Opera in Space

Editor's note: It is nice to see people at NASA thinking outside the box. Not everyone is a geek and there as many ways to engage public interest in space exploration as there are people to be engaged. I just hope they stay away from Klingon Opera.

From: White, Susan M. (JSC-AE)
Sent: Friday, November 14, 2008 10:17 AM
Subject: Opera and ISS in Education

Are you an opera fan?

If so, JSC Education could use your help. We're seeking an individual with ISS knowledge and a passion for the art to support our brainstorming session on Tuesday, Nov. 18. Our first brainstorming session will develop an opera theme around the ISS 10th anniversary of its human presence. We're collaborating with the Houston Grand Opera (HGO) to design a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) focused opera to take into the HISD school system creating a connection between the arts and sciences.

If you are interested in participating, please contact Susan White, x37011.

Thanks and have a great day,

Susan M. White
Director of Education
JSC Office of External Relations
Bldg. 1/Rm. 931E

(281) 483-7011/(281) 483-3379

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