Enter Now! Fermi Lab's Virtual Family Open House Seeks Art About Neutrinos
Accepted entries from Fermi Lab's Community Art Project Invitation will be featured in its virtual Open House running February 10-14, 2021
Batavia, IL…Love science? Love Art? Here’s your chance to combine the two in “Be a part of pARTicles”!
Your creativity could be displayed in the Fermi Lab's Virtual Art Gallery’s upcoming online exhibition exploring particles. Friday, January 22, 2021 is the deadline for submitting your original artwork. All ages are welcome to participate and there is no entry fee. See submission guidelines below.
If you don’t already know, Fermi Lab’s main focus is neutrinos. A neutrino is a subatomic particle similar to an electron and one of the most abundant particles in the universe. Fermi Lab and its scientific partners from across the world are researching these mysterious particles through many types of experiments.
So, fire-up your imagination first by learning more about the subject at
“All Things Neutrino” https://neutrinos.fnal.gov/
Your submitted original artwork must be digitally photographed and sent in .jpg format (preferred size 72 dpi, 2500 pixels on the longest side). It can be a drawing, sculpture, mixed media, painting, computer-generated art or other forms. Artists under the age of 18 must have a signature of a parent or legal guardian.
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