“The Art of Oklahoma” opens at OKCMOA Nov. 16

A new exhibition, “The Art of Oklahoma,” opens at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art on Nov. 16, the 110th anniversary of Oklahoma statehood. The installation features a selection of paintings, prints and photographs spanning 100 years and ranging in style from Impressionism and documentary photography to geometric abstraction and hyperrealism. Curated from the Museum’s… Learn More

Museum Store Holiday Gift Guide

This holiday season jingle on down to the Museum Store at OKCMOA for the most unique selection of gifts in the Metro! From Art Books to cards to jewelry to local art, the Museum Store has your holiday needs covered. Visit us throughout December: Tuesday-Saturday 10 am- 5 pm, Thursday 10 am-9 pm, Sunday 12-5 pm (we’re… Learn More

Holidays at OKCMOA: Winter 2018

This Holiday Season, OKCMOA has something for everyone. Our holiday events, activities and hours are listed below! Holiday Hours The Museum, Museum Store, and Museum Cafe will be open regular hours other than the following: Thanksgiving Day: Closed Christmas Eve: Museum closed, Museum Cafe open 12-3 pm* for Holiday Meal Pick-up only Christmas Day: Closed New… Learn More

Museum Films Presents “Summer of Lynch”: A series celebrating the work of David Lynch will screen Aug. 10-17

The Oklahoma City Museum of Art (OKCMOA) hosts a film series called “Summer of Lynch” screening Aug. 10 to 17. This series presents a new documentary about David Lynch’s artistic process alongside a curated six-film retrospective of newly restored and rarely screened films directed by Lynch, including a 35mm print of “Inland Empire” provided personally… Learn More

OKCMOA announces exhibition lineup through spring 2018: Fall exhibition showcases Dutch and Flemish masterpieces from the Victoria and Albert Museum

The Oklahoma City Museum of Art’s (OKCMOA) special exhibitions planned for fall 2017 through spring 2018 range from original drawings by Peter Paul Rubens and Rembrandt van Rijn and video installations by the provocative contemporary filmmaker and artist Apichatpong Weerasethakul to a highly controversial collection of modern art acquired by the Museum in 1968.  … Learn More

J. Edward Barth named new Chairman of the Board of Trustees

The Oklahoma City Museum of Art (OKCMOA) Board of Trustees announces the appointment of J. Edward Barth as Board chair. Judge Jerome A. Holmes is the outgoing Board chair. “I am honored to begin my service during the Museum’s 15th year in downtown Oklahoma City,” said Barth. “We are looking forward to another incredible year… Learn More

Social Narratives: Accessing OKCMOA in the best way possible

At OKCMOA, we want our visitors to have positive experiences that inspire a second, third, and fourth visit with friends and family. We also understand accessibility is important and want you to easily access our facility, further enhancing your experience, whether you’re with a child, a tour group, or just browsing solo. Feel free to… Learn More

OKCMOA announces programming for the summer blockbuster exhibition, “Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic”: Tickets to tours, lectures, discussions and exhibition on sale today

Visitors who want to learn more about the fascinating artist behind “Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic,” OKCMOA’s summer exhibition, will have many opportunities, including tours, lectures, discussions, classes and art making. One of the signature events of the summer includes Eugenie Tsai, Ph.D., John and Barbara Vogelstein Curator of Contemporary Art, Brooklyn Museum, who will… Learn More