Future Exhibits

Philadelphia Watercolor Society Annual Exhibition

September 5 -October 25, 2015

Opening Reception: Sunday, October 25th from 1-3PM

The Philadelphia Water Color Society’s annual exhibition presents the finest in watercolor as well as other works on paper. It was founded in 1900 to offset the then common exhibition prejudice against watercolor. Chartered in 1922 as a corporation, it continued its mission of furthering watercolor art through varied exhibitions of elected members’ works.

Over the years, a permanent collection of over 175 works has been developed and presented to the Philadelphia Museum of Art for proper custodianship. Today over 500 international artists working in a broad variety of media on paper comprise the Philadelphia Water Color Society membership.

GoggleWorks Artists 11th Annual Exhibition

October 31-January 3, 2015

Opening Reception: First Friday November 6, 2015 | 5:30-7:30pm

GoggleWorks Center for the Arts is proud to present the 11th Annual Artists’ Exhibition. An exploration in multiple medias, this exciting exhibit showcases the talent of over 34 artists selected by the Exhibition Committee Jury to be included in the GoggleWorks Studios. The annual expose’ includes watercolor, oil, acrylic, photography, ceramics, sculpture, and multi-media pieces in a variety of genre. More than just a work space, GoggleWorks Studios provide these artists with a community of dynamic individuals in the field willing to share a critical eye and engage in  discussion of serious artistic matters. Come see the vital work produced from within the walls of the largest art center of its kind.

January 1-December 31, 2015

August
Berks Art Alliance 36th Annual Juried Exhibition

September
Reflect, Beth Carson & Bob Roos

October
Apophenia: The Ghost in the Circuit, Will Lindsay

November
Between Us, Allison Shannon & Lauralynn White

December
TBA

The Green Wall 2015

No future Exhibitions are currently scheduled.

This new permanent exhibit showcases the 130-year history of Willson Goggles. Historical artifacts and interactive learning activities depict the groundbreaking innovations of a company that led the world in the development of safety products. Explore the industrial history of Reading along with the personal histories of Willson Goggles factory workers.

No future Exhibitions are currently scheduled.

Café Gallery

No future Exhibitions are currently scheduled.