The Oklahoma City Museum of Art—OKCMOA—is the namesake visual arts
organization of Oklahoma City. The Museum’s 110,000 square foot facility, constructed in 2002, is located in the heart of downtown and is an anchor for a growing cultural district of the greater metropolitan area.
Serving over 130,000 visitors annually from all fifty states and over twenty-five foreign countries, OKCMOA is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums. The institution originates special exhibitions as well as features traveling exhibitions drawn from throughout the world. The permanent collection galleries span a period of several centuries, along with a growing collection of contemporary art and a comprehensive collection of glass sculpture by Dale Chihuly.
OKCMOA produces, presents, and collaborates on numerous film and educational initiatives each year. Our core program areas of exhibitions, education, and film reach across centuries and connect the history of art with the art of our time. The Museum’s Noble Theater is one of the region’s premiere repertory cinemas, screening the finest international, independent, and classic films throughout the year and attracting film buffs from around the country.
Through the innovative programs of the Museum School, we are able to offer classes for students of all ages, as well as spring, summer, and fall art camps for youths, and a teacher resource center. Additional amenities include the Museum Store, Library, Roof Terrace, and our award winning Museum Cafe that offers a full-service bar, specialty coffees, and afternoon tea. You can find more information about all of the exciting programs and amenities here by navigating the tabs and links located on the website.
On behalf of the Board of Trustees and the entire staff of the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Donald W. Reynolds Visual Arts Center, thank you for your support and for your participation in the Museum. We deeply appreciate your patronage and look forward to your next visit!