24 Works on Paper
The biennial 24 Works on Paper is the only traveling show of art by living Oklahomans. Exactly 24 artworks created on paper are included.
Click here to see a virtual tour of 24 Works on Paper on view at the Wigwam Gallery in Altus, Oklahoma!
Check back in January 2022 for information on applying to 24 Works on Paper 2022-2024.
August 31 – September 18, 2020
SWOSU Art Gallery, Weatherford, OK
October 5 – November 13, 2020
The Wigwam Gallery, Altus, OK
December 7 – February 26, 2021
Forest Heritage Center Museum, Broken Bow, OK
Please note that the dates in Broken Bow have been extended due to an indefinite closing of the Artesian Gallery in Sulphur, which was due to host 24 Works on Paper from January 25 - March 5, 2021.
March 15 – April 23, 2021
McArts Gallery of Fine Art, McAlester, OK
May 3 – June 11, 2021
Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center, Enid, OK
July 1 – July 31, 2021
TAC Gallery, Tulsa, OK
August 9 – October 1, 2021
Spider Gallery, Tahlequah, OK
October 11 – November 12, 2021
SEOSU Centre Arts Gallery, Durant, OK
December 2 – January 22, 2022
Tulsa World | Lorton Family Gallery,
Gaylord Pickens Museum, home of the Oklahoma Hall of Fame, Oklahoma City, OK
January 13, 2022
Reception from 5pm-7pm at the Oklahoma Hall of Fame, free and open to the public
Interested in hosting 24 Works on Paper? Contact Keri Smith.
Sarah Ahmad, Tulsa
Matin Alavi, Edmond
Ginnie Baer, Edmond
Michael Elizondo, Jr., El Reno
Irmgard Geul, Pauls Valley
Janae Grass, Tulsa
Terri Higgs, Tulsa
Michelle Himes-McCrory, Stillwater
Nathan Kent, Oklahoma City
Katelynn Noel Knick, Oklahoma City
Carrie Kouts, Oklahoma City
Michael Litzau, Edmond
Nicholas Malkemus, Tulsa
Laurel Payne, Oklahoma City
Eric Piper, Norman
Marium Rana, Tahlequah
Jarica Walsh, Oklahoma City
Jordan Wong, Claremore
heather ahtone, Senior Curator at the First Americans Museum in Oklahoma City, OK
The exhibition travels to a total of ten locations in all six regions of Oklahoma over the course of 18 months. OVAC produces a catalog including all selected works as well as Classroom curriculum guides and videos that accompany the exhibition.