I’m Sorry You’re Happy is a collaborative exhibition between Elrod and Charney exploring the idea of interdisciplinary collaboration within a university context.
The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center For The Arts- LHUCA
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Misty, manipulated allegorical photos.
Speculative portraits of subjects whose depiction may be informed by image culture and/or the artist’s conception of their being. Gallery hours are by appointment through [...]
Circular formal experimentation through the use of found objects, particularly previously discarded books and encyclopedias.
New Mexico artist Andrew J. Merritt’s big new pieces using wood, oil, metals, asphalt, and spray paint are based upon the recent wildfires that ravaged [...]
The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts presents an exhibition of work by Patricia Nix. Her body of work spans more than 40 years [...]
Julia Ousley unleashes a series of twenty-seven legs cast from the bodies of twenty-seven of her artist friends in Illuminated Soles at the Louise Hopkins [...]
chiCrits, a local women’s artists collaborative, presents the exhibition, Bird is the Word, at the Louise H. Underwood Center for the Arts. The collaborative has [...]
The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts features the group exhibition Exiles and Infidels by Cirkit of Mythos, coordinated by Ryder Richards in the [...]
"Coming from a background of teachers, preachers, and farmers, [Whitfill] has been influenced by both backyard orators and shade-tree mechanics. A West Texas native from [...]
Franklin Ackerley is a fictional artist who Jeff Wheeler and James A. Porter attribute their collaborative work to. Wheeler curated the show, which includes not [...]
"The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts presents Transformations, a solo exhibition of works by Sue Anne Rische. The show will feature new pieces [...]
Mother and son duo Nola Richards and Ryder Richards have been collaborating on several works over the last year, and now is your chance to [...]
A group show curated by Kara Donatelli, an installation artist from Lubbock.