LAHIB JADDO; artist
E-mail email@example.com 806.543.5384 Art website at lahibjaddo.com
Studio located at 312 15thstreet, Saint Augustine, Florida.
1996-2016 Associate Professor, Texas Tech University, College of Architecture
2008-2016 Assistant Dean, Texas Tech University, College of Architecture.
1990 Masters of Fine Arts
Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX, USA
1987 Masters in Architecture
Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX, USA
1980 Bachelor of Architecture
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, USA
SELECTED AWARDS AND DISTINCTIONS
2018 Honorable mention, “Fantastic Florida”, Saint Augustine Art Association, Florida.
2013 Second place award, Lubbock Arts Festival competition, Texas.
2012 25thAnnual McNeese National works on paper, purchase award.
2008 First place award, Lubbock Arts Festival competition, Texas.
2007 1stPlace Award, Art Competition, Boise State University Women’s Center, Idaho.
2005 Honor, Texas Tech Women’s Studies Community Connection, Lubbock, Texas.
1999 1stPlace Award, Corsicana 16th Annual National art competition, Texas.
1997 Juror’s award, Lubbock Arts Festival Competition, Texas.
1994 Merit Award, Lubbock Arts Festival, Lubbock, TX.
1994 Grumbacher Merit Award, “Confluence,” art competition, Hill Country Art Foundation, Texas.
1993 4th Place Award, “Scene and Unseen,” art competition, Eastern New Mexico State, Portales, New Mexico.
1992 2ndPlace Award, Longview 32ndAnnual Invitational art competition, Longview, Texas.
2018 “17thAnnual Tactile Art Show”, Saint Augustine Art Association, Florida.
2018 “Fantastic Florida”, Saint Augustine Art Association, Florida.
2015 “Valdosta National”, Fine Arts Gallery, Valdosta State University, Georgia.
2014 “McNeese state University27thworks on paper”, Lake Charles, Louisianan.
2013 “Stories we Tell”, Phoenix Gallery, National Competition, New York City.
2012 “Honoring Women’s Rights”, National Steinbeck center in Salinas California,
2011 “Man as Object: Reversing the Gaze”,National competition , Women’s Caucus for the Arts, SOMArts Cultural center in San Francisco and Kinsey Institute Gallery in Bloomington, Indiana.
2010 “Positivenegative 25”, Slocumb Galleries, Department of Art and design, Eastern Tennessee State University,Johnson City, National Competition.
2007 “Women’s History Month,Boise State University, Idaho. National juried exhibition. First place award.
2006 “10thAnnual Rio Brazos Art Exhibition”, Tarleton State University, Granbury, Texas. National juried group exhibition.
2006 “Defining Freedom”,Eastern Washington University, Cheney, Washington State. National and juried group exhibition.
2004 “Women in the Middle: Borders, Barriers, Intersections” (International and juried), Walker’s Point Center for the Arts and University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Union Art Gallery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. International and juried group exhibition.
2000 “Critics Choice”, Dallas Visual Art Center, Dallas, TX., USA. Regional exhibition.
1998 “Bucking the Texas Myth”,Dougherty Arts Center, Austin, Texas. regional
1995 Women: Rites of Passage, traveling competition, Wright State University.
1994 Confluence 1994, Hill Country Arts Foundation, Ingram, TX.
SELECTED INVITATIONAL ART EXHIBITIONS
2017 May 3rdOpen studio, 312 15thSaint Augustine, FL
2017 December 2ndOpen Studio, 312 15thSaint Augustine
2016 “Water”, one person exhibition, Laredo community college, Texas, USA.
2015 “Human Rights”, group exhibition (eight faculty at Texas Tech University), Regional exhibition, at International Cultural Center, Texas Tech University. Local exhibition. April
2015 “Move Like Water”, one person Regional exhibition, Louise Hopkins Underwood center for the Arts. Lubbock, Texas, USA.
2013 “Al-Mutanabi Street starts here”, group global exhibition, Center for book arts, New York City, USA.
2013 “The Exquisite Uterus: The Art of Resistance”, group national exhibition, University of Wisconsin. Wisconsin.
2012 “Lahib Jaddo” Process Art House, one person regional exhibition, Amarillo, TX.
2011 “100 Years of Women Rockin’ The World”, ArtRage Gallery, Syracuse, NY
2010 “Texas Works”, one person exhibition, Regional, Buddy Holly Gallery for the Arts, Lubbock, TX.
Catalogue publication (32 works).
2009 “El Mundo Zurdo”, group Art Exhibition, Esperanza Peace and Justice center, San Antonio, TX.
2009 “Stepping Out”, one person exhibition and symposium, International Cultural Center at Texas Tech University.
2008 “100years of Art in Lubbock”, Louise Hopkins Underwood center for the Arts, Lubbock, Texas.Group exhibition(one piece).Catalogue.
2007 “G Gallery”, 301 East 11thStreet, Houston, TX. Gallery director, Wayne Gilbert. Group exhibition(one piece). November 2007
2007 “Soul Paintings”, Art Department, Laredo Community College, Laredo, Texas. One person exhibition (twenty one pieces).
2007 “Out in the mainstream: Queer Social Landscape”, Christine DeVitt Icehouse of the Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts, Lubbock, TX. Group exhibition (one piece), one day exhibition, October 5, 2007. Local exhibition.
2006 “Plains Speaking; An Artist of the Llano Estacado”,a solo exhibition of works from the past ten years by Lahib Jaddo. Louise Underwood Center for the Arts, Lubbock, Texas. Fifteen pieces. Includes screening and discussion of the Lahib Jaddo documentary by LHUCA filmmaker- in-residence Chris Caddel. Sponsored in part by the CH Foundation, Helen Jones Foundation, Texas Commission on the Arts.
2006 Gazi University, faculty of Architecture and Engineering Academy conference Hall, Ankara, Turkey. One person, exhibited 23 posters , 28thof July International.
2006 Center for Turkumani Brotherhood,Kirkuk, Iraq. Fifteen poster exhibited. Exhibition proceeds will benefit the future creation of Fuzuli University.
International, Invitational, one person exhibition.
2006 Ojo Mujeres de Conciencia, an exhibit celebrating women’s resistance, vitality, and poder. Esperanza Peace and Justice Center. San Antonio, Texas.
Regional Invitational group exhibition. Two paintings.
2004 “Lahib Jaddo at the Nancy Fyfe Cardozier Gallery” in the Visual Arts Building, University of Texas at the Permian Basin,Odessa, Texas. September 10 to October 8, 2004.
Regional Invitational one person exhibition. Seventeen works shown.
2004 Poppies for Kirkuk, STC Art Gallery. South Texas College, McAllen, Texas.
Regional invitational one person exhibition. Showed 16 works.
2004 Texas Works 2004. Buddy Holly Center for the Arts, Lubbock, Texas. Sixteen works , eight set to poems of Richard Todd of Amarillo as sound installations.
Local Invitational three person exhibition.
2002 Journeys, Dead Horse Gallery, 14900 Detroit Ave, Suite 311,commercial gallery in downtown Cleveland, Ohio.
2001 Old World...New World, Llano Estacado Theater and school, Lubbock, Texas.
October18 to November 21st,2001.
Local invitational one person exhibition. Twelve pieces exhibited.
1999 Bound and Released, MSC Visual Arts Gallery, Memorial student center, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas. Novemeber 8 1999 to February 1st .
Regional Invitational one person exhibition.Fouteen paintings
1996 Lahib Jaddo: The Carpet Doors, Weil Gallery Center for the Arts, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi.
Regional Invitational one person exhibition. Thirteen pieces.
1996 New Art of the West 5,Eiteljorg Museum (of American Indians and Western Art), Indianapolis, Indiana. Catalogue
National Invitational group exhibition. Two pieces.
1995 Group Exhibition: A Woman's View, in conjunction with Women's World conference in Beijing. World Bank, Washington DC.
1995 Art Journeys, Art Museum of South Texas in Corpus Christi.
Regional Invitational group exhibition
1994 Three Year Review: Mosaics, Dallas Visual Art Center, Dallas, TX.
Regional Invitational group exhibition. Three works.
1994 Dreams of the Old Country, Art Institute of the Permian Basin. Odessa, Texas.
Regional Invitational one person exhibition. Twenty works.
1992 Trail of Tears,Firehouse Gallery, Houston, TX.
Regional invitational group exhibition.
1991 Lahib Jaddo, Longview Museum, Longview, Texas.
Regional won exhibition by award, two person exhibition.
ARTWORK IN COLLECTIONS
Amarillo Museum of Art, Amarillo, TX.
Texas Tech University Museum, Lubbock, TX.
Texas Tech University Library, Lubbock, TX.
Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi .
Bourdelais Collection, Huntington, WVA (Patron)
Tarleton State University, Stephenville, TX.
Barrett Collection, Dallas, TX.
Carson County Square House Museum, Panhandle, TX.
Maloney Collection, Orleans, France and San Antonio, Texas(Patron)
Godbold Collection, Lubbock, TX (Patron)
Samar Choudry collection of Toronto (Patron)
And numerous private collections.
Self published book,Lahib Jaddo Art 2004-2009, blurb.com.
1- “Plain Speaking”, documentary by Chris Cadell, 2005.
-Premiered at Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts.
2-“Jaddoland” Feature length film by Nadia Shihab;
- Premiered at New Orleans film festival, Louisiana, October 2018.
- Screened at Moody Art Center, Houston, Texas November 2018.