Art exhibits abound this month. Gilcrease Museum presents Assignment Tulsa from March 5-July 4, which showcases the many things that make Tulsa a great place to live and work through the art of photography.

Stick around Tulsa for two new exhibitions at Philbrook: From the Limitations of Now and Views of Greenwood, both running March 14-Sept. 5. Limitations brings together both local and national artists to reflect upon the ways art and literature help us examine America’s past and hope for a better future. Views of Greenwood presents nearly fifty photographs of the Greenwood District by three Oklahoma photographers who have explored change, loss and resilience within the neighborhood over the last 50 years.

In Norman, Momentum runs March 3-7 at MAINSITE Contemporary Art Gallery. The Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition (OVAC) presents this showcase of innovative works by young Oklahoma artists.

Also in Norman, Long Exposure runs at Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art through June 27. This show demonstrates the style of Pictorialism and its lasting influence on amateurs, art photographers and Hollywood portraitists.

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