Red Earth Museum displays a collection of Kachina figures it has amassed in the past 35 years in a new exhibition. Kachinas from the Red Earth Collection recently opened at the downtown Oklahoma City museum with a variety of figures from Southwest Native American tribes. Kachina figures depict spirits in the traditional religion and cosmology of the Pueblo people. These figures also interpret the spirits’ appearance in different ways according to their function in the natural world. The exhibition runs through Sept. 30 at the museum, 6 Santa Fe Plaza. For more about the collection, visit www.redearth.org.