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The Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum’s Better Conversations Program offers participants an opportunity to change how conversations work by looking at the questions we ask and honoring each other’s perspective.
The Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum’s EYEwitness Tours are led by those most affected by the bombing — family members, survivors, first responders, investigators and journalists — and provide first-hand stories and accounts.
Diverse in ethnicity, background and age, women experienced and shaped the American West through roles far more complex than stereotypes suggest. This exhibit at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum reveals the diversity.
This exhibit at the Oklahoma History Center explores the state’s aviators and astronauts. The centerpiece is the Skylab 4 Apollo Command Module (CM-118), which stands as the longest mission — 84 days — flown by any Apollo command module.
Moving Vision, an exhibit at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, brings together the Op art and Kinetic art movements to tell the story of the exploration of motion in the 1960s and 70s.
OK/LA features the work of six Oklahomans who left the state in the late 1950s to move to Los Angeles: Patrick Blackwell, Joe Goode, Jerry McMillan, Ed Ruscha, Paul Ruscha, and Mason Williams. The exhibit runs through early March at the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art.
This free exhibit traces the Oklahoma City Museum of Art’s rich history from its founding to present day. Through a wealth of photographs, letters, newspaper clippings and scrapbooks, visitors will discover the fascinating stories over the past 75 years.
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