The Drift artist in residency program was implemented in 2019 and is a partnership between the Agnes Etherington Art Gallery at Queen’s University, the McDonald Institute and SNOLAB. The goal is to bring artists and researchers together to explore the search for dark matter.
Explore the online exhibition of Drift: Art and Dark Matter.
In this annual event, amateur and professional photographers are given the opportunity to explore some of the world’s particle physics labs. You can view some images from the 2018 SNOLAB Global Physics Photowalk event.
The LU SciArt Exhibition is an annual event that is part of Laurentian University’s Research Week. It features the creative work of students, faculty, community groups and artists that explore arts and science.