Lumiere Festival of Light in the West End


Wednesday, November 30th, 2016 — 9:08am PST
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Lumiere returns to Vancouver’s West End this Saturday, presenting a free community event inspired by light and artistic expression. Morton Park and Jim Deva Plaza will come alive with a series of light art installations, performances and community building initiatives.

Lumiere Festival of Light

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Where: Jim Deva Plaza (Davie at Bute), Morton Park (Denman at Davie)
When: Saturday, December 3, 2016 4:30pm to 10:30pm
Admission: Free! RSVP on Facebook for updates.

Luna the Lumiere Whale (MK Illumination) is back, along with three new installations curated by Burrard Arts Foundation from Tangible Interaction, Hfour Studios and Erdem Taşdelen.

On Tuesday, December 6, 2016, Lumiere will team up with Celebrities Nightclub for a light-inspired celebration. To celebrate Lumiere Vancouver and the return of Luna the Whale at Morton Park, Beach Bay Café and Patio will be transforming their venue with a spectacular array of lights and a stunning candle display on Monday, December 5, 2016.

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Activations are planned in multiple venues throughout the neighbourhood over the weekend and signature lighting features will remain in place throughout the West End during the winter months. Follow Lumiere on Twitter and Facebook for more information.

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One comment

  1. Mila says:

    Hi, I thought that the Luna at the English Bay will be illuminated for some time after Dec.3rd every night.. I took my grandson there to see it, but no lights were on. We were hanging around the beach from 5PM to 7PM and left disappointed. During that time many people stopped by, wandering the same thing. It must have cost the city lots of money to bring it here, so I do not think it would be that much more expensive to light it daily for few hours. (5-10 maybe?) It would not hurt the attendance on the special days Dec.3,5,6 or so, but not everybody can make it on those days. Why not make it beautiful every day?
    Please give it some thought.
    Thank you.

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