The Oklahoma City Museum of Art in the Donald W. Reynolds Visual Arts Center opened its doors to the public on March 16, 2002. Since then, more than 75,000 visitors from throughout the United States and abroad have enjoyed the privately funded, 110,000 square-foot, three-story facility in the downtown arts district.
Your visit to the Oklahoma City Museum of Art will prove to be a rich, cultural experience. Enjoy world-class traveling exhibitions in the first floor special exhibitions gallery, and then make your way upstairs to view fourteen galleries containing the Museum’s permanent collection.
The permanent collection includes more than 3,000 works, featuring European, Asian and American art. Works by such artists as Eugene Boudin, Thomas Moran, George Inness, Ellsworth Kelly, Frank Stella, Alexander Calder, Dale Chihuly, Andy Warhol and Grace Hartington are included in the collection.
In addition to the galleries, you will find a 252-seat theater, home to the region’s most comprehensive film program, Museum Store, Museum Café, a Library/Resource Center and a state-of-the-art moving services.
We invite you to experience the Museum first-hand, but until then, feel free to journey through our Web site. Here you will find links to our special exhibition schedule, film program and schedule, Café information, admission prices and hours of operation, information about our collection, contact information and much more.
The Oklahoma City Museum of Art fosters appreciation and enjoyment of the visual arts through exhibition, education, collection and presentation.