The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center For The Arts- LHUCA
December 4 - January 30, 2016
A juried exhibition of monochromatic works from the many hues and shades of white, and neutrals.
November 6 - December 4, 2015
Sculptures and sound/video works by Nicolle LaMere, S. Harrison Brooks, Jon Whitfill, Ian F. Thomas, Sharon Massey, Ryder Richards, Eli Gold, Chad Plunket, Sean Hamilton, Leah Mackin, Maise Marie Alford, Victoria Marie Bee, Eli Blasko, Efren Marrufo, and Jesse Morgan Barnett. This initiative is "an ongoing project by Eli Blasko that brings artists together on a national level to exhibit outdoor works made from both conventional and unconventional materials in an interim setting." The works run from through the Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts and Charles Adams Studio Project campuses; from Avenue L to Texas Avenue (east to west) and from 4th Street to Mac Davis Lane (north to south).
November 6 - December 19, 2015
"A collection of contemporary High Plains furniture and sculpture."
November 6 - December 19, 2015
An exhibition of mixed media works that utilize found materials. The pieces in the show attempt "to bridge contradictions of human experience."
An exhibition calling on all members from the West Texas Watercolor Society.
“A traveling hootnanny filled with hijinks and hilarity.”
An exhibit of ceramics and prints by artist James Watkins.
A collection of sacred art from the classical culture of the Tibetan Plateau.
An exhibition of works by Jiawei Gong that draws from daily American life and the artist’s Chinese cultural roots.
An exhibition of work by artist Kara Donatelli exploring mental illness and the differences and similarities among us all.
An exhibition of paintings on paper by artist John Mattson.
An exhibition of abstract paintings by San Antonio artist Stefani Job Spears.
An exhibition of printed matter and video by John Hancock referencing the trauma of war and fragility of life.
An exhibition of recent studies and finished works by artist Ken Dixon.
A show of landscapes by artist Katie Maratta depicting the mythic west Texas country in pieces that are four feet long but only one inch...Read More
A show of paintings by artist Brian Brogan inspired by dreams, visions and indigenous traditions, mystical landscapes.
An exhibition of work by Shannon and William Cannings illuminating how the couple manages a dual nationality/gender/art medium household.
An exhibition of documents, objects and constructions from architecture graduate students Michael Norris, Gabriela Reyes, and Anthony Zuefeldt with artists J. Eric Simpson and Matti...Read More
In this ongoing series, artist Irby Pace makes emptiness momentarily tangible by creating and photographing colorful, floating smoke clouds in various urban and natural landscapes.
Drawings and collages by artist Jerry Skibell.
A solo exhibition of Justus’ Meaty Paintings, with candy colors and sexually charged forms.
Part of the quirky Houston/Idaho gang of folks like Ed and Nancy Kienholz and Walter Hopps, Sharon Kopriva brings her beautiful creepiness to Lubbock in...Read More
A whirlwind extravaganza of paintings, drawings, and shit-kicking shenanigans. The newest reincarnation of UM lines up a statwide roster of artists, with works ranging from...Read More
Jiawei is an Associate Professor at Texas Tech University School of Art, College of Visual and Performing Arts. This series of site-specific video installations exams...Read More
Longtime Lubbock photographer Ashton Thornhill is an associate professor emeritus from Texas Tech, where he taught photography for 26 years.
New works by B.C. Gilbert, self-described “artist & drifter.” Gilbert once commented to us that he had to move from Lubbock to a small town...Read More
“Victoria says, ‘The bed can represent an object of comfort and solace as well as a ritual marker for the passing of each night.'”
Funk is a Professor Emeritus from the Texas Tech now working in San Antonio. This group of ceramic sculpture is about thought process and the influence...Read More
A survey of 60 years of art making.
I’m Sorry You’re Happy is a collaborative exhibition between Elrod and Charney exploring the idea of interdisciplinary collaboration within a university context.
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More