Texas Tech School of Art Satellite Gallery at Charles Adams Studio Project (CASP)
July 6 - August 4, 2018
"Playing with Chess brings together the work of 23 artists to continue the tradition begun in the 1944 show, The Imaginary Chess, in NYC, organized by Marcel Duchamp, Max Ernst, and more. In homage to this tradition Texas Tech University Associate Professor in the School of Art, Future Atkins, has organized this exhibition to explore and celebrate artists' take on the classic game. The work consists of glass, clay, collage, assemblage, painting and metal pieces. The styles range from traditional to conceptual, historical to contemporary, mythical to practical."Artists include: Chris Adams, Donna Finch Adams, Future Akins, Steve Black, David Bondt, Arlene Cason, Chad Farris, William Flint, Francys Flanagan, Dawna Gillespie, Roger Holmes, Calab Jack, Norman Kary, Shawn Knuckles, Jayson Luce, Germain Quintanilla, Daniel Rodriguez, Bob Rynearson, Marco Sanchez, Jim Shivers, Barb Stewart, Jon Whitfill, and Chase Yarbrough.
“Lacuna: encounter to unknow is Liv M. Johnson’s MFA Thesis exhibition. Johnson’s exhibition centers on the depictions and exploration into what she terms the Lacuna. This world...Read More
Garden of Dystopian Flights brings together a group of artists to create a site-specific art installation around the theme of “envisioning a better dystopia.” Participating artists include:...Read More
In this exhibition, Lindsey Phillips “examines the nature of shame and secrecy through a series of work produced in photography, digital imaging, printmaking, and bookmaking. The...Read More
An exhibition of works by TTU Assistant Professor of Art, Ghislaine Fremaux. The works in the show are inspired by a project in which Fremaux and Dr. Jean...Read More
An exhibition featuring works by Lndsey Maestri and Cody Arnall.
An exhibition of works by artists who “identify with being a “Nasty Woman” in the face of threats to roll back women’s rights, individual rights,...Read More
An exhibition of works by TTU graduate student Jared Stanley. The show explores ways that we “understand, perform, and represent grief.”
A BFA Senior exhibition by TTU student Eric Parr. His work uses abstraction to “express the confusion and flaws within the human spirit and psyche.”
An exhibition presented in conjunction with the Arts Practice Research Conference: Scholarship, Pedagogy, and the Creative Process, taking place on the TTU campus. This exhibition features...Read More
An exhibition showcasing a variety of work by six recent graduates of the Masters in Art Education program–Sarah Hartman, Ana Harvey, Anika Blanco, Rick Kincheloe,...Read More
An exhibition featuring twelve large gestural monotype prints created by artist Kristy Kristinek, using mark making as documentation of the artist’s ‘dance,’ complemented by an...Read More
A group exhibition of sculpture, painting, photography, video, performance, and installation works that engage with ideas of contemporary social, political and environmental change. Includes works...Read More
This collaborative installation by artists Ashley Busby, Alberto Careaga, and Kristen Swartz combines both found and constructed objects to recreate the environment of a childhood...Read More
“Mr. Bradley, if you don’t mind my saying so, I think you are a ringer.”
C.O.R. is Harshman’s MFA thesis exhibition. He creates individual and site-specific installations that ask the viewer to find an entrance and exit point and to create...Read More
This show was originally exhibited as a pop-up gallery within a truck in Marfa during Chinati Weekend. Works on view will include documentation of the...Read More
A multimedia exhibition by senior Studio Art student J. Eric Simpson at the Satellite Gallery at LHUCA. Gallery hours are noon-4 pm on Saturdays through...Read More
Visiting Assistant Professor, Adéwálé Adénlé unmasks important socio-political developments in the artist’s African background and connects them with related occurrences in the United States. Gallery...Read More
Works in varying media on the theme of bachelorhood.