Breathing Lights project finale

Breathing Lights house Schenectady

The official wrap-up for the Breathing Lights public art project is set for April 7 at Proctors. Blurbage:

Why spend a $1M on public art? What did we accomplish? What's next? Come find out. Breathing Lights will officially wrap with a networking lunch with Mayors Sheehan, McCarthy and Madden, live performances, screenings, lively policy discussions, a presentation of project impacts, and the debut of WMHT's Behind the Lights documentary.

The day includes a few different events. Each is $10, or $20 for all three. The screening of the documentary is free.

Here's a compressed schedule.

11:30 am-1 pm: Networking lunch and conversation with the mayors of Albany, Schenectady, and Troy

1-5:45 pm: "Afternoon of Art & Inspiration"
"Including findings from the Breathing Lights Impact Evaluation, Live Performances, and TEDx-style presentations from regional thought leaders and Breathing Lights parters. Special Guest: Erwin Redl, international artist and LED installation expert, will discuss his latest projects."

5:45-7 pm: Reception

7 pm: Documentary premiere
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Earlier: The push to breathe life into the buildings that breathed light

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