Light Supply, a glowing group exhibition that opened last summer amidst a flurry of local shows playing with light, features works by a number of well-respected magicians of illumination. Three of them -- Lonnie Hanzon, Jen Lewin and Collin Parson -- will join Museum of Outdoor Arts director Cynthia Madden Leitner and moderators Erik Isaak and Michael Keen of the Untitled Art Show (check out their podcast with Lewin at the UAS website) for a panel discussion at 7 p.m. tonight that's bound to be lively, given the company.
If you missed the show the first time around, here's an opportunity -- with perks -- to catch it.
If you can't make it tonight, Light Supply will be at MOA through February. Visit the museum website for more information.
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