2018 LEONARDO DA VINCI SPACE ARTS AWARDS II & VIP RECEPTION

Saturday, May 27, 2018, 6:00 – 7:00 pm

Sheraton Gateway Ballroom at LAX

 
In honor of the great artist and scientist whose visions of flight inhabits our minds and whose first observations of light reflected from the Moon gave reverberant and reflective deep-space consciousness to us.
Leonardo Da Vinci Space Arts Awards II

Leonardo Da Vinci Space Arts Awards II

Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Leonardo The International Society of Arts, Science and Technology and the 40th Anniversary of Launch of Voyager during the proceedings of International Space Development Conference 2018 Sponsored by the National Space Society, May 24-27, 2018, Sheraton Gateway Hotel, LAX
 
ZGAC STEAM SCREEN – ISDC 2018
Saturday, May 27, 2018, 9:30 – 11:30 pm, Sheraton Gateway Ballroom at LAX
GREETINGS FROM EARTH – WORLD PREMIERE MOVIES
Inspired by the 1977 Voyager Golden Record Content and the ISDC 2018 Theme ‘Space Travel: Putting People Into Space’
 
with special events including Celestine Star and Golden Star Productions – VoyagerVJ Live – Saturday, May 26, 2017, 5:00 – 6:00 pm
 
2018 LEONARDO DA VINCI SPACE ARTS AWARDS II & VIP RECEPTION
Saturday, May 27, 2018, 6:00 – 7:00 pm
 
In honor of the great artist and scientist whose visions of flight inhabits our minds and whose first observations of light reflected from the Moon gave reverberant and reflective deep-space consciousness to us.
 
These honors were first awarded during the proceedings of the Space Arts Track of the 25th International Space Development Conference that was held in Los Angeles in 2006. The award sponsors included: Co-Sponsored by the National Space Society, the Planetary Society, the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at the College of Fine Arts, Carnegie Mellon University and the Zero Gravity Arts Consortium. These awards were institued in 2006 by Lowry Burgess, Frank Pietronigro, Track Co-Chairs and George Whitesides, Confernece Chair and Director or the Naitonal Space Society. Co-Sponsored by the National Space Society, the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at the College of Fine Arts, Carnegie Mellon University, Leonardo, The International Society of Arts, Science and Technology and the Zero Gravity Arts Consortium.
 
AWARD CATEGORIES
Nominations were made leading up to and during the proceedings of ISAW4, The International Space Arts Workshop sponsored by Taksha University, the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at the College of Fine Arts, Carnegie Mellon University and the Zero Gravity Arts Consortium. 6 Award Categories: Lifetime Achievement Awards, Space Arts Organization Awards, Space Arts Advocates Awards, Scholastic and Curatorial Awards, Zero Gravity Arts Awards and Special Space Arts Awards
 
2018 LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS
 
2nd Artronaut Award
Col. Chris Hadfield, Canada
Arts in Space Life Dedication Award
Lowry BurgesS, United States
 
Arts in Space Life Dedication Award
Kitsou Dubois, France
 
Arts in Space Life Dedication Award
Takuro Osaka, Japan
 
2018 SPACE ARTS ORGANIZATION AWARDS
Arts in Space Organization Award
Projekt Atol, Slovenia
 
2018 SPACE ARTS ADVOCATES AWARDS
Arts in Space Advocate Award
Pete Worden , Former Director, NASA Ames Research Center, United States
 
Arts in Space Advocate Award
Yvonne Clearwater, Former Director, NASA Art Space, United States
 
Arts in Space Advocate Award
Adarsh Deepak, Founder Taksha University, United States
 
2018 SCHOLASTIC AND CURATORIAL AWARDS
Marko Peljhan & Tyler Stallings, United States
 
2018 GRAVITY ARTS AWARDS
Ayako Ono, Japan
 
2018 SPECIAL SPACE ARTS AWARDS
 
Special Arts in Space Awards
Trevor Paglen, United States
 
Special Arts in Space Awards – Architecture
Arturo Vittori nS Andreas Vogler
Co-Founders, Architecture and Vision, Germany
 
Special Arts in Space Awards – Zero Gravity Dance
Setsuko Ishiguro, Japan
 
Special Arts in Space Awards – Collaborative Performance Work
Nelly Ben Hayoun, United Kingdom