Exhibit: Economy of We by Caroline Woolard

November 13—November 30, 2012, Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu 10:00 am-5:00 pm
November 13—November 30, 2012, Fridays 10:00 am-3:00 pm
This event does NOT occur on:
November 22—November 23

Student Union Art Gallery

Room: 326

UMass Amherst Campus

Handicap access available
Free admission
Theresa Antonellis

Theresa Antonellis, Director

The Student Union Art Gallery Presents

Economy of We by Caroline Woolard

Caroline Woolard is a Fellow at Eyebeam Art and Technology Center, teaches at the New School, and co-organizes a studio-space for 30 artists in Brooklyn. Woolard is a co-founder of OurGoods.org and Trade School. OurGoods.org links creative people to exchange skills, spaces, and objects in the service of independent projects. OurGoods.org is supported by the Rockefeller Foundation Cultural Innovation Fund.  Trade School is a barter-based learning platform that began in New York in 2010 and now runs in Edinburgh, Guadalajara, Jamaica, London, Leon, Milan, New Delhi, San Francisco, and Singapore. Caroline has presented this work at the Smithsonian, the Whitney Museum, The Queens Museum, the Museum of Art and Design, the Museum of Modern Art, Sotheby’s, Portland State University, California College of the Arts, the New School for Social Research and MIT’s Center for Civic Media.


Please join us for the opening reception that will take place Tuesday, November 27th from 5-7pm, which will also include an artist’s talk.


The UMass Arts Council, the Student Government Association, and the Graduate Student Senate sponsor the Student Union Art Gallery. All events held at the Student Union Art Gallery are free and open to the public.  The gallery is located on the South Side of the Student Union Building, across from Earth Foods and the Cape Cod Lounge, in the central area of the UMass campus.


 Monday – Thursday  10 – 5

Fridays 10 – 3



The Student Union Art Gallery is located at the center of the UMass Amherst campus, on the south side of the Student Union building facing the pond. Is is a short walk from the campus garage.