Light House by Peter Culley, InLight 2008 Installation, Reprise TONIGHT

by | Apr 2, 2010 | POLITICS

Tonight at 208 West Broad Street, next to the Visual Arts Studio, Light House by Peter Culley (a fantastic light installation) can be seen again! Culley is an architect with Rick Mather Architects, and the lead in the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts expansion. The work is over two stories tall and should be very easy to see after sundown. As if you needed any more of an excuse to hit up the First Fridays artwalk tonight. We’ve got more coming today as to what’s going on in tonight’s festivities, and be sure that this is just the tip of the iceberg!

Tonight at 208 West Broad Street, next to the Visual Arts Studio, Light House by Peter Culley (a fantastic light installation) can be seen again! Culley is an architect with Rick Mather Architects, and the lead in the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts expansion. The work is over two stories tall and should be very easy to see after sundown. As if you needed any more of an excuse to hit up the First Fridays artwalk tonight. We’ve got more coming today as to what’s going on in tonight’s festivities, and be sure that this is just the tip of the iceberg!

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