As communities and cities went into lockdown our access to culture, art and heritage immediately became digital. Museums, galleries and artistic workshops closed and our urban fabric was left without any new vibrancy.
Heather Claridge explores as part of her piece ‘Light Relief’ how our communities and cities could utilise lighting initiatives, especially during the winter months, to ensure that lockdowns are a lot more vibrant, artistic driven and engaging to provide hope and activity through a period of sustained uncertainty.
Her piece draws on the Strathbungo Window Wanderland and other similar initiatives as inspiration and you can read her piece by clicking the link below.
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