COUNTING DOWN! If you’re looking for some important updated JBA Air & Space Expo information, look no further! Check out this article as we are just a few days away from seeing some of the Air Force’s beautiful soaring birds of freedom and much more!
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Come on out to the Golden Age
Air Museum in Bethel, PA

September 3-4 for a rare opportunity to see 3 rotary powered Fokker DR.I triplanes, several other WWI aircraft, reenactors, vendors, Biplane rides, two air shows, and original artwork by aviation artists Russell Smith, Bill Marsako, Steve Anderson, and others. Bring your sketchbook, easel, canvas and paints and create art from life, or bring your lawn chair and just sit back and enjoy the show!

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ASAA 34th Annual
International Aerospace Art Exhibition

at the Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum 
June 21st through September 30th 2022

Take a walk through the exhibit

Members in the News:
Beyond Haiku: Pilots Write Poetry

Beyond Haiku: Women Pilots Write Poetry

Some of our ASAA members had the opportunity to work on an amazing project this past spring. Collected and edited by American Airlines pilot and check airman Captain Linda Pauwels, a series of four books combining poetry, art and the art of flying began with the first book, “Beyond Haiku: Pilots Write Poetry” which was released in December of 2020.  Priscilla Patterson, our  ASAA Education Chairman, had the honor of mentoring with some delightful young artists on their artwork, and was able to be a contributor on books 2 and 3. This youtube trailer for “Beyond Haiku: Women Pilots Write Poetry” introduces book 2, with an official book launch scheduled for October 27 at Books and Books in Coral Gables, FL. Video composition and design is by Kateryna Sikulska (who starts initial flight training in the fall) and music is by AA Captain Susan Maule. @beyondhaiku
ASAA artists Crissie Murphy, who created the cover for book 3, and Mark Pestana, along with Mark’s daughter and great nieces, contributed to book 4, which are still in production. 

While all of our members worked pro bono,  proceeds from sale of the books will be contributed to ASAA, along with ISA+21, The Ninety-Nines, and Women in Aviation International, promoting scholarships and education.

Watch the trailer!

Available on Amazon:
Beyond Haiku: Women Pilots Write Poetry

Here is a link to the paperback on Amazon. Hardcover and Ebook are pending. Official book launch is October 27, 2021 at Books and Books and The Coral Gables Museum.

Members in the News:
Interview with John W. Clark, ASAA

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