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The creativity and diversity of Native American art is on display at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. On display until May 12, 2019, American Indian Artists: 20th Century Masters showcases pieces produced largely between 1930 and 1980.
In one of the most significant events in the world of fine art, the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum hosts two outstanding exhibitions: the Cowboy Artists of America (CAA) and the Traditional Cowboy Arts Association (TCAA). The CAA exhibition is on display Oct. 4-Nov. 25, 2018, and the TCAA exhibition can be seen from Oct. 4, 2018-Jan. 6, 2019. Don’t miss this fine art event for art connoisseurs and cowboy fans alike! Both the CAA and TCAA exhibits are open to the general public with regular museum admission.
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Take a three-century leap into Britain’s art history with Masterworks of British Painting at Oklahoma City Museum of Art until Sunday, February 24.
Off the Wall features more than 30 works of sculpture from the 20th and 21st centuries – a period in European and American art in which creators challenged traditional ideas of sculpture and painting. The exhibition is on display at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art from Saturday, Dec. 22, 2018, until Sunday, May 12, 2019.
Martin Weinstein meticulously captures the essence of natural landscapes with the use of sheets of plexiglass layered together to form a single image. See the intriguing exhibit at The Goddard Center from October 23 until January 2019.
Come see this one-of-a-kind exhibit of ancient historical artifacts dating back to biblical times! The Seals of Isaiah and King Hezekiah Discovered Exhibit is on display through Sunday, January 27 at the Armstrong Auditorium in Edmond.
Seeds of Being at Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art is an exhibit curated by Native American Art & Museum Studies students that examines how exposure to cultural art has an impact on the indigenous groups that create it. The exhibit is open until December 30, and admission is free.
For more than 35 years, Carol Beesley Hennagin has collected works by many of the best-known photographers of the 20th century and, in 1988, Beesley and her late husband, Michael Hennagin, began donating portions of their collection to the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art. “Still Looking” offers an interesting survey of Beesley’s collecting practices.
Experience a little slice of culture in Ardmore at the Sunny Side Up Film Festival, March 23-24 at The Goddard Center. Designed for both experienced and novice filmmakers, the festival’s mission is to inspire and encourage filmmakers and screenwriters to pursue courageous and bold artistic visions.
See the masterpieces that transformed the visual arts scene in Britain during the 19th century. Victorian Radicals is a collection that reflects the artistic and social vision of three generations of rebels. See it at Oklahoma City Museum of Art until January 6, 2019.
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