Museum & Gallery Guide

Great things are happening at museums across Oklahoma, from exciting traveling exhibitions to in-depth learning opportunities for students, teachers and the general public.

There are almost 300 fine art, history and science museums, zoological parks and tribal cultural centers represented in our state that are making superb connections to the arts. Seek out what is being offered in your community, share this information with your colleagues, and find stimulating ways to make connections to the arts through the collections, exhibitions and programs offered by Oklahoma museums.

Oklahoma City Area Museums

Oklahoma Museums Association
Oklahoma City Museum of Art
National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum
Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art
Omniplex/Kirkpatrick Galleries
Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art
International Photography Hall of Fame
Myriad Botanical Gardens
Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History
Jacobson House, Native Art Center
Oklahoma Historical Society
Untitled [ArtSpace]
IAO GalleryNorick Art Center, Oklahoma City University
Gardiner Art Gallery, Oklahoma State University
Oklahoma State University Museum of Art

Tulsa Area Museums & Galleries

The Tulsa Artists’ Coalition (TAC) Gallery is located in Tulsa’s downtown Brady Arts District. TAC is a nonprofit organization of artists and features the works of emerging and established contemporary artists.
Tulsa Artists’ Coalition (TAC) Gallery
9 East Brady
Tulsa, OK 74103
Ph: 918.592.0041

The Gilcrease Museum contains one of the world’s most comprehensive collections of American Indians and Western art.
Gilcrease Museum
1400 Gilcrease Museum Road
Tulsa, OK 74127
Ph: 918.596.2700
Ph: 1.888.655.2278
Fax: 918.596.2770

Garden Deva, located just outside downtown Tulsa, is a 3,000 sq. ft. gallery primarily stocked with whimsical metal sculptures.
Garden Deva
317 South Trenton Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74159
Ph: 918.592.3382
Fax: 918.592.7604

Tulsa Glassblowing School is located in downtown Tulsa’s Brady Arts District, a fun place to go whether you’re looking to learn a new skill or just want to observe a piece of artwork in progress. The studio provides a dynamic, safe environment for ages 13 and up to create glass art. Their studio is the only open-access glass blowing facility in Tulsa where the public is invited to stop by and watch them work anytime the doors are open.

Tulsa Glassblowing School
19 East Brady Street
Tulsa, OK 74103
Ph: 918.582.4527

Hardesty Arts Center is run by the Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa, in the heart of the Brady Arts District. The facility features exhibition space in a contemporary environment. Browse local art collections in the main gallery and loft gallery, or step outside and browse the Anne Graves Garden. The Hardesty Arts Center puts local art on the center stage, with regular exhibitions of photography, modern art, and more. Gallery admission is free.
Hardesty Arts Center
101 East Archer Street
Tulsa, OK 74103
Ph. 918.584.3333
Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art
2021 East 71st Street South
Tulsa, OK 74136
Ph: 918.492.1818
Fax: 918.492.1888

Living Arts of Tulsa presents high quality contemporary art to the Tulsa area.
Living Arts of Tulsa
307 East Brady Street
Tulsa, OK 74120
Ph: 918.585.1234
Located in the Brady Arts District, Philbrook Downtown in the satellite locations of the Philbrook Museum of Art.
Philbrook Museum of Art – Downtown
116 East Brady Street
Tulsa, OK 74103
Ph: 918.749.7941

The Philbrook Museum of Art is the premier cultural institution in the city of Tulsa.
The Philbrook Museum of Art
2727 South Rockford Road
Tulsa, OK 74114
Ph: 918.749.7941
Fax: 918.743.4230

Price Tower Arts Center

Bartlesville Area History Museum

National Museums

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Dallas Museum of Art
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City
Denver Art Museum
Museum of Modern Art, New York
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth
Museum Association of Taos
Amon Carter Museum
The Trammell & Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art
The Getty’s Art Education Website