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Headlined by Kehinde’s Jacob de Graef (2018), this permanent installation showcases some of the Oklahoma City Museum of Art’s most recent acquisitions, with more works from John Singleton Copley, Georgia O’Keeffe and more.
This exhibit at the Oklahoma History Center explores the state’s aviators and astronauts. The centerpiece is the Skylab 4 Apollo Command Module (CM-118), which stands as the longest mission — 84 days — flown by any Apollo command module.
The Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum’s Better Conversations Program offers participants an opportunity to change how conversations work by looking at the questions we ask and honoring each other’s perspective.
The Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum’s EYEwitness Tours are led by those most affected by the bombing — family members, survivors, first responders, investigators and journalists — and provide first-hand stories and accounts.
Each First Friday of the month, galleries in the Paseo Arts District offer special themed exhibits, refreshments, guest artists and a variety of entertainment opportunities. Come see all the new works and enjoy a wonderful meal!
Experience the Wild West from the comfort of your own home with online Trail Talks! Available every Wednesday and Thursday, they are free to attend and cover a wide range of topics related to the Chisholm Trail. Watch on Facebook Live and Zoom!
Every third Thursday, visitors 18+ can enjoy extended hours and exciting performances at Factory Obscura’s permanent Mix-Tape experience! Admission is free for passholders, and tickets are available for $17.
The diverse and influential works of iconic American artist Ed Ruscha is on display at Oklahoma Contemporary through July 5. The OKC native’s Midwestern upbringing is evident throughout the 74 pieces available to explore for free! Book your guided tour now, available up to two weeks in advance.
This exhibit at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art features an outstanding collection of postwar American art from 1952 to 1996. It spotlights a period of remarkable creativity in the half-century following the end of World War II.
The Long Exposure exhibit at the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art traces the international photographic movement known as “pictorialism.” The fine art adopts painterly techniques and subjects associated with painting.
Every Saturday morning, the OSU-OKC Farmers Market at Scissortail Park gives you a chance to shop a fresh selection of local produce in Downtown OKC. Come get some fresh air as you stock up on nutritious goodies from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Take to the stands of the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark May 25-30 to join the crowd in cheering on the Big 12 Baseball Championship. You won’t want to miss any of the action!
Ring in Independence Day festivities at RIVERSPORT’s Stars & Stripes River Festival on Saturday, June 26. This Fourth of July-themed festival combines on-the-water fun with food trucks, live music, fireworks and more! Don’t miss its return to Oklahoma City’s Boathouse District.
One of the state’s most popular street festivals returns Labor Day Weekend to the Paseo Arts District! September 4-6, come enjoy food, drinks and works from acclaimed visual artists and live performers.
CMA’s New Male Vocalist of the Year in 2017 is coming to The Criterion. He’ll be performing hits like “Mercy” from his breakout self-titled debut album, as well as his follow-up “Ticket to L.A.”
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