Learn How to Draw Artemis!

Learn How to Draw Artemis!

Download and create Artemis illustrations of your own. Decorate your space with the systems that will take us to the Moon and beyond!

While NASA astronauts continue to live and work aboard the International Station, we are preparing for a new future in deep space. With the Artemis program, NASA will send the first woman and the next man to the Moon to set foot once again, and will build an infrastructure to allow us to stay and prepare for missions to Mars.

Now you can learn to draw a fleet of sophisticated space hardware that will take us on Artemis Missions – similar to the way NASA engineers and technicians sketched out early concepts for space suits, rockets, spaceships, ground systems, and orbiting platforms that have allowed us to explore other worlds.

Download your favorite – download them all! – and learn how to draw NASA’s deep space exploration systems that will power us to the Moon and beyond.
Color your drawings to bring them to life.

Share your creation! Upload onto social media and tag #DrawArtemis and #NASAatHome

If you are posting on Instagram, also tag @NASAArtemis


Some ideas to spark your creativity:


  • Draw your face into the helmet of a space suit
  • Show the Space Launch System launching with fire roaring from its engines
  • Place Orion near the Moon
  • Draw Space Launch System standing on the Mobile Launcher Platform
  • Include NASA and Artemis branding
  • Draw them all and piece together into one exciting space scene
  • Display your creation in a unique and interesting way

Engineering For Families

Engineering For Families

engineering for Families is a 6-week, extra-curricular STEM club for children in Upper Key Stage 2 and their families.

Each week families are encouraged to solve real-world engineering challenges based around 5 engineering disciplines.

During the course, families develop their understanding of Engineering and develop their engineering and craft skills.

The original development of the resource was funded by the Platten Family Fund at the Community Foundation.

View the training video which gives more information about the ‘builds’ in the sessions. We recommend that you watch the video before planning and
delivering the course: 


NUSTEM is an outreach and research group based at Northumbria University in Newcastle.

Working with schools and teachers we develop activities and resources that support teachers to showcase careers to children, young people and families.

We believe that by supporting children, families and teachers to identify how their personal characteristics align with the characteristics of people that work in STEM, children (and their influencers) will feel more confident that a career in STEM is for ‘people like them’. Alongside this, NUSTEM shows the breadth and application of STEM in the world around us.

To find out more about NUSTEM please visit nustem.uk

NUSTEM’s vision is for a vibrant and sustainable STEM sector which meets the needs of learners and employers, reflecting the diversity of wider society.