Stacy Keith

History in the Making: A Chance to Rediscover the FiberMax Center for Discovery

By:  Jordan Williamson As a high school teacher in Lubbock ISD, one of my goals is to have my students see themselves reflected in the little world that is my classroom. I hope they see their passions lying between lines of literature I select, their input from class discussions coloring my whiteboard, and their posters …

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Renowned Musicians to Launch First Buffalo Grass Fest

By Stacy Keith When Lubbock received its Texas Music Friendly Community certification in 2020, the committee began working to fill niches in Lubbock’s rich music culture and industry.  One of the areas the team felt could be impactful was the professional development for music students and young professional musicians. Specifically, in the areas of business …

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Music and Love Lead Robin Harrell and Mockingbird Guitar Studio to Lubbock

By Stacy Keith As the mission of the Lubbock Cultural Arts Foundation is to champion and cultivate the arts in Lubbock – I try to keep a look out for new arts groups and businesses in Lubbock and “Mockingbird Guitar Studio” caught my eye on social one evening.  It was a new name I’d not …

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Christopher Oglesby and Reflections of a Week Drenched in the Lubbock Arts’ Scene

By:  Stacy Keith “Stunning”  “A standing ovation from California” “The Plains are alive with the sound of music” are just a few of the accolades received by Christopher J. Oglesby after the stellar performance on Friday November 12 of the world premiere of “Fire in the Water; Earth in the Air:  A Symphony of Songs” …

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