Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts

Emily Wilkinson and Lindsey Maestri
Kaysie Ellingson

The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts is initiating a new event that aims to expose more people to Lubbock’s Art. This Saturday kicks off the Art Ride LBK, a once-a-month community bike tour of public art. Lindsey Maestri, Community Engagement Manager at LHUCA and Emily Wilkinson, Public Art Director at Texas Tech University, join the Front Row to talk about the event.

Tell us about the project that LHUCA is starting.

Maestri: We are launching Art Ride LBK, which will be an art tour of downtown and the depot district, via bicycle.

LHUCA's Facebook

In  Lubbock we are lucky enough that patrons for the arts aren’t very difficult to find. Here at Texas Tech Public Media we not only have foundations that support us but many local donors who support the arts and want to see us shine a light on this amazing community. One of the cornerstones of the art world in Lubbock was Louise Hopkins Underwood who passed away earlier this year.

Flatland Film Festival Closing Night Party

Oct 5, 2016

KTTZ-TV and 24 Frames are hosting the Closing Night Party of the Lubbock Flatland Film Festival Saturday Oct. 8, starting at 9:30 p.m. at the Reagor Dykes plaza stage of the Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts (LHUCA).