THIS WEEK IN JERUSALEM: Lights and colors

June 13, 2018 16:24
Mads Christensen’s “Cathedral of Mirrors” will be displayed at this week’s annual International Fest

Mads Christensen’s “Cathedral of Mirrors” will be displayed at this week’s annual International Festival of Light. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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Lights and colors The 2018 Jerusalem Festival of Light will focus on the theme of togetherness, bringing together artists of various disciplines and encouraging audience participation.

Now in its 10th consecutive year, the festival will transform and illuminate much of the Old City from June 27 to July 5. Jerusalemites and visitors who stroll the alleys of the Old City will enjoy dozens of stunning and interactive light installations, musicians and performers along the way.


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