Many museums and galleries are opening back up to the public, so Oklahomans can get their fill of artistic goodies this month. In Tulsa, Philbrook has expanded the runtime of Tulsa Treasures: Private Collections in Public until Aug. 2. The exhibit showcases a variety of objects from local collectors, with selections ranging from regional art to furniture. The show’s main focus is to address the myriad reasons people collect art. 108 Contemporary presents the intricate quilt collection of Susan R. Michael at its showroom through July 26. While the gallery remains closed, its windows are open so passers-by can enjoy the artistry. From July 7 to Aug. 16, the OKCMOA offers The Art of Light. This exhibition showcases how light can be used to create space, and highlights the unique visual experiences that different forms of light can make. POP Power also runs at OKCMOA through Sept. 13; this exhibition presents more than 100 works on paper and in sculpture by the biggest names in Pop Art. The National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum offers Girls of the Golden West through Aug. 30. Drawing from the museum’s vast archives, Girls visually represents the oft-forgotten women in the fabled American West.

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