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The Lights in Alingsås festival 2015 proudly presents a new element for children: the Children's Park of the Future, in collaboration with KomTek Alingsås. The Children's Park of the Future project involves a series of workshops on the theme of the future, and will take place in local nursery schools and after-school centres up until 19 September.
Lights in Alingsås has received a prestigious quality label and may even win an award as one of the most successful festivals in Europe. - This would naturally be an enormous achievement, says Project Developer Anna Davidsson.
This year's theme is the development of light, and the trail reflects this by creating a walk showing how Alingsås has developed over the years, says Project Manager Angelica Larsson.
The organisers are proud to announce that different work groups, association partners and independent entities are using PLDC as an occasion to hold meetings, inform the design community about ongoing activities and define the next steps towards their respective goals.
It's official: the international lighting community will once again "Chase the Dark" on 1 October 2015. You can also be a part of this worldwide project.
Twenty-five grants of 3000 SEK each are being awarded to design students who wish to take part in the Lights in Alingsås workshop this autumn. “We don’t want the issue of cost to stop people from participating,” says project developer Anna Davidsson.
We are happy to announce that we will sell the Little Sun here in Alingsås during the event in October. The Little Sun project invests in safe light and sustainable energy for all. Every Little Sun sold brings Little Suns to an area of the world without electricity at a locally affordable price.
The choice of this year’s theme is no coincidence, as 2015 has been proclaimed the “International Year of Light and Light-Based Technologies" (IYL 2015). After careful consideration, Lights in Alingsås decided to join in the international celebration of the importance of light.
Do you want to participate in the making of Lights in Alingsås this fall? As a student you have the possibility to apply for a scholarship to attend the workshop for Lights in Alingsås.

A light meeting

Lights in Alingsås is an amazing place for meetings. Here, friends meet to hang out and to take a walk while visiting the lighting installations, companies take the opportunity to arrange conferences and lighting designers and other people in the industry get together. Every year 85 000 people visit Lights in Alingsås.