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Melton Zine Library
Melton Gallery opened one of the state’s first curated zine libraries on September 16th. The library contains a workstation where visitors can make their own zines. The zine workstation will come down on November 18th but the Melton Zine Library will be a permanent fixture in the gallery, making it a new resource to the UCO community as well as the community at large. The library and workstation are open to the public Monday-Thursday, 12-4 PM and on Fridays by appointment.
This project was curated by Veronica Cianfrano and supported in part by the Oklahoma Arts Council, which receives support from the State of Oklahoma and the National Endowment for the Arts.
More information about the zine library can be viewed on the UCO Master Calendar.
Women's Rights Are Human Rights
“Women’s Rights Are Human Rights: International Posters on Gender-Based Inequality, Violence and Discrimination,” is a traveling exhibition, curated by Elizabeth Resnick, M.F.A, professor emerita, Massachusetts College of Art and Design and hosted by UCO's Melton Gallery in partnership with Prof. Mandy Horton from the School of Design. The exhibition and its corresponding programming are designed to celebrate women and gender-nonconforming social justice advocates of all races and ethnicities while highlighting the inequalities they have fought against. It will be on view and open to the public, Monday-Thursday, 12-4 PM, and on Fridays by appointment until Nov. 18. The gallery will host a closing reception from 5-7:30 p.m. on Nov. 18.
Visit the Women's Rights Are Human Rights website for more information about the exhibition.