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Learning Under New Artistic Regimes 

Seven Immersive weeks of Space Stories

Music, Art and Science to Explore the Secrets of the Outer Solar System




"With literally billions of worlds that grace our nights skies, shimmering specks of light, each a tantalizing treasure trove of possibilities, our vast cosmic shores provide plenty of New worlds to Explore..."

- Amanda Lee Falkenberg 


LUNAR is a course that will immediately become attractive to those looking for an access point to experience an authentically curated course that celebrates the interdisciplinary fields of art, astronomy, music and science



LUNAR is an exciting innovative, enrichment program for students who want to explore the interdisciplinary worlds of music, art and science while experiencing

Science-Fact space stories to ignite awe, wonder and imaginations… 


LUNAR is an immersive STEAM online course that shares the science-based stories of moons presented through a SPACE-rich art and music adventure, while showcasing the talented science teams and agencies that lead those inspirational missions   


Be ready to become TRANSFORMED, TRANSFIXED and TRANSPORTED through exciting discoveries told through seven moons made possible from DATA collected from

international space missions 


LUNAR is the exploration of fascinating new worlds in the outer Solar System. THE MOONS of our Solar System and invites YOU to discover their secrets and become

the next generation of Space seeking treasures!

Do you love SPACE, and curious about perusing a career as the

next generation of Space EXPLORERS?



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THE LUNAR Buzz - What people are saying

“Thank you so much for creating and sharing such an inspiring work. I still get chills each time I listen. This will no doubt add multitudes of space enthusiasts to our ranks…You are truly a gem”


— Priscilla Thomas’s IAAA

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