Hubs and Happenings 2014 - Art Parc
Kitchener Waterloo Art Gallery inside and out. Gallery open late, LIVE social media wall, music, art installations make this the place to chill, be active and take in great work! Follow the lights and come be part of Art Parc.
EventPeeks LIVE Social Media Wall-Check It Out by being part of it! #SLFKW or by sharing your vine videos. See it all LIVE at the Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, in the Rotunda of Kitchener City Hall, or at the Kitchener Waterloo Public Art Gallery. Connect and Share the Love!
The LUXE Bus
Jump on The Luxe Bus for a free ride between Kitchener and Waterloo! Sit back, relax, and listen to some live music while you're transported between the Summer Lights Festival Hubs! Brought to you by CHC Student Housing, the owners of Waterloo's premier student housing buildings, Luxe I & II. Bus leaves Civic Polis (at King and College in Kitchener) and Square 2.0 (King at Willis Way in Waterloo) every half an hour starting at 8:30pm. Last pick-up is at 1:30am. *Last bus leaving for Art Parc/KWAG departs at 12:30am.
- Civic Polis (King and College)
- Art Parc (KWAG)
- Le Village (Princess at Regina)
- Corners (Erb and Carolyn)
- Square 2.0 (King at Willis Way)
Birch - Classic Rock, Reimagined
Birch makes old favourites new again through powerfully elegant female vocals and an energized acoustic sound.
Discover Birch at Summer Lights Festival - they'll ignite the night, your heart, and your pants with classic rock. Trust us.
The NUMUS Improv Ensemble
The NUMUS Improv Ensemble will be taking audience requests and creating unique one-of-a-kind pieces for you! Based on 'Whose Line is it Anyway's" 'Scenes from a Hat" concept, the ensemble will take your ideas, whether they be people, places, animals, stories, or anything else you can imagine, and will turn your ideas into original pieces created on the spot. Don't have an idea to give our ensemble? Come up and conduct them instead! No experience required!
Sohelia Esfahani invites the public to create their own stencils and decorate shipping pallets using various designs. In her installations, Esfahani often incorporates decorated shipping pallets, which metaphorically serve as objects of holding. These pallets are ready to move in-between and cross boundaries of places and cultures by being in a state of permanent transit. Cultured Pallets series are transient installations which grow out of Esfahani’s ongoing process of marking shipping pallets with an email address (email@example.com) and a variety of collected motifs and designs. The cultured pallets are then sent back into circulation.
Make your mark at the Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery! Leave behind your answer to the question "What Inspires You?" Draw, write, doodle, perform your inspiration and add it to our collaborative Post-it Note project, make a button for the road, hit the streets with chalk drawing, and take in our exhibitions, Extraordinary Folk and Intuitive Vision, which will be open all night long. Stop in for some food from the Yeti Cafe and a beverage, too!
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Respecting the Process
Respecting the Process aims to honour the personal progression of motivating people & inspire with their stories. Check out RtP produced video content showcasing SLF participants.
Chalkthoughts is striving to provide high quality chalk art photos and to inspire people of all ages to “create art anywhere”. Look for Chalkthoughts during the festival and don't forget to submit your Chalkthoughts.
Tweet your pics to #SLFKW and check them out on the live Eventpeeks wall, also projected on real walls during the festival both UpTown and Downtown.