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Light Night Worcester

Artistic Programmer – Light Night Worcester 2024

We are seeking a creative individual or organisation to manage and programme Light Night Worcester 2024. We want to build on previous Light Nights to deliver a high-quality artistic programme with an inspiring range of artforms, installations and performances and an integrated community engagement programme.

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Digilab Lightpool imitating the dog

Digilab 2023

DigiLab is a free workshop week (5 days) for anyone who wants to develop skills in projection mapping.

Participants will learn about imitating the dog’s approach to site-specific projection-mapped installations, from storyboarding through to basic animation and mapping techniques.

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Spark 2023

Spark Artist Programme 2023

The SPARK programme aims to nurture and develop artists working with light by supporting new and emerging artists through a bespoke package of opportunities provided by LUTN members, and focused on increasing inclusivity and diversity in the sector.

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Light Up Lancaster Open Call

LIGHT UP LANCASTER 2023: Open Call for Projects

We are inviting light art proposals for one of the key locations at Light Up Lancaster – the historic Priory Church.
All projects should have light as an integral feature of the work and must be suitable for a family audience.
We are inviting proposals from artists working with light to respond to this beautiful, historic space. Your proposal could be for an existing work which can be effectively re-sited or a completely new piece.

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Lightlab 2023

Lightlab 2023

Durham County Council, Blackpool Illuminations and Wigan Council are delighted to announce an incredible opportunity for artists living and/or working in close proximity to the North East, Blackpool and Wigan Borough. The programme aims to encourage the development of high-quality light art with artists from a diverse range of backgrounds who may have never worked with light before.

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