EXPERIENCE IMMERSIVE ART, LIGHT, VIDEO AND SOUND
Follow the light to IGNITE, Broward’s new family-friendly immersive art experience featuring exciting interactive video and light installations created by leading contemporary artists and designers.
FREE! JANUARY 26-30, 2022
Broward County Cultural Division presents the second annual art and light festival, IGNITE.
Daily from 10 am – 8 PM, captivating indoor video, light and design exhibitions by artists and designers David Carson, Susan Narduli and Edison Penafiel will be on display at MAD Arts in Dania Beach (481 S. Federal Highway), with timed reservations available here.
Nightly from 6 – 10 PM, downtown Fort Lauderdale will come alive with spectacular outdoor digital art, light and 3D projections at the Museum of Discovery & Science’s atrium (401 SW 2 St.) and in Esplanade Park (400 SW 2 St.).
Everyone is invited to attend the IGNITE Broward kickoff in Esplanade Park and the Museum of Discovery & Science’s atrium on Wednesday, January 26. The event will feature food trucks and Broward County Mayor Michael Udine will activate the art at 6 PM.
Coinciding with Fort Lauderdale Art & Design Week, IGNITE Broward builds on the Cultural Division’s ‘Light the Night’ festival, which took place in March 2021. Now, with a new name, expanded roster of artists and mediums, and new locations, IGNITE Broward is sure to become a must-see annual event.
IGNITE Broward is presented by Broward Cultural Division and is produced by the creative solutions firm, MAD. It incorporates innovative technology to create new site-specific artworks by international and local artists. Additional support comes from Riverwalk Fort Lauderdale, Visit Lauderdale, Museum of Discovery & Science and the City of Fort Lauderdale.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Enjoy an immersive light and art experience with food trucks and drinks at the official kickoff event.
January 26, 5:30 - 10 PM
Location: Museum of Discovery & Science and Esplanade Park, Fort Lauderdale
Join award-winning Los Angeles-based artist and architect Susan Narduli for a talk in which she will discuss the evolution of her concept of public space, as well as new tools for placemaking and expression.
January 28, 4 - 5 PM
Location: MetroLab at FAU, Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale
Examples of Artists' Work: