First Friday Art Trail
First 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 January First Friday Art Trail on 01.04.2019!
New Year’s Day “Good Luck Lunch” Fundraiser
Please join us for CASP’s New Year’s Day “Good Luck Lunch” Fundraiser!
In our efforts to better, serve, develop and sustain a working artists’ community, we’ve made our New Year’s Day Soiree a fundraising event with the same good food and drinks provided!
Featuring: ham, collard greens, black eyed peas, and open bar!
Where: The 5&J Gallery (1106 5th Street) on January 1st from 1-4pm!
Donation: $50 a head (kids 12 and under free)
Click the picture to the left to purchase your ticket.
CASP is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization; your donations are tax deductible.
2019 5&J Gallery Exhibitions
JANUARY 4th: Stuff I Made Today – Featuring artwork made within the last 24 hours. Theme: Luxury. Curated by Hannah Dean.
FEBRUARY 1st: Tuesday Night Life Drawing – Group exhibition of figure drawings. Various local artists.
MARCH 1st: Traverse – Featuring acrylic on canvas. Jessie Doddington.
APRIL 5th: Interconnected Forms – Featuring 2D and installation based artworks. Jeramiah Macha.
MAY 3rd: Let Me Imagine Your Bodily Dysfunction – Featuring printmaking, painting, drawing, and mixed-media installations. Stephanie Berrie.
JUNE 7th: Today I Woke Up; It Was Tomorrow – Featuring oil on panel. Jason Bly.
JULY 5th: The Blacksmith Show – Featuring artworks by various blacksmiths. Curated by Noah Wakefield.
AUGUST 2nd: Photography – Featuring black and white photographs. Melinda Harvey Green.
SEPTEMBER 6th: Ossuary – Featuring artworks utilizing or inspired by bones (over 300 artists). Curated by Laurie Beth Clark and Cate Richards.
OCTOBER 4th: UFOs Over Lubbock Return – Featuring prints from across the universe. Organized by Carlos Hernandez of Burning Bones Press.
NOVEMBER 1st: A Dia de los Muertos themed exhibition – Featuring Dia de los Muertos themed works. Various artists.
DECEMBER 6th: Wired Differently – Featuring mixed media, embroidery and paintings. Kelly Reyna.
UFOs Over Lubbock
Join us for the first ever InkSlinger Printmaking event in Lubbock, TX! Organized by Carlos Hernandez of Burning Bones Press. Printmakers from across the universe will show and sell prints.
WHEN: 6:00-10:00 PM October 5th
WHERE: 5&J Gallery
HOW: This is a free event for the public.
This event is made possible in part through a grant from the City of Lubbock, as recommended by Civic Lubbock, Inc.
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. Special thanks to Texas Commission on the Arts for sponsoring High Plains Print+Music Festival.