‘Three Nights Of Lights’

(12.3) Lots going on downtown this weekend. Three Nights of Lights is a weekend-long festival with free citywide events, all incorporating the theme of light. Events, activations, and installations will be found around every corner. Experience a new multimedia installation and live ensemble performance presented by Firstworks at Grace Church. Enjoy illuminated and activated art experiences from The Avenue Concept (TAC), including but not limited to:

Live painting: TAC will pop-up with live mural-scale spray painting by Kendel Joseph and Naturals Natural.

Digital Projection Art: by Julio Berroa and friends: Corinne Gregoire, Mark Medeiros, Eduardo Veras Martinez, Louis Morales, Jack Zornado and Isaiah Saunders.

Illuminated interactive sculpture: Providence premier of “Helix Seats”, an illuminated interactive sculpture by Pneuhaus. Pneuhaus creates joyful pop-up art installations for events, cities, and festivals by building with light, fabric, and air.

Also look for Rhode Island Black Storytellers, Haus of Codec, and Bike Jam: Lite Brite. Complete details at TAC home page. Download the TAC free, self-guided tour app.

Stop by the Sarto patio on Dorrance Street for a Three Nights discounted cocktail and snap a pic at the selfie station.

And there will be a Three Nights of Lights Holiday Basin Lighting starting at 5:30pm Saturday, with Santa and Holiday Winter Market.

Full schedule and details at Three Nights of Lights.

(Seen here is “Salt Water” by Georgie Nakima, located on the back of the building at 94 Washington Street.)

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