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January 2020

Red Dust Poetry exhibit closes

January 18
Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center, 507 South 4th Street Enid, OK 73701

The Red Dust Poetry exhibit at the Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center will be open through January 18, 2020. The exhibit is on loan from the University of Oklahoma’s Western History Collection and features the work of Oklahoma poets exploring Oklahoma history from the late 19th century through World War II. Artifacts from the collection of the Heritage Center are on display to supplement the poetry. Dr. M. Todd Fuller and Dr. Crag A. Hill from the University of Oklahoma…

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Reflections of the Wichitas: Oils and Watercolors by Katherine Liontas-Warren exhibit closes

January 21
Museum of the Western Prairie, 1100 Memorial Drive Altus, OK 73521

The Museum of the Western Prairie in Altus is pleased to host a special exhibit titled Reflections of the Wichitas: Oils and Watercolors by Katherine Liontas-Warren. The exhibit showcases more than two dozen beautiful pieces by Katherine Liontas-Warren. Each piece celebrates the majesty of the landscapes found in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge. Liontas-Warren has been an Oklahoma resident since 1984 and is currently a professor of art at Cameron University in Lawton, where she teaches drawing, watercolor, and printmaking.…

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February 2020

Voices of Hunter’s Home: Enslaved People exhibit opens

February 1
Hunter’s Home, 19479 East Murrell Home Road Park Hill, OK 74451

Hunter’s Home in Park Hill will commemorate Black History Month with Voices of Hunter’s Home: Enslaved People. During the month of February, visitors will see exhibits featuring many of the people who lived and performed slave labor on the plantation, such as Susan, Ike, Nelson, Eliza, and many others who made their lives here in the years before the Civil War. The exhibits will highlight the level of skill shown by the enslaved people of Hunter’s Home, as well as take…

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Photographing the Plains: Farm Security Administration, 1935–1945 exhibit opens

February 1
Chisholm Trail Museum, 605 Zellers Avenue Kingfisher, OK 73750

From February 1 to May 30, 2020, the Chisholm Trail Museum in Kingfisher will host Photographing the Plains: Farm Security Administration, 1935–1945, a traveling exhibit from the Oklahoma History Center, curated by Curator of Exhibits Jim Meeks. This exhibit highlights a collection of black-and-white photographs taken by six Farm Security Administration (FSA) photographers who visited Oklahoma or photographed displaced Oklahomans looking for work during the Great Depression. Roy Stryker was hired in 1935 to head the Historical Section of the…

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Antique Doll exhibit opens

February 1
Fred Drummond Home, 305 North Price Avenue Hominy, OK 74035

The Fred Drummond Home in Hominy will host an Antique Doll exhibit throughout the entire month of February. This exhibit will feature a wide array of German-made dolls, including dolls by Armand Marseille, Kestner, and Koppelsdorf. The exhibit will also include china, porcelain, and paper dolls. Along with the exhibit, visitors will learn about the history of various dolls. If you are a doll collector, an avid doll lover, or a mother or grandmother who has a special little girl…

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Water/Ways exhibit opens

February 18
Museum of the Western Prairie, 1100 Memorial Drive Altus, OK 73521

The Museum of the Western Prairie will host Water/Ways, a Smithsonian Institution Museum on Main Street traveling exhibition, from February 18 through April 11, 2020. This exhibition is made possible by a grant from Oklahoma Humanities. Water is an important element in American culture. People are drawn to water for peace and contemplation. The sights and sounds of water make those who experience them feel connected to nature. Many faiths revere water as a sacred symbol. Authors and artists are…

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Voices of Hunter’s Home: Enslaved People exhibit closes

February 29
Hunter’s Home, 19479 East Murrell Home Road Park Hill, OK 74451

Hunter’s Home in Park Hill will commemorate Black History Month with Voices of Hunter’s Home: Enslaved People. During the month of February, visitors will see exhibits featuring many of the people who lived and performed slave labor on the plantation, such as Susan, Ike, Nelson, Eliza, and many others who made their lives here in the years before the Civil War. The exhibits will highlight the level of skill shown by the enslaved people of Hunter’s Home, as well as take a…

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Antique Doll exhibit closes

February 29
Fred Drummond Home, 305 North Price Avenue Hominy, OK 74035

The Fred Drummond Home in Hominy will host an Antique Doll exhibit throughout the entire month of February. This exhibit will feature a wide array of German-made dolls, including dolls by Armand Marseille, Kestner, and Koppelsdorf. The exhibit will also include china, porcelain, and paper dolls. Along with the exhibit, visitors will learn about the history of various dolls. If you are a doll collector, an avid doll lover, or a mother or grandmother who has a special little girl…

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April 2020

Water/Ways exhibit closes

April 11
Museum of the Western Prairie, 1100 Memorial Drive Altus, OK 73521

The Museum of the Western Prairie will host Water/Ways, a Smithsonian Institution Museum on Main Street traveling exhibition, from February 18 through April 11, 2020. This exhibition is made possible by a grant from Oklahoma Humanities. Water is an important element in American culture. People are drawn to water for peace and contemplation. The sights and sounds of water make those who experience them feel connected to nature. Many faiths revere water as a sacred symbol. Authors and artists are inspired…

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May 2020

Photographing the Plains: Farm Security Administration, 1935–1945 exhibit closes

May 30
Chisholm Trail Museum, 605 Zellers Avenue Kingfisher, OK 73750

From February 1 to May 30, 2020, the Chisholm Trail Museum in Kingfisher will host Photographing the Plains: Farm Security Administration, 1935–1945, a traveling exhibit from the Oklahoma History Center, curated by Curator of Exhibits Jim Meeks. This exhibit highlights a collection of black-and-white photographs taken by six Farm Security Administration (FSA) photographers who visited Oklahoma or photographed displaced Oklahomans looking for work during the Great Depression. Roy Stryker was hired in 1935 to head the Historical Section of the…

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