Lincoln Center Honors Pride with Rainbow Light Installation
Lincoln Center Honors Pride with Rainbow Light Installation Last modified on June 15th, 2021
For the first time in its 60+ year history, Lincoln Center has lit its iconic plaza with a rainbow design and the Pride flag in front of its campus. For the rest of June, these activations acknowledge the histories, struggles, and contributions of LGBTQIA+ communities, and celebrate the full spectrum of queer identity.
The installation activates Josie Robertson Plaza, including the columns of the buildings home to the New York City Ballet, Metropolitan Opera, and New York Philharmonic, and the iconic fountain. The lights become viewable around dusk and through the night.
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