GLOW with kids
In case you missed it: GLOW is in full swing! Are you planning on visiting with the kids this week? We've highlighted six projects on which the little ones can feast their eyes.
The Water Wall @High Tech Campus
A symphony of color, water, and technology: the Water Wall is an impressive water show at the High Tech Campus. To the rhythm of the music, 48 water jets dance to a remarkable choreography. An ideal opener (or closer) of an evening of GLOW with kids!
Wish Factory @DOMUSDELA in the city center
At DOMUSDELA, there’s a lot to see, such as the Wish Factory. This interactive project awaits you inside the Paterskerk. Here, young and old may grant a wish and see it transformed into light art. A pretty cool sight if you ask us!
Footprint @Ketelhuisplein at Strijp-S
With the help of projections by Hugo Vrijdag, Ketelhuisplein transforms into one giant playground. The images create a large green valley of no less than five hectares, with a literal footprint of flowers in the middle. Footprint also makes us aware of our impact on the planet. It's awe-inspiring, perhaps even more so for the little ones among us.
Firefly Field @Gloeilampplantsoen at Strijp-T
A must-visit for the whole family: Firefly Field is an enchanting light installation of hundreds of flying lights that simulate the movements of fireflies. Glowing, darting, hovering above the ground. Together, they create a dynamic, curiosity-inducing, light scene over the Gloeilampplantsoen.
Domus Luma @DOMUSDELA in the city center
When visiting the Wish Factory, it's almost impossible to ignore the incredible project called Domus Luma. The project Domus Luma was designed specifically for the former Augustinian Church, now known as DOMUSDELA. Artist Yann Nguema combines projection, light, and laser to create an innovative and poetic narrative. Nguema has digitally recreated all 50,000 stones of the church, so he truly brings the building to life with light.
Sunflowers for Van Gogh @Nuenen
Go back in time with the extraordinary project Sunflowers for Van Gogh. Together with its surroundings, they form a picturesque sight. You will find the field of flowers at the place where Vincent van Gogh painted his first masterpiece 136 years ago: next to windmill De Roosdonck.