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  • Feb. 10 - Feb. 14, 2021, 11:00 am

Community Project for the Fermilab Virtual Family Open House Feb. 10-14, 2021

No matter your age, your creativity may be displayed in the Fermilab Virtual Art Gallery! We welcome you to take part in Fermilab’s online exhibition exploring particles.

Fermilab’s main focus is neutrinos; these tiny particles surround us, go through us, and may be a key to why we exist. Fermilab and its partners from across the world are learning about these mysterious particles through experiments that include the Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment, an international flagship experiment hosted by Fermilab.

Get inspired and create some art that could be anything that can be digitally photographed and sent in .jpg format (preferred size 72 dpi, 2500 pixels on the longest side).  This could include drawing, sculpture, mix media, painting, computer-generated art or any other type of art.

Interested to learn more?

A good starting point is All Things Neutrino at https://neutrinos.fnal.gov/. You can learn what a neutrino is, where they come from, the mysteries surrounding them, and why scientists study them.  You can learn about the Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment and the people who work on it at https://lbnf-dune.fnal.gov/.

  • It is free for everyone to submit. One submission per person is allowed. Original artwork only. All ages welcome.
  • You can submit your artwork to art@fnal.gov any time starting now; the deadline is Friday, Jan. 22, 2021.
  • Please write pARTicles in the subject line; include your name, city and state where you live. You may also include title and a short description of your work, though this is not necessary.

Your art submission allows Fermilab to use your image on Fermilab’s website and for other purposes, including promotional purposes at any time. Submission of your art is a certification that the art is your original work and is not copied or reproduced from any other source. Artists under the age of 18 must have a signature of parent or legal guardian. Fermilab reserves the right to not include in the Virtual Art Gallery any image that is not original, that is found offensive or for any other reason.

Your art may be part of a virtual art gallery.

We look forward to your artwork Being a part of pARTicles.