Public Events and Exhibits

OKPAN hosts a variety of events throughout the year, but there are other great organizations doing events too! Whenever we learn of them, we will list them here for you and on our Facebook page.

Current Events

 OAS Cleveland County Chapter Meeting, May 1

Don’t miss out on the chance to hear a free talk about Neanderthal archaeology by Dr. Amy Clark at the next meeting of Oklahoma Anthropological Society’s Cleveland County Chapter!


Picher, Oklahoma: Catastrophe, Memory, and Trauma

A new exhibition at the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art explores environmental trauma

picher oklahoma

We encourage everyone to visit the Fred Jones Jr. Museum and view this exhibit that explores the events that transpired at Picher, Oklahoma. It is a critical part of our history as a state and it is important that we engage in conversations about what this means for Oklahoma’s future.

Photographer Todd Stewart – who is also is an associate professor of art, technology and culture at the OU School of Visual Art – began this nine year project after an F4 tornado struck the town; a town that already had a rocky history.

His collaborator and colleague for this project, Alison Fields, stated, “Picher’s demise raises the question, when material and physical markers of identity are destroyed, what remains to tell the story of the past?” said Fields. “This exhibit attempts to unravel the deep connections among memory, place and identity in Picher.”

This exhibit will be on display through September 10th.

You can visit the website here for more information.


Future Events

Check in regularly for upcoming events in Oklahoma!


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