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NOX Night Sculpture walk to light up Randwick

Published Date
04/05/2021
News Topic
Heritage, Art & Culture, Exhibitions, Awards & Competitions
NOX Night Sculpture

The wetlands and green space of the Randwick Environment Park will be lit up from Friday 14 May to Sunday 16 May 2021 as part of the biennial NOX Night Sculpture Walk, held by Randwick City Council, with support from UNSW Art & Design.

NOX, Latin for night, will feature a 1.5km loop walk featuring illuminated sculptures and artworks, NOX Night Cinema, featuring short films and animations from UNSW School of Arts and Media, food trucks, Gelato Messina and a bar featuring spirits from Archie Rose distillery as well as a selection of beer and wine.

“The popularity of the NOX Night Sculpture Walk continues to grow every time we hold the event,” stated Randwick Mayor Danny Said. “It’s fast becoming a must-see event that’s a little bit different. The longer nights and cooler temperatures really make this a special night out and a great way to welcome Winter.

“Where else could you see performance pieces, short films and sculptures that glow from within, and then warm up by an open fire while discussing all the things you’ve just seen? We’ll also have food trucks and gelato as well as a bar for the over 18s.”

The Sculpture Walk will be open from 6pm to 8pm. All artworks are powered and lit by renewable energy sources.

Images from the 2019 event available upon request.

NOX Night Sculpture

NOX Night Sculpture

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