SciArt Exchange is the nonprofit team that founded and manages the Humans in Space Art Program and other contests. They invite participants to communicate creatively about the future of space and use their multimedia artwork in displays and performances that engage others. To date, they have inspired 1000’s of participants and over 1,000,000 in-person artwork viewers and listeners worldwide. Their mission is to bring together science, technology and art to promote education, innovation and collaboration. 


Other World Computing is the main 2019 contest sponsor.  For 30 years OWC, founded by Larry O'Connor, has been dedicated to helping tech enthusiasts and industry professionals do more and reach higher. Their trusted storage, connectivity, software and expansion solutions enable creative professionals, producers, educators and government entities to get the most out of their technology investments, protect valuable digital assets and expand their hardware’s capabilities to keep up with the demands and evolution of their work. Larry O’Connor, and his team, share a keen interest in space exploration, education, and global responsibility. 


Vortex Immersion Media is the main display sponsor. They operates the Vortex Dome, the first commercial immersive media production studio and events venue located in downtown Los Angeles. The Vortex Dome hosts a wide range of arts and entertainment co-productions including live stage shows, fine arts performances, live concerts in addition to immersive arts educational activities


Honeybee Robotics

Honeybee Robotics is a display sponsor. They are a proud supporter of NASA’s exploration missions. Their systems for drilling, coring, and physical sampling of Mars, the Moon, and asteroids are designed to support scientific inquiry and human exploration, and they have supplied critical technology for multiple NASA Mars missions, past and future.


Association of Space Explorers

The Association of Space Explorers is a display sponsor. They are an international nonprofit professional and educational organization of over 400 flown astronauts and cosmonauts from 37 nations. The organization will present the top Houston-area visual art at their 2019 annual meeting at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston.


Griffin Communications Group

The Griffin Communications Group works to create powerful, comprehensive communications programs for their clients that positively shape perceptions. Since 1997, they have delivered full-service brand management, media strategies and crisis communications programs for the aerospace, energy and manufacturing industries. Griffin is a long time supporter of SciArt Exchange and happy to support this years Greater Houston-area artwork tour.

The Lunar and Planetary Institute

The Lunar and Planetary Institute’s (LPI’s) mission is to advance understanding of the solar system by providing exceptional science, service, and inspiration to the world. As part of LPI’s mission, we are happy to work with SciArt Exchange to inspire the future.


Jacobs Engineering Group

Jacobs Engineering is a long time supporter of SciArt Exchange.


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