Updated: Jul 23, 2022
Thursday is thanks day to the IAAA for 🅜🅞🅞🅝 Art inspired by International Association of Astronomical Art
I am honored to share the details of the first phase of the IAAA 40th Anniversary/7 Moons Arts Project in support of the professional recording of the Moons Symphony with the London Symphony Orchestra conducted by world-renowned Maestra Marin Alsop in mid May 2022
IAAA Titan MOON ART - Video 3 has been prepared with Titan Moon art files from IAAA artists collected for this project to date.
Click on Image below to watch the beautifully curated video for TITAN - II Movement
IAAA Moon Art videos thread together the stories of astronomical art history, show science as the basis of astronomical art, give personal perspectives on how 'the Moons Symphony' inspired some of our artist's work, and holds several of our longest standing and esteemed astronomical artists in the same show as several of our newest members from around the world.
Members of the 200+ IAAA have been been invited to take part in discussions and dialogue following my recent seven-part blog series, one for each of the seven moons in THE MOONS SYMPHONY.
The blogs share the latest scientific discoveries of each of these unique worlds and discuss how this scientific data was translated into the symphonic canvas.
IAAA artists were then encouraged to submit new or existing art works that reflect the concepts and themes found in the symphony. There are already over 100 submitted art works (both legacy and new art) and there are still three months remaining for inspired art to emerge.
A very special mention to Susan Bibbs who has curated this video by IAAA artist to celebrate the world of Titan through artist interpretation from the IAAA community.
I am in AWE!
ＴＩＴＡＮ - potential life forms Credit: Ron Miller