The Glenna and Richard Tanenbaum Learning Gallery invites visitors of all ages to learn more about the art on view and make meaningful connections with contemporary art through activities inspired by and related to exhibitions and installations.
The Learning Gallery is an inclusive space, open to people of every background, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender/gender expression, language, immigration status, ability, age and faith/worldview. We recognize other identities exist beyond these and remain dedicated to broadening the scope of our language and practices to include all voices and experiences.
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The Art of Food: From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
Discover how The Art of Food: From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation relates to the culture and art of Oklahoma.
- Oklahoma’s State Meal and how it represents culture
- Food justice in our city
- How food dissociation impacts us
- A local artist who used art to decrease hunger in all 50 states
Create your own artwork inspired by Andy Warhol and display it in our Art Market, think like a Pop Artist and add to a giant grocery circular, enjoy books inspired by the show, and watch interviews of locals discussing works on view in The Art of Food.