Oklahomans love to see the world in the words of the scientists.
So when the Science Museum of Oklahoma opened in 2011, it was a clear signal that science is inextricably linked to the arts.
The Science Museum was the first of its kind in the country to offer a major museum exhibition that celebrated science and art in the same exhibition space.
The museum is a collection of the world’s largest collections of science artworks and related objects, with a large collection of fossils, the most extensive collection of human skulls ever found, the largest collection of ceramics in the world, as well as some of the largest collections in the United States.
It was the only museum in Oklahoma to host its own museum exhibition during the opening, and it has expanded rapidly ever since.
In fact, the Science and Art Center is the most comprehensive science museum in the state, holding exhibitions on everything from geology and climate change to the genetic makeup of animals.
But the museum was founded on a very different foundation.
Its first director, Robert H. Smith, was a former president of the American Society of Civil Engineers.
He was an engineering major who later moved to Chicago and became a partner in the Chicago firm of the Smith Brothers, where he also led the Chicago chapter.
Smith left the firm in 1969 and went into the oil business.
He eventually built a company called Smith & Smith and Co. in 1973, and he also founded the Oklahoma Oil Museum, which is now home to an exhibition on the history of oil exploration and production in the region.
But Smith &am; Smith was the start of the Science &: Art Center, which was born out of Smith &ing; Smith, which became Smith &amm; Smith &art Co. (M&Art).
The museum’s origins are as much a product of Smith’s desire to explore the world as it is his vision for the museum.
He said that in order to expand his interests in science and in art, he had to find an art museum.
“The only way to do that is to create a space where you can do it, and that’s where I came up with the idea of a museum,” he said.
In the 1970s, he started a company that eventually expanded into the Oklahoma Museum of Art and later expanded to the Oklahoma Science Museum.
But in the late 1990s, Smith &ams; Smith started a new venture.
It moved into the Science Center in 2008 and is now the largest art and science museum of the state.
The Science Museum has become a magnet for students, who flock in for tours of the exhibits and the interactive exhibits.
It is also a place for parents and children to meet and make friends.
It has an eclectic mix of exhibits that range from the classics to new and emerging science.
The museum has hosted exhibitions on how to cook mushrooms, how to build a car, and how to paint with chemicals.
It also offers classes and workshops in science, chemistry, anatomy, and biology.
The art and engineering exhibits, including the one on the molecular structure of bacteria, offer the best of both worlds.
It can be hard to pick out the best exhibits, as the art and sciences have their own special aesthetic.
For example, the exhibition on ceramica, the first known specimen of the material, has a gorgeous black-and-white palette, with many different colors.
“That’s not a normal ceramic painting,” Smith said.
“It’s a different painting.”
One of the museum’s most popular exhibits is the fossil-rich art of paleontologist Arthur L. Schwalb.
“He was a dinosaur, and we don’t know what dinosaurs looked like,” Smith explained.
“This is the first fossil of a dinosaur that’s preserved.”
The dinosaur fossil is on display for the public, and there is also an exhibit on the origins of life on Earth, as told by the dinosaur, “The Triceratops.”
The exhibit was built around the idea that the dinosaur lived about 125 million years ago and had an incredible range of colors, from blue to brown to black, with different patterns.
“There are so many different styles of ceras,” Smith noted.
“One of them was black, one of them yellow, one was orange, and one was yellowish.
Some are like a combination of all the colors.
We call them ‘black and yellow,'” he said, adding that he would love to find out what other colors they were.
The fossil has an amazing number of colors.
It’s not easy to find, because it’s hidden in a small cave.
“They’re really beautiful,” Smith remarked.
The other big attraction at the Science museum is the largest and best-preserved fossil collection in the nation.
The largest collection is the original collection of Tyrannosaurus rex, which includes bones and teeth from the animal’s first three generations.
The skeleton is about 2,500 years old, and researchers estimate that it was about 7