Texas Tech University

Spring 2021 Exhibitions

Amy Elkins: Parting Words
SRO Photo Gallery
February 8 - April 30, 2021

Amy Elkins Parting Words

Parting Words, a visual archive created by Amy Elkins from 2009 into the present, out of mug shots and testimony readily available through public record of the 556 inmates executed in Texas since 1976, the year the ban on capital punishment was overturned. Using an algorithm, each mug shot is converted into looping excerpts from last utterances ranging from confessions to hymns, sorrows to fears. Parting Words is a work in progress, growing in size with the growing numbers of those executed in Texas, a state responsible for over 37% of all executions in the United States, which is more than the totals of Virginia, Oklahoma, Florida, Missouri, Georgia and Alabama combined.

2020 BFA in Studio Art Senior Virtual Exhibition
Online and at the Satellite Gallery at CASP

Senior BFA at Satellite Gallery

The virtual exhibition presents artwork by seniors of the BFA in Studio Art program. Specializations of Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Ceramics, Jewelry Design and Metalsmithing, Sculpture, and Transmedia are represented. Click on the title above to view the exhibition. The exhibition will be window projected at the Satellite Gallery at CASP on the weekends of February 5th & 6th and February 12th & 13th for night-time, walk-by viewing.

Amos P. Kennedy: Mapping Justice
Art Building Folio Gallery - Continuing

Amos Paul Kennedy, Jr.


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.