Earlier this year, we wrote about Lumonics, a light art collective that for decades has been providing trippy and possibly therapeutic light and sound art experiences for visitors. Some guests even claim to have had spiritual breakthroughs, past-life regressions or seen relatives who had passed while experiencing Lumonics performances.
Now, you can experience the magic of Lumonics yourself.
Starting this Sunday, July 11, Lumonics is offering Second Sunday Guided Tours of their Light & Sound Gallery. Barry Raphael, a longtime Lumonics member and co-archivist, will act as tour guide, inviting visitors to immerse themselves in light and color, view works by the late artists Dorothy and Mel Tanner and learn about the history of the collective. At the end, studio director Marc Billard will conduct an immersive light and sound experience.
Tours will meet at 800 E. 73 Ave., No. 1, start at 1 p.m. and run for about an hour. Light refreshments will be served. Guests who aren’t vaccinated will be asked to wear a mask.
You can make reservations for the following dates on Lumonics’ website:
- Sunday, July 11
- Sunday, August 8
- Sunday, September 12