Healing Arts & Outreach

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.


Please join us for Making Memories at OKCMOA, a program for individuals living with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. Held on the second Tuesday of each month, the Museum is able to offer free access to its galleries and studios. Gallery time includes a discussion centered on one work of art, and studio time includes one hour of refreshments, conversation, and instruction.

Making Memories is promoted through the Alzheimer’s Association of Oklahoma and adult day care facilities throughout the Oklahoma City metro area. The program is also open to individuals who live on their own or with a caregiver.

While admission is free, participants must RSVP in advance. Please contact Amanda Harmer at (405) 278-8221 or learn@okcmoa.com to reserve your space in the program.


The Oklahoma City Museum of Art offers monthly art lessons to children and teens at SSM Behavioral Health. The Museum’s lessons comply with Oklahoma Visual Art Standards and serve as an outlet for creativity and expression.

OKCMOA’s Healing Arts outreach efforts are made possible by the generosity of our sponsors:

Oklahoma City Community Foundation
Oklahoma Art League
Dr. Charles and Mrs. Leslie Te
Linda and Steve Slawson
Alice Dahlgren

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.