Free Admission at Buddy Holly Center as Part of First Friday Art Trail
In celebration of another year of the First Friday Art Trail, the Buddy Holly Center will be open with free admission January 6th.
On the first Friday of January, the center will be open from 6 to 9pm to so everyone can view the exhibits free of charge during the Art Trail. The featured exhibit will be Influenced, a national invitational exhibition organized by the Ceramics department of Texas Tech University. It features the work of graduate students Bruce Alves, Kara Frank, Adam Redd and Zach Tate, and Professors Juan Granados and Von Venhuizen, as well as nationally recognized ceramicists Bede Clark, Tom Bartel, Justin Roth-shank, Sue Whitmore and Cameron Crawford.
Another notable exhibit in next Friday’s Art Trail is Prelude: featuring the paintings of local artist Michael Torres. He describes his paintings as an illustration of his life’s journey, reflecting on individual moments that intertwine into his present day. Prelude: will be viewable at the Texas Musicians Hall of Fame as part of the First Friday Art Trail.