“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.
Presented by Victoria Marie Bee, SHRILL is an art exhibition featuring work by Katelyn McPherson, Katie Rivera, & Stephanie Berrie; a poetry reading by Jessica Smith, Kyle J. Bassett, Katrina Prow, Chen Chen, Curtis Bauer, & Chris Taylor; a fundraiser sponsored by J&B Coffee, La Sirena, Flippers Tavern, Continental Hairlines, Dirk Fowler, Jonathan Whitfill, Katie 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 Lubbock, Women'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!
(click here to download the map of pieces included in this exhibition, & if you're in the area definitely stop by + things will be changing for next First Friday Art Trail! XO.)
The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center For The Arts- LHUCA
511 Avenue K, Lubbock, TX 79401 Get directions
Sculptures and sound/video works by Nicolle LaMere, S. Harrison Brooks, Jon Whitfill, Ian F. Thomas, Sharon Massey, Ryder Richards, Eli Gold, Chad Plunket, Sean Hamilton, Leah Mackin, Maise Marie Alford, Victoria Marie Bee, Eli Blasko, Efren Marrufo, and Jesse Morgan Barnett.
This initiative is “an ongoing project by Eli Blasko that brings artists together on a national level to exhibit outdoor works made from both conventional and unconventional materials in an interim setting.”
The works run from through the Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts and Charles Adams Studio Project campuses; from Avenue L to Texas Avenue (east to west) and from 4th Street to Mac Davis Lane (north to south).