Here are the winners of the GAM 2017 contest! Congratulations to all! Click on each to enlarge them. Young Children category: Kaashvi Malhotra Ice Cream Seller 1st place G.D. Goenka Public School,India Shaniza Nafees Beautiful Moon In Blue 2nd Place GD Goenka Public School, India Varsha Angry Red Planet-Mars 3rd Place GD Goenka Public School, India Youth category Sutriya Dhruv Sanjaybhai 1st place PP Savani International School, India Eva Sachdeva Insight into the Universe 2nd Place India Aakarsh Achhra Reaching Beyond Space 3rd Place India Teen category Nicules Holtmann Johannesburg Starry Night 1st place South Africa Guransh Singh The Diverse...

Light is source of life and synonymous with energy. 
 Light is richness, and what guides the traveler in the night.
 Light is the main element of Serasini's work. “There is nothing more globalized then the sky in the night. Do we really need the stars? Or they are like ancient cults of forgotten gods, overtaken, buried by new cults and new gods? Only in empty spaces, as the desert or the sea, it is perhaps still possible to feel their presence”, the artist reflects. Two complementary forces drive Serasini: the writer and scientist, two faces of the same creative...

Dear friends, Stefano Giovanardi and Angelina Yershova are back to tell you about the most recent production of the Astroconcert project. You may agree with us that the sight of the Northern Lights that inspired “Aurora Borealis” could easily be labeled among the most magnificent sights the sky can offer to a human eye. Likewise, the apparition of a comet can sometimes produce a similar, longstanding impression: any passionate skywatcher will never be able to forget the magic beauty of memorable comets like Hyakutake, Hale Bopp and Mc Naught. Add to a comet's legendary charme the thrill that was spread...

Here we are, for the second installment as Astro Artists of the month: let's pick up the story from where we left it in the previous post. After the “early works” from 2009 to 2011, the Astroconcert project evolved toward new stylistic nuances with two new productions, over the years 2013 and 2015. In this post we will talk about the first one, leaving the other for our next installment. Yet, both of them represent our attempt in defining different possibilities to obtain a fine tuning between music and narration: in fact, Angelina Yershova introduced new variations in her musical...

Dear Astronomers Without Borders, nice to meet all of you from the pages of this blog! We really appreciate this opportunity to talk about our project as Astro Artists of the Month. As we share with you a passion for astronomy and space, in the following posts we will try to give you the flavor of our efforts in communicating the essence of its beauty and the emotions raised by exploring and understanding the cosmos. Our goal is not educational, rather it is an attempt to elicit an individual awareness of our cosmic citizenship. Music and storytelling are the keys...

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Astronomers Without Borders' AstroCrafts web blog presented by Kathleen Horner will share a unique variety of creative, educational and fun astronomy-related crafts inspired by the cosmos in which we live. The AstroCrafts page projects will be presented periodically throughout the year for the whole family that involves hands on arts and crafts that will teach us about the wonders of our universe.  The projects are especially a great resource for schools and other organizations, too.  The AstroCrafts projects is another way we can discover our own inner artist and find personal expression of what we see and feel in the cosmic life that is all around us.