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PSU Light Works
In PSU Light Works, one of many satellite events in the Portland Winter Light Festival, Portland State University’s Shattuck Hall Annex will be transformed into a collection of student and faculty light-based art. Installations will include the following:
Jeff Schnabel (School of Architecture) will exhibit architecture students’ speculative projects for buildings that are bird-safe for night migrating and nocturnal birds.
Aaron Whelton (School of Architecture) will be presenting his students’ animated collages and interactive digital compositions.
Students of Michelle Illuminato (School of Art and Design) will display large scale internally illuminated inflatable sculptures.
Eleanor Erskine (School of Art and Design) will display large-scale lanterns and shadow boxes.
Free and open to the public.
Shattuck Hall Annex
School of Architecture
SW Broadway at Hall Street
1914 SW Park Avenue
About The Portland Winter Light Festival
Why During The Winter?
Inspired by light festivals around the globe, the Portland Winter Light Festival, a Willamette Light Brigade event, aims to counteract the city’s tendency to hibernate during the winter. The festival brightens up the winter skyline and brings warmth to the outdoors with dazzling displays of light, color, and imagination. Bundle up and celebrate with us!
Free, All Ages Event!
The Portland Winter Light Festival is interactive, family-friendly, and designed to inspire adults and kids alike. Combining art and technology, people of all ages will find something to capture their spirit and fill their minds with imagination and wonder.
This year’s theme is “The Light of Progress”. Festival artists will utilize this theme and what it means to them in their final installations.
Cover image courtesy Portland Winter Light Festival.