Written in the Stars
Join us on September 18 at NKU's Haile Planetarium and Schneider Observatory
From the Supermoon to the Mars Rover and the origin stories of the constellations, the heavens have inspired our imaginations to create music, art, and poetry from ancient times to today! Join us at the NKU Planetarium to learn how looking to the stars can help you put things in perspective on Earth.

NKU theatre students will recite poetry inspired by the heavens, accompanied by a flat-screen tour of the universe, followed by Planetarium Director Christa Speights continuing the tour by telling the stories of the constellations and how they continue to fascinate us to this day. You’ll then relax with an astronomy-themed gratitude meditation led by NKU’s Wellness Director Kim Baker. You’ll also enjoy music from Zac Granger from the NKU Jazz Faculty, for a truly out-of-this-world experience.

Masks are required for this event.

This event is a thank-you gift for our ArtsWave Pass donors. Haven’t given to ArtsWave yet? No problem. Sign up now to stargaze and give after you register to support the arts. Please visit artswave.org/pass or email [email protected] to sign up today or with questions.
Location
Northern Kentucky University Haile Planetarium
409 Natural Science Center Highland Heights, KY 41099
Date & Time
September 18, 2021, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Tours leave each hour
Location
Northern Kentucky University Haile Planetarium
409 Natural Science Center Highland Heights, KY 41099
 Join us on September 18 
We look forward to seeing you!

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