CASP hosts numerous exhibitions, classes, workshops, demonstrations, and special events throughout the year. Below is a list of upcoming events and opportunities at CASP. We look forward to seeing you! Please email for more information on any of our programs.



First Friday Art Trail

carolFirst Friday Art Trail (FFAT) is organized by and the intellectual property of the Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts.   The First Friday Art Trail is a free, self-guided public art happening held predominately in the Lubbock Cultural District.  FFAT brings together collectors, artists, and community friends for an evening of art, music, and culture.  Featuring several venues, the event focuses on offering an array of art exhibitions in a variety of media.  Charles Adams Studio Project participates in this monthly art and community event by hosting rotating exhibitions, demonstrations, and more in each of our facilities.

Please join us for June’s First Friday Art Trail on 06.02.2017!  


CASP regularly hosts public classes and workshops in its state of the art Print Studio and Metals Studio & Foundry. Please check back for our 2017 spring and summer schedule!


CASP facilities and programming in large part depend on the commitment and creativity of staff, fellows, educators, interns, volunteers, and importantly, participating artists. CASP has a number of ways for you to get involved!


Volunteer! CASP is always in need volunteers for a variety of tasks including gallery maintenance, beautification projects, data collection, and more! If you are interested in helping CASP, please contact us at or (806) 788-1008.

Intern with us! CASP seeks interns desiring professional experience in social media, marketing, graphic design, event production, arts administration, and more! These internships are unpaid, but can be arranged for school credit, and are flexible according to applicants’ interests and availability. If you are interested in an internship at CASP, please contact us at and attach your resume/CV or call (806) 788-1008.

Exhibit Participate in the annual 5 & J Gallery Exhibition Series, or propose an exhibition or event for the Print Studio or Metals Studio.

Fellowship Opportunities 

Artist Residencies at CASP 

Teaching Opportunities 


High Plains Print+Music Festival

Charles Adams Studio Project is proud to present: High Plains Print+Music Festival, curated by Current CASP Helen DeVitt Jones Print Studio Fellow/Artist-In-Residence Alberto Careaga and former CASP Arts Administration Fellow Jordann Davis. Featuring the work of contemporary printmakers and musicians from across the state, the festival aims to showcase the diversity, innovation, and quality of printed and sonic works by Texas-based artists. For a full press release, please click here.

March 24 – 25, 2017
LHUCA Plaza, 511 Avenue K, Lubbock, TX 79401
6PM – 10PM
$10.00 for 1-day pass,  $15.00 for 2-day pass, 12 & under free
All ages
For more information and to purchase tickets visit