This upcoming First Friday Art Trail will take place on Friday, September 6. Lubbock’s First Friday Art Trail, a program of LHUCA (The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center of the Arts), takes place in Lubbock’s downtown Cultural District between 6:00-9:00 pm, rain or shine.
This is the 180th First Friday Art Trail, a free, self-guided public art happening that has taken Lubbock to the forefront of the Texas art scene. This event brings together collectors, artists and the community for an evening of art, live music and fun. This month’s event will take place at the following venues:
LHUCA, Charles Adams Gallery, Charles Adams Studio Project, Art for Goodness Sake Fine Arts Gallery and Studio, Bad Axe Raider, Bentley Arrow, Bo Tan Fine Art Studio and Gallery, Buddy Holly Center, Caviel Museum of African-American History, GlasseyAlley, J&B Coffee, Legacy Event Center, Platform Restaurant, Sugar Brown’s Coffee, Tornado Gallery, and Urban Tech/TTU Press.
This progressive art event is sure to delight visitors with a plethora of art experiences. Trail goers can grab a map and explore the trail on their own, or jump aboard one of five free First Friday Trolleys and ride to the galleries along the downtown route. For more information about the First Friday Art Trail visit ffat.org.
Posted courtesy of Latino Lubbock Magazine Digital Media