“Hide and Seek: Neighborhood Space” celebration of Women’s History Month, will be on display at CASP.
WHAT: Texas Tech University's Women's & Gender Studies (WGS) in collaboration with the School of Art, will host the “Hide and Seek: Neighborhood Space” exhibit throughout the month of March in celebration of Women's History Month.
WHEN: March 3 - March 23
WHERE: Charles Adams Studio Project (CASP) at 1106 5th St.
EVENT: The gallery will serve as a participatory workshop studio space, accommodating collaborators from both the Lubbock and Texas Tech communities. The gallery will highlight special topics taught by Texas Tech's WGS faculty. The faculty and students of WGS 4301 “Guerilla Girls to RuPaul: The Politics of Feminist Art” will be among the participants of the exhibit, which is embedded in the course.
The gallery will open with a hybrid event at noon, Friday (March 3) entitled “Community, Women and the Arts.” The gallery's official opening will be during the First Friday Art Trail from 6-9 p.m. that evening. The opening event will include make-and-take art activities, interactive art exhibits and a scavenger hunt for all ages.
For more information, contact CASP at (806) 928-4529 or search #hideandseekLBK on Facebook and Instagram.
CONTACT: Leslie Sotomayor
Visiting assistant professor, University Studies, Texas Tech University