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12 WBNG Headlines

LUMA Festival to light up State Street

Binghamton, NY (WBNG Binghamton) A portion of downtown Binghamton will light up Friday night-- for a festival looking to celebrate local art in a unique way. The first annual LUMA festival will begin at sunset on Sep. 4. The event will feature six different works of art will be displayed by projectors on five separate buildings along State Street. The goal of LUMA is to celebrate the arts and culture of downtown Binghamton. The event’s organizers raised $15,000 through a kickstarter program for the event. The kickstarter money combined with public support and event sponsors provided the funds to create the event. Fifteen animators from Favorite Colors, Gallery 12 Plus and freelance artists all created the artwork which will be displayed. Some of the projections were made using a process called projection mapping. This process consisted of taking a 3-D model a building. Animators take that model and manipulate it. “We’re going to be able to warp the images on to the buildings themselves,” said Andrew Peters, a volunteer working for the event. “It's actually going to be able to bring the buildings themselves to life." Mason Mastroianni, a cartoonist of the B.C. comic strip, also contributed to LUMA. He worked with emerging digital artist Zach Milligan. Together, the two Binghamton natives created three computer animated B.C shorts for LUMA. "I got to work one-on-one with somebody -- somebody who's local -- and on an event in my hometown which is something I care so much about,” said Mastroianni. According to a producer of the event, this festival cements downtown Binghamton’s status as the cultural hub of the Southern Tier. “I’ve always said with the revitalization of downtown Binghamton, all of these great pieces are there and we just needed more of them to come together,” said BingPop owner Joshua Bernard. “It seems like in this moment it seems every piece is coming together." In the event of rain, the event will be held on Saturday Sep. 5.

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