Hawthorn e-Luminates Cambridge for third year

Hawthorn will continue its work on the e-Luminate Cambridge Festival 2015 for the third year running.

The festival involves Hawthorn collaborating with artists to install low carbon creative lighting designs. A series of events, workshops, and artistic projections and installations will transform the city from 11 to 15 February.

Susie Olczak, a local artist, has notably collaborated with Hawthorn to create ‘Light Progression’, a series of interactive installations that will feature King’s College, the Fitzwilliam Museum, and Peterhouse, the oldest of the Cambridge Colleges. 

Meanwhile, the installation at Senate House will showcase Ross Ashton’s work in a collaboration with Hawthorn and Panasonic. 

“The e-Luminate Festival helps create dialogue that focuses on the importance of developing greener solutions for both domestic and business use,” said Hawthorn’s head of sales and marketing Rachel Waterfield.

The aim of the festival is to connect ambitious art projects with imaginative technology, all while educating Cambridge in the use of low carbon lighting.



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Hawthorn e-Luminates Cambridge for third year

Hawthorn will continue its work on the e-Luminate Cambridge Festival 2015 for the third year running.

The festival involves Hawthorn collaborating with artists to install low carbon creative lighting designs. A series of events, workshops, and artistic projections and installations will transform the city from 11 to 15 February.

Susie Olczak, a local artist, has notably collaborated with Hawthorn to create ‘Light Progression’, a series of interactive installations that will feature King’s College, the Fitzwilliam Museum, and Peterhouse, the oldest of the Cambridge Colleges. 

Meanwhile, the installation at Senate House will showcase Ross Ashton’s work in a collaboration with Hawthorn and Panasonic. 

“The e-Luminate Festival helps create dialogue that focuses on the importance of developing greener solutions for both domestic and business use,” said Hawthorn’s head of sales and marketing Rachel Waterfield.

The aim of the festival is to connect ambitious art projects with imaginative technology, all while educating Cambridge in the use of low carbon lighting.



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