Light City Baltimore features the BGE Light Art Walk with more than 50 attractions including illuminated visual artworks such as large-scale installations, projections, interactive technologies, performances and more. The original artworks are by local, regional, national and international artists selected by a jury through a call of entry.
Photo: Take To Ro-Bridge of Lights, photo courtesy of the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts
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Performance artists bring Light City to life with performances including fire, illuminated puppets, projections, stilt walkers, dance, musical entertainment and more at the Inner Harbor Amphitheater and along the BGE Light Art Walk.
Photo: Circus of Wonders, photo courtesy of the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts
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Neighborhood Lights is an immersive community arts program that extends the magic of Light City to neighborhoods beyond Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. Artists are selected to work with the neighborhood of their residency to create an illuminated public art project to be on display during Light City.
Photo: Cold Stream Homestead Montebello: Back In Our Minds by artists Isaac Ewart and Jose Rosero, photo credit Reuben Greene.
2017 NEIGHBORHOOD LIGHTS
MINI LIGHT CITY
Families can visit Mini Light City in Pierce’s Park for hands-on, illuminated craft activities in a youth makers’ tent, children’s entertainers and whimsical snacks such as lighted cotton candy. The park is home to a sound garden by artist David Hess.
Photo: Mini Light City, photo courtesy of the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts
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