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A photographer appreciates a fellow artist’s work: This photographic detail of “Phage,” a Lichtenberg figure sculpture by Todd Johnson, was taken by Giulio Stancari. These Lichtenberg sculptures by Johnson are also known as shockfossils. You can see Johnson’s and other Fermilab staff’s artwork in the Fermilab Art Gallery.

Artist Chris Henschke’s latest piece inspired by particle physics machinery is the closest he’s gotten to the real thing.

From WDCB 90.9 FM, March 17, 2017: A sculptor from Geneva is the latest artist to become Fermilab’s artist in residence. WDCB’s Brian O’Keefe visits Jim Jenkins to talk about the mass of a snowflake, bone jazz and the inspiration of Robert Wilson.

The deadline is March 1st for the intent application!  You are encouraged to submit artwork that pertains to the idea of 50 years of science and art, though other artwork will be accepted.  March 22 drop off artwork between 8-11 a.m. Get more information and view the application. http://events.fnal.gov/art-gallery/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/EmployeeArt2017Final.pdf  

Do you have original artwork by Angela Gonzales that you are willing to loan to the Fermilab Art Gallery? If yes contact Georgia Schwender, georgia@fnal.gov. “A Lasting Mark: Artist Angela Gonzales at Fermilab 1967-1998” will be on display June 1 through Sept. 30.

Fermilab employees: We are now accepting submissions for the upcoming employee art show in the Fermilab Art Gallery. You are encouraged to submit artwork that pertains to the idea of 50 years of science and art, though other artwork will be accepted. March 1 submit intent application. March 22 drop off artwork between 8-11 a.m. Get more information and view the application

Ellen Sandor, Fermilab’s 2016 artist-in-residence, shines a new light on Fermilab’s neutrino research with her current exhibit at the Fermilab Art Gallery.