Luminosity at Day One

Oct 7, 2014

elephantLight Bringer Project, which brings us the stunningly beautiful Chalk Festival and the blast-of-a-good-time Doo Dah Parade, also has its hand in a dozen other projects that focus on helping kids find, learn, explore, and express their artistic vision.

At this year’s ArtNight Pasadena, Light Bringer Project presents “Luminosity” at Day One. This event is being described as “a color and light extravaganza, featuring radiant mammal and ice sculpture, creative works from Room 13’s student driven studios, an exhibit of African American prints, a drawing with light experience, music, (and) edibles.”

Artist Cynthia Minet will be exhibiting “the radiant mammal known as an up-cycle elephant,” which is the actual size of a baby elephant. Her works are made primarily with recycled plastics and it is lit from within. Also lit from within (we’d love to know how she does this) will be a tiger cub that Tatiana Viquez will carve out of ice.




Several other artists will have installations and guests may enjoy, too, Day One’s “waterfall of light fantastic.”

Musician Robert De Leon welcomes the public to “join us for a fun night of interactive art, music, dance, and community!”

Luminosity at Day One
Friday, Oct. 10th, 6-10 p.m.
Day One, 175 N. Euclid Ave. 91101
Free event
For complete details, visit

Liontech Arts Collective will provide the music:
DJ Palm Palm; 6-7 p.m.
Teknolust, electro house, house, techno; 7-8 p.m.
Tygris, electronic dance music; 8-9 p.m.
De Leon, electronic beats future; 9-10 p.m.




Flintridge Books

Lyd and Mo Photography

Louis Jane Studios

Homage Pasadena