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This Week at School of Art: December 3rd - 9th

Monday, December 3rd at 7:00 PM, Art B-01
Jessie Dodington - MFA Lecture
"TRAVERSE: Body In Landscape - Painting a Phenomenological Experience of Landscape"

Dodington MFA 

First Friday, December 7th from 6 - 9 PM
Flurry! - TTU School of Art Clubs Winter Sale 
SOA Satellite Gallery at CASP


First Friday, December 7th from 6-9 PM
TiP - Type in Progress
School of Art @ CASP Studio D


First Friday, December 7th from 6 - 9 PM  
Collective Amalgamation 4325
a group exhibition of Photographic Lighting ART 4325
CASP Print Studio

Collective 4325

Continuing in the Galleries

Detention Nation: Sin Huellas Collective Installation Exhibition
October 20th - December 15th, Art Building Landmark Gallery
Read news coverage about the exhibition:

Detention Nation

Selected Artworks from VPA 2301 Critical Issues in the Arts 
Art Building South Gallery - Through December 10th

This course is designed to expand students' understanding of artistic practice as both reflecting and shaping socio-cultural conditions around the world. Students enroll in this course from across the university to engage in an interdisciplinary and collaborative analysis of music, the visual arts, theatre, and dance as fundamental to the health and survival of society. Special attention is paid to the relationship of the arts to their broader social environments as well as the formal, theoretical, ethical, political, and professional contexts of artistic production/reception. No prior knowledge of the arts is necessary.

Also of Interest

Ryder Richards: Empowerment 
Studio 1 at CASP, Friday, December 7th, 6-9 PM

Ryder Richards

Studio 1 at CASP is pleased to present Empowerment by artist Ryder Richards as the second of four programs that focus on vital resources of the South Plains. As a previous Lubbock-ite, Ryder decided it would be fitting to generate "free power" at a high cost and net loss by building a DIY wind turbine. Made from a motorized bike wheel, lots of YouTube videos, and an excess of time, the exhibit is Ryder's participation in the psychopathology of DIY citizenry.

"The online DIY community has helped me be fulfilled. My new focus on tangible problems and solutions removes the need for problematic discourse, making something cool is empowering. And I'm helping the economy with lots of Amazon and Home Depot purchases." ~ Ryder Richards

BIO: Ryder Richards is a Dallas-based artist, writer, and freelance curator. He co-curated Boom Town at the Dallas Museum of Art, directed The Cube in Roswell, New Mexico as part of a one-year artist-in-residence program, and co-developed the RJP Nomadic Gallery. He has shown work in London, Germany, Spain, China, Greece, and across the United States. Ryder has been a member/founder of several collaborative art groups including The Art Foundation and Culture Laboratory, as well as participating in the Texas Biennial 2011 and 2013and the Dallas Biennial 2012 and 2014. Ryder taught art for ten years, travels, attends art residencies, and writes the occasional art review, which prompted him to found EUTOPIA: Contemporary Art Reviews.

Pre-Modern Bibles:
From the Dead Sea Scrolls to the Complutensian Polyglot Bible
Museum of Texas Tech University 
Through March 3, 2019

Co-curated by Janis Elliott, Ph.D., associate professor of art history and John Howe, professor of history, Pre-Modern Bibles: From the Dead Sea Scrolls to the Complutensian Polyglot Bible, is to be the largest collection of original and facsimile biblical manuscripts ever assembled in West Texas.The exhibition will be hosted by the Museum of Texas Tech University through March 3, 2019. Dr. Timothy C. Graham is Distinguished Professor and Regents' Professor at the University of New Mexico. Exhibition continues through March 3, 2019.

Polki: Hidden Power!
Museum of Texas Tech University
Through December 31, 2018

This exhibition, comprised of nine Polish women illustrators, finds its courage, strength and beauty in daily routines often identified as issues of women, such as child rearing, interior environment, and body image.

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