excited to be a new vendor here! will be selling some fresh letterpress prints, come see me & lots of other local talent!
“Come out to our first market of 2019 season! Our Market will have all the same artisan, handmade, homegrown, locally made items you have come to expect with a few new vendors to meet!
April 27th, 10am-2pm, it's a family, foodie, and pet friendly environment in southwest Lubbock! This unique market has an array of LOCAL craft food vendors, wines, farmers, artists, bakers, makers and much more! FREE to the public!”
Presented by Charles Adams Studio Project, CASPFEST is an inaugural two-night festival of art, film, & music, which aims to showcase exceptional contemporary arts. The national art exhibition is juried by Christina Rees, the films curated by Paul Allen Hunton & Jonathan Seaborn, & the music will feature bands from across the state of Texas. This is the first annual event of its kind, & will take place April 26th through April 27th, at the 5&J Gallery in Lubbock, Texas.
CASP Special Projects Coordinator: Victoria Marie Bee email@example.com
while enjoying all of the art & music & food trucks at First Friday Art Trail, be sure to stop by the print studio to see (& buy at a discount before they go online!) brand-new letterpress prints by yours truly! (1106 5th Street, part of CASP’s big 5&J building)
some sneak-peeks of new prints in progress!
PRINT SATURDAY: MAKE A HEART
Saturday, February 9th, come&go 1pm-5pm
CASP’s Helen DeVitt Jones Print Studio
1106 5th Street, Lubbock, TX
$5 for 3 cards; $5 to print on your own t-shirt
(+ $5 if you print on one of our tees or totes!)
Can’t make up your mind? Make a heart for your valentine! Show us your heart on a card, t-shirt, or tote! Fun for all ages, kids to adults, couples or not, will find something awesome to print!
Come listen to music by KTXT 88.1, with DJs Misery Chick & Stevie Kicks; see some live printing by Victoria Marie Bee; pick up some fresh letterpress prints; &, more!
First Friday Art Trail: February 1st 6pm-9pm
CASP’s Helen DeVitt Jones Print Studio
1106 5th Street, Lubbock, Texas 79401
* Sights & Sounds is made possible in part through a grant from the City of Lubbock, as recommended by Civic Lubbock, Inc. *
donated time as the event photographer & also artwork
Join us on Saturday, January 12, 2019 for the 11th Anniversary Medici Circle 5x7 Art Scholarship Fundraiser - Where the Wild Beasts Art! at the McKenzie-Merket Alumni Center on the Texas Tech campus.
Known as one of the most raucous parties of the year, this costume (optional) event brings festive art lovers together annually for food, wine, fun and art to support School of Art scholarships.
Each year an art movement or style from the past informs the evening's theme including the décor, the meal, and most especially as the guest costume theme (which is entirely optional).
This year's theme celebrates the wildly fun and colorful art of Fauvism made famous by French artist practitioners – Henri Matisse, Georges Rouault, André Derain and others. They were called "wild beasts" for their vibrant use of color and expressive form. The Fauve's vibrant color has been combined with the wonderfully playful creatures from Maurice Sendak's, Where the Wild Things Are to create this year's theme.
HOLIDAY PRINT WORKSHOPS!
Send a homemade card this holiday season, using letterpress & screenprinting & more! Print 3 holiday cards for just $6!
Print your own holiday wrapping paper for this winter season!
Get one 3ft by 6ft sheet for only $10!
Fun for all ages, no previous experience required. Both activities will be available both days! Come & go during the times listed, but since this is one of our most popular events, please expect each activity to take at least 30 minutes.
Saturday, December 1 & Sunday, December 2; each day 1pm-5pm
[led by Victoria Marie Bee, Chris Marin, & Eric Simpson]
Very excited to volunteer as a photographer with The AIGA West Texas Future Chapter for Design to participate in Help-Portrait Lubbock this Saturday!
Event Timing: Saturday, December 1, 2018
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Event Address: LHUCA Warehouse, 602 Texas Ave., Lubbock, TX 79401
The goal of Help-Portrait is to find people in need, take their picture, print their picture and then deliver it—free of charge. Help-Portrait is about GIVING the pictures, not taking them. These portraits aren’t for a portfolio, website, or sale. It’s about giving people who otherwise couldn’t afford photography, a chance to capture a moment, a memory…and a whole lot more.
intro to screenprinting class
Class times: Wednesday, November 14th, 6PM-8PM (& Saturday, November 17th, 10AM-12Noon) instruction & demonstrations; then after this class students will sign up for times to print their creations during one-hour time slots between 10am-6pm on Saturday the 17th (&, Wednesday evening the 21st)!
Location: Helen DeVitt Jones: Print Studio (1106 5th St.)
Class Description: Make a one-of-a-kind t-shirt & learn basics of screenprinting! Students will learn how to create (hand-drawn & computer-generated) designs; how to transfer image into a screen; mixing inks; & more! After completion of the course, students will have a unique one-color t-shirt they designed & printed. This is a limited course, so register today to reserve your spot!
No previous experience required.
(students supply their own t-shirts)
Instructors: Vicki Bee & Adam Mulsow
so excited to have been one of the first artists invited to participate in this year’s Flippers Fall Fest! sharing a table with the amazing Adam Mulsow, & slinging fresh letterpress ink (lots of live music & more happening, don’t miss out!) for more info, visit their FB event page!
Dog adoption event from 5-7pm with Saving Grace Pit Bull Rescue.
MUSIC. FUN. ART. FOOD.
FAMILY AND PET FRIENDLY
$10 or TWO $5 gift cards that will be donated to Lubbock Teachers.
Trick-Or-Treat! Screen-O-Ween! At CASP's Print Studio (1106 5th Street), come & go between 1-5pm, Saturday October 27th!
Come print your own pillowcase (or use one of ours!) for a unique candy collecting bag to use on the 31st and then for naptime fun!
Only $5 if you bring your own pillowcase (or t-shirt) or $10 to print on a CASP pillowcase or t-shirt.
Fun for all ages; no previous experience required!
(taught by Victoria Marie Bee & Eric Simpson)
CELEBRATE PRINTS-GIVING WITH US THIS FALL! Finish the statement “I am thankful for_______” using wood type & imagery, to letterpress print your own unique poster!
WHERE: Helen-Devitt Jones Print Studio at 5&6 (1106 5th Street)
WHEN: 10/20 1-5 PM
INSTRUCTORS: Victoria Marie Bee & Chris Marin
PRICE: $5/print. Make as many as you'd like to display your thankfulness, or give to a friend you’re thankful for!
Fun for all ages; no previous experience required!
invited by Carlos Hernandez of Burning Bones Press in Houston, to exhibit & sell letterpress amazingness, alongside printmakers from across the universe
WHAT: This InkSlinger Printmaking event in its first year at Lubbock, TX, organized by Carlos Hernandez of Burning Bones Press. Printmakers from across the universe are showing and selling prints.
WHEN: 6:00-10:00 PM October 5
WHERE: 5 & J Gallery
HOW: This is a free event for the public.
• Sights & Sounds is made possible in part through a grant from the City of Lubbock, as recommended by Civic Lubbock, Inc. •
V.M.BEE's Studio 4 presents artworks by Kelly J Reyna; live music by Blake Skipper & Will Felty; &, vinyls by Flatland Records
First Friday Art Trail, October 5th, 6-9PM
1010 Mac Davis Lane, Studio 4, 79401
“To describe my work would be to say that it is both a search and a self-healing effort. Moreover, it is the navigation of the mother and child relationship existing under the umbrella of autism spectrum disorder, a disorder that entails curious characteristics. These include communication barriers, social deficits, obsessively repetitive actions, steadfast meltdowns, periods of erratic sleep and wandering scares. Inevitably these result in relentless tests to the human spirit that begin to materialize as personal narrative within large paintings, embroidery works and small-scale paintings.”
Kelly Reyna was born and raised in Lubbock, Texas. She holds an BFA in Studio Art/Painting from Texas Tech University, that she received in 2011. In 2015, Reyna attended two residencies through Plymouth University - Transart Institute, in Berlin and in New York. She is currently in the second year of the Masters of Fine Arts program at Texas Tech University.
invited by LHUCA to attend & put together a table of CASP artists (including Chris Marin, Rachel Anderson, & others), full-decorated table that won an award
What is Dîner en Blanc?
A pop-up dinner that began in Paris 30 years ago... it is also a fun way to support LHUCA!
How does it work?
1. Buy a space on LHUCA's Plaza (see space sizes below).
2. Bring your own dinner, beverages (yes, BYOB!), table decorations, table and chairs.
3. Wear white!
4. LHUCA will have surprise entertainment during the dinner with live music to follow.
5. A cash bar will be available should you run out.
6. There will be an award for Best Table Décor, so get creative!
fresh letterpress prints by Victoria Marie Bee
live music all-night by Drew Cypert – One Man Band @1.man.band (instagram)
poetry & non-fiction readings - 8:30pm to 9:00pm; by Curtis Bauer, Catherine Ragsdale, Beth McKinney, Matthew Porto, Valerie Wayson, & Jess Smith
The BORDERLESS event seeks to support RAICES Texas & similar organizations that provide legal advocacy & representation in an immigration system that breaks apart families & leaves millions without pathways to legal status.
excited to have been invited to participate in this exhibition, curated by Jon Whitfill! featuring my three “patent pending” artworks made in collaboration with writer Katrina Prow
“This is the 4th edition of Patent Pending, an invitational group exhibition, imagined and organized by accomplished artist Jon Whitfill. The show includes over 50 artists from all across the U.S. along with a few international guests. Each artist was given an original book of U.S. Patents (from 1961-1965) that documented inventions and creative minds during this innovative time. The artists were then asked to make an original piece of art inspired by their particular volume. Most of the artists will be at the opening.”
Maisie Marie Alford (Lubbock, TX)
Shreepred Joglekar (Manhattan, KS)
Hills Snyder (San Antonio, TX)
Lloyd W. Patterson Jr. (Chicago, IL)
Valerie Chaussonnet (Austin, TX)
Bc Gilbert (Wichita Falls, TX)
Byron Rich (Meadville, PA)
Suguru Hiraide (Wichita Falls, TX)
Ven Voisey (Oakland, CA)
J. Eric Simpson (Lubbock, TX)
Alvaro Perez (Laredo, TX)
Jon Whitfill (Lubbock, TX)
Ian F Thomas (Slippery Rock, PA)
Chad Plunket (Lubbock, TX)
Victoria Marie Bee (New Orleans, LA)
Katrina Prow(Long Beach, CA)
James W Johnson (Lubbock, TX)
Jeff Wheeler (Fallon, NV)
Matthew Dean Williams (Amarillo, TX)
Annie Gedicks (Germany)
William Cannings (Lubbock, TX)
Shannon Hartman Cannings(Lubbock, TX)
Brandy Gonzales (Lubbock, TX)
John Poch (Lubbock, TX)
Randolph Carter (Lubbock, TX)
Valerie Komkov Hill (Lubbock,TX)
Diane Worth Doty (Plainview, TX)
Ryan Collins (New Bedford, Ma)
Catherine Prose (Wichita Falls, TX)
Chase Yarbrough (Dallas, TX)
Irby Pace (Montgomery, AL)
Jacqueline Hunt (Emlenton PA)
Wesley Harvey ( East Point, GA)
Michael Mazurekk (Lubbock, TX)
Andrew W. Martin (Lubbock, TX)
Roger Holmes (Lubbock, TX)
Dirk Fowler(Lubbock, TX)
Janet Decker Yanez (Lubbock, TX)
Kurt Dyrhaug (Lubbock, TX)
Jesse Baggett (Wichita Falls TX)
Madeline Alison (Houston, TX)
Abed Monawar (Lubbock, TX)
Ryder Richards (Lubbock, TX)
Sam Ayers (Lubbock, TX)
Joe Barrington (Throckmorton, TX)
Jordan Vinyard (Chickasha, OK)
Opening: July 14, 2018 | 6–11 pm
featuring artwork by Victoria Marie Bee
Above the Empire jamming live music
Flatland Records slinging vinyl records from their mobile store
Dream with Saba information/donation table
Prash Design selling self care items
& Primitive Social capturing the action & hanging out!
BE THERE OR BE SQUARE.
photographer of the event, letterpress printed various informational materials, & organized all the volunteer waitstaff (which included local creatives & friends), for the first big fundraising event for Charles Adams Studio Project, to match the funds needed for building new Work Studios
Growth of a Foreign Entity is a collaboration between Kyla Culbertson and Nate Collins. Kyla creates alien-like ceramic objects, and places them in real and fake environments. Nathan then photographs them, and digitally manipulates the forms through content aware. They place the ceramics and photographs together in order to construct a new reality for the foreign entities, continuing the growth and production of them. Their collaboration is an exploration in creating a fun and experimental space to navigate.
&, STUDIO 4 = AMAZINGNESS FFAT!! ✨✨✨ here’s a detail of one of the brilliant collaborative artworks by Kyla Culbertson & Nate Collins, from FFAT AT STUDIO 4: Growth of a Foreign Entity on exhibit! the Jacob Nalle Music jazz ensemble moved people all-night & was so lovely, Adam Nicholas Mulsow SOLD OUT of his West Texas tees & tanks, Flatland Records rocked it selling vinyl & talking music & more, Texas Tech University School of Art print club ran an awesome table of fresh ink, & all-around good vibes & love from so many! THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU 💙
“Looking through the Glass: A Living Photograph,” Adrian Whipp (Lumiere Tintype Photography; Austin, Texas) and Victoria Marie Bee (CASP Artist-in-residence) transform 5&J Gallery into a camera obscura, an interactive optical experience for all.
lead by the amazing Paul Allen Hunton, private screening hosted at Studio 4
“Fun fact: Director Louis Malle was only 24 when he made this film.
Fun fact 2: We'll do French things like eat cheese and drink wine.
Fun fact 3: One of Malle's friends suggested he go talk to Miles Davis who was in town for a performance about scoring the film. After a brief conversation and story overview Miles and his musicians IMPROVISED the whole score as they watched the film.
Fun fact 4: Jeanne Moreau was an incredible French actor and absolutely beautiful(her beauty is irrelevant to her skills or person however pertinent for this anecdote). Louis Malle insisted on filming her without makeup and because of that the film processing house REFUSED to make a print of the movie, out of fear of showing her without makeup! Louis Malle talked them into it and his decision was correct, she bares her soul magnificently in a raw and powerful performance. Can't wait to share this movie with you all!!!”