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Humans in Space Youth Art Competition
Astronauts and aliens play soccer in space
'Universe Championship.'
Image Credit: Asli Soyer, Finalist in the 2010 Competition

The International Humans in Space Youth Art Competition invites students ages 10-18 to share their ideas about the future of human space exploration through visual, literary, musical or digital art. The theme for the contest is “How do humans use science and technology to explore space, and what mysteries will we uncover?”

This competition encourages youth to “be inspired, creative and heard,” and aims to enhance awareness, interest in and support for manned space flight; the youth of today will be engaged in helping shape the future of space exploration.

The winning artworks will be on showcased at displays and multimedia performances worldwide from 2013 to 2014, in addition to an online gallery. To see a full schedule of events for this competition, see here: Schedule

*NEW: A few select winning artworks will be displayed in orbit on the International Space Station!

See here for more program details: http://www.lpi.usra.edu/humansinspaceart/index.shtml.en