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Current & Upcoming

Seeking Tongues

Seeking Tongues: Postcolonial Photographies 
Curated by Delilah Montoya
October 11-December 15, 2019 
Art Building Landmark Gallery

Debora Hunter

Debora Hunter: Shooting Blanks at the NRA
SRO Photo Gallery, October 03 - November 10, 2019

Hutchinson Middle School

Expresión, celebración y amor: El día de los Muertos
A Selection of Photographs by Hutchinson Middle School Students
Under the direction of Marci Beene, Digital Photography Teacher
Studio Gallery, October 1 - November 3, 2019

Ofrenda

Honoring Chicanx Artists: A Community Ofrenda Installation
Folio Gallery, on view through November 4th
Curated by Dr. Lesley A. Wolff in collaboration with the students in Dr. Wolff's undergraduate seminar, ARTH4308: US Latinx Art of the Borderlands

In honor of el Día de los Muertos, this ofrenda project—organized and led by art history faculty member Dr. Lesley Wolff and the students in her undergraduate Latinx Art History Seminar—commemorates the vital artistic and cultural contributions of three Chicano/a artists: Luis Jiménez, Jr. (1940-2006), Gilbert 'Magu' Luján (1940-2011), and Laura Aguilar (1959-2018). Community participation is welcome.

Marian Herring: Selsha Project

Marian Herring: The Selsha Project
Art Building South Gallery, November 1st - December 8th 
Reception: Friday, November 1st, 6:00-8:00 PM

Selsha is a planet far away in a different solar system; it plays host to all manner of creatures. Several of these creatures are intelligent and have formed entire cultures, languages, and societies. The Selsha Project is an attempt to catalog and record the biodiversity of this alien world and its many wonders. This exhibition fulfills the capstone requirement of the BA in Art.

Call for Justice

Hours for the Landmark Arts Galleries are:
Monday - Friday from 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM; Open until 9:00 PM on Thursday evenings; 
Saturday 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM;
Sunday noon - 4:00 PM.
Closed during University holidays.

LANDMARK ARTS promotes fine arts growth and development at Texas Tech School of Art through a comprehensive program of exhibitions, symposia and workshops, publications, and hands-on experience with working artists. As a component of the Texas Tech University School of Art, the strength of the program is in the integration of academic, professional, and real-world experience afforded by its broad association with the University and the Lubbock Community of arts supporters.

Landmark Arts exhibitions and speaker programs in the Texas Tech University School of Art are made possible in part with a generous grant from the Helen Jones Foundation of Lubbock. Additionally, we thank the J.T. and Margaret Talkington College of Visual and Performing Arts for the support provided for programs in the School of Art.