This year’s Pi Day (March 14, 2015) corresponds to the first five numerals of pi (3.1415).
To celebrate this happy numerological event, the Kuehne Physics Mathematics Astronomy Library will host a virtual exhibition on The Art of Pi, opening on Tuesday, March 10.
How to Participate
- Participation is limited to UT Austin students, faculty, and staff.
- Submissions can actually display some of the digits of pi or have been created using pi.
- While you retain ownership, by submitting artwork to this exhibition you grant unrestricted permission to the UT Libraries to display photos of your work in print and online. Should the UT Libraries choose to display your artwork, you will be credited as the creator.
- The UT Libraries reserves the right to decline to accept or display artworks.
- Email digital photos (attachment size limit is 20 MB) of your pi-related art—paintings, prints, knitting, crochet, embroidery, tattoos, sculptures, photographs, etc.—by Tuesday, March 3, 2015 to The Art of Pi, email@example.com
- For submissions to be accepted, your email MUST INCLUDE—
- Your name
- Your UT EID
- the medium (oil, crochet, etc.) of your work
- a brief description of your artwork and/or how you used pi in your creative process