Bridgewater aglow at annual art festival

by Michael Lee

  • <p>MICHAEL LEE PHOTO</p><p>Rob Milner carves a sculpture using a chainsaw.</p>
  • <p>MICHAEL LEE PHOTO</p><p>Artist NAT chantel threads together cocoon sculptures, meant to represent &#8220;the essence of life and the collapse in humanity.&#8221;</p>
  • <p>MICHAEL LEE PHOTO</p><p>A young girl watches a shadow puppet show.</p>
  • <p>MICHAEL LEE PHOTO</p><p>A LighthouseNOW reporter catches a glimpse of himself in a TV art installation.</p>
  • <p>MICHAEL LEE PHOTO</p><p>A fire dancer enchants an awestruck crowd.</p>
  • <p>MICHAEL LEE PHOTO</p><p>Visitors gaze up at a series of paper sculptures.</p>
  • <p>MICHAEL LEE PHOTO</p><p>A woman adds to a series of faces seen on King Street.</p>

The streets were bright with art and performances at this year's Afterglow arts festival on September 30 as artists, dancers and other performers took to Bridgewater to showcase their talents.

Visitors wandered from show to show and building to building, as various projects and installations lined King Street from Victoria Road to Dufferin Street.

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