A large-scale video projection on UAlbany’s Science Library will celebrate the unique cultural history of the Capital Region and Albany’s contribution to film and literary history.
Using sophisticated computer 3-D mapping and high-performance projectors, the projection mapping display will illuminate the 195-foot wide, 45-foot high exterior of the building, located on the University’s Washington Avenue uptown campus.
This narrative light show is being produced in conjunction with the inaugural NYS Writers Institute Albany Film Festival on Saturday, March 28, 2020 at the University at Albany uptown campus. The free event will begin as darkness falls and will be viewable from a distance.
The New York State Writers Institute at the University at Albany is joining forces with a local production company, an Albany-born film composer, and a Capital Region arts philanthropist to develop the large-scale public projection mapping show.
More about the projection mapping event is available online.
Photo of projection mapping of stained glass imagery on the Notre Dame Cathedral in Rouen, France provided.