GLOW announces new format, issues call to artists

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Sculptures will light up the night desert at GLOW.
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GLOW!, the illuminated art event held annually in Oracle at the Triangle L Ranch has announced a new format for the event. This year the GLOW will be held on four different Saturday nights. Admission will be limited to 500 people per evening and will be through advance sales only. GLOW will be held the first two Saturdays of September and the first two Saturdays of November.

This year each Saturday evening of the GLOW will have a different theme. The Premier evening will be on September 6 from 7 to 11 pm and will include a costume ball and silent auction as well as dancing and special surprises. Advanced tickets sales only and they are available for $15 or if you carpool, four for $50. Entertainment and food for purchase will be available each evening.

Saturday, September 13 will be Family Day from 5 to 9 pm with entertainment and attractions geared towards kids and families. There will be workshops and interactive projects and a costume contest. Advance tickets only are $10 per person, age 13 and under $5, and age 3 and under free.

October 4 will be the Harvest Moon Glow from 7 to 11 pm. It will feature art, music, performances and illuminated costumes. Advance tickets only will be sold for $15 per person, 13 and under $7.50 and 3 and under free. Carpool and get four tickets for $50.

On Saturday October 11 the GLOW 2014 will celebrate the last evening of GLOW with art, music, performances, food and illuminated costumes. Advance tickets are $15 per person, 13 and under $7.50 and 3 and under free.

Sharon Holnback, owner of the Triangle L Ranch invites everyone to come out and enjoy and become the experience known as GLOW.

A call to artists for applications to install works by August 31 at the Triangle L Ranch in Oracle, Arizona has been announced. The GLOW! is an annual creative collaborative illuminated art experience. Artists are not monetarily compensated. GLOW! and the Triangle L Ranch are not responsible for for loss or damage to any art work, equipment or personal injury.

Free GLOW workshops and work parties will be available during installation of the GLOW art. Artists are encouraged to come out anytime and to team up with other artists to create installations and multi-media light works. To learn more about the artist applications, ticket purchases and the new format of GLOW! Visit their website:www.trianglelranch.com. You can also contact them at (520)623-7732 orglow@trianglelranch.com.

John Hernandez (656 Posts)

John Hernandez lives in Oracle. He is retired and enjoys writing and traveling. He is active in the Oracle Historical Society. He covers numerous public events, researches historical features and writes business/artist profiles.


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