art@CMS was proud to present artworks from six exciting and new collaborations between international artists and CMS scientists. Combining everything from traditional painting to sound sculptures to music performance, “Circulez” celebrated the restart of the LHC as the CMS experiment …
One festival, six days, 33,000 visitors!
Art@CMS was fully present at a CERN 60 exhibition hosted at the Stables of the Academy Palace in Brussels, Belgium, illustrating the history of CERN. Learn more about the event here.
An Art@CMS show with works of collaborating artists and student groups from ECOLINT and IPAC Genève took place in CERN Point 5 in Cessy France, during the CMS Open Days, attracting 4,000 visitors, including students and general public, from the …
750 members of the CMS collaboration visited the Art@CMS vernissage that took place on 25 June 2014 in CERN Point 5 in Cessy, France, during the CMS week.
An Art@CMS group exhibition took place in the Congress Palace in Valencia, Spain, in the framework of the International Conference of High Energy Physics 2014 (ICHEP 2014), the biggest global gathering of particle physicists.
Between 13 and 31 July 2014, around 1,000 people visited the Callahan Arts Center of St. Francis College in New York, USA, to explore the intersections of particle physics and art in the works of Xavier Cortada, Chris Henschke and Michael Hoch.
More than 2,000 people visited the Art@CMS exhibition in the Gallerie Fotoklul of Palazzo Milesi in Split, Croatia, from 29 September to 6 October 2014.
More than 3,500 people, including many school students, visited the “Sense of Universe” exhibition hosted in the Earth & Man museum in Sofia, Bulgaria. This Art@CMS exhibition also included talks by members of CMS on high-energy physics and art.