Coming: August 3rd During First Friday Art Trail
Playing with Chess
SOA Satellite Gallery at CASP, 6-9 PM
This exhibition brings together the work of several artists working in the tradition of the 1944 show, The Imaginary Chess, in NYC, organized by Marcel Duchamp. In homage to this tradition Future Atkins, associate professor in School of Art, has organized this exhibition to explore and celebrate the classic game of chess. Artists include: Chris Adams, Donna Finch Adams, Future Akins, Steve Black, David Bondt, Arlene Cason, Chad Farris, William Flint, Francys Flanagan, Dawna Gillespie, Roger Holmes, Calab Jack, Norman Kary, Shawn Knuckles, Jayson Luce, Germain Quintanilla, Daniel Rodriguez, Bob Rynearson, Marco Sanchez, Jim Shivers, Barb Stewart, Jon Whitfill, and Chase Yarbrough.
Art@Work: School of Art Summer II Painting
Solar Powered Painting at Solar Energy International, Paonia, Colorado
CASP Studio D, 6-9 PM
This art projected was created during a class trip to study Elsewhere Studio's project Inspired: Art @ Work in Paonia, CO, focusing on socially engaged artwork and environmental issues in a rural town.
Also of Interest
LVBBVCK VRBS AETERNA : Lubbock City Eternal
a mixed media exhibition and conversation between Caleb Lightfoot and J. Eric Simpson
Opening: August 3, from 6:00 – 10:00 pm at CASP 5&J gallery.
For private viewings please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Employing speculative architecture and botanical illustrations of herbicide resistant weeds, Lightfoot and Simpson call into question current industrial agriculture, land-use, and plant science practices on the South Plains. Through a series of conversations and subsequent artworks, Lightfoot and Simpson ask: how can we achieve an Eternal Lubbock with un-sustainable agricultural practices? What might alternative models of agricultural practice look like?
Caleb Lightfoot: M Arch, Texas Tech University
J. Eric Simpson: MFA, University at Buffalo
Continuing in the Galleries
Graphic Design Senior Portfolio Exhibition
Taking Up Space
Organized by Carolina Alamilla and Scotty Hensler
Summer Hours for the Landmark Arts Galleries are: Monday - Friday from 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM; closed on Weekends and during University holidays.