Join us for an evening of live music in the gallery with artist and musician Landry McMeans. McMeans sings soulful alt. country originals over her reverb heavy electrified dobro. Her lilting, airy vocals have often been compared to Alison Kraus, as well as Margo Timmins of Cowboy Junkies. The sound as a whole is a western bound “road trip chauffeured by Cat Power and Neil Young.” With upbeat songs that are danceable, nostalgic, and up-lifting.
This is an intimate private concert in the gallery limited to 40 guests. Tickets are $15 in advance with reserved seating and $18 at the door. This special event is part of Landry’s current art exhibit A River Runs Through It at Art.Science.Gallery.
SUBMISSION DEADLINE OCTOBER 2, 2016 11:59PM CST
Exhibition Dates October 29 – November 26, 2016
Art.Science.Gallery. is seeking submissions of artworks for a group exhibition about dinosaurs! Works may explore dinosaur biology, paleontology, anatomy, ecology, dinosaur habitat, extinctions, evolution or relatedness, genetics and genetic engineering, dinosaur diversity, or even notable paleontologists. Make sure to send us your dino-inspired art submissions by October 2, 2016! Dinosauria will also be our featured exhibit for the 15th Annual EAST Austin Studio Tour (November 12-13 and 19-20, 2016). Submissions may be in any medium.
Download the full details on our submissions page.
Reportage dinosaur illustration by Jedidiah Dore © 2016.
Art.Science.Gallery. is seeking submissions of artworks for a group exhibition about the amazing diversity of the order Coleoptera called Meet The Beetles! Submissions will be reviewed as they are received but no later than the September 4th deadline.
Calling all artists, scientists, engineers, makers, educators and science communicators! Have an idea for a workshop or class you’d like to teach? We’re looking for enthusiastic and experienced educators for classes that blend art and science for our 2016-2017 lineup of classes and workshops!
Click here to download our 2016-2017 call for course proposals and our course proposal form.
Previous course topics have included: Poetics of the Natural World, Creating Information & Data Visualizations, The Science of Chocolate, Botanical Field Sketching, Natural History of Austin, Integrated Anatomy, Designing Effective Scientific Presentations, Color Chemistry, Block Printing, Solar Printing, Ecology for Everyone, Insect Macro Photography, Botanical Illustration (studio).
Interested in art? Fascinated by science? We want science to be accessible to everyone. That’s why we integrate art into our classes!
Registration is now open for our summer classes, which start on June 22nd!
- Poetics of the Natural World
- Creating Information & Data Visualization Workshop
- Science of Chocolate Workshop
- Botanical Field Sketching
- Natural History of Austin
- Integrated Anatomy
- Designing Effective Scientific Presentations
- Color Chemistry Workshop
- Introduction to Block Printing Workshop
- Introduction to Solar Printmaking Workshop
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ONLINE!
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