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Official Mayoral Ceremony Welcoming Col. Guion Bluford Jr. Home to Philadelphia and
Opening of 'Philly's Native Son in Space' Mixed Art Exhibition at Philadelphia's City Hall
Colonel Guion Bluford
KIPP DuBois Collegiate Academy | Discovery Charter School | Global Leadership Academy | Bluford Charter School | Overbrook High School | Gesu School | Our Mother of Sorrows- St. Ignatius | St. Malachy School | Archbishop Carroll High School
Gravity Gabbing and Grooving Arts-n-Schools Assemblies
New Frontiers: Launch, Explore, Discover is our six-month festival inspired by the 75th birthday of pioneering NASA Astronaut and Philadelphia native son, Colonel Guion Stewart Bluford, Jr. Col. Bluford launched his career as a NASA astronaut in August 1979 and, four years later, became the first African American in space, participating in four Space Shuttle flights between 1983 and 1992. Though a series of arts initiatives, signature performances, and educational projects, audiences of all ages will be inspired to learn more about Bluford’s legacy, to take greater interest in space exploration and its core subjects of math and science, and to embody in their everyday lives daring ambition to launch, explore and discover. New Frontiers: Launch, Explore, Discover is presented by the Mann Center for the Performing Arts in collaborative artistic partnership with NEWorks Productions.
A Space Odyssey Concert featuring the Philadelphia Orchestra and Mann Festival Choir
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Star Rhapsody at the Franklin Institute's Fels Planetarium
Star Party at Global Leadership Academy, a part of the Philadelphia Science Festival
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PHOTO CREDITS: K. DuBose for NEWorks Productions ▪ Billy Heart for NEWorks Productions ▪ DerekBrad Photography ▪ Nathea Lee, PhotoBravura ▪ Jordan August ▪
Mel Epps ▪ Courtesy of the Mann Center for the Performing Arts ▪ Courtesy of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts ▪ Courtesy of Vital Voices