Lights, Lyrics, Legends: Trailblazing Entertainers

This exhibit celebrates 18 Oklahoma Hall of Fame Inductees who have left a mark on American culture through their contributions to opera, film, Broadway, rodeo, and more.

Open date

April 29, 2024

Close date

April 26, 2025

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A Story of the Portraits Gallery Exhibit | On Display April 2024 to April 2025.

Oklahoma's most talented have shaped the state's cultural legacy and impacted the American entertainment industry as a whole. This exhibit features the inspiring journeys of 18 Oklahoma Hall of Fame Inductees in the fields of opera, film & television, Broadway musicals, rodeo, songwriting, and much more.

Driven by their passion and dedication to perfecting their crafts, these individuals have earned national and international acclaim, paving the way for other Oklahomans to one day make the world a stage of their own.

This exhibit is a collaborative project by the Gaylord-Pickens Museum and students from the Museum Theory & Practice course at the University of Central Oklahoma.

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