The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center For The Arts- LHUCA
March 24 - 25, 2017
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 fest. For info and tickets, go here.
March 3 - April 1, 2017
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 from three university printmaking programs in Texas:University of North Texas Texas State University Texas A&M- Corpus Christi
February 3 - March 25, 2017
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 Bertram Betty Blevins David Bondt Nancye Hudgins Briggs Patricia Brown Harold Browning Harrison Bucy Virginia Burrell Marilee Echols Bybee Shannon Cannings William Cannings Andrew Carrizales Jean Caslin John Chinn Joe Clifford Christian Conrad Linda Cullum Kathy Davies James T. Davis Hannah Dean Ken Dixon Kara Donatelli Stacy Elko Benna Ellis La Gina Fairbetter Dennis Fehr Linda Fisher Carol Flueckiger John Franklin Tina Fuentes Robin Dru Germany Hugh Gibbons B.C. Gilbert JoBeth Gilliam George Gray Jean C. R. Grimes Jennifer Hernandez Tom Hicks Valerie Komkov Hill Margaret K. Hodgson Carol Howell Betty Jenkins James W. Johnson Jon Johnson Kathy Kelly Nathalie Kelley Carol Koenig Elenor Kreneck Lynwood Kreneck David Lamb-Vines Laura Lewis Ken Little Mike Maines Pat Maines Yulia Makarova Andrew Martin Ann McDonald Mica McGuire Mike Meister Yvonne Garro Mendoza Kathy Moody June Musick Susan Nall Dyan Newton Angelyn Nicholson Irby Pace Beth Pennington Chad Plunket Erika Pochybova Catherine Prose Judy Connell Robertson Donna Rose Joyce Runyan Annalee Schubert Donniece Smith Edward Spence Hanne Spence Ellen Stanley Lyn Stoll Bo Tan Steve Teeters Kathryn Thomas Jerry R. Thompson Ashton Thornhill Tornado Gallery Larry Simmons and Tony Greer Janis Hubble Vanderpool Rick Vanderpool James Watkins Gale Webb Jami White Jonathan Whitfill Jeff F. Wheeler Kathy Whiteside Leada Woods Sang-Mi Yoo Veronica Young
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
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
An exhibition of memory jars created by public participants.
An exhibition of works by Waxahachie-based artist and gallerist Bruce Lee Webb. The works in the show depict real and imagined people, from blues men, to hobos, to...Read More
A show of works by Lexington, Kentucky-based artist Gregory T. Davis.
“Photography, collage, neon light and the exploration of materials abstracted and deconstructed paved the way to travel through this conceptual show of new media.”
“Morrow uses a traditional venue to create interesting, plausible narratives, inviting the viewer to consider the absurdities we see within the frame, and in our...Read More
Napoleon’s Wallpaper is a series of optical illusions, kinetic sculptures and wall texts that constitute a room-sized puzzle book.
“My America (Texas) is a new body of work by American born artist Bale Creek Allen that is a survey of America, starting with Texas....Read More
“This exhibit is a survey of sculpture from 1993 to 2016, with several of the artist’s signature leaf and tree forms.”
“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...Read More
Dual exhibition of painting and sculpture by ceramicist Yvonne Garro Mendoza and landscape painter Tom Hicks.
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...Read More
A solo exhibition by oil painter Toni Arnett.
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...Read More
An exhibition by Ezio Gribaudo addressing themes of the human experience and the archeology of knowledge.
“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...Read More
A selection of new paintings by two nationally recognized Lubbock artists.
An exhibition of figurative paintings by James Koskinas and abstract landscapes by Julie Schumer.
Attendees will engage in an informal conversation about Andy Warhol’s life and work.
“An exhibition showcasing the viewpoints of a couple of West Texas artists who happen to have been married to each other for almost 57 years.”
“In this body of work, Steve explored the dichotomy that we have between our own identities and the ones we are shown by mass media,...Read More
A juried exhibition of monochromatic works from the many hues and shades of white, and neutrals.
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...Read More
“A collection of contemporary High Plains furniture and sculpture.”
An exhibition of mixed media works that utilize found materials. The pieces in the show attempt “to bridge contradictions of human experience.”
An exhibit of ceramics and prints by artist James Watkins.