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Neon, Streets and Passports

Through July 21, Roadside Neon at Tulsa’s 108 Contemporary features the work of neon artist Todd Sanders, who depicts the Route 66 landscape with stunning signage. In Oklahoma City on July 19, the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum debuts the Passport exhibition, taking the viewer into the expansive worlds of several Western artists. Also at the National Cowboy Museum,...

Photos That Move You

A comprehensive collection of Pulitzer Prize-winning photographs comes to Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa from March 29 to July 14. The exhibition presents images of every prize-winning entry since the award’s inception in 1942 – ranging from moments of political unrest (Protest in Ferguson, 2015) and global tragedy (Oklahoma City Bombing, 1996) to childhood innocence (Journey of Hope, 2003). The...

Celebrating the American West

The Oklahoma City Museum of Art brings a collection of more than 40,000 photographs to its halls during Ansel Adams and the Photographers of the West. The show, which runs through May 26, showcases Adams and his wide array of photos of the American West and its many features. Adams is credited for bringing environmental awareness to the forefront of...

Land of the Long White Cloud

If you’ve seen The Lord of the Rings films, then you already know New Zealand is a place of stunning beauty and mystery. About as far away from Oklahoma as you can get, Aotearoa – Maori for the Land of the Long White Cloud – is the perfect place to feel like you’re in a completely new world. New Zealand...