The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center For The Arts- LHUCA
May 4 - June 30, 2018
"CLOTHESlines is vintage Americana in the form of a clothesline, made of rusted wire, steel, and backyard noises like a lawnmower, kids playing, chirping birds and the chicka-chicka sounds of a sprinkler to invoke a summer day."
“An exhibit of drawings by Texas Tech School of Art, Professor Emeritus, Sara Waters.”
The artist on their work: “The pieces in this exhibition all deal with the “walls” we put in place to protect/insulate ourselves and the memories we...Read More
“Cody Arnall’s work investigates themes of personal and shared histories. His installation Who’s Got a Price on Their Head? is a closer examination of aggression and...Read More
Rosa M. Villoslada’s Unknown Faces project is an act of solidarity to farm workers, focusing on the female subject. It aims to share the stories...Read More
“Daniel Blagg’s latest work includes his stylistically flat and dilapidated representational scenes of what were once gleaming signs of commercialism rendered with an abundance of metaphorical...Read More
The concept for Clay on the Wall: National Juried Exhibition, was originally created by internationally recognized ceramic artist, Professor Juan Granandos of Texas Tech University...Read More
A show of paintings and drawings by Texas Tech University Professor of Art Tina Fuentes.
A show featuring Alice Leora Briggs’ new suite of 12 woodcuts. The works are an homage to Mark Strand, 1990 U.S. Poet Laureate.
A show featuring collages and drawings by Lance Letscher.
“Billy Hassell is a Texas based artist with a focus on nature, conservation and the environment who produces oil paintings, color lithographs and watercolors.”
“Jon Revett’s new paintings use geometric tessellations to abstract specific moments in time and space.”
A show of works by Steven J. Miller. The artist on his work: “My paintings are narratives about human relationships, with each other and with the natural...Read More
A show of works by Marfa-based artist Julie Speed.
An exhibition of drawings San Antonio-based artist Hills Snyder created on his travels across America. From LHUCA: “Altered States (Part Two) is a road movie, complete...Read More
A group exhibition celebrating the sweet days and cool delights of summer featuring artwork all about ice cream. This exhibition highlights 20 artists working in...Read More
“Stephen D’Onofrio’s work is characterized by an interest in the home decor market, the mass commodification of art, and the generic visual lexicon that accompanies...Read More
A collaborative exhibition of some of the best projects produced by graphic design students in the School of Art’s ART4358 Motion Graphics class. Artists include:...Read More
A show of works by Noah Wakefield. From the gallery: “This exhibition is the culmination of a form development that focuses on the manipulation and physical...Read More
“Synaptic Misfire and Migration is a current series of paintings and drawings centering around daily observations, layering of thought and our natural world.”
A show featuring works by Texas Tech University sculpture students. Featured artists include: Norah Alqabbaa David Deeds Chiseum Dent Christopher Duran John Ryan Gallegos Liv...Read More
An exhibition featuring 13 Latino and Latina artists living and working in Texas. Artists include: René Alvarado Fernando Andrade Richard Armendariz Margarita Cabrera Gaspar Enríquez...Read More
A show of works by artist Josué Galvan.
A festival celebrating music and printmaking! LHUCA and Charles Adams Studio Project will be hosting curated print shows, and there will be music throughout the...Read More
Across Texas: Curated by Sang-Mi Yoo, Associate Professor of Art at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, TX, features current print works by faculty and students...Read More
This exhibition examines the psychological imprint of living inside blackness through the black experience, specifically from the perspective of African-American men who have been unjustly...Read More
A group exhibition celebrating LHUCA’s 20th Anniversary. The show features over 100 artists, including: Cecila Adams Maisie Marie Alford Toni Arnett Victoria Marie Bee Jim...Read More
Mary Mazziotti considers the subject of Death with wit and dry humor in her exhibit of hand-embroidered textiles, Memento Mori.
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:...Read More
A show of works by David Bondt.
Repositioning Pathways is a body of work that references multiple cultures through images of landscape and human forms.
A quilt exhibition of stories, memories, and family histories.
Lubbock: Life of Cotton-La Vida de Algodón explores our relationships with cotton and the plight of the migrant workers through audio stories, sensory poetry, live...Read More