Student Meetup

"He was so challenging, yet encouraging at the same time. Louis really inspired me to do my work."
- Linda Pace, Founder of artpace San Antonio.

Sunday, October 10 is San Antonio Art Student Meetup at the Cove giving art students of all ages across San Antonio an opportunity to meet each other and interact with Louis Lubbering. Called Mr. Lube by generations of art students, Louis Lubbering will be interviewed about making art for 50 years, art in academia, teaching art for a living, running a successful gallery and using new media technology to make art. An open mic and Q&A to give students and the general public an opportunity to ask questions will follow the interview.

Digital Collage – The HP Project

Mr. Lube has been teaching his studio and photography students printing, scanning, copying, and downloading images from their card readers on to a Hewlett Packard All-in-One. Students later paint and draw over their juxtapositioned images. Here are a few examples of Mr. Lube's HP work.

Louis Lubbering has an Associates Degree from San Antonio College, Bachelor of Arts from Trinity University, an MA from New Mexico Highlands University and an MFA from The University of Texas, San Antonio. Mr. Lube has taught in the Incarnate Word system for 30 years, at Northeast Louisiana University of Monroe for five years and taught art history and drawing at Texas Lutheran in Seguin for two years. He was a graduate assistant at New Mexico Highlands University, taught drawing his senior year at Trinity University and was also a graduate assistant at UTSA for two years.

Sunday, October 10. Louis Lubbering San Antonio Art Student Meetup

  • 3:00 – 4:30 Art Student Meetup at the Cove
  • 4:30 – 5:15 Louis Lubbering public interview/dais session
  • 5:15 – 5:45 Open Mic Forum Q&A with Louis Lubbering
  • 5:45 – 7:00 Student Meetup resumes with meet and greet with Louis Lubbering
  • 7:00: 50 Years of Louis Lubbering Art closes


Photography and Video are allowed in the retrospective and during the interview and Q&A.


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