Via Bowerbird: Last December, the Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts in Lubbock (Lubbock’s hub for visual art) received a grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts, and “it has met and exceeded the $100,000 matching campaign to build an outdoor stage and amenities on its Plaza.”
It’s not just a big outdoor stage that’s going up outside the main gallery compound. Greenrooms and restrooms, etc., are part of the deal, and construction began in early June. The launch party is set for September 30, is free and open to the public, and features Beto and the Fairlanes.
also by Glasstire
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- Gunnar Birkerts, Architect Who Designed CAMH, Dies at 92 - August 16th, 2017
- Dallas Architecture Forum Hosts Chinati and MASS MoCA - August 15th, 2017
- 5th Annual Transborder Biennial Announced - August 14th, 2017
- Recently Restored John Biggers Mural Travels to Tyler Museum of Art - August 13th, 2017