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[invited artist] UFOS OVER LUBBOCK: InkSlinger Printmaking Showcase
Oct
5
6:00 PM18:00

[invited artist] UFOS OVER LUBBOCK: InkSlinger Printmaking Showcase

invited by Carlos Hernandez of Burning Bones Press in Houston, to exhibit & sell letterpress amazingness, alongside printmakers from across the universe


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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. •

http://www.carloshernandezprints.com

http://www.burningbonespress.com

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May First Friday Art Trail - Studio 4
May
4
6:00 PM18:00

May First Friday Art Trail - Studio 4

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 💙

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Suspension of Disbelief - Amy Kim at Studio 4
Dec
1
6:00 PM18:00

Suspension of Disbelief - Amy Kim at Studio 4

First Friday Art Trail, December! I’m so excited to be showing Amy Kim‘s photography & video artwork at Studio 4! Amy Kim is an MFA graduate student in Photography at Texas Tech University School of Art, & exhibits internationally & nationally (&, she’s just an amazing artist & friend!) #bethereorbesquare, 6-9pm December 1

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High Plains Print + Music Festival
Mar
24
to Mar 25

High Plains Print + Music Festival

Audio//Visual from across Texas and beyond. 

https://highplainsfest.org/

 

Design by Adam Nicholas Muslow, silkscreen printed.

// MUSIC 6PM - 10PM

FRIDAY MARCH 24

Everything Is Sad (Lubbock, TX)
Junkie (San Antonio, TX)
Baby Bangs (San Antonio, TX)
Dry Heeves (Lubbock, TX)

SATURDAY MARCH 25

Daniel Markham (Denton, TX)
Claire Morales (Denton, TX)
Camel Teeth (Lubbock, TX)
Rosewood Thievz (Houston, TX)
Hidden Indians (Lubbock, TX)

// PRINT

High Plains Print+Music Festival is honored to collaborate with Charles Adams Studio Project, Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts, and the Texas Tech University School of Art to bring you innovative works from printmakers across Texas and the U.S.

Print Waves
curated by High Plains Print + Music Festival
Graffiti Building @ LHUCA, 511 Avenue K, Lubbock, TX

Print-Curious
curated by Liv Johnson
SOA Satellite Gallery at CASP, 1106 5th Street, Lubbock, TX

Across Texas Exhibition
curated by Sang Mi Yoo
John F. Lott Gallery at LHUCA, 511 Avenue K, Lubbock, TX

Letter and Form Exhibition
New Typographic letterpress experiments by Dirk Fowler
CASP Studio D, 5th Street and Avenue J, Lubbock, TX

Steamroller Printing Workshop
Saturday, March 25th, 9am – 12pm
CASP 5&J Gallery Front Yard, 1106 5th Street, Lubbock, TX

Beyond Printmaking 5 Exhibition
juried and curated by Patricia Villalobos Echeverría
Opening Reception: Saturday, March 25, 5:00PM
Landmark Gallery, TTU School of Art, 3010 18th St, Lubbock, TX

High Plains Print+Music Festival is sponsored in part through generous support from the Texas Commission on the Arts, Flippers Tavern and Backstage Lubbock Depot District.

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presenting SHRILL at studio 4
Feb
3
6:00 PM18:00

presenting SHRILL at studio 4

SHRILL

Presented by Victoria Marie BeeSHRILL is an art exhibition featuring work by Katelyn McPhersonKatie Rivera, & Stephanie Berrie; a poetry reading by Jessica SmithKyle J. BassettKatrina ProwChen ChenCurtis Bauer, & Chris Taylor; a fundraiser sponsored by J&B CoffeeLa SirenaFlippers TavernContinental HairlinesDirk FowlerJonathan WhitfillKatie Rivera Photography, & V.M.BEE; &, will include the sale of shirts, prints, buttons, & copies of the book I want a president: Transcript of a Rally. All proceeds from this project will go to support both local & national organizations defending women & the rights of all, donated equally among Voice of Hope's Rape Crisis Center of LubbockWomen's Protective Services of Lubbock, & Planned Parenthood.

SHRILL celebrates solidarity among those who identify as women & anyone in our community who supports basic human rights. These works respond to threats toward individual rights & seek to make our voices heard, through love and respect for all. 



cheers & xo!

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5x7 Art Scholarship Fundraiser
Jan
21
8:00 PM20:00

5x7 Art Scholarship Fundraiser

three artworks donated! attending as part of CASP, thankful for the invitation from Charles Adams!


The Medici Circle is a Lubbock community volunteer group supporting School of Art through friends-raising and fund-raising for art scholarships. Since 2005, when the group first formed, the Medici Circle has successfully created or augmented nearly $400,000 in art scholarship endowments through membership dues and annual fundraisers.

Medici Circle’s primary annual fundraiser is the much enjoyed 5x7 Art Scholarship Fundraiser. This event provides a delightful mix of art, food, drink, and wild fun during the “art grab.” This year's Coolsville-Rocking the 50s themed party will be held on january 21 2017 at the Lubbock Country Club- save the date. More details coming soon.

This year revenues from Medici Circle endowments provided scholarships to ten graduate and undergraduate scholars in the different areas of study at the School of Art. Because the Medici Circle continues to help create new endowments each year, the numbers and amounts of scholarships have steadily increased since 2008 when the first Medici Circle scholarship made. Medici Circle Endowments include:

Medici Circle Endowments include:

  • Bill Lockhart Art Scholarship Endowment (2007)
  • Ken Little - Medici Circle Studio Art Scholarship Endowment (2007)
  • Mrs. Linda S. & Dr. John M. Filippone, Jr. - Medici Circle Studio Art Scholarship Endowment (2009)
  • Terry Morrow - Medici Circle Art Scholarship Endowment (2010)
  • Rex & Bonnie Aycock - Medici Circle Master’s in Art History Scholarship Endowment (2011)
  • E. Grey Lewis, Jr. Memorial - Medici Circle Art Scholarship Endowment (2011)
  • Real & Muff Musgrave – Medici Circle Art Scholarship Endowment (2012)
  • Donna Howell-Sickles & John Sickles – Medici Circle Art Scholarship Endowment (2014)
  • Deborah Milosevich – Medici Circle Scholarship Endowment (2015)
  • Medici Circle Ceramic Arts Scholarship Endowment (2015)
  • The Paul D. Hanna Memorial – Medici Circle Endowed Scholarship for the Fine Arts
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letterpress workshop (march on)
Jan
21
11:00 AM11:00

letterpress workshop (march on)

so extremely grateful & full of love for tons of people that came out & printed with us on this lovely day! let's keep this positive energy going, because LOVE always overcomes, but only if we stick together.


all posters (hundreds of them) were printed for FREE (#freedomOfThePress), & t-shirts & tote bags were printed for only $15 each, ALL money raised is going to Women's Protective Services and Voice of Hope Lubbock Rape Crisis Center.

if you missed getting inky, or are not located in lubbock, stay tuned for goods to be sold (all proceeds donated) online thru a collective a friend in Austin is putting together!

(images taken by those in attendance, all rights reserved! if you have more, please send them my way, & I'll post them! xo!)


Schedule:

11:30am - Gallery Talk with artists
12:15pm - Stand for Equality Ceremony and Speak Out
12:35pm - Tshirt printing begins

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New Year's Day "Good Luck Lunch" Fundraiser
Jan
1
1:00 PM13:00

New Year's Day "Good Luck Lunch" Fundraiser

"Join us on New Year's Day for our annual soirée tuned fundraiser! CASP will be providing food as well as an open bar. Cost of the event is $50.00 per person and children 12 and under are welcome to come for free. Bring in the New Year with CASP! Please call 806.788.1008 for tickets, or mail checks to 602 Ave. J, lubbock TX 79401"

&, the artists-in-residence at CASP will have work on display & be here!

come ring in the new year with us!

❤️

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print sale at first friday art trail.
Dec
2
6:00 PM18:00

print sale at first friday art trail.

  • CASP - Helen DeVitt Jones Print Studio (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

buy a print, ink is the best holiday gift ever!

feat. letterpress prints by the Letterpress Studio (TTU English Department), Q Ave Press, f2 Design, Victoria Marie Bee & collaborators, & more. &, printmaking by the TTU Print Club, TTU AGA, TTU Photo Club, & individual artists from the community!

&, ‪#‎spreadLOVE‬

❤️

 blues (selfie photo by Victoria Marie Bee, 2016)

blues (selfie photo by Victoria Marie Bee, 2016)

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CLOSED! [Workshop] Visiting Artists: Hancock & Hernandez
Oct
8
1:00 PM13:00

CLOSED! [Workshop] Visiting Artists: Hancock & Hernandez

REGRISTRATION IS CLOSED!


Saturday, October 8th‪ from 1pm - 5pm
Helen DeVitt Jones Print Studio & 5&J Gallery, CASP
Free Public Workshop with Carlos Hernandez & John Hancock

Charles Adams Studio Project - CASP and Texas Tech University School of Art have joined together to bring two proflific printmaking artists to Lubbock for the weekend of October 6-8, 2016. 
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John Hancock Bio:

"My name is John S. Hancock, I was born in Waxahachie, TX in the last century. I try to make funny pictures about sad things which satisfies my need to create. I am a professor of fine arts at an undisclosed small university in Central Texas. My solo work has been exhibited nationally and internationally along with my brother and Uncle Chuck. I am also one half of the AMAZING HANCOCK BROTHERS, we have put on exhibitions featuring prints, poetry, gun play, thoughtful mayhem, and minstrel buffoonery. We are the enfant terrible of hybrid printmaking." 

Carlos Hernandez Bio:

"My name is Carlos Hernandez - I grew up in Lubbock. I saw KISS at the Lubbock Coliseum when I was 13. I do A LOT of graphic design and illustration. And I make A LOT of prints. I own a printmaking studio in Houston -BURNING BONES PRESS. Also, I make a very good dirty martini (or so i have been told). 

My work has been exhibited across the USA and around the world. My artwork has also been published in CA Magazine, HOW, Carrier Pigeon NY, and others. I’ve created posters for many bands including Santana, Kings of Leon, The Kills, and even Weird Al Yankovic. I have made corporate grapic work for: Miller Brewing Company, Google, Lincoln Motor Company, Live Nation, New West Records, C3 Presents, Hohner USA, Goode Company, Underbelly, the Houston Chronicle, Saint Arnold Brewing Company, and more. One of my career highlights has been to work with my childhood idol and hot rod legend, Ed “Big Daddy” Roth. 

I'm a graduate of the Texas Tech Design Communication Program."

www.carloshernandezprints.com
www.burningbonespress.com

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Hosted by:

Texas Tech University School of Art
Supported, in part, by Landmark Arts in the TTU School of Art. Exhibits and lecture programs are supported with a generous grant from the Helen Jones Foundation.
Additional support comes from Cultural Activities Fees administered through the College of Visual & Performing Arts.

Charles Adams Studio Project - CASP
This program is made possible in part through a grant from the City of Lubbock, as recommended by Civic Lubbock, Inc.

Victoria Marie BeeDirk FowlerChad PlunketFuture Akins

(please contact Victoria Marie Bee for more information)
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[FFAT] Visiting Artists: Hancock & Hernandez
Oct
7
6:00 PM18:00

[FFAT] Visiting Artists: Hancock & Hernandez

  • Helen DeVitt Jones Print Studio (CASP) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Charles Adams Studio Project - CASP and Texas Tech University School of Art have joined together to bring two prolific printmaking artists John Hancock and Carlos Hernandez to Lubbock for the weekend of October 6-8, 2016. Hancock and Hernandez have plans for an exhibition, live deomonstration, selling of prints, and more at First Friday Art Trail on October 7 in the Helen DeVitt Jones Print Studio.

You don't want to miss this! Please join us and meet these high energy artists.

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John Hancock Bio:

"My name is John S. Hancock, I was born in Waxahachie, TX in the last century. I try to make funny pictures about sad things which satisfies my need to create. I am a professor of fine arts at an undisclosed small university in Central Texas. My solo work has been exhibited nationally and internationally along with my brother and Uncle Chuck. I am also one half of the AMAZING HANCOCK BROTHERS, we have put on exhibitions featuring prints, poetry, gun play, thoughtful mayhem, and minstrel buffoonery. We are the enfant terrible of hybrid printmaking." 

Carlos Hernandez Bio:

"My name is Carlos Hernandez - I grew up in Lubbock. I saw KISS at the Lubbock Coliseum when I was 13. I do A LOT of graphic design and illustration. And I make A LOT of prints. I own a printmaking studio in Houston -BURNING BONES PRESS. Also, I make a very good dirty martini (or so i have been told). 

My work has been exhibited across the USA and around the world. My artwork has also been published in CA Magazine, HOW, Carrier Pigeon NY, and others. I’ve created posters for many bands including Santana, Kings of Leon, The Kills, and even Weird Al Yankovic. I have made corporate grapic work for: Miller Brewing Company, Google, Lincoln Motor Company, Live Nation, New West Records, C3 Presents, Hohner USA, Goode Company, Underbelly, the Houston Chronicle, Saint Arnold Brewing Company, and more. One of my career highlights has been to work with my childhood idol and hot rod legend, Ed “Big Daddy” Roth. 

I'm a graduate of the Texas Tech Design Communication Program."

www.carloshernandezprints.com
www.burningbonespress.com

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Hosted by:

Texas Tech University School of Art
Supported, in part, by Landmark Arts in the TTU School of Art. Exhibits and lecture programs are supported with a generous grant from the Helen Jones Foundation.
Additional support comes from Cultural Activities Fees administered through the College of Visual & Performing Arts.

Charles Adams Studio Project - CASP
This program is made possible in part through a grant from the City of Lubbock, as recommended by Civic Lubbock, Inc.

Victoria Marie BeeDirk FowlerChad PlunketFuture Akins

(please contact Victoria Marie Bee for more information)
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Live music will also take place at October's First Friday Art Trail.

Please enjoy the final musical performance in our summer monthly music series.  Gypsy Jayne and Jerry Serrano will be collaborating together from 8:00pm - 10:00pm in the 5&J Courtyard!

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[Artists' Talk] Visiting Artists: Hancock & Hernandez
Oct
6
7:00 PM19:00

[Artists' Talk] Visiting Artists: Hancock & Hernandez

  • Texas Tech University - School of Art (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Thursday, October 6th‪ from‬ 7:00PM - 8:00PM
Texas Tech University School of Art, Lecture Hall B-01
Artist Talk with Carlos Hernandez & John Hancock

Charles Adams Studio Project - CASP and Texas Tech University School of Art have joined together to bring two proflific printmaking artists to Lubbock for the weekend of October 6-8, 2016. In conjunction with a live deomonstration at First Friday Art Trail (October 7 in the Helen DeVitt Jones Print Studio) and public workshop (October 8), Hancock and Hernandez plan to deliver a lecture on their work. Please join us for this artist talk that is free and open to the public in the SoA building! Visitor parking is available on the 4th floor of the Flint Parking Garage.
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John Hancock Bio:

"My name is John S. Hancock, I was born in Waxahachie, TX in the last century. I try to make funny pictures about sad things which satisfies my need to create. I am a professor of fine arts at an undisclosed small university in Central Texas. My solo work has been exhibited nationally and internationally along with my brother and Uncle Chuck. I am also one half of the AMAZING HANCOCK BROTHERS, we have put on exhibitions featuring prints, poetry, gun play, thoughtful mayhem, and minstrel buffoonery. We are the enfant terrible of hybrid printmaking." 

Carlos Hernandez Bio:

"My name is Carlos Hernandez - I grew up in Lubbock. I saw KISS at the Lubbock Coliseum when I was 13. I do A LOT of graphic design and illustration. And I make A LOT of prints. I own a printmaking studio in Houston -BURNING BONES PRESS. Also, I make a very good dirty martini (or so i have been told). 

My work has been exhibited across the USA and around the world. My artwork has also been published in CA Magazine, HOW, Carrier Pigeon NY, and others. I’ve created posters for many bands including Santana, Kings of Leon, The Kills, and even Weird Al Yankovic. I have made corporate grapic work for: Miller Brewing Company, Google, Lincoln Motor Company, Live Nation, New West Records, C3 Presents, Hohner USA, Goode Company, Underbelly, the Houston Chronicle, Saint Arnold Brewing Company, and more. One of my career highlights has been to work with my childhood idol and hot rod legend, Ed “Big Daddy” Roth. 

I'm a graduate of the Texas Tech Design Communication Program."

www.carloshernandezprints.com
www.burningbonespress.com

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Hosted by:

Texas Tech University School of Art
Supported, in part, by Landmark Arts in the TTU School of Art. Exhibits and lecture programs are supported with a generous grant from the Helen Jones Foundation.
Additional support comes from Cultural Activities Fees administered through the College of Visual & Performing Arts.

Charles Adams Studio Project - CASP
This program is made possible in part through a grant from the City of Lubbock, as recommended by Civic Lubbock, Inc.

Victoria Marie BeeDirk FowlerChad PlunketFuture Akins

(please contact Victoria Marie Bee for more information)
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