Future Exhibits

On Scene, GoggleWorks Artists 10th Annual Exhibit

November 2, 2014 - January 4, 2015

Opening Reception, Friday, November 7, 2014, 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Around the town and on the scene, GoggleWorks Center for the Arts is proud to present the 10th Annual Artists’ Exhibit. An exploration in multiple media, this exciting exhibit showcases the talent of over 30 artists juried into the GoggleWorks Studios. The annual expose’ includes watercolor, oil, acrylic, photography, ceramics, sculpture, and mixed media pieces in a variety of genres. More than just a work space, the GoggleWorks Studios provide a thriving community of dynamic individuals, a forum in which to share a critical eye and engage in discourse on contemporary art making. Come see the vital work produced from within the walls of the largest art center of its kind.

Cynthia Goodman Brantley | FAUX GEOMETRY & OTHER WORKS

October 12- 27th, 2014

Opening Reception: October 12th, 2014 from 12-5PM

Cynthia Goodman Brantley’s show is entitled: “Faux Geometry”. She Cynthia Brantley Occult Prison color pencilchose the word “Faux” carefully, for although the images are geometric, she hasn’t studied geometry and doesn’t use measurements or math as she works. Her ellipses are not necessarily geometrically correct nor her lines straight. This exhibition features cones, triangles and rods, developed from natural, as well as imaginary sources and investigates how color transitions across the surfaces of those forms. These geometric works are a departure from decades of figurative work, but still follow them in the same “Symbolist” tradition, serving as metaphors for her ideas.

In the Schmidt Gallery 2014

January 1-December 31, 2014

November: Corazon: From the Heart of Latin America, Photography by W.R. Stanton | For more information go to: www.mainpoint.com

December: TBA

The Green Wall 2014

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.