Christine DeVitt Exhibition Hall: Cande Aguilar: barrioPOP, an exhibition that is an amalgamation sprung by characters, colors and street phenomena that is the artist’s life immersed in popular culture; expressed through multimedia such as painting, image transfer, digital collage, photography, video and music.
Helen DeVitt Jones Studio Gallery: Armando Sebastian: The Garden of Good & Evil, an exhibition of oil paintings that explore visual storytelling and magical realism.
John F. Lott Gallery: Alejandro Macias: A Bridge Too Close, a solo exhibition of drawings and paintings. His work has been driven by his Mexican-American identity and the current social-political climate.
Martin McDonald Gallery: Josie Del Castillo, oil painting portraits depicting Mexican American cultural iconography and people raised in the Brownsville/Matamoros border culture.
Firehouse Theatre: It’s alive! The electrifying adaptation of Mel Brooks’ monstrously funny film will leave you in stitches. Join Lubbock Community Theatre for this hilarious romp.
Christine DeVitt Icehouse Gallery: Paint a Sugar Skull, an interactive Día de Los Muertos exhibition, inviting the public to design and color a sugar skull. All materials will be provided.
Christine DeVitt Icehouse:
Minnie Quickenstedt Underwood Graffiti Building: Irons Middle School Art Students.
Helen DeVitt Jones Clay Studio:
LHUCA Plaza: Ballet Folklorico Nuestra Herencia 6-6:45PM; Monica Y Adixxion (featuring Cande Aguilar) 7-9PM.