Admire the Arts in the LBK

Written By McKenna Dowdle

January 27, 2022

As a hub for the arts, visitors find creative ventures around every turn. Check out these galleries and local studios for a glimpse of Lubbock’s arts community.

CASP (Charles Adams Studio Project)

602 Ave. J 806.788.1008
This program fosters a creative community of artists by facilitating a live/work approach to the arts. Make sure to stop by the artist-in-residence studios during First Friday Art Trail to browse local art and meet the minds behind the craft.

Charles Adams Gallery

602 Ave. J  806.788.1008
Step into one of the most popular galleries in the Lubbock Cultural District and experience permanent and rotating art collections including work from famous artists such as Andy Warhol.

Broadway Contemporary Fine Art Gallery

1919 Broadway  806.407.5318
Journey through this distinctive contemporary studio which features local and national artists and over 100 original pieces of artwork. 

Grey Edges Studio & Art Gallery

1614 Mac Davis Lane  806.473.7475.
Admire the art of Kelly Reyna and others at this local studio which pays tribute to the owner’s Mexican heritage. This gallery highlights the work of under-represented and emerging artists and also provides space for workshops to support and bring awareness to families with autism.


1940 Texas Ave.  806.535.2457
View the work of talented artists from around the South Plains. They also offer helpful and enjoyable classes for a variety of skill sets. 

East Lubbock Art House (ELAH)

405 M.L.K Jr. Boulevard, Suite B  979.338.9238
Danielle East, founder of ELAH, along with other local artists of color are facilitating conversation and challenging patrons through thought-provoking pieces that bring to light the impact of today’s social climate on minority groups and people of color.

First Friday Art Trail

LHUCA (Louise Underwood Center for the Arts)

511 Ave. K 806. 762.8606
Made up of four ​​multi-discipline spaces, LHUCA is sure to inspire with exhibitions, art installations, classes, film screenings, dance, and many more ways to connect with the arts community. Browse permanent and rotating exhibits throughout the campus for an inside look into the arts of the “Hub City” and beyond. 

Lubbock’s Fine Arts Gallery

1801 Crickets Ave. Inside the Buddy Holly Center  806.795.0481
In this 2,500 square-foot gallery, see rotating exhibits featuring contemporary art and local professionals. 

For more about the arts in Lubbock, click here.


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