Illumination Night by Summit Public Art

You’re Invited To a Special One-Night-Only Event!

Illumination Night

Join us on Friday, June 18th for our first-ever “Illumination Night” as we celebrate the launch of our new season.

Stay after dark, as we light up the Village Green with hundreds of illuminated balloons!

Bring your camera, bring a friend— downtown Summit has never seen anything like this!

FREE & OPEN TO ALL AGES!

SCHEDULE:

9-10pm – ILLUMINATION! 

(on the Summit Village Green at 356 Broad Street, Summit)

with music and a special video installation by acclaimed artist Sean Capone

Admission to all events of the evening is FREE and OPEN TO ALL AGES.

Any questions? Just ask!

*Please note that we are looking at options to add more Guided Art Walks in the coming weeks. We are delighted to have so many people interested in learning more about Summit Public Art and the art around town! Stay tuned!

Brought to you by Summit Public Art, with support from BarBacoa Restaurant.

(Rain Date of June 19)

SUMMIT PUBLIC ART– Bringing art to public spaces throughout Summit since 2002.

To learn more, follow Summit Public Art on Instagram and Facebook or visit us at www.summitpublicart.com

@summitpublicart #artlocalnj #illuminationnight

Contact Information
  1. Ellen de Havilland
  2. summitpublicarts@gmail.com
Fri, June 18
9:00 pm — 10:00 pm
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You’re Invited To a Special One-Night-Only Event!

Illumination Night

Join us on Friday, June 18th for our first-ever “Illumination Night” as we celebrate the launch of our new season.

Stay after dark, as we light up the Village Green with hundreds of illuminated balloons!

Bring your camera, bring a friend— downtown Summit has never seen anything like ...

356 Broad St, Summit, NJ 07901 Summit, NJ 07901

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