12 Sep 2017, by LiselottePel
starts on 24 Sep 2017,
ends on 28 Sep 2017
Marriott Syracuse Downtown
100 E Onondaga St, Syracuse, NY 13202, USA
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From Sunday, September 24, 2017, to Thursday, September 28, 2017, the World Canals Conference will take place in Syracuse, NY. On Wednesday, September 27, Felix Guttmann will be one of the speakers. For the full schedule click here.
This year’s World Canals Conference themed “Our Vital Waterways: Agents of Transformation,” is a five-day world-class conference 200 years in the making. Celebrate the bicentennial of the Erie Canal and enjoy exploring the waterways and communities of Central New York.
Celebrating & Interpreting Canals Through Public Art & Events
Amsterdam Light Festival is an annual light art festival in Amsterdam. Artists, architects and (light) designers from all over the world bring their light artworks and installations alive during the festival every winter. The artworks are placed alongside two routes. Each route has their own theme, set of artworks and visitor experience. Water Colors, the boat rout, displays big monumental objects and offers visitors the chance to experience the art from a water perspective. Illuminade, the walking route, shows interactive and innovative installations from upcoming designers in the Plantage neighborhood.
Chairman, Amsterdam Light Festival. Six years ago, Felix initiated the Amsterdam Light Festival, a cultural festival of light and water along Amsterdam’s dense network of canals, shining light during the long, dark Dutch winter. The festival has attracted more than a million visitors.
in the spotlight
Nov 7, 2018
The Verhoeven Twins and "Varnitas of Life" are on view in the Carpenters Workshop Gallery in New York from November 7
Oct 2, 2018
W.F. Hermans's WW2 novel has been translated into English by David Colmer and
Nov 2, 2018
The legendary Lois Lane singer will perform at various venues throughout New York and Brooklyn from November 2-11
Oct 26, 2018
The Orléans Collection @ New Orleans Museum of Art On View From October 26