Tag: Art

Live Love Lubbock with Terri Duncan

Nobody loves Lubbock as much as Terri. A long-time resident of the “Hub City” we caught up with Terri about all the things that make Lubbock such a unique place to visit. From our wonderful wineries, to the best place for an evening night out. Live Love Lubbock with Terri and learn a few of

Keeping it Fresh with Larry Simmons at the Downtown Farmers Market

Ripe fruit, fresh veggies and friendly faces await you at Lubbock’s Downtown Farmers Market. Every Saturday from now until October, Lubbockites and visitors will experience an authentic connection between farmers and local artisans. We caught up with the man behind the plan, Larry Simmons, for an in-depth Q&A about how he keeps things fresh and

To Movoto with Love

Recently Movoto posted a blog, which attempted to analyze the excitement of a city with cold, hard numbers. Sounds pretty quizzical, right? So we decided to send a love letter to the folks over at Movoto inviting them to use a different perspective when evaluating the “fun factor” of a city. This love letter is

Day 9’s “Hub City Hot Spot” is…

OUR PEOPLE In celebration of National Travel and Tourism Week (May 3 -11), the Visit Lubbock Team surveyed thousands of past visitors to Lubbock by asking them to share their favorite places to visit, eat and see. Based on those responses, we determined the top nine locations that past visitors feel everyone should experience on

A Quick Q & A with Lubbock Arts Festival Artist, Justin Deurmyer.

This weekend’s annual Lubbock Arts Festival will feature over one hundred exhibitions, kid-friendly activities, art demonstrations and more. We spoke to a local artist, Justin Deurmyer, about his experiences with art and what he is looking forward to at this year’s event. When it comes to art, what is your favorite medium? I have actively

The Art Awaits You at This Year’s Lubbock Arts Festival

Take a walk on the colorful side at this year’s Lubbock Arts Festival. Now in it’s 36th year, the Lubbock Arts Festival will be held from Friday, April 11 through Sunday, April 13 at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center, 1501 Mac Davis Lane. Visitors will encounter more than 150 visual artists from around the nation

The Penguins Are Here!

For the first time in Lubbock’s history, we’re celebrating the arrival of penguins! Everyone’s favorite bird, right? From now through June 15, 2014, the Science Spectrum & OMNI Theater in Lubbock is hosting the Penguin Plunge! Exhibit. Visitors will get the chance to meet a loveable “waddle” or group of African Rock Penguins up close and

Live Love Lubbock with Tonja Hagy

When she’s not beautifying Lubbock as an active member in the local art scene, Tonja is living it up in the Hub City by frequenting live music shows, great local food and spending time with the ones she lives. Stay a while and Live Love Lubbock with our friendly neighbor, Tonja. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SgqnxMyS5Ho

Introducing the 2014 Visitor Guide!

It’s here! It’s here! The Visit Lubbock Team is thrilled to announce that the 2014 Visitor Guide is hot off the press and on the shelves around Lubbock and the surrounding region. We can’t wait for you to get your hands on this year’s guide, where you’ll read all about Lubbock’s hotspots and even hear

Visit Lubbock’s Top 10 Moments of 2013 – # 4

Nobody does art like the Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts (LHUCA) and the First Friday Art Trail. Although we try to make it to the event every month, we were there in January to help them celebrate the 100th First Friday Art Trail. To learn more, read our blog from that highlights one