Public Art at Texas Tech University
Did you know that Texas Tech is home to an extensive public art program? Take one casual stroll around the campus in Lubbock, Texas and you’ll see just how expansive it is.
Beyond the revolving galleries and exhibits that fill the School of Art, there is always something to see on campus thanks to the Texas Tech Public Art Program. Here are a few of our favorites:
Larry Kirkland, Headwaters, 2002.
Located in the courtyard between the English/Philosophy and Education buildings.
Peter Woytuk, Bulls, 2002.
Located outside the Animal & Food Sciences building.
Grant Speed, Masked Rider, 2000.
The Masked Rider is in the courtyard to the South of the Frazier Alumni Pavilion.
Po Shu Wang, Comma, 2007.
Located along the pedestrian corridor on the west side of the Student Union Building.
What are some of your favorite pieces of art at Texas Tech?