The Fermilab Arts and Lecture Series will become an "at home" series in July with live lectures and an art gallery talk presented on Zoom because of the pandemic.
According to a news release, all events are free with registration through the Arts and Lecture Series’ online ticketing.
More talks will be added to the series lineup in the coming months. Four talks have been scheduled, covering a variety of topics: mapping the colors of a nebula with an astrophotographer, discussing the science behind popular TV shows and movies, exploring the first few seconds of our universe’s existence, and puzzling over Einstein’s unfinished dream.
The release said the events can be viewed on any computer or smartphone. Registered attendees will receive an email notification with directions the day before and a link to the presentation. To register for the free events, use the online ticketing available through events.fnal.gov.