The Fred Jones Jr. Museum of art at OU-Norman currently has an exhibit featuring prolific native artists.
The exhibition features works from artists known as the "Kiowa Six."
Between 1927 and 1929 the artists created paintings of Kiowa Culture at the University of Oklahoma.
The exhibit explores how they acted as agents for Kiowa cultural preservation.
The exhibit is up and open now and will be on display until January 17th.
On November 17th, there will also be a virtual gallery talk with student curators.