Oklahomans will soon have the opportunity to gain a fuller understanding of Citizen Potawatomi Nation history and identity.
Is your family itching to get out of the house? Spend some time in the car and go visit these cities.
Have you been to the Oklahoma City Museum of Art yet to see the current pop art exhibition? It will end Sept. 13, so make plans to visit soon. Read about what you can expect to see and COVID-19 health provisions in place.
Artists from across the globe have their work on display now at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, but it won’t be around much longer. Learn more about the annual art show and sale.
If you’re a fan of bright colors and air-conditioned spaces, then the Oklahoma City Museum of Art’s current exhibition is a must-see. Read about “Pop Power” and make plans to go see it soon.
Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center is working through a phased opening plan so guests can have their first chance to visit the new museum.
To keep the public safe, many cities are not hosting their annual Independence Day celebrations. But there’s plenty to do on July 4. See where you can celebrate America while being socially distant from your fellow humans.
Oklahoma City’s biggest museums have now opened or are in the final stages of welcoming back visitors as the COVID-19 restrictions ease on public gatherings.