Bring to Light Project 2017


#BTLP provides artists working or wanting to work in multi-media, digital media, installation, projection, filmmaking, sound, performance, and art forms not invented yet, a chance to try something different; to maybe collaborate with another artist or simply do something in an art form they haven’t done before. Audiences happening across these works should have the opportunity to be engaged and surprised.


Past locations have included cafes, an open-air mall, a vacant lot, grain silos, walls on the street, a public library, a clearing in a State Forest, a pottery/studio, and an empty shop front. Future locations are as diverse as your imagination.


Bring to Light Project is currently inviting expressions of interest for 2017.


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