A Winter Celebration of Brightness + Creativity
Coyote Central and Seattle Happy Places ran a community-driven initiative called Seattle Happy Lights in the winter of 2020. It was an invitation to create luminarias to lighten one's windows during the shortest days of the year, be in community with each other, and contribute to happy places and neighborhoods.
Inspired by the designs of students in Coyote Central’s CRE8 2 cohort, Coyote provided luminaria kits to the public, leading up to a virtual luminaria celebration on December 20th, 2020.
The CRE8 students put so much time and energy into creating their luminarias. Throughout the week leading up to the event, we will be releasing each student's project and a little bit about them.
Kits available for pick-up at Coyote had varying supplies based on the design. All kits included a white bag, jar, battery-powered tea light, and a balloon.
There was a suggested donation of $5-15 per kit. Any excess funds will go to an organization selected by the CRE8 students.
No one was turned away for lack of funds!
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Any excess funds are going to an organization selected by the CRE8 students.
CRE8 Students, How-to-Guides, Luminarias
- Sun, Dec 20Online CelebrationDec 20, 2020, 3:30 PM – 4:30 PMOnline CelebrationHear directly from some of the CRE8 students on how they found their inspiration, what supplies they used, and what they learned. They will even provide some suggestions or spin-offs for participants still working on their luminarias! We will celebrate by lighting our luminarias together!