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David Ogle

Wednesday 26 – Saturday 29 October, 18:00 – 22:00

Transforming aspects of the city through the use of light – that’s the promise from organisers of the eleventh illuminating York, supported by Arts Council England, which returns to the city tomorrow (Wednesday 26 October) to Saturday 29 October 2016. This year’s event features seven newly commissioned artworks using light, an expanded light trail and a host of ‘fringe’ events to create evenings to remember across York’s historic streets.

This year’s festival will see new venues host specially commissioned artworks, with outdoor installations highlighting some of York’s most intriguing buildings and spaces, and indoor illumination using projection, colour and light to showcase very different aspects of York’s heritage, from the industrial past of National Railway Museum’s workshops to the interior of Holy Trinity Church in Goodramgate. Internationally-renowned artists such as Jason Bruges Studio,...

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