By Ken Esten Cooke —
Texas Tech University’s College of Visual and Performing Arts has concluded its first-ever summer arts program at Hill Country University Center.
On Thursday, July 30, the school will host its first annual Fredericksburg Summer Student Art Exhibit, hosted by the Texas Tech University regional teaching sites and HCUC.
“It’s like a miniature residency,” said Christina Williams, a Texas Tech art student and native of Tatum. “It’s intense, so we just create. We have weekends free, but we usually end up here because it’s just more studio time to create our art.”
Lorena Williams, no relation, is from El Paso.
“This program and this degree can help further our teaching certifications, if that’s what we want to do,” she said. “But it also is a good way to refresh your own personal skills.”