Light Up Your Life This Weekend
The nation’s only large-scale international light festival is almost here!
Neighborhood Lights, Light City’s immersive community artist-in-residence program kicks off this Friday Apr 6 through Sunday Apr 8!
This year’s Neighborhood Lights celebration is expanding from eight to fourteen neighborhoods! Baltimore-based artists receive a $15,000 grant to create an illuminated visual or performance art project within the neighborhood of their residency.
The following artists and neighborhoods have been selected for 2018:
-Ada Pinkston for Belair-Edison and Hamilton-Lauraville
-Sean Michael Kenny for the Bromo Tower Arts and Entertainment District
-Kyle Yearwood for Darley Park
-FutureMakers for Federal Hill
-Maura Dwyer for Baybrook (Brooklyn and Curtis Bay) and Remington
-BE|THE|TO Studio / k.lechleiter ARCHITECT / LED-BETTER Studio for Highlandtown
-Malaika Aminata Clements for Hollins Roundhouse/Southwest Baltimore
-Laure Drogoul for Little Italy
-XXS Group for Locust Point
-Pablo Machioli and Owen Silverman Andrews for Patterson Park; MANIFOLD design for Pigtown
-The Rise of Charm City for Waverly
For more information on these artists and neighborhoods, please visit https://lightcity.org/node/702.
Make sure to get out and experience this one-of-a-kind celebration of art and ideas!