67th Berlin International Film Festival: The Other Side of Hope, Mr. Long, Bright Nights, On the Beach at Night Alone, El mar la mar, Ghost in the Mountains

In its sixty-seventh year, the Berlinale, or Berlin International Film Festival, continues to function as one of the better barometers for the current climate of world cinema. It is in Berlin, after all, that X-Men universe blockbusters (Logan) and generations-late sequels (T2 Trainspotting)–I didn’t happen to see either–receive their international, red-carpet premieres, next to ethnographic… Learn More

Membership FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions We know choosing the right Membership and using your perks is important! Find all the answers to your Membership questions below! Membership Perks Does my membership get me into special exhibitions for FREE? Members enjoy free admission to the Museum every day, which includes any special exhibitions. Do Members receive a discount… Learn More

Eternity in this Life: On Roberto Rossellini's The Flowers of St. Francis (1950)

Roberto Rossellini’s 1950 masterwork The Flowers of St. Francis, whose Italian title, Francesco, giullare di Dio translates as “Francis, God’s Jester,” seeks less to tell the story of its saint’s life than to show the impact of “the Franciscan message… and spirit” on its followers. This axiomatic expression of Italian neorealism depicts both scenes from the life… Learn More

2016: The Year in Film

Thanks to the continual health of the international art cinema, a deeper dive into recent Chinese independent filmmaking, key restorations, and a Jean Renoir program precipitated by the Museum’s “Matisse in His Time” exhibition, Oklahoma City audiences had many fine alternatives to the multiplex in 2016. Among the more than seventy new releases that Museum Films programmed during that… Learn More

Top 7 Holiday Gift Ideas from the Museum Store

Looking for the perfect, one-of-a-kind gift this holiday season? Look no further than the Museum Store! From Art Books to cards to jewelry to local art, the Museum Store has your holiday needs covered. Plus, we’re open 10 am-5 pm on Black Friday and Small Business Saturday. Visit us throughout December: Tuesday-Saturday 10 am- 5 pm,… Learn More

Gift Membership

This holiday season, give the gift of membership! OKCMOA memberships make great gifts and 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 for our most popular gift levels!   Individual + Moderns $80 Perfect for:… Learn More

A New Approach: OKCMOA's Permanent Collection Reinstallation

OKCMOA’s reinstallation of the permanent collection arrives after this past summer’s momentous exhibition on the Museum’s second floor, 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… Learn More

Visiting FAQs

PLANNING YOUR VISIT Where should I park? Please click here for a map, directions and parking information. Are wheelchairs and walkers available? We have several wheelchairs and walkers available that are first come, first served. Can I bring a backpack into the galleries? Backpacks and large bags are not allowed in our galleries. We offer lockers for… Learn More

Sometimes the Death Column Brought Good News: For the Devilish Pleasures of Ealing's Kind Hearts and Coronets

Once stupidly dismissed by French film critic and director François Truffaut as a “contradiction of terms,” the British cinema was responsible for a great number of outstanding films throughout the 1940s and early 1950s, first with the poetical, wartime non-fiction of Humphrey Jennings (Listen to Britain) and the myth-focused collaborations of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger (The Life… Learn More

Holidays at OKCMOA

This Holiday Season, OKCMOA has something for everyone. Our holiday events, activities and hours are listed below! KIDS FREE OVER WINTER BREAK Celebrate the holidays and create family memories at the Museum with free admission for kids 17 and under from December 20th through 31st. See below for activities and hours. HOLIDAY HOURS The Museum, Museum… Learn More