Support Our Programs
The College of Fine Arts and Design (CFAD) offers many venues and programs for the benefit of both students and the community. See below for descriptions of our varied programs. To give in support of one of these areas, click the Give Now button below or contact CFAD Development Project Manager Tami Jackson at (405) 974-3783 or email@example.com. Thank you for supporting our programs!
Note: Under Payment Options, select “Click this button to see gift options.” Choose the program to which you would like to contribute. If your program of interest isn’t listed, type it into the box labeled, “I would like to give to an area/fund not listed in the designation options listed above.”
Celebrating ACM@UCO's 10th anniversary, the Metro Music Series is a yearlong event featuring ACM@UCO-tied bands performing alongside nationally-touring acts and a growing roster of masterclasses taught by industry leaders.
Broadway Tonight is Edmond’s longstanding, local presenter of the industry’s top artists whose performances enrich both students and the community by integrating students arts programming with professional artists to create exceptional cultural offerings.
The only center of its kind in the state, the Brisch Center for Historical Performance harnesses the new wave in classical music in its passion to understand and present music from the past as close to the composer’s intention as possible.
Support building and equipment improvements and expansion for our award-winning department of design.
The Melton Gallery combines contemporary local talents with national and international exhibitions to provide opportunities for the community to engage with visual art.
Mitchell Hall Theatre, Central’s performing arts venue since 1926, houses an array of musical, theatrical and dance performances. The building has been enhanced with a 17,000 square foot expansion, the Mitchell Education Center, which incorporates additional rehearsal spaces, a new costume shop and an art gallery.
Rated one of the best performance venues in the Oklahoma City Metro, the UCO Jazz Lab serves as a community-focused live music club as well as an education facility for UCO’s jazz studies program and a place to learn, write and record music.