OKCMOA Selected As a 2019 Bank of America Art Conservation Project Grant Recipient: "Triumph of Washington" Undergoes Conservation

The Oklahoma City Museum of Art has been selected as a 2019 Bank of America Art Conservation Project grant recipient to conserve its recent acquisition Triumph of Washington by Gardner Hale. The grant funding will help preserve the monumental mural executed in 1931 for future generations. This large-scale painting—measuring 165” x 293”—has not been exhibited… Learn More

Visiting FAQ’s for Van Gogh, Monet, Degas

OKCMOA wants you to enjoy your visit. To ensure you make the most of your Van Gogh, Monet, Degas experience, please read our FAQs before planning your trip! Accessibility Do you have large print labels? Yes, large print labels that correlate to the works of art in the exhibition are available at the front desk… 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

Visiting FAQs for “Matisse in His Time”

OKCMOA wants you to enjoy your visit. To ensure you make the most of your Matisse in His Time experience, please read our FAQs before planning your trip! EXTENDED HOURS IN SEPTEMBER Due to unprecedented demand for tickets, OKCMOA will extend hours for the final weeks of Matisse in His Time: Masterworks of Modernism from… Learn More