Phillipsburg High School students in Phillipsburg, Kansas

Phillipsburg High School students in Phillipsburg, Kansas

Phillipsburg High School students in Phillipsburg, Kansas
Created by Phillipsburg High School students in Phillipsburg, Kansas
Participants: Liz, Sabrina, Justina
Title: Space Transport 
Art Teacher: Julie Peterson-Shea
Theme: Space

Materials and techniques used: spray paint, acrylic paint

About: When it becomes common place for people to live on different planets it will be important for goods, materials, and people to be able to travel quickly and inexpensively from one planet to another. We think that a transportation “lane” could be invented that is like a subway or train, but much faster. Goods and people get in and put on their seat belts and off you would go. In just a few days you could be on an entirely different world.

Phillipsburg High School students in Phillipsburg, Kansas
Created by Phillipsburg High School students in Phillipsburg, Kansas
Participants: Shelby, Ally, Isabella
Title: Animals in Space
Art Teacher: Julie Peterson-Shea
Theme: Space

Materials and techniques used: spray paint, acrylic paint, permanent marker

About: Someday there will be a zoo or refuge on the moon or even other planets. Animals will live in wide open areas where they will be monitored and kept safe using transmitters and invisible fences. Not only could the Earth’s common animals be cared for but endangered animals too. Many people from all over could have the opportunity to see these animals behind the invisible fences in habitats created especially for them.

Phillipsburg High School students in Phillipsburg, Kansas
Created by Phillipsburg High School students in Phillipsburg, Kansas
Participants: Beth, Alyssa, Chloe, Rayna
Title: Space Hospital 
Art Teacher: Julie Peterson-Shea
Theme: Space

Materials and techniques used: spray paint, acrylic paint, permanent marker

About: Our dream rocket project shows the future of medical technology in space. Maybe one day in the future there will be medical bases on the moon where people can go to do physical therapy and heal quickly. Without gravity it would be much easier for people with broken bones to get around and gravity could be adjusted gradually for people doing physical therapy to help them get stronger. There is a person in a space suite smiling, because “space health” made them healthy.

Phillipsburg High School students in Phillipsburg, Kansas
Created by Phillipsburg High School students in Phillipsburg, Kansas
Participants: Rheann, Destiny, Jasper 
Title: Giant Step for Mankind
Art Teacher: Julie Peterson-Shea
Theme: Space

Materials and techniques used: spray paint, acrylic paint, permanent marker

About: Our Dream Rocket project shows how we landed on the moon in 1969 and in the way off future the moon will be part of the United States and be a place where life that does not need oxygen like we do to live. The moon and the earth will be connected by a transporter that you step in and when you step out you are on the moon. “Beam me up Scotty”.