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LAMP (Light Artists Making Places) Festival

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LAMP (Light Artists Making Places) Festival

Time: October 14, 2011 at 8pm to October 15, 2011 at 12am
Location: Ninth Square
Street: 100 Crown Street
City/Town: New Haven
Phone: 203-946-2895
Event Type: light, festival
Organized By: Kim Futrell
Latest Activity: Oct 14, 2011

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The City of New Haven’s Project Storefronts in Collaboration with Ninth Square Merchants and Residents Will Present the City’s First Light and Projection FestivalLight Artists Making Places (LAMP).

LAMP, which stands for Light Artists Making Places will be a very unique, highly visual, light and projection festival that is free of charge to the public. The projections will take place outside and will include dance and music performances in the tradition of the “nuite blanche” (French for white night” or “sleepless night”).


LAMP Locations will include; Cafe 9, 71 Orange St., 100 Crown St, 55 Church, Chanel 1 State St., Miso lot 15 Orange St., Fresh Yoga 49 Orange St., State Street tree park.

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