A 3D projection will be cast upon its iconic façade.
WHAT: For three consecutive nights, the public is invited to help Texas Tech University celebrate its 100th birthday by viewing a special presentation.
WHEN: 7-10 p.m. Friday (Feb. 10) through Sunday (Feb. 12)
WHERE: Texas Tech Administration Building, 2625 Memorial Circle
EVENT: Beginning at dusk, a 3D projection will be cast upon the façade of the iconic Texas Tech Administration Building. The program will tell a short story of Texas Tech and will feature memorable imagery, video and graphics.
The illumination lasts approximately six minutes. After each presentation, there will be a 10-minute break before the presentation begins again.
Traffic to Memorial Circle and the Engineering Key will be closed beginning at 6 p.m. each evening to ensure pedestrian safety and to make the viewing experience more enjoyable. Visitors to campus can park in any open non-residence hall parking lot and walk to Memorial Circle to view the presentation. Guests who need special accommodations are encouraged to park in the lot just south of the Administration Building.
CONTACT: Blayne Beal
Director of centennial coordination, Office of the President, Texas Tech University