Program Goals

  • Present works combining art, science, and culture in presenting astronomy
  • Provide different perspectives on the intersection of art and science
  • Present astronomy as the source of inspiration in art and culture
  • Provide a residency program for artists to make use of AWB's community and resources in creating unique works of art

Latest News

Sep 13

Eclipse Watcher’s Haiku (5-7-5)

by Robert Wilcox, Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A.

(This came about when one of our club members was in Nashville.She remarked at how loud the crickets got at totality. A local native admonished her that those weren't crickets,... Read More..

Sep 13

Cimmerian Realm

by Harley White

IRAS satellite in its pics took vision strange and eerie which has the power to transfix imaginations dreary. This portrait of the haunting view evoked hallucination of realm macabre through... Read More..

Sep 11

Wearing Strange Glasses

by Scot Siegel, Portland, Oregon, U.S.A.

Editor's note: Both the poem and the photo (natural "pinhole projections" of the partially eclipsed Sun, filtered through gaps in tree-leaves) are by Scot Siegel. He is the author of... Read More..

Sep 01

Eclipse Facts and Fancies

by Harley White

When the Moon moves between the Earth and Sun then comes a rare happening that can stun, above all a syzygy alliance, the term from the Greek in astro-science. Once... Read More..

Aug 20

Total Solar Eclipse Poem 2

Dr. Satyendra Bhandari, India

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Aug 20



Great plans emerge for the eclipse to come Anticipation flows as the time grows near. Many will journey across the land to the eclipse path they hold so dear. A... Read More..