Night Bright Community Festival: Magical Forest @ North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh [18 May]

Night Bright Community Festival: Magical Forest


1775
18
May
18:30 - 22:00

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North Carolina Museum of Art
2110 Blue Ridge Rd, Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
A magical rainforest filled with strange fruit and improbable creatures. Featuring digitally animated projections by Austrian artist collaborative OMAi with visual artist Robin Vuchnich, this Night Bright event (free ticket required, see below) brings to life the magic of the forest. Fun for all ages with forest-themed art making, live critters from the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, a performance by Cirque de Vol, and more! Music, food trucks, beverage tent. After dark OMAi and Robin Vuchnich project their creations on a wall of East Building during two performances. Plus, join in the fun for a 10-minute digital painting session (separate paid ticket required, see below) with OMAi’s Tagtool app at ...provided iPad stations. What you create will be incorporated into the main animated projection also featuring work by OMAi and Ursula Gullow on a wall of East Building during two performances.

Ticketing How-to

Entry to this event is free, but a ticket is required. Free tickets available here.

To participate in digital painting sessions at the free event, one timed ticket per family or group of four is required in addition to free entry tickets. Space is limited; advance ticket required ($6 Members, $8 Nonmembers). Purchase tickets at the link below.

Free; ticket required
Additional ticket needed for 10-minute Tagtool session
$6 Members (per session)
$8 Nonmembers (per session)
Box Office | (919) 715-5923

SCHEDULE

6:30–8:30 pm: Art making, live animals
6:30–10 pm: Food trucks, beverage service
6:30–11 pm: Music, Cirque de Vol, and more
8–8:30 pm: Digital painting sessions with Tagtool
8:30 pm: Collaborative OMAi performance (no public digital painting session)
8:45–10:30 pm: Digital painting sessions with Tagtool
10:30 pm: Collaborative OMAi performance (no public digital painting session)
10:45–11 pm: Digital painting session with Tagtool

Food Trucks

Thai Box Zing Catering
Baozi
STUFT
American Meltdown
Soom Soom Pita Pockets
Two Roosters Ice Cream
The Cookie People

General Guidelines
Please observe the following rules and guidelines to enhance your safety and enjoyment.
• Blankets and folding chairs are permitted for lawn seating.
• Pets are not allowed on the premises.
• Smoking is permitted only in a designated area near the theater entrance.
• Public restrooms and water fountains are at the bottom of the entrance walkway to the left.
Food and Beverage
• Picnics are welcome in the amphitheater—or enjoy food from a selection of 7 food trucks. An ATM is located just outside East Building.
o Coolers, ice chests, picnic baskets, and plastic storage containers for transporting food and ice are allowed.
o Beverage containers not purchased at the venue must be factory sealed and in non-glass containers. This applies to water, tea, lemonade, or any other beverage. The Museum reserves the right to inspect all containers brought onto the premises.
o Parents may bring baby bottles or sippy cups for young children.
o Visitors may not bring alcoholic beverages of any type into the Museum Park.
o You must be at least 21 to consume wine or beer on the premises. IDs are checked at the gate.
Safety
• In case of emergency, contact a uniformed security officer.
• Emergency medical care is available at outdoor events, courtesy of Rex Healthcare's Emergency Response Team.
• Walkways and stairs must be kept clear; no seating or standing permitted.
• Use caution when moving about the facilities after dark.
Weather
• Events take place rain or shine unless conditions endanger the safety of artists and the public.
• We’ll post weather updates on the event listing as well as on Facebook and Twitter. You may also call the Museum Box Office, (919) 715-5923, for updates.
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