A Swedish university tapped the founding director of CERN’s artist-in-residence program to curate a new art exhibit inspired by physics. The pieces are not literal translations of physics concepts to other media or illustrations of physics principles or phenomena. Physics was a spark for the artists, sometimes very clearly and sometimes more tangentially.
Join us on Wednesday March 6 from 5-7pm in the Art Gallery for the opening reception of “Studio Conversations, mixed media by Mary Bookwalter, Janice Meister and Carol Weber.
Fermi Community Orchestra concert Sunday, February 24, 2019, 7:00 pm Batavia United Methodist Church, 8 N. Batavia Ave, Batavia Free admission, reception to follow. Several Fermilab people are orchestra members! 2019-02-20_5c6dd0150d4ac_fermi-comm-orch-24feb-2
Update: THE TALK HAS BEEN CANCELED DUE TO PREDICTED INCLEMENT WEATHER ON JAN. 30. Join us in the Art Gallery at noon on Wednesday January 30 to hear about the process and inspiration behind the large paintings currently on display.
From Cinema Blend, Jan. 17, 2019: As the episode opens, Amy and Sheldon are filming Fun with Flags, and when Amy goes to check comments on her phone she sees that they’ve gotten a comment from Fermilab, the particle physics and accelerator laboratory in Chicago, letting them know that a team of scientists has confirmed their theory with an experiment.
From Voyage Chicago, Dec. 6, 2018: Georgia Schwender, Fermilab Art Gallery curator, talks about creating art, curating a gallery, and founding the lab’s artist-in-residence program.