The Work Studios are sponsored by The CH Foundation.
CASP is excited to announce the construction of four new Work Studios adjacent to our existing four Work Studios! These studios are possible due to generous gifts from The CH Foundation, the Helen Jones Foundation, the Welborn-Payne Endowment, Western Bank, American National Bank, and members of the Lubbock community. These 738 sq. ft. climate-controlled spaces are available for artists and arts organizations to rent for the purpose of creating and sharing work. The Work Studios can be rented with a 12-month lease at the rate of $400.00 per month, plus utilities. CASP requests its Work Studio residents commit to Open Studio hours on a weekly basis and during First Friday Art Trail events. We are thrilled to expand our creative community here at CASP!
Current CASP Work Studio Artists-In-Residence:
Studio a: Pamela Tidwell Cooper, Metal Fabrication and Sculpture; Jimmy Peterson, Metal Fabrication and Sculpture; Seth Neill, Sculpture
Studio b: Ghi Fremaux – Pennsylvania State University Master’s of Fine Arts, Painting
Studio c: Kristy Kristinek – Texas Tech University Master’s of Fine Arts, Painting and Performance
Studio d: Texas Tech School of Art Faculty Research Residency – Dirk Fowler, BFA, Associate Professor in Graphic Design at Texas Tech University
Welcome to the newest CASP Work Studio Artists-In-Residence!
Studio e: Rachel Anderson, Texas Tech University Apparel Design and Manufacturing, Assistant Professor and Valerie Hlavaty, Instructor in Retailing and Hospitality Management at Texas Tech University and owner of Homestead Cotton Company of Lubbock
Studio f: Ashley Saed, photographer and owner of Living Tree Designs Photo
Studio g: Joey Martinez, prolific local muralist
Studio h: Carolina Arellanos, painter and photographer and Senior Specialist of Exhibits at the Texas Tech Museum, Carolina Arellanos; Sean Scully, metalsmith and Senior Library Associate at the Library Makerspace for Texas Tech University; and Scotty Hensler, sculptor, painter and Assistant Director for Landmark Arts, Exhibition and Speaker Programs at Texas Tech University
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