InLight 2016 will feature performances, sculpture, video, and interactive projects that will illuminate pathways, walls, sidewalks, and green spaces.
“The performance will put a twist on one of Richmond’s biggest public relation problems.”
Submit your unique exhibition ideas to 1708 Gallery by midnight on May 31st.
The museum will host the annual exhibition November 13, 2015. If you’re an artist, now is the time to apply with 1708 Gallery!
A look back at InLight ahead of this year’s event.
Film nerd? Art nerd? Comic book nerd? Small-batch alcoholic beverage nerd? Philanthropic nerd? All of you have your work cut out for you this weekend. PS – Philanthropic nerd, you’re the best kind of nerd.
The ol’ temps are supposed to creep back up into the 40s and 50s this weekend, so get on out and do stuff before Old Man Winter settles in on his icy cold duff and makes us all miserable.
More details to come but it’ll definitely brighten up a dark night.
The annual outdoor, light-based art exhibit has announced its November location.