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.
SUBMISSIONS DUE Tuesday, November 28, 2017 by 6pm CST
Opening Reception Friday, December 2, 2017 7-10pm
Exhibition Dates December 2 – 24, 2017
Art.Science.Gallery. is proud to be hosting our Fifth Annual Art-Science Trading Card Show, which benefits the gallery’s art-science programs. The exhibit will feature hundreds of original, affordable, miniature works of science-inspired art! Send us a mini-work of science-inspired art for our fundraiser and it will live forever in our public online library of Art-Science Trading Cards (http://artscitradingcards.tumblr.com/) and it will be included in our exhibition.
Art.Science.Gallery.’s monthly artist pop-up features artist and designer Melissa Borrell, who is introducing ‘Fusion’, her new line of 3D printed jewelry! Melissa has been an artist in our gift shop for many years, and we’re really excited to be hosting a show of her newest line of jewelry.
Artist Reception Friday, September 29th from 6-9pm. Meet the artist Melissa Borrell and enjoy light refreshments.
Pop-Up Hours Saturday & Sunday September 30-October 1st from 12-4pm. This is also the last weekend to see the gallery’s The Birds exhibit, inspired by the science of birds.
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.
Art.Science.Gallery.’s monthly artist trunk show & art sale features Patricia Falconer, MFA, an Austin-based artist and art instructor for The Contemporary Austin and the University of Texas Informal Classes. She will have a pop-up show of a variety of original drawings and paintings. Pat Falconer has taught classes in drawing and bird illustration at The Contemporary Austin’s Art School at Laguna Gloria since 1998, and has also been an animator for Austin films such as Richard Linklater’s Waking Life. Primarily a painter, Pat has a BFA and BA from The University of Texas at Austin and an MFA in Studio Art, Hoffberger School of Painting at the Maryland Institute College of Art.
About This Event: Art.Science.Gallery. is excited to announce our new monthly artist pop-up. Held the last full weekend of each 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 Saturday, August 12, 2017 from 10pm
Art.Science.Gallery. announces the opening of The Birds, the gallery’s newest art exhibition about ornithology: the science of birds. Work by 10 artists from Texas, Illinois, Florida, Missouri and Portugal will showcase work that is steeped in and reflective of scientific ideas about birds. Works in the exhibition explore topics such as bird migration, communication, taxonomy, feeding behavior, natural history, flight behavior, bird diversity and conservation.
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.
Art.Science.Gallery. is so proud to invite you to our 5th Birthday party celebration benefitting Girlstart, a non-profit dedicated to increasing girls’ interest and engagement in STEM. Our independent art gallery was founded by local scientist and artist Dr. Hayley Gillespie on July 5, 2012 and is the nation’s first art gallery dedicated exclusively to science-inspired artwork.
Tickets: $10 advance (save $5!) / $15 door
We’ve got great stuff planned for our 5th birthday bash and we can’t wait to party with you!
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
doors open at 6pm
free color changing cup with each ticket
live music with Pulsar Rendezvous
silent auction begins
meet the Girlstart STEM Crew all night
learn more about the Austin Astronomical Society before it gets dark, then stargaze with them at 8:30!
complimentary frozen margaritas & piña coladas until they run out
complimentary iced coffee & tea from Texas Coffee Traders until it runs dry
remarks by Girlstart executive director Dr. Tamara Hudgins
gallery service awards presented by Art.Science.Gallery. founder/director Dr. Hayley Gillespie
cutting of the birthday cake from Whole Foods Market!
This rad color-changing 12-oz party cup is perfect for filling with complimentary River City Frozen Beverages during the bash. The cup changes from frosted to blue, purple, green or orange when filled with a cold beverage, revealing a nifty Art.Science.Gallery. logo.
Can’t make it to the party? You can buy these rad cups here!
Locally designed and printed, this rad 22 x 22 inch bandana features scientific symbols of 5 including the Saturn V rocket, the 5th human chromosome, Cassini’s drawing of Jupiter (the 5th planet from the sun), a 5-armed starfish by science artist Ernst Haeckel, the electron rings of Boron (atomic number 5), roman numeral V, the Greek numeral epsilon, the molecule cyclopentane and the five-lobed leaves of American Sweetgum (Liquidambar stryaciflua). The names of all 45 Art.Science.Gallery. exhibitions from 2012-2017 border this stylish graphic bandana!
Extremely limited edition of 12 each of our five logo colors: orange , yellow, green, blue or purple are being produced by the local printmakers at Raw Paw (Austin, TX).
Can’t make it to the party? You can buy a bandana here!
WHAT OTHERS SAY ABOUT ART.SCIENCE.GALLERY.
“Congratulations to Art.Science.Gallery for five wonderful years! At a time when arts budgets are being slashed, A.S.G. is needed more than ever to help convey the beauty and wonder of science in a way that takes visitors out of their usual thinking caps and places them into the nanoworld, or ferrys them to the depths of outer space. When I curated “Go Ahead and Do It,” featuring portraits of women in the sciences, in 2014, it was incredibly powerful to see young women and men being moved by the stories of the unsung pioneers represented on the gallery walls.
This is the power of art, and another reason why I’m looking forward to the next five years at A.S.G.” – Maia Weinstock (@20tauri), science communicator at MIT, creator of women-in-STEM minifigs, and guest curator of our 2014 Go Ahead & Do It: Portraits of Women in STEM exhibition at Art.Science.Gallery..
“There is no other place like it that celebrates the fusion of art and science! The Art.Science.Gallery has been a big part of my journey as a creative scientist and I’m honoured to have my work represented at the Gallery Gift Shop. High Five for a fantastic five years and looking forward to sharing the next five with you!” –Rovena Tey (@thechemisttree), creator of The Chemist Tree greeting card company and represented in the gallery’s gift shop since 2013
“Art.Science.Gallery lets artists explain the world of science, beautifully, magically — who knew it would be so important right now?” – Laurie Frick, data artist at www.lauriefrick.com, exhibited her sleep series in our 2014 X Marks The Spot show.
“Now, more than ever, it is critical that those in the sciences share their work with the public. Communication and collaboration are key for inspiring the action necessary to preserve the diverse life on this planet. Everyone can make a difference! Thank you Art.Science.Gallery. for being a platform for us to connect with, and empower one another. Each time I visit the gallery and its work, I learn more about myself and the world around me. Congratulations on five impactful years and best wishes for those yet to come.” – Emily Blair Bryant, sustainable artist and jeweler at etsy.com/shop/thescoffpatch and Sustainability Manager at the Philadelphia Zoo, exhibited at the gallery’s very first exhibition in 2012, our 2013 Eclosion exhibit about insects, and The Mother Art exhibit on animal architecture in 2015.
Art.Science.Gallery. announces the opening of Far Out, the gallery’s newest art exhibition in partnership with the American Astronomical Society (AAS) and coincident with the AAS summer meeting and the Women in Astronomy conference, both in Austin, Texas. A mini, traveling version of the Art & Science 2017: James Webb Space Telescope exhibit currently on display at the Visitors Center at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, artwork in the Far Out exhibit was inspired by NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope.