The August Very first Friday Art Path, a cost-free, self-guided public artwork tour, is scheduled for 6-9 p.m. Friday in downtown Lubbock.
The path functions a wide range of art facilities, museums, galleries and organizations with an ever-transforming array of reveals in all media.
This month’s galleries and reveals contain:
Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts, 511 Ave. K
• Christina DeVitt Exhibition Hall: Andy Villarreal is from San Antonio. “My track record as a North American, a Texan and a Hispanic male, sorts my aesthetics. Personalized ordeals and trips to the East and West coasts, the Southwest, Mexico and Yucatan and Europe, enrich the themes of my do the job.”
• Helen DeVitt Jones Studio Gallery: The Fall of Civilization: A Countrywide Juried Exhibition juried by Alicia Eggert. Almost all civilizations have endured the destiny of falling, no matter of measurement or complexity. Some revive and remodel, although some others under no circumstances get well.
• Martin McDonald Gallery: In “New Paths,” Kaylee Appleton blurs the line in between drawing, sculpture and images by means of exploration of technological know-how and materiality. This work explores the complex relationship of society and the land by exhibiting visual platitudes of idealized depictions of the land.
• John V. Lott Gallery: Kasey Ramirez from Fayetteville, Arkansas, “explores the stress involving steadiness and impermanence by putting architectural buildings in consuming environments” as a result of drawings and prints.
• LHUCA Plaza: Sparrow Dance Company (6 p.m.) Moonlight Musicals showcasing Moonlight Arts Academy with excerpts from “Honk JR” (6:45 p.m.) Karla & the Aspect Bitches (7:30 p.m.)
Charles Adams Gallery, 602 Ave. J
• Maisie Marie Alford, Tony Arnett, Victoria Bee, Shannon Cannings, Will Cannings, Christian Conrad, Hannah Dean, Ken Dixon, Carol Flueckiger, Glenn Garnett, B.C. Gilbert, Y Armitage Greene, Carol C. Howell, Lynwood Kreneck, Artie Limmer, Chad Plunket, Catherine Prose, Philip Taylor, Ashton Thornhill, Sara Waters, James Watkins and Jonathan Whitfill with function by early regional artists Peter Hurd, Henrietta Wyeth, John Miegs, Bess Hubbard and other folks.
Charles Adams Studio Undertaking (CASP) 1105 Fifth St.
• 5&J Gallery: “The Jane Collection” by Tricia Earl is a collection of electronic collage parts that offer a glimpse into the sliding scale of mass media’s depiction of women, via authentic-daily life encounters this sort of as social, political and cultural expectations of women of all ages.
• Helen DeVitt Jones Print Studio: Vicki Bee will be showcasing letterpress prints and Joe Clifford will be showcasing woodcut prints.
• CASP Phase: That includes tunes from Loop918 and Aura Gaze performing Self(improv), an improve established (6-9 p.m.)
CASP Dwell/Function Studios, 1010 Mac Davis Lane
• Studio 2: Alex Webster, collaborating with Neon Horizon Artwork, a West Texas freelance art agency, to attribute work from up-and-coming artists. Featuring Peyton Scott, Brianna Upton, Madeline Windham and Nathalia Orta. Instagram: @calexwebster
• Studio 3: Cassapora Leather, handmade leather-based goods, upcycled wearable artwork and laser engraved leather items by Cassandra Trautman.
• Studio 4: Aaliyah Limon, Yung Cry Infant
CASP Operate Studios, 408 Ave. J
• Studio A: Kristy Kristinek, portray and efficiency art.
• Studio B: David Bondt, Art on the Place: Healing through Belonging.
• Studio C: Showcasing “Launching Pontos” by Adam Mulsow, mixed media, installation. Instagram: @806collective
• Studio D: Texas Tech College of Art School Investigate Residency, Dirk Fowler
• Studio E: Flatlands Dance Theatre will be undertaking Flatland Dance Theatre Motion Sketches, collaborating with regional visual artists to develop dance-dependent sketches. Look at as artists sketch the FDT dancers in action and then join in the entertaining by understanding from artist Sarah Sabin and making your have sketch.
• Studio F: Emi Rhian Glass Studio: Murano Italian Glass and sterling silver jewelry which includes earrings, bracelets and necklaces. Murano Italian Glass and stainless metal barware and kitchenware.
• Studio G: Rachel Gililland, artist
• Studio H: Sean Scully, artist, jeweler and engineer 3D/2D artworks, sterling silver jewellery and interactive installations. seanwscully.wordpress.com
Additional galleries and stops on the FFAT:
• Bentley Arrow, 1702 Buddy Holly Ave.: Sip and store that includes art pieces. Abstract artwork by Kai, a Lubbock artist.
• Buddy Holly Middle, 1801 Crickets Ave.: Hosting “A Sense of Spot: Texas Landscape Art Quilts” by the Studio Art Quilt Association.
• Caviel Museum of African-American Historical past, 1719 Ave. A: Open mic night time from 6:30-9:30 p.m.
• Claraboya Scratch Kitchen area and Bar, 505 Ave. Q: Reside audio by Tom Environmentally friendly and artwork by Joey Martinez.
• East Lubbock Art Residence, 405 Martin Luther King Blvd., Ste. B: Poetry open mic evening from 6-9 p.m.
• Glassy Alley Artwork Studio and Gallery, 1940 Texas Ave.: Cat Boucher, mosaics Laura De Leon, celestial paintings Margret Dobbs, mosaics Bridget Garza, illustrations and wood burning Rick Kincheloe, ceramic photograph Pauline Mills, glass and acrylics Drew Morgan, woodworker Pat Smith, wire trees Sydnie White, handmade cleaning soap. Collaborating in Paul’s Job: make sure you provide a blanket, espresso, coffee filters, sugar, etcetera., to support inventory the recently developed shelters for the homeless.
• Grey Edges Studio and Artwork Gallery, 1614 Mac Davis Lane: Showcasing “The Query Movement” by Krys Applegate, acrylic on canvas, focuses on movement of brushstrokes and shade. Showcasing the works of Jessie Dodington. Get the job done studios of Kelly J. Reyna, Sophia Villalobos and Sahar Fattihi will be open up.
• Municipal Garden and Arts Middle, 4215 College Ave.: Showcasing Side X Facet by Seth and Nancy Neill steel, photography and blended media.
• Primitive, 905 Ave. K: Effectiveness by Texas State musician Tanner Lane are living songs, foodstuff truck and Two
Docs Beer Backyard garden.
• Raiders Axe Gallery and Leisure, 1408 Ave. F: Showcasing artist Taylor Pletcher’s operates of acrylics on paper and wooden panels, and thread on fabric. Stay musical performance and dwell comedy commencing at 7 p.m.
• Rooster’s Texas BBQ, 1602 Major St.: Dwell audio by the Texas Mavericks Band. Texas BBQ and drinks available for purchase. Photographic art exhibit by Barry Keith.
• Therese Barrett Great Artwork Pictures, 1812 Texas Ave.: Showcasing the operate of Sara Peso, blended media, with general performance by Russell Thompson. McPherson wine will be obtainable for purchase together with foodstuff from L&M meals truck.
• The Lobby by Sugar Brown’s, 1500 Broadway: Open 6-8 p.m. for FFAT.