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

Jul 03

Hubble’s Jewel Bug

by Harley White

Seldom are insects my poetry themes though butterflies have been versified twice, but the jewel bug is a type that gleams with hues iridescent to eyes entice. These Scutelleridae have...

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Jul 03

For Global Astronomy Month 2020 (139): Inertia (12)

By Andrei Dorian Gheorghe (text) and Valentin Grigore (photos)

PENUMBRAL LUNAR ECLIPSE OVER TARGOVISTE (June 5, 2020)

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Jul 02

For Global Astronomy Month 2020 (138): Inertia (11)

By Andrei Dorian Gheorghe (text and photos) and Florin Alexandru Stancu (design)

FRAGMENTS OF WORLD Astro-photo-poem (cosmopoem) by Andrei Dorian Gheorghe Four centuries ago. “And yet it moves!” said Galileo about the Earth and its revolution. May 20 - June 6, 2020,...

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Jul 01

For Global Astronomy Month 2020 (137): Inertia (10)

By Andrei Dorian Gheorghe (text) and Valentin Grigore (photos)

Indubitably, for those who don't forget that the Universe is larger, the Moon has a varied capacity of seduction…

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Jun 30

For Global Astronomy Month 2020 (136): Inertia (9)

By Andrei Dorian Gheorghe (text and photos) and Florin Alexandru Stancu (design)

ASTRONOMICAL SPIRES Astro-photo-poem (cosmopoem) by Andrei Dorian Gheorghe The spire of a church can show an imaginary closed sky, while the cupola of an observatory can show a real open...

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Jun 29

For Global Astronomy Month 2020 (135): Inertia (8)

By Andrei Dorian Gheorghe (text) and Valentin Grigore (photos)

ABOUT GALACTIC BEINGS AND A VERY AWAITED COMET (C/2017 T2 PanSTARRS) CLOSE TO M81 AND M82

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