The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center For The Arts- LHUCA

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(806) 762-8606

511 Avenue K

Lubbock, TX 79401

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B.C. Gilbert: High Plains Jamboree

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 […]

Victoria Shields: 253 yards out to sea

“Victoria says, ‘The bed can represent an object of comfort and solace as well as a ritual marker for the passing of each night.’”

Scotty Hensler: Making Up People

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 […]

Jonathan Whitfill: Edition

Circular formal experimentation through the use of found objects, particularly previously discarded books and encyclopedias.

Andrew J. Merritt: Cry Fire

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 […]

Patricia Nix

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: Illuminated Soles

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 […]

Bird is the Word

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 […]

Cirkit of Mythos: Exiles and Infidels

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 […]

Jonathan Whitfill: Oh

"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: New Work and Selections

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 […]

Transformations

"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 […]

Kismet

A group show curated by Kara Donatelli, an installation artist from Lubbock.