Saturday, November 1st 4-7pm
Jewelry Trunk Show with Mae-Mae Stiles of m2 JEWELRY
Join us for a trunk show of m2 JEWELRY with Austin artist Mae-Mae Stiles, one of the artists featured in our science-inspired gift shop! Mae-Mae is not only a jeweler, she is also an engineer! We think her modern, minimal, colorful designs evoke a sense of wonder expressed in mid-century design about science and exploration! She’ll be revealing custom jewelry based on our Art.Science.Gallery. logo (created by Austin designer Jennifer Braham). m2 JEWELRY pairs perfectly with other offerings from our gallery gift shop such as Stellar Science Series illustrations by Brooklyn-based designer Jed Dore and pashminas and silk scarves by Cyberoptix Tie Lab. Beverages by Zhi Tea & Treaty Oak Distilling Co.! RSVP atM2gallerytrunkshow.eventbrite.com
to be automatically entered to win a pair of m2 earrings and a Stellar Science Series print by Jed Dore.
Mae-Mae’s unique work often has vintage elements dating to the 1900’s including semi precious stones, recycled glass, wood, pearls, crystals, amber and vintage Lucite. “I never take my U.S. citizenship for granted and know how important local community is to keep the economy vibrant so more than 75% of my beads and supplies are bought locally. I want you to feel proud to wear my jewelry and feel good that your money is going back into keeping your community strong. Thank you and please recycle.” Saturday, November 8th 6:30pm-8pm
Artist Talk with Laurie Frick
Join us for an artist talk by X Marks The Spot artist Laurie Frick, who will discuss her data art and self-tracking experiments, and her new smartphone app FRICKbits, which allows you to take back your data and turn it into art! Doors at 6:30
, talk at 7pm
RSVP on Eventbrite: Frick.eventbrite.com
EAST Austin Studio TourNovember 15-16
& 22-23 Extended hours 11am-6pm
The Superlative Light Book Release + Signing with Photographer Robert ShultsNovember 15 6-10pm
. The book presents Shults’ black and white documentary photographs of the Texas Petawatt Laser facility at the University of Texas at Austin, and was recently featured in The New York Times, WIRED, and Smithsonian, as well as regional media such as Alcalde and Longhorn Network.
RSVP at SuperlativeLightATX.eventbrite.com
to be automatically entered to win a signed book!