- Category: Museum Events
The 168 Days of Remembrance project – part of the 25th Anniversary year – inspired one Oklahoma art teacher from Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, to commission a special project. Today, 168 works of art are in the special exhibit area of the Memorial Museum, helping connect today’s generation to the loss on April 19, 1995.
Walking through the exhibit, visitors will gain an understanding of how a generation of students who weren’t alive in 1995 connected to those who were killed. These works of art illustrate empathy, compassion, and an appreciation of the uniqueness – of something special in each person and the work of art created to honor them.