Revisit ongoing exhibitions and explore new showcases at Oklahoma’s numerous museums.

In Tulsa, 108 Contemporary presents Facets from Feb. 6-March 21. This stunning show explores the way coded information relates to its visual representation. ahha Tulsa’s Community Gallery offers Expressing Your Voice Through Photography until March 22. The photos in this show were taken during a five-week cell phone photography class, part of ahha’s Artists in the Schools program. 

At Gilcrease, patrons can enjoy ongoing exhibitions including Enduring Spirit: Native American Art and Masterworks from the Gilcrease Collection. The former explores the ways Indigenous people shaped the Americas; the latter offers a variety of objects and works that shed light on the art, history and culture of the continent.

In OKC, Spiro and the Art of the Mississippian World at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum runs Feb. 12-May 9. This will be the first major museum exhibition on the Spiro Mounds of southeast Oklahoma. And you won’t want to miss Moving Vision: Op and Kinetic Art from the Sixties and Seventies at OKCMOA from Feb. 20 to May 16. This exhibition highlights one of the great strengths of the museum’s permanent collection – the high-quality holdings in optical and kinetic art.

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