Buy timed tickets today for True Nature: Rodin and the Age of Impressionism before it sells out

The Oklahoma City Museum of Art (OKCMOA) today announced that tickets for its summer exhibition, opening Saturday, June 17, are now available. Demand for True Nature: Rodin and the Age of Impressionism is expected to be extremely high, meaning early ticket purchases are highly encouraged. This exhibition, presented by Inasmuch Foundation and George Records, will consist of 100 pieces including numerous large-scale masterworks by French sculptor Auguste Rodin and outstanding paintings by his Impressionist contemporaries, including Claude Monet, Edgar Degas and Pierre-Auguste Renoir. 

“Rodin was the most important sculptor of the modern age, creating a series of legendary works that addressed concerns similar to those of his Impressionist friends like Monet with increased naturalism and attention to movement. This blockbuster traveling exhibition comes from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s world-class permanent collection. Its stop in Oklahoma City will be the last opportunity for people to experience it in the United States before it makes its way to Japan,” said Museum CEO & President Michael Anderson, PhD. 

Tickets are available online at, in person, or by calling the Museum’s main number (405) 236-3100. Tickets for True Nature allow visitors a 15-minute window for arrival time with slots available throughout regular Museum hours. The last ticket sold for the day will be 30 minutes prior to closing. Timed ticketing will run throughout the length of the exhibition, and the following prices will apply to exhibition tickets: 


Adult 18 + $21.95  

Senior 62 + $19.95  

College w/ ID $19.95  

Military w/ ID FREE (June 17-Sept.4) 

$14.95 (Sept. 5-Oct. 22) 


Children 17 and under are always admitted free. General admission pricing will still be available but will not include entry to True Nature. The Museum will once again participate in the Blue Star Museums program, allowing active-duty military and their families to visit the Museum at no cost. This program will begin on Armed Services Day, May 20, and conclude on Labor Day, September 4. 



OKCMOA will kick off programming for Rodin with the Sustainers' Preview on Wednesday, June 14, and the Members' Preview on June 16.  



Wednesday, June 14, 5-8 p.m. 

5-8 p.m. | Exhibition Galleries Open to Sustainers Only 

5 p.m.    | Cocktail Reception in Museum Lobby 

6 p.m.    | Rodin, Impressionism, and Beyond Lecture in Noble Theater 

                 Presented by Matthew Palczynski, PhD, Art Historian 




Friday, June 16, 10 a.m.-8 p.m. 

10 a.m.-8 p.m. | Exhibition Galleries Open to Members Only  

5 p.m.-8 p.m.   | Entertainment, Light Bites, and Cash Bar on Roof Terrace 

6 p.m. | Rodin Revisited Lecture in Noble Theater 

Presented by Leah Lehmbeck, PhD, Curator and Department Head,

European Paintings & Sculpture and American Art, Los Angeles County of Museum of Art 


Additional programming will be announced in the coming weeks, with activities and events for children and adults. Programs are available at no cost or at discounted rates to Members.  

“This once-in-a-lifetime exhibition is an incredible opportunity for visitors to take advantage of a Museum membership,” said Kimberley Worrell, CFRM, the Museum’s director of development. “With classes, tours, lectures, and art programs occurring throughout the duration of True Nature, visitors will have many reasons to keep coming back to the Museum throughout the summer and into fall.”  

When individuals sign up for a membership within a week of their visit, they can apply their general admission ticket to the cost of annual membership. For more information, please visit


True Nature: Rodin & The Age of Impressionism will run through October 22 and will be on view on the Museum’s third floor.