OKCMOA outreach programs provide education and hands-on art making experiences for people of all ages throughout the community. Reaching beyond the Museum’s walls, the Museum is committed to actively collaborating with community partners to provide hands-on enrichment through the visual arts.


The Oklahoma City Museum of Art offers a monthly art lesson to children and teens at the St. Anthony’s Behavioral Medicine. The Museum’s lessons comply with Oklahoma Visual Art Standards and serve as an outlet for creativity and expression.


OWL Camp – NewView Oklahoma, the leading employer of the blind and visually impaired in Oklahoma, and the only private agency in the state that provides specialized vision rehabilitation services, hosts a free, week long OWL CAMP for children ages 8 to 18 who are blind or vision impaired. The Museum hosts a day for the campers of interactive art-making experiences along with verbal description tour in the Museum’s galleries.

Creative Visions – NewView’s Art Program, Creative Visions, offers art classes for adults with vision loss hosted at NewView Oklahoma’s Headquarters and the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. Each six week session meets once weekly for 90 minutes and the classes are open to any person with vision loss. All classes are offered free of charge.


Sound Images – Inspired by images from the Museum’s permanent collection and music, students in grades 3-8 create works of art. Each year a selection are displayed at OKCMOA in a special exhibition.

OKCMOA’s outreach efforts are made possible by the generosity of Crawley Petroleum Corporation and Allied Arts.

If you require an accommodation for limited mobility, hearing impairment, vision loss, sensory differences, or any other disability, please contact us at (405) 278-8237 or email access@okcmoa.com. For more information on access at OKCMOA click here.