Art Meets the Bottom Line
You can play an important role at LHUCA! There are lots of opportunities for you to use your talents and gifts to make Lubbock and the South Plains a better place to live. You can become a member, a business partner, a sponsor or donor, a volunteer, and in some cases an intern.
LHUCA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, governed by a Board of Trustees made up of community volunteers. Our success has been possible because of the generous support of our patrons like you. Every dollar we receive is placed into the Catalyst Fund to support cultural programming that is offered to people of all ages, ethnicities, and from every socio-economic background.
Please take a moment and see all the ways that you can can become involved! At LHUCA:
Art Meets the Community:
Your contribution ensures public accessibility to the arts and helps to build a community with a strong cultural foundation. By offering free admission to our exhibitions, we serve a broad cross-section of our community, reaching individuals of a variety of ages, ethnicities and socio-economic backgrounds.
Art Meets Learning:
Your contribution supports the Graffiti Education Building and Helen DeVitt Jones Clay Studio that provide a work space and gathering place for those interested in the arts to meet, exchange ideas, express their creativity, and share in their growth as artists. Moreover, our continued efforts to meet the educational needs of our community through classes, workshops, and individual outreach provide an avenue for growth and increased involvement within the community.
Art Meets Life:
Your contribution builds programs and theatrical productions that focus on partnering with other non-profit groups for the purpose of awareness, education and healing. By reaching out to those in our community with special needs, victims, and children at risk, we provide in some measure, an avenue for healing. The growth that we are experiencing in these programs is making a positive impact on both LHUCA and Lubbock as a whole.
Art Meets Performance:
Your contribution reaches out to teach the art of performance, that has always been a part of the West Texas cultural fabric. Music, storytelling, dance, and film are presented to audiences of all ages. Through workshops and classes performance art is placed into the hands of participants to experience a unique way of expression.