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Experiencing art at the museum is wonderful, but we know that visiting in person isn’t always possible. Below you will find some activities and resources to help you enjoy and explore the museum from home.
Our weekly children’s story time is currently meeting online. Just like the in-person program, Art Adventures at Home includes a book and related art activity, but we’ll use materials you are likely to have on hand. Register for this virtual program at the link below or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Recommended for ages 3-8, but kids of all ages are welcome.
Can't make it to a scheduled storytime? Click the link below for a list of some favorite books and activities to try on your own.
Click the button below and enjoy these simple steps, put together by the University of Oklahoma College
of Architecture, to design and build like an American School architect.
Looking for inspiration to help you get started? Don't forget to follow the link
for a virtual tour of Renegades: Bruce Goff and the American School of Architecture.
Dig a little deeper into some favorite artworks from the collection, and then create art of your own inspired by these works using materials you probably have around your home. Check back for more guides soon. Recommended for ages 6 and up!
Get inspired by pieces in the collection and create your own artwork using step by step instructions developed in partnership with the art program at Washington Elementary. Download the activity sheets for each selected piece by clicking the buttons below! Recommended for ages 5-12.
Let art inspire your writing with these creative prompts! This guide includes a
selection of poems and stories written
in response to works in the museum’s collection as part of our creative writing program for 6th graders as well as suggestions to help you get started.
Click the button below to download the guide. Recommended for ages 11 and up!
Need to stretch your legs and get some fresh air? Download our Outdoor Sculpture Guide and take it along as you explore the Sculpture Walk in the OU Fine Arts District. Even if you can’t get to campus for an actual walk, you can still enjoy a virtual stroll by using this downloadable guide or the same tour on our app. Click the button below to download a printable version of our outdoor sculpture guide. Recommended for humans and pets of all ages!
In 2000, the University of Oklahoma received the single most important collection of French Impressionism ever given to an American public university. These informative guides provide an introduction to the unique galleries that make this collection a favorite of visitors.
In 1946, the U.S. State Department assembled an exhibition of modernist paintings to highlight the freedom of expression enjoyed by artists in the United States. The result was Advancing American Art, an exhibition designed to combat communism but, ultimately, deemed un-American by members of the U.S. Congress and President Harry S. Truman. Read more about the fascinating history of one of the oldest parts of the museum’s permanent collection in this guide that lets you be part of the debate.