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A Celebration of Art: An Immersive 3D Projection Experience

Nov. 11-14

Location: Exterior Facades of The Little Theatre and Museum of Art (S. Jefferson St., b/t Zaragoza and E. Main St)) View Map

Tickets: FREE; Enhanced Experience Tickets for Purchase

The Pensacola Little Theatre and Pensacola Cultural Center are celebrating art – from theatre, singing, ballet, painting, writing, videography – in a larger-than-life outdoor digital graffiti display running November 11-14, 2021.

Fusing virtual and live performances, both the Cultural Center and the Museum of Art will come alive with Disney-like projections bouncing back and forth between the two jails-turned-arts-organizations, offering a free, open-aired double-trouble 3D-mapping art show. Whether keeping your distance to enjoy the evening projections from afar or joining the block party to experience live singers, dancers, and local artists – PLT’s digital graffiti captivates audiences of all ages.

Seamlessly seesawing between the blank canvases of the Little Theatre and Museum of Art, the facades will come alive with spooky jail history, colorful pops of art and a towering 3D portrayal of the various types of arts and culture represented throughout Pensacola. This multi-sensory display will certainly make the biggest splash to give visitors the biggest bang for their artistic buck.

No matter your preference of art, there is something for everyone as culture comes alive outside the Pensacola Cultural Center this fall at Foo Foo Fest. The projections will run November 11-14 every half-hour between 7:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. and are FREE to the public. A ticketed, enhanced experience boasting cocktails, performances, and a private area for optimum viewing is available to customize how you Foo.

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