At Sunset in November…

Each November after the sun sets, the faculty and students at University Of North Carolina School of the Arts transform the city-scape of Downtown Winston-Salem, with a delightful and amazing state of the art show of illumination.  The project launches the annual Six Days in November Festival; an event full of music, plays and performances.  But for me, the highlight of the week is the light show.

This year UNCSA, illuminated Winston Square Park with large inflatables animated with projection lighting.  Here are a few images of the 2012 show and previous shows…

Winston Square Park Winston-Salem Light Project 2012

Winston Square Park Winston-Salem Light Project 2012

Winston Square Park Winston-Salem Light Project 2012

The Stevens Center Winston-Salem Light Project 2011

The Stevens Center Winston-Salem Light Project 2011

The Stevens Center Winston-Salem Light Project 2011

Stevens Center Winston-Salem Light Project 2011

Stevens Center  Winston-Salem Light Project 2011

Window Winston-Salem Light Project 2010

The Winston-Salem Journal Building Winston-Salem Light Project 2010

Downtown 4th Street Winston-Salem Light Project 2010

The Pepper Building Winston-Salem Light Project 2009

The Pepper Building Winston-Salem Light Project 2009

The Pepper Building Winston-Salem Light Project 2009

The Pepper Building Winston-Salem Light Project 2009

 The 2008 Project was the first and, in my opinion, most spectacular of them all!

The Millennium Center Winston-Salem Light Project 2008

The Millennium Center Winston-Salem Light Project 2008

The Millennium Center Winston-Salem Light Project 2008

The Millennium Center Winston-Salem Light Project 2008

The Millennium Center Winston-Salem Light Project 2008

Tomorrow we’ll look at other November light festivals around the globe.

Benji

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