 1922, Brummett Echohawk was strongly influenced by his tribal heritage and family traditions. He served honorably in WWII, developed his gift as an artist in a variety of fields and successfully pursued acting, writing and public speaking. Echohawk’s diverse... Read More
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This round Jacaranda twill basket is perfect for keeping all your favorite little things, from pinecones to postcards. Led by BasketWeavers Guild of Oklahoma. Basket has a solid wood base measuring... Read More
This powerful exhibition features artifacts, photographs and documents depicting the work and skills of Black cowboys. Black Cowboys: An American Story offers insight into legendary cowboys, a clearer picture of the Black West and a more... Read More
September 22, 2023 - January 2, 2024
Supported by the King Ranch which offered the artist access to the ranch, the paintings in the exhibition, King Ranch: A Legacy in Art, Paintings by Noe Perez present evocative visual... Read More
On the second Sunday of the month, visitors learn the specifics behind a unique artifact from the Museum’s collection, thus opening a window to learning even more about a particular culture, individual or moment in time. Hear from Michael Grauer Curator of Cowboy Collections and Western Art at... Read More
Art appreciation rarely involves appreciating the daily grind of life as an artist. Come hear the stories that make up the day-to-day trials and tribulations of artists and the people who were responsible for keeping them from starving. Welcome Sundown by Hollis Williford which greets guests at... Read More
Join in a celebration of the rich and varied cultures of North, South and Central America. Enjoy musical performances and dance from local cultural groups representing countries of origin from all over the Americas. Create musical crafts, explore the Museum galleries and discover the vast diversity... Read More
VIP Performance: August 10
Southern Plains Productions presents Lauren Gunderson's Silent Sky at Science Museum Oklahoma. Get ready to experience the Kirkpatrick Planetarium in a brand new way!
Silent Sky tells the story of Henrietta Leavitt, who at the turn of the 20th century worked in... Read More
Drop by and participate in family friendly activities. Create make-and-take crafts, explore galleries and help create pixel art inspired by the Prix de West Invitational Art Exhibition. Free for members or with Museum admission. Available while supplies last.
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Most people assume Native American ledger art was limited to the North American Great Plains. Known for their colorful and realistic depiction of Indigenous life, these drawings were socially validated and extremely accurate. They show landscapes and couples courting. They display prisoners of war... Read More