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Calendar of Cultural Events

Don't miss the ongoing events listed below the calendar! Scroll each month to find OHC-sponsored programming in your area. Reading groups, lectures, exhibits, cultural events—whatever you’re looking for, you’ll get the news right here.

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Let's Talk About It, Oklahoma: Growing Up in the Wide World - Duncan

Let's Talk About It, Oklahoma: The Oklahoma Experience: Looking for Home - Marietta

Let's Talk About It, Oklahoma: True Grit - Davis
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Let's Talk About It, Oklahoma: Get Your Reading Kicks on Route 66 - Sulphur

Let's Talk About It, Oklahoma: Rebirth of a Nation - Guymon
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Let's Talk About It, Oklahoma: Crime and Comedy - Enid
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Let's Talk About It, Oklahoma: Many Trails, Many Tribes - Grove

Let's Talk About It, Oklahoma: The Oklahoma Experience: From Wilderness to Metropolis - Wilson

Let's Talk About It, Oklahoma: The Oklahoma Experience: Looking for Home - Marietta
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Let's Talk About It, Oklahoma: Crime and Punishment - Guthrie
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Let's Talk About It, Oklahoma: Much Depends on Dinner - Broken Arrow

Let's Talk About It, Oklahoma: Rebirth of a Nation - Guymon

Let's Talk About It, Oklahoma: The Oklahoma Experience: In Our Own Words - Waurika
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Let's Talk About It, Oklahoma: Get Your Reading Kicks on Route 66 - Sulphur
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Let's Talk About It, Oklahoma: Making Sense of the American Civil War - Muskogee

Let's Talk About It, Oklahoma: True Grit - Miami
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Let's Talk About It, Oklahoma: Not for Children Only - Healdton
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Let's Talk About It, Oklahoma: American Icons: The American Presidency, 1789-1815 - Shawnee

Let's Talk About It, Oklahoma: Growing Up in the Wide World - Duncan

Let's Talk About It, Oklahoma: Many Trails, Many Tribes - Grove

Let's Talk About It, Oklahoma: The Oklahoma Experience: From Wilderness to Metropolis - Wilson

Let's Talk About It, Oklahoma: The Oklahoma Experience: Looking for Home - Marietta
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Ongoing Grant Events

The following events are funded in part by the Oklahoma Humanities Council.

Diligwa: 300 Years in the Making

June 1, 2014 - August 20, 2014
Cherokee Heritage Center
21192 S. Keeler Drive, Park Hill
Information: 918/207-3510

Diligwa is an exhibit exploring the history, architecture, archaeology, and culture of an early 1700's Eastern Woodlands Cherokee village; how trade with Europeans changed Cherokee life and culture; and how such a village has been reconstructed into a living history exhibit. Villagers will give guided tours and portray life as it likely was in the American Southeast.

Gods and Heroes: Masterpieces from the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris

June 21, 2014 - September 14, 2014
Oklahoma City Museum of Art
415 Couch Drive, Oklahoma City
Information: 405/236-3100

Gods and Heroes is an exhibition co-organized by the American Federation of Arts and the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris. This rich overview of masterpieces from the original school of fine arts in Paris, and a repository for work by Europe's most renowned artists since the 17th century, includes 142 paintings, sculptures, and works on paper dating from the 17th through 19th centuries.