From the Illinois Science Council, Aug. 9, 2021: Fermilab’s first artist-in-residence, Lindsay Olson, describes her first days working at Fermilab where her work took her into the tunnels and research areas of the lab to make art out of science.
From WDCB’s First Light, Nov. 17, 2019: It’s hard to imagine the number of experiments that have been conducted and the discoveries made at Fermilab over its more than 50-year history. Fermilab photographer Reidar Hahn, who had rare access to many of those tests and scientific advances for more than 30 years of the lab’s life, is preparing to step down. Hear what Hahn, Fermilab Director Nigel Lockyer and Fermilab Art Gallery curator Georgia Schwender have to say about Hahn’s work in this 14-minute piece.
Please join us for the artist reception this Friday 5-7 p.m. for Reidar Hahn.
Join us today in the Art Gallery at noon for a Gallery Talk by Shanthi Chandrasekar and at 5-7pm for the Opening Reception of Cosmic Design. Chandrasekar states, “Curiosity has been my driving force, leading me to ask questions about everything around me. This has led to my constant exploration and experimentation of ideas and thoughts based on scientific and philosophical enquiry. Combining scientific facts and theories with my wild imagination has been fruitful in creating artwork that questions our…
Join us in the Art Gallery on Friday, May 31, from 5-7 p.m. for the reception of Adam Nadel, artist-in-residence 2018. The Friday wine-and-cheese, which usually takes place at 3:30 p.m., is rescheduled for 5 p.m.
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.