Massachusetts Design Art and Technology Institute, the contemporary art institute and its partners will kick off a city-wide, collaborative venture called “LIGHT 2020” from June through September 2020.
DATMA’s Lindsay Mis and Jim Phillips of WBSM talk about Light:2020 and the importance of accessible public art.
Hyperallergic feature: DATMA’s LIGHT 2020 Brings Art, Design, and Technology to “the City That Lit the World”
The Massachusetts Design Art and Technology Institute kicks off programming in New Bedford with free public art installations by MASARY Studios and Soo Sunny Park, to be observed outdoors while social distancing.
DATMA returns with another free public art installation – LIGHT 2020 – bringing world renowned art, design and technology to the “city that lit the world.”
DATMA adapts to COVID-19 and brings public art to New Bedford which highlights its rich history.
The Boston Globe’s Grace Griffin invites readers to “motor up” to New Bedford and come see the public art exhibitions of Soo Sunny Park and MASARY studios.
Light: 2020 premiers this Saturday, June 20th. Since we cannot yet gather together in celebration, this year’s artwork will launch quietly. We ask you to see these projects on your own time and know that we are beyond excited to provide you with the opportunity to experience original works of art in the urban gallery setting of downtown New Bedford.