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Philbrook Museum’s ongoing full-scale log cabin exhibition entitled Slumgullion, the Venerate Outpost was built from the skeleton of a late-1800s pioneer home, replete with colorful stained glass windows.

Continuing through August 16 at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, The Art of Light was inspired by the exploration of light as a tool to create space. The museum also offers Art with a History from May 21 to Aug. 16; the exhibition brings to the forefront several pieces from the museum’s permanent collection, telling their unique stories of ownership. OKC’s DNA Galleries presents the Support Local Art Show curated by Dylan Bradway from May 7 to June 7. The spiral toothed and elusive narwhal is explored in depth at Norman’s Sam Noble Museum during Narwhal: Revealing an Arctic Legend through June 14.