Get your fill of artistic goodies this month around the state.

At 108 Contemporary, visit Celebrating a Century of Life: Bob Hawks from Aug. 7 to Sept. 30. The show, which commemorates the 100th birthday of local member artist Bob Hawks, presents a curated selection of his woodwork and photography.

The aptly named Art Doesn’t Stop at ahha Tulsa runs through Aug. 31 as a virtual exhibition. See the works of the talented Narciso Arguelles online at Also at ahha, the COVID-19 Artist Relief Exhibition is open through Sept. 27. The show, born out of the desire to help local artists during the pandemic, offers creators the chance to sell their works in the community gallery. 

At OKCMOA, Art with a History showcases varied works from the permanent collection and runs through Aug. 16. 

Also online, the ongoing Renegades: Bruce Goff and the American School of Architecture, hosted bythe Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, explores the school of architecture developed by Bruce Goff, Herb Greene and others at the University of Oklahoma in the 1950s and ’60s.

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