SitlerHQ set to produce 8th annual NIGHT LIGHTS at Griffis Sculpture Park

SitlerHQ set to produce 8th annual NIGHT LIGHTS at Griffis Sculpture Park

East Otto, NY – For the 8th consecutive autumn, Griffis Sculpture Park will again be illuminated with colorful and theatrical lighting when “NIGHT LIGHTS at Griffis Sculpture Park” returns on September 9th. NIGHT LIGHTS will be open 21 nights for guests to walk some of the park’s trails to experience the interaction between lights, nature and art.

New additions to the trail this year are new lighting concepts, soundscapes, video projections, vendors and events.

Walk through an illuminated landscape.

Guests will be able to venture on an unguided walk through a portion of the Mill Valley Rd site of the sculpture park, where the trails and sculptures will interact with creative lighting – creating a truly unique experience. Guests are encouraged to bring flashlights for a few darker sections of the trail.

It is a natural park, so the trails are either dirt or mowed grass. There are also a few inclines.

At the beginning of NIGHT LIGHTS, it opens at 8:00 p.m. But as each week passes by, we open earlier at 7:30 p.m.

Admission will be $10 adults, $5 children 12 to 7, and free for six and under. Night Lights can be canceled due to heavy rain. Updates will be provided at our Facebook account.

NIGHT LIGHTS at Griffis Sculpture Park is produced by SitlerHQ. The lighting and event company also produced the award-winning NIGHT LIGHTS at the Gardens (Buffalo & Erie County Botanical Gardens), NIGHT LIGHTS at The Heron (Sherman, NY), and NIGHT LIGHTS at Nannen Arboretum (Ellicottville, NY). They created their first NIGHT LIGHTS show in 2009.

Larry Griffis, Jr.’s “Mosquito” sculpture.

Over 250 sculptures reside at the 300-acre Griffis Sculpture Park, making it the United States largest sculpture park. The park is owned and operated by the Ashford Hollow Foundation, which also owns the Essex Arts Center in Buffalo, NY. The mission of the Ashford Hollow Foundation is to promote the visual and performing arts as well as construct a dynamic relationship between the arts and education in Western New York to better its young people and the greater community.

See several sculptures bathing in colorful LED lights.