WELCOME TO THE MOON

Fifty years after humans first set foot on the Moon, people across the world are building on the small steps and giant leaps of the past to go further, opening space for more people and more missions. Every day, the Moon grows closer to those of us who dare to dream, explore, and solve problems. What was once impossible is becoming probable, and soon, it will become ordinary. We are going to the Moon to stay and to set our sights on even bigger dreams.

BE INSPIRED

 

The 2019 international & Greater Houston Humans in Space Youth Art Competition is now closed.

Subscribe to hear about open contests at: http://www.sciartex.net/subscribe.html

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WHAT WILL PEOPLE DO ON THE MOON?

We called on the generation who will take the next giant steps into space. Young people between 10-18 years old were invited to help shape ideas for the future of space exploration with the international Humans In Space Youth Art Competition. Youth from 36 countries created visual, literary, musical and video artwork about “What will people do on the Moon, and why is it important.” The results were out of this world!

See the winning international artwork in our online gallery

See photos of the Humans in Space Art Celebration to kickoff the Moon Youth Art Competition tour. Contact us if you would like to host a tour event!

A special extended opportunity for Greater Houston area youth, supported by the Association for Space Explorers (ASE), is also now closed. Youth were invited to create 2-dimensional visual artwork that expressed their ideas and inspiration for a new generation living, working and doing science on the Moon. Winning artwork will be displayed at the annual ASE Reception held at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston (MFAH) in October 2019.  The top artists in each age group (10-13 and 14-18 years old) will also be invited to the MFAH reception to meet astronauts from around the world.

CONTEST DETAILS

 
 
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