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Send your students' artwork into space!

Boeing and Space Foundation created Art in the Stars to allow student artists to do just that!

All eligible submissions will digitally travel to space aboard the Boeing CST-100 Starliner. Every student will receive an official “Certificate of Flight" to proudly show that their artwork traveled to the stars and back!

Student artists, aged 3 to 18, are invited to participate by creating and submitting original, space-oriented artwork based on the theme. Make sure to check out the full list of Showcase Entry Rules.

The deadline to submit artwork is December 16th, 2022 at 6:01:00 p.m. EST.

Click the following links for the downloadable Flyer and Participation Certificate. 

Theme:

Breaking Boundaries in Space

Space unites and inspires people. It ignites a passion to explore, a desire to learn, and an excitement that is shared by all races, nationalities, and cultures.  Space travel brings people together around a common mission. Exploring the Moon, Mars, and the stars beyond requires the talents and teamwork of people from every background.

Create and submit original artwork. Submissions should answer the question, "Which historical space pioneer inspires you?" Consider the diverse historical figures who broke boundaries to become a “first” or blazed trails for those who came after them.

Visit our FAQs page for helpful information and a classroom-based lesson plan.

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Latest Contest Entries:

andrew

Country: United Kingdom State/Province: Nottingham Age Category: 17-18 Years Old Inspired by: Mars Viking Probe

Gus

Country: United States
State/Province: Missouri
Age Category: 5-6 Years Old
Inspired by: James Webb

Raiden

Country: United States
State/Province: California
Age Category: 9-10 Years Old
Inspired by: Jessica Meir and Christina Koch

Michael

Country: United States
State/Province: California
Age Category: 9-10 Years Old
Inspired by: Jessica Meir and Christina Koch