BOREALIS, A FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS AT MOHAI OCT. 11-14

Member, Diane Johnson, shared that there’s a unique, fantastic art festival happening in the park on Lake Union, near MOHAI and MV Lotus October 11th, 12th, 13th and 14th from 5 to 10 pm.

Seattle will host its debut BOREALIS, a festival of light at MOHAI, including the first international Video Projection Mapping competition and exhibition in the United States. Presented by Comcast, this free event features a unique combination of multi-media video mapping, original music, and lighting art installations.

The outdoor lighting festival will take place each evening, beginning at dusk, in Lake Union Park with video mapping projections on the facade of MOHAI.

Visiting MOHAI before BOREALIS is a great way to spend the day. Enjoy a special $10 all-day parking rate when MOHAI museum visitors park at the AGC lot located at 1200 Westlake Ave N. Please visit the admissions desk to get a ticket.

Location: Lake Union Park        Cost: Free with registration

Diane offers an idea for a fun way of enjoying the event…
“I’ll be enjoying the festival and staying overnight on MV Lotus on Sunday evening. Some of the 5 staterooms are still available onboard during festival nights Th – Sun. Perhaps NWWB members would enjoy the fest and/or enjoy staying onboard Lotus.  Members may remember the potlucks that NWWB had onboard the beautiful historic 92’ motorboat Lotus.   www.mvlotus.org “

 

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1 Response to BOREALIS, A FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS AT MOHAI OCT. 11-14

  1. Anne Cox says:

    That sounds colorful as well as fun!
    I am in CO so will not be available, maybe another time.

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