Film Society FAQ

OKCMOA wants Film Society membership to be as simple as possible for new and current members. We hope these answers to common questions help you with your decision to be part of this new and exciting film community in OKC!    What is Film Society? Film Society is an enhancement to your annual membership at the… Learn More

OKCMOA Continues to Expand Learning Opportunities: Programming for new spring exhibitions includes lectures, workshops, performances and more

Beginning Friday, Feb. 17, visitors will have numerous opportunities to further engage with two new exhibitions at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, “After the Floating World” and “The Unsettled Lens.” Programming for these two new, original exhibitions includes “An Evening of Art and Performance,” a lecture with Dr. Andreas Marks, SONIC Free Family Day,… Learn More

Gift Membership

Give the gift of membership to someone special! Consider a unique membership gift for a friend or loved one who loves the OKC arts community. OKCMOA memberships provide entertainment through first-rate exhibitions, films, education programs, and exciting social events. Who are you shopping for? We have different membership levels offering something for everyone. See below… Learn More

A New Approach: OKCMOA's Permanent Collection Reinstallation

OKCMOA’s reinstallation of the permanent collection arrived after Matisse in His Time.  The second floor galleries feature works of art from the Museum’s permanent collection and select long-term loans beginning with the Works Projects Administration’s donation of twenty-eight works of art to the city of Oklahoma City in 1942.  Today, the Museum’s collection has grown to… Learn More

In the Beginning: The Saint John’s Bible

Beginning in 1995, the community of Saint John’s Abbey and Saint John’s University in Collegeville, Minnesota, began planning The Saint John’s Bible—the first handwritten, illuminated Bible to be commissioned by a Benedictine monastery in five hundred years. Yet, the project wasn’t intended to separate the modern world from the ancient biblical traditions held sacred in the… Learn More

Call for Teaching Artists – Creative Visions Program: Offered by NewView Oklahoma in Collaboration with the Oklahoma City Museum of Art

NewView Oklahoma, in collaboration with the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, is currently looking for qualified teaching artists for the Creative Visions Program. The deadline for class proposals is October 17, 2016. NewView Oklahoma proudly offers an artistic outlet to blind and visually impaired individuals. Creative Visions hosts art classes for adults. Sessions are generally… Learn More

DJ Lucy Wrubel Confirmed for Sept. 9 Renaissance Ball Late Night

The Oklahoma City Museum of Art’s (OKCMOA) biggest annual fundraiser, the Renaissance Ball, will again host DJ Lucy Wrubel for the Late Night after party. Late Night will take place Friday, Sept. 9 at 9:30 p.m. at the Oklahoma City Golf & Country Club. DJ Lucy Wrubel, a world-traveled DJ based in Dallas and named… Learn More

OKCMOA Extended Hours: Open late on select September days

OKCMOA now has extended hours on select days in September due to unprecedented demand for tickets and support from visitors—locally and nationally. So go ahead and plan your Labor Day weekend and then some! Extended hours are: Friday, September 2: 10 am-9 pm Saturday, September 3: 10 am-9 pm Sunday, September 4: 10 am-6 pm Sunday,… Learn More

Museum Cafe Now Open Later on Sundays

The Museum Cafe is now open later on Sundays in September offering a Light Bites Menu: September 4th through 18th from 10:30 am to 6 pm. Brunch will still be served from 10:30 am to 3 pm on Sundays but now visitors can also enjoy Light Bites in the afternoon! Light Bites will include a limited menu… Learn More