Our exhibitions and most of our programs are free, and our timed tickets allow us to limit access to the building for public health and safety. You'll find links to free reservations below. (Registration for Studio School classes and workshops found here.)
Before visiting, please check out our COVID Protocols. (All staff, visitors and students -- vaccinated or unvaccinated -- over the age of 2 should wear masks while inside our facilities.)
Want more info? Find our hours, address and more here. Our Visitor Guidelines might also be helpful. While you're with us, don't forget to stop by our shop and café.
Visit our exhibitions for free
Tickets available every 15 minutes while the gallery is open (not required for outdoor installations)
Reserve your time (up to five people per slot) up to three weeks in advance
Free tickets here
Take a Guided Tour
1 p.m. Saturdays
Reserve your time (up to eight people per slot) up to two weeks in advance
Free tickets here
Try a Thursday Night Workshop
7-9 p.m. various Thursday nights
Low-key, hands-on single-night art classes for adults 21+
Screen Howardena Pindell's Rope/Fire/Water
4 p.m. select Fridays and Sundays through Oct. 22 | Te Ata Theater
Expanding Oklahoma Contemporary’s programs connected to the centennial commemoration of the Tulsa Race Massacre, the short film sheds light on the gruesome history of lynching in America
Tickets are not required — walk-ins welcome
This program contains images of racial violence, slavery and lynching. Viewer discretion advised.
Attend Facing the Historical Facts of Lynching: Reckoning, Mourning and Healing
7-9 p.m. Nov. 4 Main Building | Te Ata Theater
Join us for a screening of Howardena Pindell’s short video, Rope/Fire/Water, with guest speaker Dr. Karlos Hill, followed by a community conversation about the impact of and healing from racial historical trauma with Rev. Tamara Lebak.
Learn more and reserve your free tickets here
This program contains images and discussion of racial violence, slavery and lynching. Viewer discretion advised.
Image: Board member Rachel Shortt and husband David outside our new building. Photo: Shevaun Williams.