Life As We Knew It // May 12 – May 21, 2017


Please join us for a pop-up show about extinction, Life As We Knew It, at our special satellite location for West Austin Studio Tour. The opening reception will feature a live performance with drum accompaniment of Carol Flake Chapman’s poem All Gone: An Elegy for the Lost Animals.

Opening Reception Friday, May 12th 7-10pm (limited tickets available)

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Carol Flake Chapman (Austin, TX), John Deamond (Burtonsville, MD), Colleen Maynard (Houston, TX), Michael Reiley McDermott (Philadelphia, PA), Ata Mojlish (Austin, TX), Madelon Umlauf (Austin, TX), Bindu Viswanathan (Austin, TX), and Tammy West (Austin, TX).

Location   Art.Science.Gallery. Pop-Up Show at Green House // West Austin Studio Tour #303 // 1904 St. Albans Blvd, Austin, TX 78745. This is a private residence, so please be respectful when parking and driving in the neighborhood — our children and pets are at play!

Contact // 512-522-8278

Opening Reception
Friday, May 12th 7-9pm
RSVP is required (please click here to RSVP)

Exhibition Dates + Hours (free and open to the public!)
May 13-14 + 20-21 11am-6pm as WEST Austin Studio Tour stop #303
No RSVP needed, just come and go as you like. See for location and more information about this year’s tour.

Science Talk with Dr. Hayley Gillespie: Biodiversity In Your Backyard
Sunday May 21st at 6pm
RSVP is required (please click here to RSVP). Learn how to identify some of the common native plants and animals of Austin that just might live in your own backyard with gallery founder / director Dr. Hayley Gillespie.

Stowaway, acrylic on board by Rene Robbins
LIFE AS WE KNOW IT // Closing Reception
Saturday May 20th 7-9pm
RSVP recommended, please click here to RSVP.

The exhibit’s sister show about biodiversity, Life As We Know It, is currently on view and runs through May 20th at the main Art.Science.Gallery. location at Canopy, 916 Springdale Rd. Regular gallery hours at Canopy are Tues/Thurs 1-6pm and Wed/Fri/Sat 10am-5pm.

“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).

Author: Art.Science.Gallery.

Art.Science.Gallery. is an art gallery and science communication space in Austin, Texas, USA.