The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center For The Arts- LHUCA

The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center For The Arts- LHUCA

(806) 762-8606

511 Avenue K

Lubbock, TX 79401


LatinX: Artistas de Tejas

The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center For The Arts- LHUCA

April 7 - May 27, 2017

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 José Esquivel Juan Granados Justin Garcia Anabel Toribio Martínez César A. Martínez Delilah Montoya Dario Robleto Kathy Vargas


High Plains Print + Music Fest

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...

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Alexis McGrigg: Violet Deep

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...

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Celebrating 20 Years of Art

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...

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Mary M. Mazziotti: Memento Mori

Mary Mazziotti considers the subject of Death with wit and dry humor in her exhibit of hand-embroidered textiles, Memento Mori.

When Language Meets Arts

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:...

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I Come From

A quilt exhibition of stories, memories, and family histories.

Joey Brock: Beyond the Looking Glass

“Photography, collage, neon light and the exploration of materials abstracted and deconstructed paved the way to travel through this conceptual show of new media.”

Candace Hicks: Napoleon's Wallpaper

Napoleon’s Wallpaper is a series of optical illusions, kinetic sculptures and wall texts that constitute a room-sized puzzle book.

S. Harrison Brooks: Highway Lost

“Influenced by the West Texas landscape, Harrison Brooks draws inspiration from abandoned roadside scenes of abandonment and detritus when creating kinetic works as well as...

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Brandi Read: Unset In Stone

An exhibition by Brandi Read. “Unset in Stone questions how stories from mythology perpetuate gender roles in Western culture by skillfully painting sculptures from the...

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An exhibition culminating “Land Arts of the American West at Texas Tech University,” a semester abroad trans-disciplinary field program focusing on the natural and human forces that shape contemporary...

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Luis R. Gutiérrez: IN-migration

“Gutiérrez is a multi-media artist. His installations reflect a sensibility to seek and to illustrate the relevance of specific topics or issues both present and...

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White on White

A juried exhibition of monochromatic works from the many hues and shades of white, and neutrals.

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