Museum Exhibitions

Half Moon Night, Medicine and Remembrance, Yatika Fields, 2019, oil on canvas
Unknown artist from Algeria or Morocco, Africa. Inscribed in Thuluth script, Hand of Fatima charm with six-pointed star, early 20th century. Brass, 7 ½ x 4”. Newark Museum, Purchase, 1928, 28.451.

State museums and galleries have an array of exhibitions, with subjects ranging from the ancient to the contemporary.

The Tulsa Artist Fellowship and Gilcrease Museum present Recall/Respond, a multi-phased contemporary exhibition in a variety of media that continues through Oct. 13. Exploring 1,200 years of artistic creation, Wondrous Worlds: Art and Islam through Time and Place at the Philbrook Museum of Art runs through Oct. 6. Kayla Ayrn + Emily J. Moore + Jarica Walsh debuts at OKC’s DNA Galleries on Aug. 8 and runs through Sept. 8. Colors of Clay, a showcase exploring indigenous ceramic traditions in North America, begins Aug. 30 at OKC’s National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum and runs through May 10.

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