Three exhibitions commemorating the centennial anniversary of the USA's entrance into World War I:Doughboys & Home Folks will use artifacts from the PPHM collections, as well as documents from a variety of sources, to explore life on the front lines and the home front.The Great War and the Panhandle-Plains Region will examine the lives of various soldiers, Marines, sailors, and nurses from the Panhandle-Plains region who served in WWI.World War I: The Great War in Images includes photographs documenting the period of the war.
LHUCA’s second annual juried exhibition featuring over 50 artists, national and international. This year's show was juried by San Antonio artist Gary Sweeney. Featured artists include:Joel Armstrong Raul Barquet Michael Basinski and Ginny O’Brien John Van Beekum Saya Behnam Noa Bornstein Cat Boucher Eddie Bruckner Derrick Burbul Peter Burgess Justin Burrus Linda Rae Coughlin Sonya Cuellar Diane Doty Glenn Downing Sandy Fortenberry Cora Jane Glasser Casey Arguelles Gregory Matthew Gualco Karen Gutfreund Melinda Green Harvey Pato Hebert Karen Hillier Gregory Jundanian Wes Kline Michael Koerner Regina Latkany Bachrun LoMele Pauline Mills Laurence and Myra Musgrove Leah Oates Planta . Milo Reid Nadine Sabev Emmet Sandberg REED SEIFER Stephanie Serpick RICHard SMOLinski Christopher Taylor Eric Thayer EILEN Thedford True . Gary Uribe Joyce Matula Welch Sean White Melissa Wofford Karen Frimkess Wolff Katrina Wright Georgia Zwartjes
An exhibition bringing together the works of influential Texas art teachers Sallie Gillespie, Wade Jolly, Blanche McVeigh, and Evaline Sellors. All four artists were instructors at the Texas School of Art in Fort Worth.
An exhibition of works by artist Dan Phillips. Trained as a cabinet and furniture maker, Phillips creates custom furniture pieces out of a studio in Dallas. Additionally, he makes collages, drawings, and paintings composed of calligraphic lines and soft color washes.
A show of posters created by TTU graphic design students. The works in the show "utilize and explore both typography and imagery in order to disturb, distort, highlight, and reimagine our relationship and consciousness of violence dealt with by America’s youth."
An exhibition of art that was created during the period of Georgia O’Keeffe’s time at West Texas A&M University. The show will feature works by O’Keeffe’s contemporaries, including Lucien Abrams, Leon Dabo, Hale Bolton, Reveau Bassett, Louis Oscar Griffith, Edward G. Eisenlohr, E. Irving Couse, Joseph Henry Sharp, Bert Geer Phillips, W. Herbert Dunton, Oscar E. Berninghaus, and Ernest L. Blumenschein, among others. Objects in the show will rotate every 3-6 months.