2019 - 2020 Exhibit Season

Celebrating 50 Years!

Goddard Center Permanent Collection

July 9 - August 31, 2019

The Goddard Center’s Permanent Collection includes over 400 pieces of art and features works from Oklahoma Artists as well as artists from across the United States, Europe and Mexico. The Collection includes paintings, drawings, photographs, sculptures, lithographs, serigraphs, monotypes, intaglio prints and textile arts. This outstanding collection continues to grow with donations and acquisitions, and it helps us to fulfill our goal of providing access to high quality visual art experiences for residents of South-Central Oklahoma.

Group Show "Hue"

September 10- November 1, 2019

The group show “Hue” highlights the work of three vibrant colorists, Oklahoma based artist Irmgard Geul, Louisiana based artist Tracy Jarmon, and Ohio based artist Dakota Pratt. The mixed-media works of international artist Irmgard Geul are best viewed as colorful aerial maps capturing, on paper or canvas, a bird’s eye view of her internal creative explorations scanning the tracts of landscape below and the unfathomable ocean of sky above. Tracy Jarmon’s fascination with religious and spiritual allegory is incorporated in his work; a combination of acrylics, oil pastels, spray paint, and a search for language through colors and symbols. Dakota Pratt’s whimsical everyday objects are enticing pieces of fine art focusing on functional sculptures and contemporary furniture.

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Creating the Hero: The Graphic Art of Michael Schwab

November 6- December 27, 2019

Born in Oklahoma, Michael Schwab now lives and works in Northern California. Mr. Schwab has established a national reputation as one of American’s leading graphic artists. He has created national award-winning logos and posters for a remarkable list of prestigious clients, including Apple, Amtrak, The Golden Gate National Parks, Major League Baseball, Muhammad Ali, Nike, Pebble Beach, Polo Ralph Lauren, San Francisco Opera, Sundance Film Festival and Wells Fargo, among others. 

Arkansas Territory Juried Show

January 7- February 28, 2020

Beginning in March of 2019, Heart of America Artists Association will be joining with the states of Arkansas and Oklahoma, to commemorate the 200th year of the Arkansas Territory. Approximately 80 two-dimensional artworks in a variety of mediums, by artists from nine states, have been juried into a collection and are based on people, places, objects, stories and cultures from two centuries of the geographical Arkansas Territory. The Exhibition will travel to several locations including museums and galleries in Arkansas and Oklahoma between 2019 and 2021.

Annual All Schools Exhibit

High School/Middle School March 5 - 28, 2020

Elementary School April 7 - 25, 2020

Sponsors make this exhibition possible! Each year the Goddard Center showcases the artwork of students from area schools in its Annual All Schools Exhibit. In keeping with its mission of providing art education for the youth of south central Oklahoma, over seventy Art Studios educational scholarships are awarded during this exhibit. Receptions which are highly attended by hundreds of parents, grandparents, family members and friends are held for both the Elementary and the Middle / High school art students.

USAO Seven-State Biennial

May 5- 23, 2020

The Goddard Center will partner with the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma in Chickasha to showcase their Seven-State Biennial Juried Exhibit in Ardmore. This exhibit was created in 2001 by Cecil Lee, who founded the USAO Art Gallery in 1997. The Seven-State is held every other year at USAO by inviting high-caliber artists from Oklahoma and its adjacent states: Arkansas, Texas, Kansas, Colorado, Missouri, and New Mexico. The exhibit will start at the Nesbitt Gallery at USAO before moving on to the Museum of the Red River in Idabel and then The Goddard Center.

Goddard 50th Annual Juried Show

June 3 - 27, 2020

All artists are invited to participate in the 50th Annual Juried Exhibit at the Charles B. Goddard Center. Entries will be accepted May 26–30, during regular hours of operation. Eligible works of painting, drawing, altered and unaltered photography, mixed media, sculpture, collage, glass, jewelry, printmaking and fiber art leave the artist wide latitude in selecting his or her media choices for the creative process. The cost to enter a piece in the show is $20. Participants are limited to 4 entries. There will be Closing Reception for the exhibit on Saturday, June 27th.


The judge for the Goddard Center’s 50th Annual Juried Show is Katherine Liontas-Warren, Professor of Art at Cameron University, where she teaches drawing, printmaking, and watercolor. Katherine has a Master of Fine Art from Texas Tech University and a Bachelor of Science from Southern Connecticut State University. Katherine was awarded the Oklahoma Governor’s Art and Education Award in Oklahoma City at the State Capitol in 2014. She is also the recipient of the Bhattacharya Research Excellence Award, the Cameron University Faculty Hall of Fame, the Phi Kappa Phi Distinguished Faculty Award, and received the title of the Artist of the year by the Paseo Art Association in Oklahoma City. Katherine has exhibited her works of art in over 450 National and Juried Competitive shows, Solo, and Invitational exhibitions throughout the United States and abroad, and has received numerous purchase and juried awards.  Many of her prints and drawings are in permanent collections, Museums and Institutions throughout the nation. Katherine has conducted drawing and printmaking workshops at the John Campbell Folk School and Oklahoma Arts Institute, as well as actively juries national exhibitions throughout Oklahoma and Texas.     


All entries will receive a critique of the submitted work and those who are juried into the show will be eligible for cash prizes. The first-place winner will also receive a lobby exhibition of their work to be scheduled at the Goddard Center during the next Juried Art Exhibit.

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