We the People: A Portrait of Early Oklahoma runs through October 22

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Henry Wantland shot this photograph of a dry goods store, circa 1910. The photo is part of We the People: A Portrait of Early Oklahoma. (National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum / provided)

Some of Stillwater’s earliest settlers make their photographic debut in ‘We the People’

Some of Stillwater’s earliest settlers make their photographic debut in ‘We the People’

Some of Stillwater’s earliest settlers make their photographic debut in We the People, an upcoming exhibit at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum.

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21c Museum Hotel celebrates one year in OKC with new exhibit OFF-SPRING: New Generations

The multimedia exhibit includes work by more than 40 artists from more than a dozen countries.

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Metro veterans benefit from art program

College-level arts courses renew veterans’ confidence, purpose and identity.

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Hollywood and the American West reflects the drama and humanity of the cinematic Wild West

The photography exhibition on loan from John Wayne Enterprises and the John R. Hamilton Collection is on display through May 14 at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum.

Cheyenne Lee Pocowatchit, Citizen of Comanche Nation and Affiliated Cheyenne, Nationally Recognized Fancy Dancer (Will Wilson / provided)

Fred Jones Museum, Oklahoma tribes collaborate on PHOTO/SYNTHESIS

“I believe that what [Wilson] does in creating those images is he gives authorship, which is a very generous act for an artist to do for the people who are being represented by those images,” ahtone said.

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