Put Me On The Moon
Aldrin Elementary School | 2019
Fifty years ago in 1969, man landed on the Moon. It was perhaps the only moment in history when all human beings were united in a sense of collective wonder and awe, as they witnessed the memory of a lifetime. The landing was broadcast on live TV to a worldwide audience. We wish to remind people that they can come together through their imagination and wonder at the Moon again and feel united by sharing what matters to them.
Aldrin Elementary School was opened in 1994, on the 25th Anniversary of the Moon landing.
To mark the 25th Anniversary of the opening of Aldrin Elementary School, and the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 Lunar Landing we will replace the large photo in the school lobby of Buzz Aldrin standing on the Moon with a new piece of artwork. We are inviting students, alumni, parents and family to mark this historic moment in a unique way by becoming part of a living iconic space image in the 21st century. Come together and submit your photos and stories, and feature together as part of this giant mass participation artwork at Aldrin Elementary School.
Submit your photos using the form below.
- There is a character limit so we are able to share to social media, so we suggest a short and succinct story.
- You will be able to find your photo in the gallery below.
- Frame your photo as a close up portrait showing head and shoulders. Each mosaic is made up of thousands of photos, and close up faces show better.
- Be sure to share your photo submission once you receive your approval email! Tell the world your story and invite everyone to take part.