The normally vibrant Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts has sat empty for months. Where music, theater, and dance would appear in safer times, only silence and stillness during a historic pandemic. But while the public’s access to art has been limited by COVID-19, the need for art has only grown more dire. Now the public can view brilliant, topical works of art framed within the windows of the building.
The City of Beverly Hills and Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts have teamed up with TZ Projects to launch “Visions in Light: Windows on The Wallis.” The drive-by video display art exhibit takes place at The Wallis nightly from 8 – 11 p.m. from Nov. 19-29.
Projected on the windows of The Wallis, “Visions in Light” features nearly 40 established and emerging artists of diverse cultures portraying work meant to inspire joy, wonder and awareness.
The show is part of the Embrace & Celebrate Culture initiative, a new Citywide inter-Commission collaboration to celebrate diversity and create a greater culture of inclusion, equity and belonging in the City of Beverly Hills.
To learn more about “Visions in Light: within the windows of the building.” visit www.tzprojects.org.