art show

From American University, September 6, 2022: Four years ago, artist Shanthi Chandrasekar exhibited at Fermilab which led to a collaboration with Michael Albrow at the American University in Washington, DC. From September 10 – December 11, 2022, Singularities and Infinities will be on display and is a juxtaposition of art and science. Together Shanthi Chandrasekar, an artist trying to capture the intricacies and wonders of the Universe, and Michael Albrow, an experimental physicist and science writer, seek to explain in a few words the science behind the workings of the Universe.

From Northern Public Radio (CA), July 7, 2021: Georgia Schwender, visual arts coordinator at Fermilab discusses the inclusion of art at Fermilab with Northern Public Radio. Santa Barbara resident Mark Hirsch was named the 2021 artist for the Fermilab artist-in-residence program. In his upcoming work, he will reimagine and translate the scientific data and discoveries into digital and physical forms that communicate the complexities that are inherent to the work occurring at Fermilab.

A landscape painting that is mosaic, almost batik-like, constructed of many small squares with circles circles inside them.

This year the Employee Art show will be virtual! This year the Employee Art Show will run Aug. 2 through Oct. 29. For the first time, it will be virtual. The theme is artwork that highlights the intersection between art and STEM. The deadline to submit two pieces of work is July 19. All ages of artists may submit.    

Photo of metal sculpture (described in caption) sitting on the floor in front of two black-and-white photos of plants hung on a gallery wall.

William Gatfield’s water feature sculpture from 2005 Employee Art Show, includes koi, dragonfly and waterlilies in a pool of circulating water with colored lights. The 2021 Employee Art Show will be virtual and will run Aug. 2 through Oct. 29.

First Virtual Employee Art Show 2021 Exhibition Dates August 2 – October 29 Eligibility:  Any current Fermilab or DOE employee, visiting scientist or graduate student, retired employee, contractor, volunteer for Fermilab, and/or any member of his or her immediate family may exhibit in the Employee Art Show. Theme: Artwork that highlights the intersection between art and STEM. Submit artwork using this google form before July 19 at midnight CT Two entries per person; original artwork only. All ages welcome. For questions…

Mark your calendars! The first virtual employee art show 2021 will be online August 2 – October 29. We will begin taking submissions July 1 through July 19, through a link, supplied at a later date.

The Employee Art Show will be deinstalled on Monday, March 16, 8 a.m. – 11 a.m. Please stop by before then to take one last look, and to pick up your art work. Thanks everyone for participating!