University Public Art Collection
TTU - English & Philosophy Building is one of University Public Art Collection.

1. TTU - English & Philosophy Building

15th St. btwn Flint & Detroit, Lubbock, TX
College Academic Building · 23 tips and reviews

Texas Tech UniversityTexas Tech University: When looking at artist Larry Kirkland's granite sculpture titled "Headwaters," think of the symbolism that comes from a handful of letters, the potential for communication and a thirst for knowledge.

TTU - Foreign Languages is one of University Public Art Collection.

2. TTU - Foreign Languages

2910 18th, Lubbock, TX
College Academic Building · 11 tips and reviews

Texas Tech UniversityTexas Tech University: Artist Ken Dixon’s “Order and Disorder” series probes the difference between illusion and reality. Think about a memory and the illogical/unexpected visual associations as a consideration.

Discovery Mall is one of University Public Art Collection.

3. Discovery Mall

Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX
College Quad · 2 tips and reviews

Texas Tech UniversityTexas Tech University: The Discovery Mall paths are made of decomposed granite, a very fine stone with a more natural appearance than concrete. Take a nice stroll among the trees, art work, and fellow students.

TTU - Frazier Alumni Pavilion is one of University Public Art Collection.

4. TTU - Frazier Alumni Pavilion

8.6
600 Boston Ave (Drive of Champions & Boston Ave), Lubbock, TX
University · 6 tips and reviews

Texas Tech UniversityTexas Tech University: The Masked Rider tradition is the best and strongest one on campus, the Masked Rider statue was created to preserve a special part of that tradition. Take a photo with the statue and get your guns up! Read more.

Jones AT&T Stadium is one of University Public Art Collection.

5. Jones AT&T Stadium

4th St & University Ave (at Texas Tech University), Lubbock, TX
College Football Field · 32 tips and reviews

Texas Tech UniversityTexas Tech University: Take a step back! Each pixel in a Westside Mosaics photograph is represented by a one-inch color tile. Rather than looking like pictures mounted on a wall, the images become the wall. Read more.

TTU - Holden Hall is one of University Public Art Collection.

6. TTU - Holden Hall

14-230 Akron Ave (Akron Ave & Broadway St), Lubbock, TX
College Classroom · 25 tips and reviews

Texas Tech UniversityTexas Tech University: Peter Hurd, a native of Roswell, NM, left behind a poignant tribute to the hardy South Plains pioneers in the fresco mural painted for the walls of the rotunda. Imagine being a pioneer in those days.

TTU - Texas Tech University Library is one of University Public Art Collection.

7. TTU - Texas Tech University Library

18th St. (at Boston Ave.), Lubbock, TX
College Library · 97 tips and reviews

Texas Tech UniversityTexas Tech University: A bronze sculpture of Prometheus, the titan of Greek mythology who dared to take fire from heaven and give it to man, stands in front of the building. Thank him on your way in!

TTU - Flint Avenue Parking Facility is one of University Public Art Collection.

8. TTU - Flint Avenue Parking Facility

Flint Ave btw 18 St & 19 St, Lubbock, TX
Parking · 5 tips and reviews

Texas Tech UniversityTexas Tech University: The building's fence is called the "Seasons of the Llano Estacado." Each side represents a season. The art took combined about 5,000 pieces of hand-forged steel, iron & bronze. Try to find spring!

TTU - Animal & Food Sciences is one of University Public Art Collection.

9. TTU - Animal & Food Sciences

Main & Indiana (Box 42141), Lubbock, TX
College Lab · 5 tips and reviews

Texas Tech UniversityTexas Tech University: Rethink how you see bulls. Artist Peter Woytuk sculpted the animals contrary to any conventional portrayal or romanticized themes seen in Western art. Walk around and within the unified sculpture.

TTU - Student Union Building is one of University Public Art Collection.

10. TTU - Student Union Building

7.7
15th St & Akron Ave, Lubbock, TX
Student Center · 41 tips and reviews

Texas Tech UniversityTexas Tech University: Sit at the base of the "Tornado of Ideas" statue & see if you can start a convo with a stranger. “It’s best when a work provokes conversation," says NY-based artist Tom Otterness, the statue's creator