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North Gallery

First Floor
Oklahoma State Capitol

Returning Fall 2022!

Exhibitions return to the Oklahoma State Capitol galleries soon, following completion of the multi-year restoration of the historic building. The Governor's Gallery is scheduled to reopen in fall 2022.

About the Gallery

Located on the first floor of the Capitol, the North Gallery features 3D art, fiber art, photography, and works on paper by Oklahoma artists. Exhibitions rotate every 60 days. View past exhibitions.

Submit a Portfolio

Artists interested in exhibiting their work may submit their portfolio using the form below. Submission of a portfolio does not guarantee exhibition.

Artist Selection

Factors taken into consideration in the selection of artists include the artist's connection to the state, professional status, physical nature of artwork in relation to exhibit space, and statewide representation. Artistic excellence and artistic merit are the criteria by which artwork will be considered, taking into account general standards of decency and respect for the diverse beliefs and values of the people of Oklahoma.

Portfolio Submission Guidelines

Submission of a portfolio does not guarantee exhibition. If an artist is invited to exhibit in the galleries, the Oklahoma Arts Council selects and curates the artwork in the exhibition. In addition, the Council provides gallery space, installs the artist's work inside the gallery, arranges lighting, writes text panels and labels, and distributes a news release based on information provided by the artist. Prices may not be displayed, and sales cannot be conducted inside the Oklahoma State Capitol.

Portfolios will be reviewed by the Curator of Capitol Exhibitions and presented to the Capitol Preservation Committee on an annual rolling basis for exhibition consideration.

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Visitors are permitted to photograph the artwork at the Oklahoma State Capitol, however all works are copyrighted and cannot be reproduced.


For more information, contact our Curator of Capitol Exhibitions.