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Third-grader Maria Esperanza Castro Torres of San Cristóbal, Venezuela, drew this picture of a neutrino interaction in the NOvA detector as part of a school project, working with NOvA scientist Mayly Sanchez of Iowa State University. NOvA, neutrino, art Image: María Esperanza Castro Torres

Third-grader María Esperanza Castro Torres of San Cristóbal, Venezuela, drew this picture of a neutrino interaction in the NOvA detector as part of a school project, working with NOvA scientist Mayly Sanchez of Iowa State University.

A recent coyote Photo of the Day triggered the artist's memory another photo, published in the former Fermilab Today in 2007, by Greg Vogel. It inspired this quick sketch way back then. Hey kids, get out your colored pencils! art, wildlife, animal, mammal, coyote Drawing: Michael Tartaglia

A recent coyote Photo of the Day triggered the artist’s memory another photo, published in the former Fermilab Today in 2007, by Greg Vogel. It inspired this quick sketch way back then. Hey kids, get out your colored pencils!

From WDCB’s First Light, Jan. 19, 2020: In this 13-minute radio piece, First Light host chats with Fermilab’s newest artists-in-residence Patrick Gallagher and Chris Klapper during their visit to the lab. While the science being done at Fermilab is amazing, if you’re not a particle physicist, that work can be difficult to understand. Making it understandable is one of the goals of the artist-in-residence program.

Where Art & Science Collide – Employee Art Show 2020 Don’t forget to drop your artwork in the Art Gallery on Wednesday, Jan. 8, from 8-10 a.m. The reception is on Wednesday, Jan. 15, 5-7 p.m. Hope to see you!