A NEW OFFER FROM THE PRODUCER OF “MANY INSPIRED STEPS”
“Many Inspired Steps”, the exhibition celebrating the 50th anniversary of the first humans on the Moon has been downloaded and presented around the world, including in: Algeria, Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Czech Republic, England, France, Hong Kong, India, Ireland, Italy, Lebanon, New Zealand, Nigeria, United States, and Zanzibar.
“Many Inspired Steps” was created by Dr. Thomas A. Lesser, formerly Senior Lecturer at the American Museum-Hayden Planetarium in New York City and distributed by Audio Visual Imagineering, Inc. Neither Dr. Lesser nor AVI charged any fee for the exhibition.
Due to the extraordinary success of the exhibition, Dr. Lesser and Joanne Young of AVI are interested to know if there might be a need for other similar, free astronomy-related exhibitions. If yes, please reply through “Contact Us” and rate the topics you would most like to see by placing those below in order in your reply (most wanted first):
- Solar System
- Exploration of Space
- The Sun
- Age/scale of the Universe
- The Moon
Other, please specify.
Assuming the exhibition’s panels were 2×3 feet (as are the panels for “Many Inspired Steps”), approximately how many panels would work best for you?
- Less than 20
- More than 30
Thank you for sharing your insights,
Joanne and Tom