A logical exploration.
Opens Sunday, Oct. 26
You only thought Leonard Nimoy was cool when he returned to the big screen for a meaningful cameo in the 2009 Star Trek film. Not only did he lend a gratifying credibility to the deserving re-boot of the grand sci-fi franchise, but Nimoy is a true artist with talents beside the moniker of film actor and director. Need proof? Visit the Sherwin Miller Museum of Art, 2021 E. 71st St., in Tulsa on Sunday, Oct. 26, for the opening of Leonard Nimoy: Secret Selves. The photography exhibit features portraits by Nimoy of individuals. Asked to reveal their hidden identities, these volunteers created a range of expression, attitude and composition – all captured by the accomplished artist, who has published books of poetry and photography in addition to screenplays. Secret Selves will continue through Jan. 31. For more about the museum and show, visit www.jewishmuseum.net.