This Exhibition is a celebration of Dia de los Muertos and a remembrance of our loved ones. The works displayed have been created by Latinx students from across the University of Central Oklahoma campus. It is the goal of the Melton and Krottinger Galleries to honor cultural and ethnic heritage by promoting the voices of the artists existing within . . .
Shelby Head Exhibition: Am I that Name?
The exhibition features sculpture, painting, mixed media, video and sound installation on the complex and fluid nature of gender and identity in an often discriminatory, binary world. This work is in part a visual representation of the artist’s investigation into Queer theory and their ideas of “self/selves.”
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Women’s Rights Are Human Rights: International Posters on Gender-Based Inequality, Violence, and Discrimination
September 16th – November 18th, 2021
“This exhibition features posters created by both men and women to celebrate and acknowledge the vital role that all citizens should play in protecting and promoting human rights while actively challenging gender inequality and stereotypes, advancing sexual and reproductive rights–“.
Artist Talk with Gay Pasley
October 28th, 2021
The University of Central Oklahoma’s Melton Gallery hosted a free, public gallery talk with artist and author Gay Pasley, from 5-7:30 p.m. Oct. 28, at the Melton Gallery.
Charleen Weidell: Meet the Dean
Thursday, October 21st, Krottinger Gallery
The Meet the Dean event presented UCO with the opportunity to become more acquainted with the new Dean of the College of Fine Arts and Design, Charleen Weidell. A small retrospective of her work was on view during the duration of the event.