The Museum of Art & History at the McPherson Center

Today is Thursday, February 23: Open 11am – 5pm
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The MAH is open during construction. Enter on Cooper Street for your creative community experience.

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GLOW: A Festival of Fire

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Cooper Street and Abbott Square will be glowing with fire dancing, flaming fire art sculptures, radiating music and dancing in the streets. Local fire artists will show their latest burning man creations of fire art that will ignite into musical flames, burning dragonflies and fire cannonades.

Lucy Hosking’s fire breathing pipe organ, Satan’s Calliope, will light up Cooper Street. Bob Hoffman’s Wishing Well will show you the beauty of spinning fire. Fire sculptures by Jeff Caplan, Ezra Manners and Lisa Martin will amaze and inspire you. Bonefire Cannonade performances and a flaming piano will send flames shooting into the sky.

The Dancetronauts will fill the street with dancing and pulsating music from 7-9PM. From 9-10PM enjoy fire dancing, stilts, dancing and percussion by the Samba Stilt Circus.

So come enjoy the show. Come GLOW!

* This is a two day festival. GLOW: Digital Art night will electrify our black lit 3 story building the very next night October 19th with digital and light art and a backlight crafting explosion on Saturday night.

In partnership with aritsts Steve Cooper and Drew Detweiler .

Featuring the artists: Jeff Caplan, Bob Hoffman, Ezra Manners, Steve Cooper, Drew Detweiler, Lucy Hosking, Mike Horton,  The Dancetronauts, Casey Gerstle,LightWalker, Philip Plastina, Lisa Martin, Mark Switzer and Samba Stilt Circus.

$10 General Admission, $5 MAH Members. Buy tickets in advance for both nights of GLOW: $18 General, $8 MAH Members for both nights. Advanced tickets are available here.

GLOW Program 2013

GLOW Program 2013

 

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