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    What is the future of human space flight, and why is it important?
    2010 Displays and Performances


    Some of the winning Humans in Space Youth Art Competition artwork was woven into a multimedia performance for the Opening Ceremony at the Humans in Space Symposium held in Houston, April 11, 2011.  The performance had 4 sets, each of which summarized messages from the youth participants worldwide.  Video is available for the performance of each set, and the set content is as follows:


    Set1 – What is the Future of Human Space Exploration? (3 min)
    Set 2 – Why is it Important? (5 min)
    Set 3 – How Will it Be Accomplished? (7 min)
    Set 4 – Who will Do it? (3 min)


    Poetry Read on the International Space Station

    In April 2011, while orbiting the Earth on the International Space Station, astronauts Cady Coleman and Ron Garan read Kushal Kadakia’s winning poem, Into the Glorious Future We Go, from the 2010 Competition.

    Display and performance venues (As of August 2013)

    Houston Area International Conference Displays & Performances 
    Humans in Space Symposium Display & Performance Houston April 2011
    Lunar & Planetary Space Conference Display March 2012, 2013


    Houston Area Public Displays & Performances:
    Yuri’s Night Texas Display (Discovery Green) April 2011
    Texas Design Challenge Display (South Shore Harbor) April 2011 & November 2011
    “Summer of Innovation” Display (Space Center Houston [SCH]) August 2011& 2012
    JSC Shuttle Program Celebration (Public Event at JSC) August 2011
    “Home School Day” Multimedia Performance (SCH) October 2011
    Rotunda Area (Universities Space Research Association) October–February 2012
    Main Exhibit Area (SCH, January-February 2012)
    Space Exploration Educators Conference (SEEC) at SCH, Feb. 7–9, 2013
    Harris County Public Libraries: Freeman Branch, May–August, 2013


    NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC) Displays
    Innovation Day May 2011 and May 2012
    Bring Your Child to Work Day, Honors Awards Ceremony, Teague Auditorium June–July 2011
    Cafeterias B11 & B3 May–September 2011
    TEDx Events November 2010 & July 2011 & December 2011
    Engineering Systems Building Lobby August 2011–present
    B29 Building Lobby January 2012–present


    Other Venue Displays & Performances:
    Imagination Summit Display (Lincoln Center Institute, New York) July 2011
    “Celestial Matters” Display (Charles Bank Gallery, New York) October 2011
    NHHPC Workshop Keynote & Display (NASA Ames Research Center, California) Oct. 2011
    Kennedy Space Center [KSC] Visitor’s Center (Cape Canaveral, FL) February 2012–present
    “Celebrating 50 Years of Americans in Orbit” Performance (KSC, Florida) February 2012
     “Welcome Discovery” Shuttle Celebration (Smithsonian Udvar-Hazy Center, DC) April 2012
    Baker Arts Center (Kansas) June 2012 
    International Space University Closing Ceremony (KSC, Florida) August 2012
    Lane Cove Music and Cultural Arts Center (Sydney, Australia) Summer 2012
    Coronado Museum (Liberal, Kansas) September 2012
    International Astronautical Congress (Naples, Italy) October 2012
    Reagan International Airport (Washington, DC) November–December 2012
    Harris Federation Academies (United Kingdom) March 2013
    Austin Statehouse, Space Week Texas (Austin, TX) March 18–22, 2013
    Poland Central School, (Poland, New York) March 12–26, 2013
    NASA’s Destination Station, Seattle Children's Research Institute, (Seattle, WA) June, 2013
    Children’s Museum of (Utica, New York) AugustOctober, 2013


    Worldwide Display via Online Gallery at: