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Life and Work on the Moon Contest
Author: Big Fat Prize
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Date: 04/15/2011 04:00
Prize URL: http://www.bigfatprize.com/prize/prize/life-and-work-on-the-moon-contest
Location: United States, Virginia, Hampton
Address: Mail Stop 218,NASA Langley Research Center,Hampton, VA 23681
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Prizes :
1 place: 1,000 USD


The National Aeronautics and Space Administration invites high school and college students from all areas of study to enter, including the arts, industrial design, architecture, computer design, and the fine arts. Students are asked to submit their work on the theme:  Life and Work on the Moon. Artists are encouraged to collaborate with science and engineering students.

2010 -2011 Academic Year

Submit art to represent future of flight, on Earth or in Space.

High School and College students, US and international

Prizes and exhibit opportunities

2010 - 2011 Contest at a Glance:

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration invites high school and college students from all areas of study to enter, including the arts, industrial design, architecture, computer design, and the fine arts. Students are asked to submit their work on the theme:  Future of Flight. Artists are encouraged to collaborate with science and engineering students. Any full time student can enter, regardless of major or area of study.

Entries will be accepted in four categories:  two-dimensional, three-dimensional, digital, literature (poetry and short stories) and video.  Entries will be evaluated on creativity, artistic qualities. Prizes include awards and exhibit opportunities. Entries are due no later than April 15, 2011.

  • We expect that winners will be announced in June of 2011.
  • All entries will initially be submitted digitally as 300 dpi jpeg images for traditional art and other file types for literature, music, and video.
  • An on-line gallery is planned for public viewing of the artwork.
  • Winners may be asked to ship their work to NASA for exhibit purposes.

Why is NASA sponsoring this contest?
It is our intention to provoke non-science and engineering students to think about the science and engineering required to achieve the future of flight both in space and on Earth.  It is also our intention to help the science and engineering communities appreciate valuable contributions from other communities, particularly the arts.   We hope to see outstanding student art work that will inspire this and future generations of explorers.

Please direct any questions to Dr. Elizabeth Ward at Elizabeth.B.Ward@nasa.gov

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