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.
The artist talk with Jane Barthes originally scheduled for Jan. 30 is canceled due to predicted inclement weather that day.
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.
In a new series of exhibits in the Fermilab Art Gallery, the Fermilab Archives will feature influential works loaned by the private collection of a Fermilab scientist. It kicks off with the current exhibit, which features works from the 17th and 18th centuries. Each display, which will rotate approximately once a month, will consist of several volumes illustrating a common theme in the evolution of physics.
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.
The Employee Art Show will be on display October 4 through November 29, the reception is on October 10th from 5-7pm. All are welcomed. If you would like to participate fill out this form by September 14 and mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or MS 232. Then bring your artwork to the Art Gallery on October 1st 8am-11am. Hope to see your artwork.
On Monday, Feb. 26, at noon in the Fermilab Art Gallery, Fermilab artist-in-residence Jim Jenkins will give an informal gallery talk. The exhibit is on display until March 6. This is a wonderful opportunity to interact with our latest artist-in-residence and to get a sense of how he understands science at Fermilab. With only a few weeks left before Jenkins’s exhibit concludes, it’s good to take advantage of his final talk: Learn how Fermilab science looks through an artist’s eyes.
From WDCB’s First Light, Jan. 21, 2018: Fermilab’s 2017 artist-in-residence Jim Jenkins discusses a number of his pieces, now on display in the Fermilab Art Gallery, including his snowflake detector. Director Nigel Lockyer and Curator Georgia Schwender talk about the importance of art to understanding science.