Education Spotlight: 2020 Viola Award Finalist for Excellence in STEAM — Chris Luginbuhl. See more local education news here

| February 25, 2020

By the Flagstaff Arts Council

Chris Luginbuhl is a local, national and international treasure. No single person has contributed more to Flagstaff’s well-earned reputation as THE WORLD’S FIRST International Dark Sky City. He is one of the best-informed persons in America (and beyond) about the effects of human-built illumination on the nocturnal ecosystem. He has spent the past three decades in Flagstaff working tirelessly as both a professional astronomer, and as an effective advocate for protection of the night through his work with community organizations, local governments, private business, academia, lighting-industry technologists and fellow activists. His influence on the Quality of Life Flagstaff’s residents enjoy can hardly be exaggerated.

(Luginbuhl was named a finalist in the 2020 Viola Awards in the Excellence in STEAM category)

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The Flagstaff Arts Council has also named:

as 2020 Viola Awards nominees in the Excellence in STEAM category.

The Flagstaff Arts Council has also named:

as 2020 Viola Awards nominees in the STEAM category.

The 12th annual Viola Awards Gala will be held on Saturday, March 7, 2020 at High Country Conference Center in Flagstaff. The winners in each category will be announced at the Gala event, which features performances, dinner, and the award ceremony.

The Viola Awards are Flagstaff’s Oscars for the arts and sciences community. Celebrating excellence in the arts and sciences, the Viola Awards recognize artists, educators, organizations and leaders who make positive contributions to the arts and sciences in Flagstaff.


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