FERMILAB ARTS AND LECTURE SERIES
To purchase tickets for Arts and Lecture Series events, or for further information or telephone reservations, call 630-840-ARTS (1-800-840-2787) weekdays between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Phone reservations are held for five working days, but will be released for sale if not paid for within that time. Will-Call tickets may be picked up, or available tickets purchased, at the lobby box office on the night of the performance beginning at 7 p.m. When coming to this event, only the Pine Street entrance to Fermilab will be open. For more information, check out our web page at www.fnal.gov/culture.
A LIVING HISTORY of MARIE CURIE
Written and performed by Susan Frontzcak
Saturday, April 17, 2004
Tickets- $15 ($8 for ages 18 and under)
Imagine: You are not allowed to speak your language. Your home country forbids you to attend university. You have no money to attend college elsewhere. What are your chances for success?
In spite of these and other adversities, Marie Curie was the first woman to receive a doctorate in the sciences in Europe, the first woman to receive a Nobel Prize, the first person to receive a second Nobel Prize, and the first woman to teach at the Sorbonne in its 600-year history.
EINSTEIN'S UNFINISHED SYMPHONY:
SOUNDS FROM THE DISTANT UNIVERSE
Dr. Barry C. Barish, Professor of Physics, Caltech, and Director, LIGO Laboratory
Friday, April 23, 2004
The Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) at Caltech is an ambitious attempt to detect gravitation waves from some of the most spectacular phenomena in the universe: colliding black holes, supernovae and even relic waves from the big bang. LIGO and the first sounds of the universe from these instruments will be described. Dr. Barry Barish, Director of LIGO will discuss these events.
Saturday, May 15, 2004
Tickets- $25 ($13 for ages 18 and under)
Sam Bush has become synonymous with the Telluride Bluegrass Festival. Founder and driving force behind the legendary New Grass Revival, Bush's ability to make music that exceeds all expectations is evident from two projects just in the past year. Bluegrass Mandolin Extravaganza and Short Trip Home were nominated for Grammy Awards as Best Bluegrass Album and Best Classical Crossover Album, respectively.
Edwin Arko, PPD-Electrical Engineering Dept., ID 360, on May 28.
Richard Dice, PPD-Technical Centers, ID 1474, on April 1, 2004.
Carmenita Moore, CD-COMP, ID 05524N, on March 21.