Arts & Culture South Orange

PHOTOS: Pride #6 Light Installation Extended for 3 More Dates June 9-11

Pride #6 Light Installation by Cat Tate Starmer. Photo by Sarah Klein

The South Orange Department of Recreation and Cultural Affairs and Pierro Outdoors have announced that artist Cat Tate Starmer’s Pride #6 light installation sculpture in Cameron Field has been extended for three more dates.

Additional dates for the installation to be lighted are Friday, June 9 through Sunday, June 11.

Taking inspiration from South Orange Village Center’s campaign: Everybody Belongs Here, Starmer has created a public art installation that “both beautifies and popularizes South Orange’s public parks as a place for communion, inspiration and celebration of diversity.”

The installation involves the illumination of a grove of trees near Cameron Field to represent the Pride Rainbow, “creating a banner of light promoting the village’s commitment to maintaining a fully inclusive community, strengthened by its commitment to the arts. Three dark summer nights will be illuminated with a universal symbol of acceptance.”

Pride #6 Light Installation by Cat Tate Starmer. Photo by Sarah Klein

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