The third annual Jerusalem Light Festival will kick off on Wednesday evening
in Jerusalem's Old City, featuring art installations bursting with light and 3D
video montages splayed across the city’s ancient walls and buildings.
The week-long festival, a joint effort by the Jerusalem Municipality,
the Prime Minister’s Office, the semi-public Ariel Company and the
Jerusalem Development Authority, costs NIS 7 million to produce, part of
which is covered by sponsors.
Last year the festival drew 200,000 people. More information and a map
of the installations at http://en.lightinjerusalem.org.il/2011/.
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