Installations can be viewed from 5pm to 10pm. All of the works will be on show non-stop during the festival, but their running times will vary. The programme is subject to changes.
Lux In light art exhibition at Kaapelitehdas is open between 3pm and 10pm from 1 to 10 January.
New route for Lux Helsinki circles around Helsinki Cathedral
The 9th annual Lux Helsinki light festival organised by the City of Helsinki will take place from Thursday to Monday, 5 to 9 January 2017. The festival will be accompanied by the “Lux In” light art exhibition at Cable Factory from 1 to 10 January 2017. Lux Helsinki will illuminate historical buildings and dark courtyards, …
Lux Helsinki reveals three art installations for the upcoming light festival
The 9th annual Lux Helsinki light festival organised by the City of Helsinki will take place from 5 to 9 January 2017. The festival will be accompanied by the “Lux In” light art exhibition at Kaapelitehdas from 1 to 10 January. Lux Helsinki is one of the City of Helsinki’s most impressive contributions to the …
Lux Helsinki 2017
The 9th annual Lux Helsinki light festival will take place from Thursday 5 January to Monday 9 January 2017. Lux Helsinki will illuminate historical buildings in the city centre and dark courtyards, leading festival-goers to the idyllic quarters of the Kruununhaka district. The new route starts from the Market Square and follows Mariankatu into Kruununhaka, the courtyard of the University of Helsinki’s Topelia building and the courtyard of the National Library before returning to the Market Square. The focal point of the festival will be Helsinki Cathedral, which will be illuminated on all four sides. The light installations can be seen daily between 5pm and 10pm.
The festival will be accompanied by the Lux In light art exhibition at Cable Factory. The exhibition will be open between 3pm and 10pm from 1 to 10 January.
The Lux Helsinki light festival is organised by the City of Helsinki. The event is coordinated by Producer Emma Lumme and produced by Sun Effects Oy. The artistic directors of the festival are Ilkka Paloniemi and Matti Jykylä. The last Lux Helsinki light festival in January 2016 attracted over half a million visitors.
Lux Helsinki is part of the official Finland 100 centenary programme in 2017.