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.