This is when it's okay to play with fire. By Steve Cooper, Karen Cooper, Ezra Manners, Lisa Martin, and Bonefire Bob Hofmann .
Wearable, musical piano that lights fire when you play it.
A fire breathing pipe organ with 17 pulse jets, 14 truck horns, 14 organ pipes mounted atop a Landspeeder imported from Tatooine. By Lucy Hosking.
Feathers from the Angel of the Apocalypse
Made of steel, driftwood and fuel the piece pumps fire out the top when a button is pressed by you, the participant. By the Flaming Lotus Girls.
Metallic daisy like flower with a flaming center. By Cindy Pierce.
Plankton Soup With Plastic
Explore an immersive participatory exhibition that sheds light on plastic consumption and let’s you add to the drawings on the walls.
Menagerie of Flaming Memories
Engage with works of fire art, such as Fire-fly and Flaming Mer-Mama by Jeff Caplan (aka Dr. Wasabi)
It's Skeeball, but the balls are on fire! By Hydrocarbon Collective.
Nocturnal Sunshine is a visionary fire-dance troupe based in Santa Cruz, CA. They are a collective of 12 spectacular costumed fire dancers, fire breathers, and stilt walkers.
When someone walks by or moves in front of the tree small random bursts of flame shoot up from the limbs. By Dave Faulkner.
Fire Flowers & Palm Tree
The Fire Flower series is four beautiful firey blooms made of metal petals and a hot firey center. By Jensen Hastings.
Rainbow Flame Test Demonstration
The UCSC Chemistry Department demonstrates how burning different elements can turn flames different colors.
LED Hoola Hoops
Be dazzled by the colorful blur of LED Hoola Hoops.
Life size figure of a colorful glowing swan diver last seen over the pedestrian bridge at the San Lorenzo river. By Geoffrey Nelson.
Land Sharks and Electric Butterflies
They are glowing, animated shark sculptures that are made of steel wire. They are mounted on four wheel drive, remote controlled cars. By Todd Wiliams.
Science of GLOW
Explore the science of how things GLOW with chemists and biologists from UCSC. With fire demos every 30 minutes, glow stick demos every 10 minutes, bio-luminescent and fluorescent animals, there’s a whole lot to see and learn.
Get up close to a large pulsating organism from the microcosm inspired by a baby jellyfish by Martin Taylor.
Burn Brite Nite Lite
Use the glowing pegs to create innovative designs or you stand back and watch art take form. By Shannon Shamoon.
Skeeter is a brightled lite LED burning man art car. It's an alien space ship driven by a deranged robot. Visitors are welcome to sit inside. By Vince Felicetta.
Pokey is a frog shaped LED Burning Man Art Car. Lights on the car dance to music and sounds. By Jason Novick.
LumaField is a projected interactive map. As people walk over the area, their footsteps will be followed by bioluminescent plankton and fireflies. By Rachel Stoll and Aron Altmark.
Dynamic changes of color and light will pull you towards the pond as it glows in circles. By Rachel Stoll and Aron Altmark.
Enjoy dazzling hula hoop performances from your local hoop troupe.
Xenestra, Goddess of Technology
Walk around 6ft tall translucent glowing statues that lights up with slowly color-changing LEDs.
Kenny the Dragon, Cameleon the Serpent, Holey Jacket, Glowing Capes
These are Electroluminescent and/or LED light, wearable pieces that can be worn as either costumes or clothing. The Dragon and Serpent are particularly animated, and can interact with individuals.
The Fractal Flower
The Fractal Flower is a Burning Man mutant vehicle that comes to life at night in an explosion of light and color.
Interactive Projection Mapping
Play with an Interactive Projection Mapping on the wall of the museum.
The Luminaire Bloom is alive with changing visions of the night sky. Participants experience how skyglow can affect biological systems, including humans, by altering the natural exposure of starlight.
GLOW is sponsored by MAH Donor Elizabeth Lass and the following organizations
Glow 2018 - Saturday, October 20th, 2018 - Hosted by Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History (MAH)