Future Exhibits

Secrets (no one has to know)

May 10- June 29, 2014

Opening Reception: Friday May 9, 2014, 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Mine, yours, ours, a family’s, or a town’s… reveal the dirty, traumatic, painful, or pleasant unadmitted memories that mean something only to you. Long-buried or recently discovered places, furtive pleasures, lies or beautiful treasures, like little vows, kept hidden until the time is ripe for forgotten faces and lost worlds to emerge from a fog. No one has to know, but all want to see. Share your secrets with us.   Works of every medium will be included in this exhibition judged by James Patrick Reid Fine Arts faculty at FIT in New York City, the Art Sudents League, and the New York Academy of Art; it is a multi-faceted event including painting, fiber, sculpture, video, mixed media and design.

Converging Thoughts, Lee Lovett & Roberta Little

May 10 - June 29, 2014

Opening Reception: Friday May 9, 2014, 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Lee Lovett and Roberta Little merge their artistic views in an exhibit entitled Converging Thoughts. Joined together from different directions, ideas and mental images have been contemplated, conceived and created in each artist’s series of paintings or sculptures that complement one another in this collaborative effort. Natural elements, words, ideas, spirits, expressing our history and inner being are all embodied in these works. Roberta Little graduated with a BS in Art Education from Miami University of Ohio. Her professional career as an artist/craftsman has spanned forty years. Lee Lovett lives and works in Lancaster, PA. She graduated from Rhode Island School of Design with a BFA. She is currently Gallery Director at Red Raven Art Co. in Lancaster, PA.

Ways of Making, an Exploration through Glass

July 5 - August 24, 2014

Opening Reception: Friday, July 11, 2014, 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Ways of Making is a group exhibition devoted to the topic of process and technique featuring the work of contemporary glass artists across the country. This show will represent various approaches to working with hot glass as a material and the wide range of possibilities involved with the different processes and techniques. Some of the techniques include cane working, mold blowing, casting, hot sculpting, stemware, and mixed media.

Ways of Making, an Exploration through Clay

July 5 - August 24, 2014

Opening Reception: Friday, July 11, 2014, 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Ways of Making is a group exhibition devoted to the topic of process and technique featuring the work of contemporary ceramic artists across the country. This show celebrates the variety, vitality and possibilities clay offers as a material. Some fabrication techniques include wheel throwing, hand building and slip casting. Together as a group they represent different ways of making with a broad range of processes, materials and practices.

Katherine Fraiser

August 30 - October 26, 2014

Opening Reception: Friday, Sept 12, 2014, 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Winner of GoggleWorks 2013 Juried Show HOME, Katherine Fraiser is a Philadelphia area artist specializing in large-scale oil paintings. She says of her work, “Life often strikes me as a string of moments, like a series of film stills, in which we observe ourselves. I paint people experiencing these moments of profound self-awareness and growth, when the rest of the world drops away and we are left bare.” Her paintings have the visceral quality of memories or dreams, where the imagery is reduced to the essential. Fraiser holds a Certificate from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and is a Magna Cum Laude BFA graduate of the University of Pennsylvania.

Lucy Gans, The Artist in Spite of Herself

August 30 - October 26, 2014

Opening Reception, Friday, September 12, 2014, 5:30-7:30 p.m.

The relationship between image and text is one that occupies Lucy Gans’ work. She uses her own face and body as a stand-in for all women, so they are not really “self” portraits.  The subject of her work for the past seven years has been violence and injustices committed against women and girls. “I use drawing and printmaking as a way to negotiate my way through some of the irreconcilable differences I encounter in human behavior.”

Gans teaches at Lehigh University where she is also an affiliated faculty member in the women’s studies program. She earned her MFA from Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY and her BFA from Lake Erie College, Painesville, OH. She studied at the Art Students League, NY, NY

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.

In the Schmidt Gallery 2014

January 1-December 31, 2014

May: Bruce Becker’s Warehouse 4th Annual Student Exhibit
Opening Reception: Friday, May 2, 5-8PM
Showing through May 26
Bev Bansner, Polly Betsh, Eric Bluestone, Marissa Bluestone, Audrey A. Bordonaro, Mary Burke, Kathy Charney, Juli Cleaver, Janet Derstine, Lois Dieffenbach, Crystal Domino, Jo Frable, Janette Ghattas, Michael Good, Susan Goodling, Deb Hottenstein, Madelyn Huber, Michele Kulp, Sabra Lantz, Eileen Nicotra, Tara Porter, Nancy Rinehart, Lauren Runkle,Kris Miller-Siple, Ray Smith, Sylvia Umberger, Mike Weaver
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June: GoggleWorks Wood Studios Exhibit

July: GoggleWorks Wood Studios Exhibit

August: TBA

September: Hawk Mountain 80th Anniversary– Seasons of Hawk Mt

October: Cynthia Goodman Brantley

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.