See the Light in Downtown New Bedford
Last summer DATMA (Design, Art, Technology Mass.) gave us Silver Current, a spectacular tribute to wind and its role in New Bedford’s past and future. On view now, LIGHT: 2020 updates New Bedford’s legacy as the “City that Lit the World” with a renewable energy lens. Amid our global health crisis, our exhibits can be seen safely via car, bicycle, or on foot. To provide respite for those watching from home, we’ll make sure to share every detail via our website (https://datma.org) & social media .
PHOTO KINETIC GRID by light sculptor Soo Sunny Park. View at the corner of Union & Purchase Streets at the UMass Dartmouth Star Store Campus. Day & evening viewing hours: all day– midnight from now until September 14. This project is very visible from the street and sidewalks through the building’s floor to ceiling glass gallery windows. A special thanks to Umass Dartmouth CVPA for hosting this exhibition in their new Swain Studio corner space.
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