Take time to walk around Georgetown to view this year’s “Glow,” one of D.C.’s signature Christmas-Hanukkah events, seen from the waterfront to R Street — and presented by the Georgetown Business Improvement District. The fourth edition of the light show features more artists than ever before.
“Glow” is “the region’s only curated exhibition of outdoor public light art installations,” according to the BID. “Set against the historic backdrop of D.C.’s oldest neighborhood, it’s a whole new way to shine. … We do hope that Glow brings a renewed light to all during the holiday season.”
The 2017 Georgetown “Glow” invites visitors to reimagine the season of light through outdoor public art, adds the BID. Glow runs through Sunday, Jan. 7, with works lighted from 5 to 10 p.m.
The D.C. Commission on the Arts & Humanities awarded the Georgetown BID a Public Art Building Communities Grant of $150,000 for Georgetown “Glow” 2017.