Join NASA's International Space Station Program and Humans in Space Art in a journey of exploration. Interested college students and early career professionals worldwide are invited to influence the future of life on Earth and human space exploration. Individuals and teams should submit a three minute video capturing their visions of "How will space, science and technology benefit humanity?" Video artwork may be any style. Younger participants may submit a video, but artwork from artists of all ages will be judged together. The individual or team that creates the first place overall video will be awarded $5000 by the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS), and winning artwork will be given worldwide visibility and flown in orbit on the International Space Station. Entries are due November 15, 2014. Visit www.HumansInSpaceArt.org and select "Challenge" for details.
Please share this information with interested artists, teachers, parents, etc. A printable poster is also available on the website.
The Humans in Space Art - Video Challenge Organizers
- Competition closes Nov. 15. Announcement of winners March 2015.
- Celebrity Judges to be announced soon.
- $5000 award and video flown in space.
Some relevant resources:
- Website http://www.lpi.usra.edu/humansinspaceart/challenge/
- Posters in multiple languages http://www.lpi.usra.edu/humansinspaceart/challenge/poster/
- Promotional video http://bit.ly/1xJRTuX
- Facebook www.facebook.com/HumansInSpaceArt and https://www.facebook.com/events/316493981855166/?ref=22
- Twitter @SpaceArtLPI and #HISAChallenge and #spaceart
- Instagram http://instagram.com/humansinspaceart
- Email Contact: email@example.com
- JSC Features article 9-24-14: https://jscfeatures.jsc.nasa.gov/pages.ashx/146/Artistry+in+action+video+challenge+How+will+space+benefit+humanity
Nasa.gov ISS Research and Technology Article 9-24-14: