Film still- Indigenous woman with arms raised smiling at the sky

OKCine Latino Film Festival

OKCine Latino Film Festival flyer

Presented in partnership with the Oklahoma Cine Latino Film Festival

The Oklahoma Cine Latino Film Festival promotes the Latino cultural influence on cinema and has become a showcase for local and international filmmakers with submittals from Mexico, Spain, and South America.

Friday, April 30th at Sunset

Plunkett Park, UCO Campus

ABOUT THE FILMS:

Detail of a figurative sculpture by senior sculpture major: Pierson Edwards

Spring 2021 Senior Capstone Exhibition

Detail Image of a mixed media Installation

On view in Melton Gallery: April 29 -May 6, 2021

The Senior Capstone course prepares students to create a unique body of work and prepares them for life after UCO. The Exhibition will feature Studio Art majors and present their thesis work for the completion of their degree. This work is the culmination of four years of intensive study, creating a unique body of work and preparing them for a professional art career. The exhibition featured the work of the following Senior Art students:

  • Jessica D. Roberts, Drawing
  • Hope Bass, Sculpture
  • Sheri Talkington, Drawing
  • NyLainah DeŃee Brewer, Sculpture
  • Pierson Edwards, Sculpture
  • Carley Laird, Drawing
  • Kierra Frazier, Painting
  • Jonathan Good, Ceramics
  • Raynah N. Van Eck, Drawing
An image of steps up to where a house once stood in North Tulsa

The Spaces Between

an image of old framed family photos on an old television below an image of a black and white newspaper photo from the tulsa race massacre

Photos: Eyakem Gulilat

In commemoration of the Tulsa Race Massacre and as a continuation of Melton Gallery’s social justice art programming, “The Spaces Between” is a group art exhibition featuring Eyakem Gulilat’s photo-documentary series along with independent short films from the Oklahoma Cine Latino Film Festival. The narratives in these works investigate the personal and political nature of our shared spaces: the spaces that separate us, that bind us, and those that deny us. The exhibition will be on view in Melton Gallery from March 11-April 22, followed by an outdoor film festival on April 30, 2021.

Gulilat’s photography commemorates the Tulsa Race Massacre and documents the lives and erased history of historically Black spaces such as North Tulsa and Boley, Oklahoma. The films selected from the OK Cine Latino Film Festival offer a kaleidoscopic view of Latin American experiences navigating internal and external barriers.

Download the newspaper from the exhibition here: NewspaperDownload

Download the exhibition map here: Exhibition Map Download

View a video of the exhibition here: https://youtu.be/6bLzuDlaXXo