Texas Tech University

Spring 2023 Exhibitions

01.02.2023 - 02.19.2023

Drawing Playa Lakes

Drawing Playa Lakes
School of Art Folio Gallery

Drawing I, Texas Tech University (Fall Semester 2022)
For Texas Parks & Wild Life / Heather Johnson
Associate Professor Carol Flueckiger
With Teaching Assistants Michele Pierce and Lauren Peterson

01.11 - 02.12.2023

Karen Hillier

SRO Photo Gallery
January 11 – February 12, 2023

02.16.2023 - 04.16.2023

Leticia Bajuyo

Betting on the Sun
Curated by Bethany Springer
Art Building Landmark Gallery

03.03.2023 - 3.23.2023

Hide & Seek

Neighborhood Art Space
School of Art Satellite Gallery at CASP
March 2023

Within the frameworks of collaborative feminist pedagogy, Leslie Sotomayor, Katy Ballard, and Courtney Tyler co-curate an exhibit for the March TTU Satellite Gallery alongside guest artists Rachel Avila, Shelby Poor, Stephen Puente, and Sophia Villalobos. An interdisciplinary re-search work, our project will take non-artist learners and community members through a participatory art journey. 

03.22.2023 - 04.09.2023

Juried 37th

37th Annual Juried Undergraduate Art Student Exhibition
Juror: Dr. Tracee Robertson, Helen DeVitt Jones Curator of Art, Museum of Texas Tech University
Art Building Studio Gallery

03.27.2023 - 04.15.2023

Clothesline Project

Holding Space: The Clothesline Project 2023 
Art Building South Gallery

The Clothesline Project 2023 is a collaborative and co-participatory exhibition to address the issue of power-based violence and to promote visibility on college campuses. The Clothesline project began in 1990 as vehicle for those affected by violence to express their emotions through writing statements on t-shirts provided by organizers and hanging the works on a clothesline. The idea of hanging color-coded t-shirts on a clothesline in a public place is an unprecedented way of educating others on this matter.  The colors of the shirts differentiate the multiple forms of violence to turn statistics into shirts. Exhibiting artists include Bazil Bradford, Tricia Earl, Shelby Poor, Courtney Tyler, and Sophia Villalobos. In conjunction with Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM), the exhibition invites audience members to interact with the curated works on display as well as collaborate.

Selected Recent Exhibitions

Visioning the Ogallala Aquifer on the Llano Estacado
Landmark Gallery, TTU School of Art
March 25 – April 24, 2022

Process and Paper in Contemporary Native American Art
Curated by Dr. Lesley Wolff 
School of Art Landmark Gallery 
Spring 2020

Assembling Animal Communication
Curated by Dr. Kevin Chua
Landmark Gallery 
March 18 - April 22, 2019

Detention Nation: 
Sin Huellas Collective Installation Exhibition
School of Art Landmark Gallery
October 20 - December 15, 2018


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 Still Water Foundation of Austin. Additional support comes from Cultural Activities Fees administered through the J.T. & Margaret Talkington College of Visual & Performing Arts.