Events

Come join the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists and its partners (art)n, Weinberg/Newton Gallery, the Terra Foundation of American Art, and Art Design Chicago, and take a virtual reality tour through the Doomsday Clock, where you will traverse a geopolitical landscape of nuclear risk, climate change and disruptive technologies starting in 1947 through today.

The exhibit will be open for eight days in May, and you can view it by contacting the Gallery. Or, join us for one of the two events listed below. RSVP so we know you’re coming. See you soon!

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Opening reception and book signing
Weinberg/Newton Gallery
300 W Superior Street, Suite 203
Chicago, IL 60654
Friday, May 11th, 5 pm to 8 pm, RSVP required
The opening reception for It is two minutes to midnight. Works in the exhibition include PHSColograms and VR experiences made in honor of Martyl Langsdorf, the late designer of the Doomsday Clock, and include a new piece produced in collaboration with Carolina Cruz-Neira.

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The Art and Design of the Doomsday Clock
Weinberg/Newton Gallery
300 W Superior Street, Suite 203
Chicago, IL 60654
Tuesday, May 15th, Reception: 5 pm to 6 pm; Program: 6 pm to 8 pm, RSVP required

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Turn Back the Clock
Ongoing until Spring 2018
Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago
Please click here for more information.