One Sky: Many Cultures (Evening Feature Film)

  • Date
    Saturday, December 28, 2024
  • Time
    7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Location
    Cernan Earth and Space Center (I Building)
  • Admission
    Adults: $8, Seniors (55 and over): $5, Children (2-17): $5, Triton College Students, Faculty & Staff with Current Semester ID: FREE, All Other High School or College Students with Student ID: $5


One Sky: Many Cultures is a collection of stories about the night sky from around the world.

While avid stargazers may be familiar with constellations such as Andromeda, Cassiopeia, and Ursa Major, this show provides a whole new way of looking at and thinking about the night sky.

The stories featured in One Sky: Many Cultures come from Japanese, Hawaiian, Greek, Navajo, and Innu traditions.

These shorts were produced by the One Sky Project, an international collaboration focused on increasing understanding about cultural and indigenous astronomy, its historical and modern applications, and how One Sky connects us all.

These stories touch on the topics of finding patterns and building tools that foster connection to the sky and leverage astronomical phenomena to advance societal goals.

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