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AAAH: THE GLOW SHOW!
November 10@6:00 pm - 9:00 pm$5
The Glow Show – our most popular AAAH event – returns on November 10! The event will transform three levels of the building with glow-in-the-dark, light-up, sparkling installations and interactive art pieces. Prepare for maximum glow and maximum fun for all ages (adults – that means you, too!)
AAAH: THE GLOW SHOW!
Saturday, November 10 6:00PM-9:00PM
at Waterfall Arts!
ONLY $3 to get in for kids under 12!!!! $5 for old people 🙂 Funds raised help support our affordable and free community programs, your donations are much appreciated. Glowing treats will also be available for purchase.
The first floor will feature The Infinity Closet, the Starlight Toy Lounge and Illuminated Art Gallery in the Bridge Studio, and a Day of the Dead Ofrenda (Altar). Downstairs, the Fallout Shelter performance space will be exclusively lit by black lights, provided by event sponsors, Marshall Wharf Brewing Company, for optimal glowing effects. There will be light up sensory tables, art activities, dancefloor, neon posters, DIY glow face paint, and even glowing snacks and beverages. Look for the Glowtography Booth, Glow Fashion Show (wear your whites + neons and WORK IT), rad race car track, fortunes by Jaambi, and numerous interactive, light-up art installations. The second floor will include the Shadow Puppet Theater (a favorite from last year) and Lite Brite Central. The third floor and mezzanine will include Glow Bowling, a Disco Landing, Photographic Dark Room, a Light and Shadow Installation by Kate Sweater, and the Analogue Snuggery.
Throughout the year, All Ages Art Happenings (AAAH) events engage area youth and families through community-building “art parties” with memorable, themed, multi-sensory art experiences for all ages. AAAH events are made possible by local business sponsors Little River Veterinary Hospital, The Green Store, Sundog Solar, and VeloInk. Additional support is provided by foundations such as the Davis Family Foundation, Onion Foundation, and the Maine Arts Commission, as well as individual donors.