Fermilab Arts, Lecture and Gallery Series

The Fermilab Arts and Lecture Series serves as an open door between Fermilab and our neighboring communities by offering a diverse array of performing arts performances and lectures that celebrate the artistic and intellectual vision of the lab.

We have upgraded our ticketing system! It’s a new look and many behind the scenes enhancements to serve you better.

Your login is simply your email address, no password. As Internet Explorer is no longer a supported product you will need to use a browser such as Microsoft Edge, Chrome or Firefox and for Mac users, Safari.  You can install the browsers free of charge or, if you prefer, call the Box Office at 630-840-2787 to book your reservation.

Our patrons come from across the globe and our ticketing now supports countries all over the world.  When the world is back to in person events, tickets will be delivered electronically with your confirmation receipt.

Upcoming Events

Fabrics: The New Software – Virtual
Dr. Yoel Fink, MIT (Rescheduled)
May 21, 2021 @ 7:30 Central


In Case You Missed It…. Earlier Fermilab Arts & Lectures At Home Events Available!

Special Event:  What Can Wobbling Muons Tell Us About the Particles in our Universe: First Results from the Muon g-2 Experiment – Adam Lyon – April 17, 2021

Calling BS: The Art of Skepticism in a Data Driven World – Jevin West is now available online. – April 9, 2021

Graphic Talk About the Universe – Clifford Johnson is now available on Fermilab’s Youtube Channel. – March 27, 2021

The History of Art & Scienceis now available to stream, complete with closed captioning. – Feb. 14, 2021

Antimatter & Other Dark Mysteries by Gerald Gabrielse, Northwestern University is now available on Youtube, complete with closed captioning. – Feb. 9, 2021

Neutrino Music: A Composer’s Journey by Fermilab Guest Composer David Ibbett and Multiverse, assisted by Bonnie Fleming and Beth Sterling is now available on YouTube  – Dec. 8, 2020

How to Record A Ghost: Getting Data Out of Particle Physics Detectors by Wes Ketchum is now available on YouTube, complete with closed captioning. – Nov. 20, 2020

Particle Physics Just May Save Your Life: Practice Medical Applications Enabled by Fundamental Scientific Research by Fermilab Employees by Jennifer Raaf is now available on YouTube, complete with closed captioning. – Oct. 16, 2020

Understanding God’s Thoughts: Einstein’s Unfinished Dream by Don Lincoln is now available on YouTube, complete with closed captioning. – Sept. 11, 2021

At the Edge of Time: Exploring the Mysteries of the Universe’s First Seconds by Dan Hooper is now available on Youtube, complete with closed captioning. – Aug. 21, 2020

More Gallery Talks have been added to our At Home offerings!

 

 

Upcoming events

May 21, 2021, 7:30 pm US/Central
Dr. Yoel Fink, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Tickets: $4
Our clothes help define us, yet the fabrics we wear haven’t really evolved over much of human history. However recent breakthroughs in fiber material and fabric processing now allow us to design and produce fibers and fabrics that see, hear, sense, communicate, store and convert energy, regulate temperature, monitor health, and change color. In this talk Dr. Fink will discuss the use of diode fibers for creating fabric communications systems allowing the exchange of information between people and platforms using line of sight fabric based optical communications.