Saturday, March 15 – 12n-10pm
Walk the Light is making the arts a vehicle for change through a variety of mediums, but primarily through events that provide a platform for artists and engage the community to support local change efforts and charitable causes.
The phrase “walk the light” is a word-picture of the artist’s role in society. Art created for the common good portrays a message of truth, w
There are interactive art installments like a pottery throwing station, a Polaroid photo booth, and stations where many contribute to create a collective art piece or poem. We also believe in providing children with the opportunity to encounter new art genres, so at any given event there will be interactive art stations catered specifically to kids. We’re an educational non-profit that is dedicated to sharing the joys that come from discovering new creative outlets which is a light. When displayed, it is held up for all to see, illuminating the path around it like a lantern.
The event will encompass the entire historic downtown area, spanning approximately 1 square mile, from Roberts Rd.
in the East to the Cedar Hill Library in the West, and the establishments just North of Belt Line Rd. to Texas St.
in the South.
Most of the event will be outdoors, but there will be a number of indoor spaces, as well.