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Light Street Lights

 

Light Street Lights

 a Neighborhood Lights collaboration between Federal Hill Main Street, 

baltimore office of promotion & the arts, futuremakers, and Federal Hill community

Light Street Lights is a neighborhood-wide installation of photographic portraits that feature community members who live, work, or play in Federal Hill.

 
 
 
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Federal Hill Neighborhood Lights Parade

 

Join Fed Hill & FutureMakers on April 6th for the kick off of Light City 2018! Make your very own Light Painting with FutureMakers! Federal Hill Main Street will be hosting a parade to officially kick off the start of Neighborhood Lights in Federal Hill. The parade will begin at Federal Hill Park. The line-up starts at 6:30 by the iconic flag pole and will begin at sundown. Bring your kid, pets, strollers; all are welcome at this free event and participants are encouraged to illuminate! Prizes will be rewarded for best installation. To participate, please visit www.fedhill.org

 

 

Fed Hill Lights After-Party

 

When the Lights Go Down, the Stars Come Out!  Join us on April 6th for this FREE concert, following the Neighborhood Lights Parade, featuring the Outcalls and Super City! Come join the festivities! There will be drink vendors at the event.

 


Selfie Wall  - April 4 through April 22

 

Tell us what makes you brilliant! Take a selfie with our CMYK hand-painted window outside Berkshire Hathaway. Use the hashtag #LightStreetLights to be featured on our Selfie Wall page

Berkshire Hathaway - 1011 Light St in Fed Hill

 
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Light painting 

 

FutureMakers, a team of educators and designers who teach with creative technologies, conduct Light Painting workshops in which participants create a glowing "light brush" and explore how long-exposure photography and light can be combined to create amazing "paintings" in space and time! 

FutureMakers brought half-day Light Painting workshops to the Enoch Pratt Federal Hill Library, Thomas Johnson Elementary Middle School, and Digital Harbor High School and will be on site for the April 6th parade to have light painting fun with the community!