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Painting by CG Area Artist Selected for Moon-Bound Art Project (Casa Grande Dispatch, 6.12.21)
The Art Side of the Moon: Local Couple's Artwork Headed to Lunar Surface (The Daily Sentinel, 6.11.21)
23 Works from the 15th International ARC Salon Exhibition Headed to Moon (HashtagArtMag, 6.11.21)
Works of Filipino Artists are Headed to the Moon (CNN Life Philippines, 5.28.21)
Victoria Artist's Paintings Bound for Galactic Gallery on the Moon (Victoria News, 5.27.21)
Moon Museum: The Works Of Filipino Artists And Writers Will Be On NASA’s Next Lunar Landing (Lifestyle Asia, 5.3.21)
Philippine Artists and Authors On a Time Capsule to the Moon (Tekkie Pinas, 4.28.21)
Blogger Q&A with Samuel Peralta (Video interview, YouTube, 4.28.31)
Photo of Sausalito artist’s sculpture heads to the moon with other women’s work (Marin Independent Journal, 4.24.21)
Moon bound: Local artist’s piece heading to space (Telluride Daily Planet, 4.23.21)
Philippine Artists and Authors On a Time Capsule to the Moon (Ganda Negosyo, 4.19.21)
First Indian Woman Artist’s Painting going to the Moon (DESIblitz, 4.18.21)
The Bennett Prize is Going to the Moon! (The Bennett Art Collection Podcast, 4.17.21)
Artists' work to be sent to the Moon (WEAU News, 4.11.21)
Spacecraft to send Apple Valley artist's painting to the Moon (Fox 9 News article and video, 4.7.21)
Indian artist Solar Renekal-Ramnath's 'Sisterhood' heads to the Moon: artwork to be part of The Peregrine Collection (The Tribune, India, 4.5.21)
Elizabeth Barden 'over the Moon' as two figurative realism portraits chosen for Astrobotic lunar landing (ABC News Australia, 4.2.21)
Toronto man sending time capsule to the Moon in an attempt to spread joy (blogTO, 3.25.21)
Fairview painter's work going to the Moon (Mountain Xpress)
Abington writer is 'over the moon' about anthology selection (Montgomery News - Ambler Gazette)
Sending a time capsule to the Moon (99.1 FM, CBC Radio 1 - Here and Now Toronto with Gill Deacon, 3.17.21)
A time capsule with "Peregrine Collection" scheduled for launch to the Moon in late 2021 (The Ritz Herald, 3.15.21)
Art from Elmira is going to the Moon (WEMT)
On a time capsule to the Moon with 1200 artists and one A.I. (Business News Week)
Lunar art that's going out of this world (MPNews Australia, 3.09.21)
Bengali youths to land on the Moon in 2021 (Bengali News India)
Interview with Samuel Peralta (AMI Kelly & Co. Podcast)
Writers launching a time capsule to the Moon (Ex Terra Journal of Space Commerce)
Going to the Moon (Blog Andrea Luhman)
Art on a mission to the Moon with Dr. Samuel Peralta (Video interview, The Artist Next Level, 2.5.21)
MORE TO EXPLORE
> The Future Chronicles
Our project includes the entire catalogue up to 2020 from the 21 volumes of The Future Chronicles, representing over 400 authors. Dr. Peralta is series editor, with guest editors. Each themed volume brings together work from new authors with work the grandmasters of modern science fiction and fantasy, including Robert J. Sawyer, Seanan McGuire, Ken Liu, and Hugh Howey.
Our project's collection of art includes digitized art pieces from the PoetsArtists catalogues, curated by Didi Menendez and guest curators, including Dr. Peralta. PoetsArtists ignites creativity and opportunity for its community, focusing on figurative realism and poetry. PoetsArtists artists are in permanent collections of major museums, including the European Museum of Modern Art (MEAM).
Our project's collection of art includes digitized art pieces from artists from The Bennett Prize catalogue. The Prize is intended to propel the careers of women painters who have not yet realized full professional recognition, empowering new artists and those who have painted for many years, awarding $50,000 to enable freedom to create a solo exhibition of figurative realist paintings, which will travel the country.
Our project has benefited greatly from the inspiration of Dr. Susan Kaye Quinn and the Writers on the Moon collective - where Dr. Peralta joined 125 authors in an independent time capsule project. Dr. Peralta's contribution, Manifest 9, forms a core of books for PM1.
The project was fortunate to have sourced payload space for much of our PM1 Art section through Ryan O'Shea's Future Grind, a media company focusing on advanced technology.
Astrobotic Technology is a space logistics company that delivers payloads to the Moon. Its spacecraft accommodates multiple clients, offering cost-effectiveness and flexibility, and its partnership with DHL was provided the infrastructure for our PM1 time capsule.
Intuitive Machines is a private company founded to provide autonomous systems for industrial systems, drones, spacecraft modeling and simulation services. Its payload-as-a-service partners provided the infrastructure for our IM1 time capsule.