Art.Science.Gallery. invites you to get ready for this Saturday’s March for Science Austin in a DIY poster-making session. We’ll supply tape, staples, sticks, and markers and you BYO posterboard or cardboard. You can also bring other poster-making material of your choice (no glitter or paint, please), and we’ll have tables ready.
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)
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.
“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.
Opening Reception: Saturday, February 25, 2017 7-10pm
Art.Science.Gallery. is proud to feature a retrospective solo exhibition by science folk artist DAVID B. MARTINEZ (Austin, Texas), whose colorful paintings draw equally from rich cultural mythologies as well as the history of science.
Join us for our next class this Sunday, January 29th from 1-4pm as returning instructor Missy Gillespie teaches her Solar Printmaking Workshop as an official PrintAustin 2017 event!
More details on our Laboratory page.
Art.Science.Gallery. is proud to invite you to our Fourth Annual Art-Science Trading Card Exhibition + Gallery Fundraiser, which benefits the gallery’s art-science programs. We just launched a Save Art.Science.Gallery. crowd-funding campaign to raise funds to stay open and sign another year lease at our brick-and-mortar location. We need your support more than ever, and we look forward to a great fourth trading card show this year.
Art.Science.Gallery. is proud to be hosting our 4th Annual Art-Science Trading Card Exhibition + Gallery Fundraiser, which benefits the gallery’s art-science programs. We just launched a Save Art.Science.Gallery. crowd-funding campaign to raise funds to stay open and sign another year lease at our brick-and-mortar location (see www.artsciencegallery.com/save for details). We need your support more than ever, and we look forward to a great fourth trading card show this year! 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. is in danger of closing!
We just launched a new crowd-funding campaign to raise $20,000 by December 31, 2016 to keep the gallery open in 2017, and we need your help.
Visit the Save Art.Science.Gallery. page to learn how you can help, and choose from these great thank-you gifts:
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.