JERUSALEM FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS






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                            5-11 Tammuz, 5779                                     July 8-14, 2019 -- THE JEWISH OBSERVER, LOS ANGELES --  625th Web Ed.

                                                           

                                                                                                         

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Jerusalem Light Festival has attracted even more tourists. This year, there are a record number of international light artists from around the world.

Be prepared for the largest and most fascinating international event in the field of light art in Jerusalem! The festival will focus on the dissemination of light and the connection between people and will present works of art and new technologies that have developed over the past year.

This year, there are a record number of international light artists from around the world: India, the US, Brazil, New Zealand, Serbia and other six of the world’s top VJs

A breakthrough in the field of light festivals around the world: The VJ Visual Jockey project leaves the closed clubs and inner spaces to the outside, urban space at a huge multi-sensory party on the walls of the Old City

Along the three new, colorful and illuminated routes in the Old City will be dozens of works of light art that will lead visitors to a new world where the light introduces a new creation every evening.--I.T.N.

pics courtesy I.T.N.

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