New space art exhibit opens at UA
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A new space art exhibit featuring Arizona-only artists recently opened at the University of Arizona’s Flandrau Science Center.
It’s called ‘The Heritage of Astronomical Art in Arizona’ and showcases paintings featuring visions of alien spacecraft, planets, and strange new moons.
It’s a local indoor, but out-of-this-world activity you can do with the family to beat the heat.
The exhibit opened June 8 and runs through August 30.
It usually costs $7 for adult admission, but it’s free to see this Saturday only.
‘The Heritage of Astronomical Art in Arizona’ free admission is on June 13, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the UA Flandrau Science Center & Planetarium at 1601. E. University Blvd.
The exhibit is organized by the Tucson-Chapter of the International Association of Astronomical Artists.