SUBMISSION DEADLINE DECEMBER 15, 2017 11:59PM CST
Exhibition Dates JANUARY 19 – MARCH 4, 2018
Art.Science.Gallery. is seeking submissions for a group exhibit that will feature artwork in the printmaking medium about the sun (or, other suns; it doesn’t just have to be our solar system!), made by our sun (solar printmaking, cyanotype, or printing with photosensitive inks) or for the sun (about sun- or star-related cultural and natural history) The exhibit will also be our featured exhibit for the 2018 PrintAustin annual printmaking festival (January 15 – February 15, 2018). Submissions may be any form of printmaking.
Click here for more information & to apply!
Saturday September 23, 2017 4pm-7pm
Learn to draw birds with The Birds artist Pat Falconer, who will be teaching a special afternoon workshop in black-and-white illustration about birds in the gallery. Beginners are welcome, and you’ll receive a short supply list before class begins.
Pat Falconer is an Austin-based artist with a BA and BFA from the University of Texas at Austin and an MFA from Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore. Her work encompasses a broad range of media from acrylics and color pencil to needle felting and embroidery. Her subject matter is drawn from the natural world with a special emphasis on birds. She also teaches art at the Contemporary Austin Art School at Laguna Gloria and UT Informal Classes.
Friday July 28th 6-9pm / Saturday July 29th 12-6pm / Sunday July 30 4-8pm
Art.Science.Gallery.’s monthly artist trunk show & art sale features Jennie Tudor Gray, an Austin-based multi-media artist, arts educator, and arts advocate. She will have a trunk show of a variety of gifts and prints along with her artwork inspired by astronomy, nature, and recycled altered book art. Jennie is passionate about using community arts education as a method of social change, has shown and sold her work at various museums and galleries in Texas, been a grant recipient, and was a finalist for Secondary Teacher of the Year, 2015-2016 in her district.
Artist Reception with Jennie Friday, July 28, 2017 6-9pm
July Artist Pop-Up continues Saturday, July 29th 12-6pm & Sunday July 30th 4-8pm
About This Event: Art.Science.Gallery. is excited to announce our new monthly artist pop-up. Held the last weekend of the month, each event features one of our favorite science-inspired artists! Meet the artist at the Friday night opening reception, and enjoy complimentary refreshments throughout the weekend while you shop. We think it’s a great way to support local artists and galleries. You can also check out our current art show and gift shop.
Opening reception honoring Marjorie Friday, April 28th 6-9 pm
Art Sale & Trunk Show continues Saturday, April 29th 10am-5pm & Sunday April 30th 11:00am-3:00pm
Austin artist Marjorie Moore is headed back to New England, and Art.Science.Gallery. is honored to host an art sale and trunk show featuring her work inspired by natural history and collections before she departs. In addition to her art, Marjorie will also have a trunk show of the scarves, tops, and pillows gorgeously printed from images of her most recent work.
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Closing Reception Saturday, May 20th 7-9pm
“The diversity of life forms, so numerous we have yet to identify most of them, is the greatest wonder of this planet” — E.O. Wilson.
Featuring artwork inspired by biodiversity by Ashley Cecil (Pittsburgh, PA), Jedidiah Dore (New York, NY), Clair Gaston (Round Rock, TX), Melanie Hickerson (Austin, TX), Kalliopi Monoyios (Denver, CO), Rene Robbins (Chicago, IL), Ele Willoughby (Toronto, ON).
The exhibit’s sister show, Life As We Knew It, explores extinct species and opens Friday, May 12th 7-10pm and runs May 13-14 + 20-21 11am-6pm as an official stop on the WEST Austin Studio Tour (see west.bigmedium.org for location). A Biodiversity in Your Backyard talk will be held Sat., May 13th at sundown at our WEST location. Details for all events are published on the gallery’s event page at www.artsciencegallery.eventbrite.com.
artwork (detail) above by Sabrina Luoni.
Join us for a group exhibition about the amazing diversity of the order Coleoptera! Darwin had a particular fondness for them, and about 40% of all described insects are beetles (half a million species or more)! With new species being discovered all the time, this artwork by 15 artists from the USA, Spain and Italy explores beetle diversity, behaviors, habitats, agricultural significance, and natural history.
Continue reading “Meet The Beetles // September 24 – October 22, 2016”