See inside Oklahoma’s next great cultural center. Make your reservation to visit Oklahoma Contemporary and see inaugural exhibition Bright Golden Haze below.
We invite you to visit us safely, as you are comfortable. Masks are mandatory at Oklahoma Contemporary, for visitors as well as staff. We’re greatly limiting access to the building by using timed tickets -- no more than five people in the gallery every half hour, to allow more than 2,400 square feet per visitor. We’ve also developed stringent protocols for sanitation, capacity and social distancing that will allow our guests to safely explore the space while enjoying the art. Learn more here.
In addition to Bright Golden Haze, you can visit Julian Opie's Faime Walking, in our Sculpture Garden, as well as explore our new home. Learn more about the artists and works you'll see in our Exhibitions section.
Reserve your limited access timed tickets -- up to two weeks in advance -- below.
Things to know before you arrive:
- Plan a ~60-minute experience, including visits to the second- and third-floor galleries and performance spaces.
- Free parking is available onsite.
- Admission is always FREE.
- All visitors are required to wear a face covering while indoors. Free masks will be provided as needed.
- We will continually sanitize the building and enforce social distance requirements for your safety.
- Shop Contemporary and Café Contemporary will be open with select items available for curbside pickup and carry-out.
- We are regularly monitoring public-health data and will contact you if these events need to adapt to respond to changing conditions.
Images Board secretary Kim Bruno and daughter Krissy Pearson-Fisher in front of Tavares Strachan's I Belong Here. Courtesy Blanton Museum of Art, The University of Texas at Austin, Gift of Anthony Meier in honor of Jeanne and Michael Klein, 2014 Musician Jahruba Lambeth at Bright Golden Haze, featuring Camille Utterback's Entangled and Robert Irwin's Lucky You. Marianne Nicolson (Dzawada'enuxw First Nation/Canada). Ḱanḱagawí (The Seam of Heaven), 2018. Collection of Marianne Nicolson.