South Lake Union will become the U.S. test site for a European art craze with Borealis, a Festival of Light
At this inaugural festival, South Lake Union will be host to kaleidoscopic light art installations from artists around the world, as well as an “international video mapping” showcase with live music and performances. …
A satellite to the Borealis festival, the MadArt Studio installation explores connection in many forms. …
BOREALIS – A Festival of Light
Thursday, October 11th, 2018
6:30 PM – 9:30 PM
Museum of History & Industry (MOHAI) on South Lake Union
BOREALIS, a festival of light will debut in Seattle on October 11-14 2018,
at the Museum of History & Industry (MOHAI) on South Lake Union.
A kaleidoscope of light, color, and illusion will transform the exterior of MOHAI, showcasing an international video projection mapping competition in four nightly performances. ….
Comcast presents BOREALIS, a Festival of Light
October 11-14 | Museum of History & Industry
Seattle will be hosting its first Comcast presents BOREALIS a Festival of Light in association with Maxin10sity! BOREALIS is a light art festival taking place for the first time in the South Lake Union neighborhood of Seattle Thursday, October 11th – Sunday, October 14th. …
BOREALIS FESTIVAL OF LIGHT
10/11/2018 through 10/14/2018 | South Lake Union Neighborhood
A new world of light and color encompasses South Lake Union for five nights, showcasing an international video mapping presentation and light art installations from Northwest and international artists. …
Borealis Festival of Light
BOREALIS Festival of Light is a first-in-the US global competition of technology & light art festival featuring a unique combination of live music, street art performance, lighting art installations, and multi-media video mapping. …
KOMO 4 News & Seattle Refined
KOMO and Seattle Refined invite you to BOREALIS – a light art festival taking place for the first time in the South Lake Union neighborhood of Seattle October 11-14.
Video projection-mapping competitions have been huge in Europe for over a decade, but the U.S. has been lagging behind — until now. Borealis, a Festival of Light takes place Oct. 11-14.
BOREALIS, a festival of light — making its debut appearance in Seattle, October 11-14. BOREALIS is less than a week away, and needs volunteers to work at the festival. Be a part of the first projection mapping light and art festival in the U.S. Connect with local and international artists, experience BOREALIS behind the scenes, and be in the center of it all during the festival.
Expect South Lake Union to be a little brighter next week, thanks to the first-of-its-kind light festival that’ll be brightening the neighborhood, and displaying some crazy 3-D mapping on the Museum of History & Industry.
MOHAI’s New Festival of Light Elevates the Laser Show
It’s been easy to simplistically view high tech and art as antagonists—especially during Seattle’s current housing affordability crisis—but the Borealis Festival of Light, an international light art competition stopping in Seattle for the first time, will be a splashy public example of the power of collaboration between the two worlds.
Centered at MOHAI but diffused throughout South Lake Union, this inaugural festival draws artists into a grand scale art competition.
The News Tribune
A magical light art festival using new advances in technology is coming to Seattle in October.
This magical light art festival celebrates new advances in art and technology. Presented by Comcast, this dramatic event features a unique mix of multi-media video mapping, original music and lighting art installations
As a Seattleite, I am proud that our city is known for innovations in technology and the arts. These interests are driven in part by the region’s passion for cutting-edge, digital innovation and the city’s world-renowned arts and culture epicenters,
We can’t usually see the northern lights in the Pacific Northwest, but from Oct. 11-14, Seattleites and visitors to the city will be treated to a similarly magical show.
BOREALIS, a festival of light is a magical light art festival using new advances in technology is coming to Seattle’s South Lake Union Park Oct. 11-14. Presented by Comcast, this free event features a unique combination of multi-media video mapping, original music and light art installations.
A magical light art festival using new advances in technology is coming to Seattle in October. Presented by Comcast, this free, dramatic event features a unique combination of multi-media video mapping, original music and lighting art installations.
A kaleidoscope of light, color, and illusion will transform the exterior of MOHAI, showcasing an international video projection mapping competition in four nightly performances.
Using video mapping technology, event producers are turning the facade of the Museum of History & Industry (MOHAI) into a pixel-filled and pulsating projection surface. The free spectacle, running nightly from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., Thursday through Sunday, features a first-of-its-kind-in-the-U.S. competition between six global light artists.
Jeremy Viny (MDes student), Lucy Copper (MFA student), and their collaborator Duminda Aluthgamage have created a work for the Light Art Installation portion of Borealis.
NW Music Scene
BOREALIS is a light art festival taking place for the first time in the South Lake Union neighborhood of Seattle October 11-14. Presented by Comcast, the festival features a first-in-the US, global competition of light artists and a unique combination of live music, lighting art installations, and multi-media video mapping designed to transform the façade of MOHAI (Museum of History and Industry) with visual storytelling. Festivities take place nightly from 5:00 – 10:00 pm.
Daily Journal of Commerce