Written by Emily Squires ||
LUMA returns to Binghamton this September 10th & 11th. The LUMA Projections Art Festival represents the works of hundreds of artists worldwide. 3D animations are projected onto Binghamton’s historic buildings, like city hall and the courthouse; creatively tying history and future together. The event begins at 8:30pm and runs until 9:45pm.
Previous LUMA events have hosted symphonies, cartoonists, artificial intelligence, and live motion actors. 2021 is to hold four main features projected onto different buildings; “Cheerful Nightmares”, “Firefly”, “Cosmogonia”, & “Duet in AI”.
A SUNY Broome student and attendant of LUMA2018 describes the festival as, “a lively, colorful event full of inspiration and hope. It fills the streets of Binghamton in a way many have not seen before, with art, music, and life. I seriously recommend taking your friends, whether from the area or not, it is definitely an opportunity not to be missed.”
Go to lumafestival.com to reserve your free tickets and find out more about Covid-19 regulations.