June 30 – September 24, 2017

opening reception
Thursday, June 29

6:30–7pm
Lecture, Jay Pasachoff
Field Memorial Professor of Astronomy,
Williams College, Massachusetts

7–9pm
Wine Reception

art
Lita Albuquerque
Howard Russell Butler
Russell Crotty
Stephen Dankner
Rosemarie Fiore
Michael C. McMillen
Étienne Léopold Trouvelot
Jacqueline Woods

science
The Caltech Archives
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Carnegie Observatories
Lick Observatory
The Huntington Library
Goddard Space Flight Center
The Museum of Jurassic Technology

natural phenomena
A Solar Eclipse, 2017
An annex to the exhibition, the solar eclipse will appear throughout the United States on Monday, August 21, 2017. View it from your location, using proper eye protection.

co-curated by
Stephen Nowlin
Jay Pasachoff
Anthony Misch

in association with
Roberta J.M. Olson

Alyce de Roulet Williamson Gallery
ArtCenter College of Design
1700 Lida Street (Hillside Campus)
Pasadena, California 91103

626 396-2446

gallery hours
Tuesday through Sunday, 12–5pm
Friday, 12–9pm
Closed Mondays and holidays

acknowledgements
A deep appreciation is extended to the artists, lenders, organizations, and contributors who have given of their time and abilities to help construct the ECLIPSE project: co-curator Jay Pasachoff, Field Memorial Professor of Astronomy at Williams College, who first proposed the idea of this exhibition, and writer Naomi Pasachoff; Anthony Misch, Director, Lick Observatory Historical Collections Project; Roberta J.M. Olson, Curator of Drawings, New-York Historical Society; Lita Albuquerque, artist; Russell Crotty, artist; Stephen Dankner, artist; Genna Duberstein, Heliophysics Lead Multimedia Producer, Goddard Space Flight Center; Rosemarie Fiore, artist; Cynthia Hunt, Carnegie Observatories; The Huntington Library Rare Books Collection; Kathy Leacock, the Buffalo Museum of Science; Paulett C. Liewer, Shigeru Suzuki and team, Jet Propulsion Laboratory; Mariella Soprano, the Caltech Archives; Von Lintel Gallery, Los Angeles; David Wilson and Hana van der Steur, The Museum of Jurassic Technology; Jacqueline Woods, artist; Ellie Eisner, Winnie Li, Michelle Lin, Scott Taylor, Mike Winder, and the entire ArtCenter Marketing and Communications Department; Williamson Gallery Associate Curator Julian Goldwhite and the Exhibitions installation team; ...and the eclipse-producing physics of the Universe.
—Stephen Nowlin, Director, Williamson Gallery