A month-long light festival in Providence

Posted 2/1/24

Lumina, a month-long light festival in Downtown Providence through Feb. 20 showcases a contemporary ice palace adorned with 25 towering prisms by Quartier des Spectacles International. Standing over …

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A month-long light festival in Providence

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Lumina, a month-long light festival in Downtown Providence through Feb. 20 showcases a contemporary ice palace adorned with 25 towering prisms by Quartier des Spectacles International. Standing over 6 feet tall, each prism mesmerizes with a vivid array of colors through diachronic panels, engaging with ambient light and diverse viewer perspectives.

The festival features performances, engaging programs and captivating tours from 195 District Park to Bank Newport City Center via Dorrance Street. The central attraction, Prismatica by QDSI from Montreal, bathes 195 District Park in enchanting light, transforming the downtown into an imaginative playground. 

To learn more about events and what to expect, visit the website: https://downtownpvdpark.life/

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