Texas Tech University Landmark Arts Gallery
Lubbock, TX 79409-2081
An exhibition of works by TTU School of Art faculty and alumni. Artists include: Ghislaine Fremaux, Scotty Hensler, Hannah Dean, and Michael Glenn.
New work in a range of media by the school’s faculty.
An exhibition featuring a range of works by Texas Tech School of Art alumni that continue their artistic practice in the West Texas region.
An exhibition featuring a recent series of monochrome photographs by Jamie Johnson printed on fragile Japanese Kitakata paper.
An exhibition focused on the sequential art of graphic novels and animation, featuring work by Denise Guinn, Greg Harms, Annie Poon, and Casey Jex Smith....Read More
A show of photographer David Martin’s series of large scale sandwich images–each a favorite of an individual that he has surveyed, with an ingredient list,...Read More
This annual national juried exhibition, coordinated by the Printmaking program at the Texas Tech University School of Art and this year juried by Kevin Haas,...Read More
The Chicanitas exhibition features 65 small-scale paintings by 26 established and emerging artists from Cheech Marin’s renowned private collection of Chicano art.
Photo collages from the Denton-based artist (and 2005 Texas Tech BFA graduate).
An exhibition of portrait photography. Co-curated by Peter S Briggs.
The concept of this exhibition of sculpture, text-based, and video works is inspired by Bataille’s Surrealist essay The Solar Anus, an absurd correspondence between the natural...Read More
A multimedia, site-specific installation inspired by being of both Chinese and Mexican heritage.
Inaugurating the new academic year, Texas Tech School of Art presents a group of exhibitions featuring new works by Texas Tech Art Faculty, MFA candidates,...Read More
Dill’s observations and reflections of what is transpiring in current news and pop culture. She uses a combination of artist pens, watercolor, acrylic, and oil...Read More
Saulnier’s large paintings manage both an immediate visceral pulse and a slow meditative crawl through complex and suggestive allusions evoking transience and uncertainty.
Co-curated byGlen Brown, Ph.D., and Juan Granados.
Guest Curator, Peter S Briggs has gathered work by twenty-one artists from Texas, New Mexico and Arizona who address topic related to the theme of...Read More
Artist Catherine Lee will give a talk in room B01 in the School of Art at Texas Tech in Lubbock.
“Outlaw printmaker” Sean Stewart, aka Sean Starwars’, funny modern mythologies, including selections from Starwars’ One Woodcut a Week Project (2011) and his 366 Project will...Read More
Sherri Irvin, Ph.D., an associate professor in philosophy at the University of Oklahoma will present Making Contemporary Art: Fabrication and Negotiation, a lecture arguing that...Read More
Keinholz will choose one important piece form each decade of her collaboration with her late husband, Ed Kienholz, and talk about them in room 49...Read More
33 works by 35 artists from across the U.S. who push the technological and conceptual boundaries of printmaking.
More than 70 posters by a group of internationally recognized graphic designers from Europe, the U.S. and Mexico highlights the power of design to engage...Read More
UTSA professor Constance Lowe will give a public artist’s lecture at 7 p.m., Oct. 19 in room B01 of the art building, 2802 18th Street...Read More
Landmark Arts at the Texas Tech University School of Art will host Judy Rushin, an artist working across and between the disciplines of painting, drawing,...Read More
Artists Lippillo (in Mississippi) and Schoon (in New York), swap images of their homes to make a collaborative series of photographs that bridge the physical...Read More
Work from School of Art studio faculty and MFA candidates at Texas Tech.
Selected photographs from Schalliol’s series, Isolated Building Studies: Revealing Meaning through Recontextualization. Schalliol, a doctoral student in sociology at the University of Chicago, studies social stratification...Read More
Landmark Arts at Texas Tech University participates in the 2011 Texas Biennial with the exhibition Llano Estacado: Island in the Sky. The exhibition features Texas...Read More
Virginia Rutledge, the 2011 Texas Biennial guest curator, juries Texas Tech’s 24th Annual Juried Undergraduate Art Student Exhibition.
As featured in our Spring Preview: “Remarkably, the work of Austin wedding photographer Bill McCullough is not staged. He brings in additional lighting to achieve his...Read More