Virtual exhibits

Explore our exhibits online. Click the image tiles below to view each virtual exhibit.

April 29, 2024

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.
March 8, 2024

Roots Culture History: The Works of LaQuincey Reed and Markus Muse

LaQuincey Reed's intricate bronze sculptures and Markus Muse’s technical portraitures pay homage to often-overlooked figures in American and world history. This exhibition features artworks that delve into ancestral roots and cultural identity, offering a unique opportunity to experience the extraordinary artistic talents of both artists side by side.
September 27, 2023

this universe is you

Featuring the artwork of five contemporary Indigenous women of Oklahoma, this exhibit focuses on themes of history, memory and identity.
August 22, 2023

Quitting is Not an Option: The Remarkable Life of Wayman Lawrence Tisdale

This exhibit presents a timeline of the life of Wayman Tisdale, an Oklahoman who embodied perseverance and optimism and whose story continues to inspire others to do the same.
July 11, 2023

Quality of Light

Become immersed in abstract art that uses color to express emotion, history, and curiosity. Featuring artwork by Michael Bendure, Raasheda Burnett, Jay Exon, Katelynn Noel Knick, and Steven Schmidt.
May 2, 2023

Green Country: From Lenapah to Prague

This exhibit features the lives of 18 Oklahoma Hall of Fame inductees from the 18-county region in northeast Oklahoma.
April 7, 2023

A Sense of Place

This exhibit features artwork from Anke Dodson, David Lee Anderson, Irmgard Geul, Mark Lewis, and Michael McDaniel.
January 10, 2023

Reflection Symmetry

This exhibit features works of art from Lawrence Naff and Jason Wilson. The artworks of Naff and Wilson featured in this exhibit illustrate the intersection of mathematics and art.
September 29, 2022

Oklahoma Genocide: Massacre at Washita River

Featuring artwork from eight Native American artists – George Levi, Halcyon Levi, Harvey Pratt, Robert Martinez, Gordon Yellowman, Michael Elizondo, Matt Learned, and Brent Learned.
September 27, 2022

No Frontiers Beyond Our Reach: Native American Changemakers

This exhibit highlights eight different trailblazing Native Americans that left impactful legacies in the fields of history, education, space exploration, military, politics, and the arts.
August 17, 2022

Edith Kinney Gaylord: The Twentieth Century Through Her Eyes

The exhibit focuses on Gaylord's coverage of major mid-twentieth century events. Gaylord's life exemplifies a spirit of generosity and curiosity about the world.
June 25, 2022

Vida Oklahoma

Featuring large-scale works of art by Carlos Barboza and ceramic vessels created by Issac Diaz, this exhibit explores identiy and experiences of LatinX Artists in Oklahoma.
April 7, 2022

Intellectual Changemakers: Celebrating Oklahoma's Visionaries

This exhibit features seven inspiring Oklahomans that helped to reshape our understanding of the world and inspired peope to make changes.
February 15, 2022

Dr. John Montgomery: Brighten the Corner Where You Are

This exhibit presents a timeline of Dr. John W. Montgomery's career as a leader in civics and agriculture. It tells the story of a selfless Oklahoman who worked tirelessly to improve the lives of others.
February 3, 2022

The Retrospective Exhibitions of Stuart Asprey & Charles Rushton

Featuring sculptures from Stuart Asprey and photography from Charles Rushton.
September 10, 2021

Changemakers: The Remarkable Women of the Oklahoma Hall of Fame

This exhibit features seven women who have inspired meaningful change in Oklahoma and beyond.
September 9, 2021

Common Threads

Featuring the artwork of Julie Marks Blackstsone, Pamela Husky, and Stephanie Grubbs.
August 10, 2021

Stanley Draper: The Civic Legend Behind The Scenes

This exhibit presents a timeline of Stanley Draper's civic projects and tells Oklahoma City's incredible story through the lens of a man who spent forty-nine years building it.
May 20, 2021

Bellamy. Mercer.

Featuring the artwork of Jessica Bellamy and sculptures of Sunni Mercer.
February 9, 2021

Beatriz. Behnaz. Brummell.

The works of Oklahoma artists Beatriz Mayorca, Behnaz Sohrabian, and Tammy Brummell merge in three concurrent solo exhibitions showcasing their unique approaches to their respective mediums and their playful commonality.
February 2, 2021

The Life of Clara Luper: A Pioneer of the American Civil Rights Movement

This exhibit explore the life of Clara Luper, an activist and history educator who was born and raised in Oklahoma during the Jim Crow era. She experienced racial discrimination and injustice firsthand, which motivated her to combat racism and segregation.
January 19, 2021

Culture on the Prairie

This exhibit features ten Oklahoma Hall of Fame inductees whose civic contributions defined Oklahoma’s early cultural community and helped establish many of Oklahoma’s museums during the twentieth century.
October 6, 2020

The Visage of Modern Matriarchy

Featuring two Oklahoma artists, DG Smalling and Nicole Moan, this exhibit visually explores the concepts of contemporary female warriors and reemerging matriarchy.
July 15, 2020

Oklahoma Hall of Fame: Service Members

This exhibit that features great miliatary leaders from Oklahoma.
July 14, 2020

Twice Around the World: Oklahoma’s Wiley Post

This exhibit shares holdings from the Oklahoma Hall of Fame Archives, including a new First Day Cover collection from Martin L. Severe, featuring Oklahoma’s favorite pilot, Wiley Post.
June 30, 2020

Earth to Sky: The Art of Barbara S. Scott and David Holland

This exhibit is the story and celebration of Barbara Scott and David Holland and their thirty-year friendship as artists.
February 1, 2020

Inclusion in Art: Spirit of Color

Featuring artwork by Wallace Owens, Michi Susan, Al Bostick, Marty Avrett, Mary Ann Moore, Corazon Watkins, Edward Grady, Melvin and Rose Smith.
January 1, 2020

360 Degree Virtual Tour

A virtual tour of the Oklahoma Hall of Fame | Gaylord-Pickens Museum.
October 22, 2019

Beyond the Portraits: Artists and Their Subjects

This exhibition is an exploration of the diverse range of portrait artists featured within the Gaylord-Pickens Museum’s collection of portraits and busts. The eight artworks selected were created between 1924-2004 and showcase a wide range of artistic styles.
May 10, 2007

History of the Building

Explore the history of the Mid-Continent Life Insurance building, now on the National Register of Historic Places.