“High and Dry XXI: A Photographic Exhibition of Peoples and Places of the World’s Dry Lands”
On Display through January 28, 2022 – Gallery and Virtual Exhibit
Reception: Friday, December 3, 2021 • 5:00 – 6:30 PM
Juror Gallery Talk – 6:00 PM
International Cultural Center
601 Indiana Avenue, Lubbock, Texas 79409
Since 2000, the Office of International Affairs at Texas Tech University has curated the premiere juried photographic exhibition of peoples and places of the world's dry lands. The High and Dry Exhibition has attracted hundreds of artists across the nation, all of whom were asked to respond to some aspect of life in an arid or a semi-arid region. Subjects range from sand dunes in the Sahara Desert to ghost towns in Terlingua, Texas. It is our hope that these images will not only prompt aesthetic appreciation but also elicit reflection upon the realities of life on our increasingly thirsty planet.
Featuring work by:
Alan Abramowitz • Martha Bohn • Terry Brandt • Bill Brown • Greg Burgess • Justin Burrus • Robin Clark • James Clinich • Terry Cockerham • Pody Connally • Jean Cornell • George Craig • Patrick Dunn • Heather Eaton • Dan English • Harriet Feagin • Sandy Fortenberry • Karol Giblin • Michael Giblin • Guy Giersch • Steve Goff • Melinda Green Harvey • Peter Heller • Cynthia Hurayt • Kim Iglesia• Mark Indig • Ken Johnston • Hakam Kayasseh •Carol Lyon • Kathleen Mahoney • Kandance McNeese • Sharon Mouser • April Pilley • Thelma Pilley • Thaxter Price • Glenn Rudd • Elizabeth Sanjuan • Kenneth Spencer • Christena Stephens • Alan Sucsy • Steve Sucsy • Beckwith Thompson • Kaitlyn Walden
Jurors: Amanda Smith and Kevin Tully
The Texas Tech Office of International Affairs is honored to have Amanda Smith and
Kevin Tully as the jurors for the 21st Annual High and Dry photography competition.
Amanda and Kevin are the Directors of A Smith Gallery in Johnson City, Texas - https://asmithgallery.com/.
International Cultural Center Galleries
Texas Tech University plays a leading role in global conversations about arid and semi-arid lands through recognized programs such as the Climate Science Center, National Wind Institute, and the International Center for Arid and Semi-Arid Land Studies, which was the genesis for the High and Dry Photography Exhibit.
This program is made possible in part through a grant from the City of Lubbock,
as recommended by Civic Lubbock, Inc.
Sponsored in part by a grant from The CH Foundation.
Sponsors: TTU Office of International Affairs and TTU International Center for Arid
and Semi-Arid Land Studies
Questions: Contact Jan Stogner, Assistant Director for International Art and Culture email@example.com/806-834-2372