The Humans in Space Art Program and NASA’s International Space Station Program have teamed up to launch the international Humans in Space Art Challenge. How will humans use space science and technology to benefit humanity?
College students and early career professionals are invited to ponder this question and to express an answer creatively in a video less than three minutes long. Video artwork can be of any style, featuring original animation, sketches, music, live action drama, poetry, dance, Rube Goldberg machines, apps, etc.
Younger students may also participate, but all artwork will be judged in one age category.
Individuals or teams of participants should include one clear reference to the International Space Station in their videos, and may use space station footage if desired.
An interdisciplinary team of space representatives and art experts will evaluate the videos. NASA and the Humans in Space Art program will make the highest scoring artwork visible worldwide through online and local touring events. NASA will also take the winning video on a trip into orbit on the International Space Station, and provide montages with flown patches for winners.
Submissions must be received by Nov. 15, 2014.
For additional information and a complete list of guidelines, visit http://www.lpi.usra.edu/humansinspaceart/challenge/.
Inquiries about this opportunity should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.