Don’t miss Georgetown GLOW’s fifth and final Spring artwork, Light Pavilion (pictured below), at Georgetown Waterfront Park. The sculpture appears as a hologram of a former structure, provoking curiosity of the past through its material and light, and is a nod to DC’s beautifully illuminated monuments and their history. And if none of that resonates with you – it makes for an great Instagram post.
If you’re curious about another installation, The Beginning of Everything, artist Nara Park will be stationed at her Washington Harbour (3000 K St NW) piece April 24 and April 25 from 7 pm – 9 pm to answer your questions about her mysterious and intriguing replica of the Holsinger Meteorite.
Can’t make it out this weekend? No problem! Join us for a special virtual program April 28 from 6 pm – 7 pm to meet this year’s GLOW artists. RSVP here for the virtual talk, and visit our website for more GLOW programming and a map to the free outdoor light art experience, running through June 27.