Sep
27
Thu
Farmers Market/Music in the Junction @ Valley Junction
Sep 27 @ 4:00 pm

The 2018 Farmers Market/Music in the Junction series will take place May 3 through September 27.

Join us for our signature event in Historic Valley Junction – our weekly Farmers Market and Music in the Junction concert series.

Farmers Market is home to over 100 weekly vendors selling fresh produce, baked goods, plants and flowers, arts and crafts and prepared foods. Join your friends and neighbors from 4:00 – 8:00 pm.

Sep
28
Fri
Luminarium – Albesila @ Cowles Commons
Sep 28 @ 9:30 am
September 28 – October 7, 2018

Hours: 9:30 AM – 6 PM
Admission: $5 day-of standby admission, $15 advance reserved time

Volunteers needed:
Learn how you can help guests experience this special event

ALBESILA (the new luminarium) represents a complete departure from how we had approached the design of previous luminaria. Previously luminaria aimed to encourage the visitors to lose themselves by creating winding paths and short sightlines whereas for Albesila we used a rectilinear grid ground plan to give long sightlines and clear left/ right parameters. We soon found that too unexciting and have completely revised the layout to restore the mystery and sense of discovery.

And the paths are different too, they’re no longer the curving tunnels but airy, interconnected, 5 meter high ovoid domes. 27 such domes make Albesila feel more voluminous despite occupying a similar ground area to its predecessors.

Of the 27 egg-shaped domes 4 eggs provide the base to the most imposing tree form and 10 eggs are opaque silver where, looking upward, one discovers radiant geometric traceries inspired by Islamic art.

The remaining 13 eggs provide a complete immersion in color. This sensory intensity reaches a peak in the magnificent Main Dome where an intricate weave of illuminated seams creates a constellation of stars spiraling upward to the heavens.

Sep
29
Sat
Luminarium – Albesila @ Cowles Commons
Sep 29 @ 9:30 am
September 28 – October 7, 2018

Hours: 9:30 AM – 6 PM
Admission: $5 day-of standby admission, $15 advance reserved time

Volunteers needed:
Learn how you can help guests experience this special event

ALBESILA (the new luminarium) represents a complete departure from how we had approached the design of previous luminaria. Previously luminaria aimed to encourage the visitors to lose themselves by creating winding paths and short sightlines whereas for Albesila we used a rectilinear grid ground plan to give long sightlines and clear left/ right parameters. We soon found that too unexciting and have completely revised the layout to restore the mystery and sense of discovery.

And the paths are different too, they’re no longer the curving tunnels but airy, interconnected, 5 meter high ovoid domes. 27 such domes make Albesila feel more voluminous despite occupying a similar ground area to its predecessors.

Of the 27 egg-shaped domes 4 eggs provide the base to the most imposing tree form and 10 eggs are opaque silver where, looking upward, one discovers radiant geometric traceries inspired by Islamic art.

The remaining 13 eggs provide a complete immersion in color. This sensory intensity reaches a peak in the magnificent Main Dome where an intricate weave of illuminated seams creates a constellation of stars spiraling upward to the heavens.

Sep
30
Sun
Luminarium – Albesila @ Cowles Commons
Sep 30 @ 9:30 am
September 28 – October 7, 2018

Hours: 9:30 AM – 6 PM
Admission: $5 day-of standby admission, $15 advance reserved time

Volunteers needed:
Learn how you can help guests experience this special event

ALBESILA (the new luminarium) represents a complete departure from how we had approached the design of previous luminaria. Previously luminaria aimed to encourage the visitors to lose themselves by creating winding paths and short sightlines whereas for Albesila we used a rectilinear grid ground plan to give long sightlines and clear left/ right parameters. We soon found that too unexciting and have completely revised the layout to restore the mystery and sense of discovery.

And the paths are different too, they’re no longer the curving tunnels but airy, interconnected, 5 meter high ovoid domes. 27 such domes make Albesila feel more voluminous despite occupying a similar ground area to its predecessors.

Of the 27 egg-shaped domes 4 eggs provide the base to the most imposing tree form and 10 eggs are opaque silver where, looking upward, one discovers radiant geometric traceries inspired by Islamic art.

The remaining 13 eggs provide a complete immersion in color. This sensory intensity reaches a peak in the magnificent Main Dome where an intricate weave of illuminated seams creates a constellation of stars spiraling upward to the heavens.

Oct
1
Mon
Luminarium – Albesila @ Cowles Commons
Oct 1 @ 9:30 am
September 28 – October 7, 2018

Hours: 9:30 AM – 6 PM
Admission: $5 day-of standby admission, $15 advance reserved time

Volunteers needed:
Learn how you can help guests experience this special event

ALBESILA (the new luminarium) represents a complete departure from how we had approached the design of previous luminaria. Previously luminaria aimed to encourage the visitors to lose themselves by creating winding paths and short sightlines whereas for Albesila we used a rectilinear grid ground plan to give long sightlines and clear left/ right parameters. We soon found that too unexciting and have completely revised the layout to restore the mystery and sense of discovery.

And the paths are different too, they’re no longer the curving tunnels but airy, interconnected, 5 meter high ovoid domes. 27 such domes make Albesila feel more voluminous despite occupying a similar ground area to its predecessors.

Of the 27 egg-shaped domes 4 eggs provide the base to the most imposing tree form and 10 eggs are opaque silver where, looking upward, one discovers radiant geometric traceries inspired by Islamic art.

The remaining 13 eggs provide a complete immersion in color. This sensory intensity reaches a peak in the magnificent Main Dome where an intricate weave of illuminated seams creates a constellation of stars spiraling upward to the heavens.

Oct
2
Tue
Luminarium – Albesila @ Cowles Commons
Oct 2 @ 9:30 am
September 28 – October 7, 2018

Hours: 9:30 AM – 6 PM
Admission: $5 day-of standby admission, $15 advance reserved time

Volunteers needed:
Learn how you can help guests experience this special event

ALBESILA (the new luminarium) represents a complete departure from how we had approached the design of previous luminaria. Previously luminaria aimed to encourage the visitors to lose themselves by creating winding paths and short sightlines whereas for Albesila we used a rectilinear grid ground plan to give long sightlines and clear left/ right parameters. We soon found that too unexciting and have completely revised the layout to restore the mystery and sense of discovery.

And the paths are different too, they’re no longer the curving tunnels but airy, interconnected, 5 meter high ovoid domes. 27 such domes make Albesila feel more voluminous despite occupying a similar ground area to its predecessors.

Of the 27 egg-shaped domes 4 eggs provide the base to the most imposing tree form and 10 eggs are opaque silver where, looking upward, one discovers radiant geometric traceries inspired by Islamic art.

The remaining 13 eggs provide a complete immersion in color. This sensory intensity reaches a peak in the magnificent Main Dome where an intricate weave of illuminated seams creates a constellation of stars spiraling upward to the heavens.

Oct
3
Wed
Luminarium – Albesila @ Cowles Commons
Oct 3 @ 9:30 am
September 28 – October 7, 2018

Hours: 9:30 AM – 6 PM
Admission: $5 day-of standby admission, $15 advance reserved time

Volunteers needed:
Learn how you can help guests experience this special event

ALBESILA (the new luminarium) represents a complete departure from how we had approached the design of previous luminaria. Previously luminaria aimed to encourage the visitors to lose themselves by creating winding paths and short sightlines whereas for Albesila we used a rectilinear grid ground plan to give long sightlines and clear left/ right parameters. We soon found that too unexciting and have completely revised the layout to restore the mystery and sense of discovery.

And the paths are different too, they’re no longer the curving tunnels but airy, interconnected, 5 meter high ovoid domes. 27 such domes make Albesila feel more voluminous despite occupying a similar ground area to its predecessors.

Of the 27 egg-shaped domes 4 eggs provide the base to the most imposing tree form and 10 eggs are opaque silver where, looking upward, one discovers radiant geometric traceries inspired by Islamic art.

The remaining 13 eggs provide a complete immersion in color. This sensory intensity reaches a peak in the magnificent Main Dome where an intricate weave of illuminated seams creates a constellation of stars spiraling upward to the heavens.

Oct
4
Thu
Luminarium – Albesila @ Cowles Commons
Oct 4 @ 9:30 am
September 28 – October 7, 2018

Hours: 9:30 AM – 6 PM
Admission: $5 day-of standby admission, $15 advance reserved time

Volunteers needed:
Learn how you can help guests experience this special event

ALBESILA (the new luminarium) represents a complete departure from how we had approached the design of previous luminaria. Previously luminaria aimed to encourage the visitors to lose themselves by creating winding paths and short sightlines whereas for Albesila we used a rectilinear grid ground plan to give long sightlines and clear left/ right parameters. We soon found that too unexciting and have completely revised the layout to restore the mystery and sense of discovery.

And the paths are different too, they’re no longer the curving tunnels but airy, interconnected, 5 meter high ovoid domes. 27 such domes make Albesila feel more voluminous despite occupying a similar ground area to its predecessors.

Of the 27 egg-shaped domes 4 eggs provide the base to the most imposing tree form and 10 eggs are opaque silver where, looking upward, one discovers radiant geometric traceries inspired by Islamic art.

The remaining 13 eggs provide a complete immersion in color. This sensory intensity reaches a peak in the magnificent Main Dome where an intricate weave of illuminated seams creates a constellation of stars spiraling upward to the heavens.

Oct
5
Fri
Luminarium – Albesila @ Cowles Commons
Oct 5 @ 9:30 am
September 28 – October 7, 2018

Hours: 9:30 AM – 6 PM
Admission: $5 day-of standby admission, $15 advance reserved time

Volunteers needed:
Learn how you can help guests experience this special event

ALBESILA (the new luminarium) represents a complete departure from how we had approached the design of previous luminaria. Previously luminaria aimed to encourage the visitors to lose themselves by creating winding paths and short sightlines whereas for Albesila we used a rectilinear grid ground plan to give long sightlines and clear left/ right parameters. We soon found that too unexciting and have completely revised the layout to restore the mystery and sense of discovery.

And the paths are different too, they’re no longer the curving tunnels but airy, interconnected, 5 meter high ovoid domes. 27 such domes make Albesila feel more voluminous despite occupying a similar ground area to its predecessors.

Of the 27 egg-shaped domes 4 eggs provide the base to the most imposing tree form and 10 eggs are opaque silver where, looking upward, one discovers radiant geometric traceries inspired by Islamic art.

The remaining 13 eggs provide a complete immersion in color. This sensory intensity reaches a peak in the magnificent Main Dome where an intricate weave of illuminated seams creates a constellation of stars spiraling upward to the heavens.

Oct
6
Sat
Luminarium – Albesila @ Cowles Commons
Oct 6 @ 9:30 am
September 28 – October 7, 2018

Hours: 9:30 AM – 6 PM
Admission: $5 day-of standby admission, $15 advance reserved time

Volunteers needed:
Learn how you can help guests experience this special event

ALBESILA (the new luminarium) represents a complete departure from how we had approached the design of previous luminaria. Previously luminaria aimed to encourage the visitors to lose themselves by creating winding paths and short sightlines whereas for Albesila we used a rectilinear grid ground plan to give long sightlines and clear left/ right parameters. We soon found that too unexciting and have completely revised the layout to restore the mystery and sense of discovery.

And the paths are different too, they’re no longer the curving tunnels but airy, interconnected, 5 meter high ovoid domes. 27 such domes make Albesila feel more voluminous despite occupying a similar ground area to its predecessors.

Of the 27 egg-shaped domes 4 eggs provide the base to the most imposing tree form and 10 eggs are opaque silver where, looking upward, one discovers radiant geometric traceries inspired by Islamic art.

The remaining 13 eggs provide a complete immersion in color. This sensory intensity reaches a peak in the magnificent Main Dome where an intricate weave of illuminated seams creates a constellation of stars spiraling upward to the heavens.

Oct
7
Sun
Luminarium – Albesila @ Cowles Commons
Oct 7 @ 9:30 am
September 28 – October 7, 2018

Hours: 9:30 AM – 6 PM
Admission: $5 day-of standby admission, $15 advance reserved time

Volunteers needed:
Learn how you can help guests experience this special event

ALBESILA (the new luminarium) represents a complete departure from how we had approached the design of previous luminaria. Previously luminaria aimed to encourage the visitors to lose themselves by creating winding paths and short sightlines whereas for Albesila we used a rectilinear grid ground plan to give long sightlines and clear left/ right parameters. We soon found that too unexciting and have completely revised the layout to restore the mystery and sense of discovery.

And the paths are different too, they’re no longer the curving tunnels but airy, interconnected, 5 meter high ovoid domes. 27 such domes make Albesila feel more voluminous despite occupying a similar ground area to its predecessors.

Of the 27 egg-shaped domes 4 eggs provide the base to the most imposing tree form and 10 eggs are opaque silver where, looking upward, one discovers radiant geometric traceries inspired by Islamic art.

The remaining 13 eggs provide a complete immersion in color. This sensory intensity reaches a peak in the magnificent Main Dome where an intricate weave of illuminated seams creates a constellation of stars spiraling upward to the heavens.