At Philbrook, explore a world of delight, imagination and paradox with Dalí’s Alice in Wonderland, running June 11-Oct. 17. 

At Gilcrease, Enslavement to Emancipation: Toward a More Perfect Union opens June 17, showcasing three foundational documents that speak to the history of African slavery in the Western Hemisphere and the United States.

In conjunction with the Tulsa Race Massacre’s centennial, Crystal Z Campbell presents Notes from Black Wall Street (Or How to Project Yourself Into the Future) at ahha Tulsa. The show, running through July 25, considers the ramifications of the massacre into present day.

In OKC, one of the largest art sales in the region, the Prix de West, kicks off June 7 at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum. Enjoy a variety of styles and artists at the event, which ends Aug. 8.

At OKCMOA, visit Fritz Scholder: Beyond Stereotypes through Nov. 7. The art of Scholder works to replace “tourist-approved” narratives of Natives, instead presenting the realities of Indigenous people. Another OKCMOA exibition, The Painters of Pompeii, opens June 26.

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