Archive: Area of Interest: Talk+Lectures


The Oklahoma City Zoo’s Wild Encounters are a wild way to connect with some of your favorite Zoo animals. These ZOO-nique experiences offer wildlife fans an up-close encounter with Asian elephants, bears, Galapagos tortoises and more. Meet the OKC Zoo’s expert caretakers while learning about... Read More

Curatorial Conversations: The Cowgirl State

Join Lindsay Linton Buk, artist of Women in Wyoming: Portraits and Interviews of Women Who Shape the West, for a conversation about her journey and vision to create her project, lessons learned from her 3 plus years on production and pathways forward for women in the West. Buk inspires and... Read More

Brown Bag: Brummett Echohawk: Art and War

Brummett Echohawk’s World War II drawings capture scenes from the battlefield as well as portraits. Despite no formal artistic training, his talent is immediately recognized when viewing these engaging works of art. Denise Neil, Ph.D. will lead this presentation on the artistic quality of the... Read More

Brown Bag: Why We Fight: Art in Peace and War

In an effort to document his Pawnee warrior’s story, Brummett Echohawk sketched both the brutality of combat and the common humanity of soldiers. Echohawk formed part of a massive Allied force that unleashed devastating destruction on the enemies of freedom, but from Echohawk to Eisenhower, from... Read More

2023 Fall Break Camps October 12 & 13

School might be out, but the learning doesn't have to stop! Science Museum Oklahoma offers fall break camps for Oklahoma City metro families.  Early Explorers (pre-K and kindergarten), Explorers (grades 1-3) and Innovators (grades 4-6) will have a fall break to remember with hands-on activities,... Read More