Grand Park’s Winter Glow returns for the park’s second annual nighttime art display from December 6, 2019 through December 25, 2019, offering an immersive experience that will span two county locations this holiday season expanding across Grand Avenue to include the newly renovated Music Center Plaza.
Grand Park’s Winter Glow will feature installations by L.A.-based artists from across the county. Each artist will design and install magical light attractions for the public to enjoy as they stroll through Grand Park and The Music Center Plaza.
Familiar pathways and historic fountains will be transformed into exciting new discoveries with the latest in light and projection technology. Some of the curated large-scale installations will be hands-on and interactive as additional complementary light displays make Hope Street to Hill Street “glow” in the winter sky.
Grand Park’s Winter Glow will also feature a five-foot “parol,” based on a star-shaped lantern that embellishes homes during Christmas in the Philippines and signifies cultural meaning and identity for Los Angeles’ large Filipino community. Grand Park will display the Christmas lantern and promote Filipino cultural and artistic practices by hosting a free parol-making workshop on Saturday, December 7, 2019 from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm, where community members can learn and create their own parol to take with them.
Throughout Grand Park’s Winter Glow, families will enjoy listening to a special soundscape of playlists curated by L.A.-based artists and partners, including Silver Lake-based Indie label Dangerbird Records and filmmaker/arts organizer Joel Quizon, among others.
Grand Park’s Winter Glow will be located at Grand Park, 200 N. Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90012 (between Grand Avenue, and Hill Street). This even is open to public and FREE for everyone to enjoy.