The Arts Huntsville Gallery at the VBC is currently showcasing “Views from Apollo:  Art of the Lunar Landing” ft. works by Albert Lane, B.M. Jackson, Dong Kingman, Renato Moncini, Russ Arasmith, Robert Shore, David Hardy & Fred Freeman.

In 1969, The United States of America accomplished the extraordinary – we went to the moon. Now 50 years later, we are celebrating that achievement by showcasing artwork from NASA’s artist-in-residency program from the Space Age.

“Views from Apollo: Art of the Lunar Landing” is on display now at the Arts Huntsville Gallery at the Von Braun Center. This artwork, courtesy of Marshall Space Flight Center and the U.S. Space and Rocket Center, was created during the original Apollo missions.  Many of the pieces on loan from Marshall Space Flight Center have never been seen outside of those restricted premises – making this the first time they’ve been displayed publicly.

The Gallery is free and open to the public so make your plans visit today.  The show will be on view at the Von Braun Center until September 15th.