K-12 students have chance to launch artwork into space 🚀

Students ages 3-18 are invited to participate in the Boeing, Space Foundation collaboration

Boeing and Space Foundation to send student artwork to space. (Boeing and Space Foundation)

Boeing and Space Foundation are partnering to launch student artwork into space aboard Boeing’s upcoming Starliner Crew Flight Test.

Students are encouraged to consider the theme “Breaking Boundaries in Space” and incorporate the historical people who broke boundaries and paved the way for those who came after them.

Students aged 3-18 are invited to participate. The contest is free to enter.

The chosen artwork will travel to space digitally aboard Boeing’s CST-100 Starliner.

Acceptable formats for submission include drawings, paintings, mixed media, and digital media pieces.

All entries must be submitted online between Oct. 10 and Dec. 16.

Artist will be issued an official “Certificate of Flight” for each submitted piece of artwork.

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About the Author:

Emily Ramirez is a Digital Producer trainee for KSAT 12. She has written and photographed for several magazines and newspapers, including San Antonio Magazine, Austin Monthly and the San Antonio Current. A proud San Antonio native and graduate of Southwestern University in Georgetown, she is now completing her M.A. at UTSA.