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February 22: Writer and historian Hannibal B. Johnson, Esq., a respected voice in the national dialogue on race relations, will contextualize two iconic Norman Rockwell images and provide insights regarding how the issues featured in these works continue to affect race relations and equity today. Stay for an interactive discussion following the talk. Free.
February 23: Join us as we celebrate the work of Norman Rockwell, one of America’s most influential and popular artists. Learn to make 1950s cocktails and sodas, check out Rockwell’s commentary on the early Civil Rights movement, network with other young professionals and support your local art community. FREE!
February 25: Join us this Sunday to explore Mixed Media Collage. Try blending, layering, sewing, transfer and sculptural techniques. If you would like, bring a copy of a photo (or photos) that you can incorporate into your work to personalize it. Studio activities can be adapted for visitors of all ages and backgrounds. All supplies/materials provided. Free for museum members; free with museum admission for not-yet members.
March 2: Join Dr. Kristin Youngbull, author of Brummett Echohawk: Pawnee Thunderbird and Artist, as she discusses the life and work of Brummett Echohawk and examines why he and his art have had lasting significance. A book signing in the Gilcrease Museum Store will follow the talk. Free for museum members; free with museum admission for not-yet members.
March 4: Sunday Draws is for anyone who wants to learn to draw or learn to draw better and have fun doing it. A teaching artist will guide participants using various drawing techniques, and different drawing tools and materials. Sunday Draws is for adults and children ages 8 and up. All supplies are provided, including drawing journals to keep. Registration is required.