Lubbock’s LHUCA Gallery to Reopen Saturday June 6th
Lubbock's Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts, or better known as the LHUCA gallery (511 Ave K) is set to reopen Saturday, June 6th, with scheduled appointments for guests:
We are happy to welcome guests back to the LHUCA galleries!
We will be reopening this Saturday, June 6 from 11 am-5 pm.
Beginning next week, we will be open Thursday-Saturday from 11 am-5 pm.
We will offer hand sanitizer in the galleries and regularly clean the high-touch points. However, we do encourage you to protect yourself by wearing a mask during your visit.
In order to the limit number of guests in the galleries at one time, you must reserve a time to visit. To schedule online, use the button below. Registration is free and open to the public.
For questions or to schedule a visit by phone, please call 806-762-8606.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
LHUCA is the heart of the First Friday Art Trail and an amazing cultural resource for Lubbock. From brilliantly curated art exhibitions to theatrical performances and their very popular pottery classes, LHUCA is truly an amazing place to explore your creative side.
Full disclosure, I worked at LHUCA for a couple of years before my DJ life, so perhaps I'm a little biased. I love this venue deeply. It's gorgeous and actually the perfect place to book a wedding. I had the privilege of watching many Lubbockites spend their special day among the beautiful art and in that beautiful building. I'm very glad that she's coming back as a force for good here in our lovely little town.
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