Special Event

EXPOSURE a Short Film Event
Tomonari Nishikawa, Binghamton University
Friday, September 30

Professor Nishikawa, an internationally known filmmaker on the faculty in the Binghamton University Cinema Department, has curated a group of short films that include images of the moon and other astronomical objects, captured and edited through artistic vision and experimentation. He is offering this special screening at Kopernik, consisting of 16mm films and digital videos Read More …

Pegasus Classes

   Pegasus classes are offered on weekends, school holidays, and occasional evenings throughout the school year. The program is named for the mythological winged-horse Pegasus, symbolizing the beauty, strength, and freedom of each individual to dream big and reach for the stars. The Pegasus programs for students in grades 1-12 encourage students to work and think Read More …

Public Schedule

Kopernik’s public fall schedule is packed with exciting speakers and events for the whole family. Some of the topics this fall will include black holes and gravity waves, geology of Mars, and effects of storm-water. Events will include AstroFest and a film festival! Click on the “Beyond Space” Banner for a printable schedule.