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People inside the art gallery of LHUCA

School of Art
Satellite Gallery

Satellite gallery at Charles Adams Studio Project

Located in the vibrant downtown Lubbock Arts District that includes the Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts (LHUCA), the Buddy Holley Hall of Arts & Sciences, and the Charles Adams Studio Project (CASP) – Live/Work Studios, the School of Art's Satellite Gallery promotes awareness of School of Art programs across local, national, and international communities by:

  1. Showcasing outstanding creative and scholarly research of SOA students and faculty,
  2. Promoting arts education outreach into the Lubbock Community, and
  3.  Facilitating the recruitment of top high school students from area schools.

First Friday Art Trail

The LHUCA and CASP arts campus draws thousands of community guests every First Friday of the month when the First Friday Art Trail provides multiple gallery venues, along with SOA's Satellite Gallery, for guests to see current arts research and projects.

More Information

Art faculty and students submit proposals for review by the School of Art's Exhibits & Speakers Committee. Recent exhibitions and presentations have included MFA Thesis Exhibitions by Kate Sutter (below), Cody Scrivener and Brooke Tuma, presented in April and May 2023, and a month-long series of lectures and workshops presented by doctoral student Courtney Tyler in collaboration with the Women's Studies Program in March 2023.

School of Art's Satellite Gallery

Exterior View of the Satellite Gallery at CASPKate Sutter MFA Thesis Exhibition (Spring 2023) <

Joe Arredondo


Contact the Coordinator

Joe Arredondo
Landmark Arts, Director