Gallery Exhibitions - Oklahoma Center for the Humanities

Gallery Exhibitions

Now showing at 101 E. Archer:

South Gallery:  Cherokee Freedmen and the Rights of Citizenship (August 4 – September 23)

The exhibit first debuted in Tahlequah at the Cherokee National History Museum last year, with an impactful narrative that details the fight Cherokee Freedmen endured to take back their treaty-protected right to Cherokee Nation citizenship.

North Gallery: The Tolerance Project (September 1 – October 27)The Tolerance Project features a collection of posters created by prominent artists around the world. Each illustrates the word “tolerance” in the artist’s native language and visually shows what that word means to them and their culture.

Learn more about our past exhibitions below.

South Gallery

August-September: We Are Cherokee

June-July: On the Inside

May: Mayfest Invitational

March-April: Work of Sovereignty

February: All-Black Towns of Oklahoma

North Gallery

July-August: Spotlight: TU Student Showcase

May-June: Painting the Future

February-April: Road of Flight