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e-Luminate Foundation celebrate

last modified Nov 10, 2015 02:21 PM
Raising a glass to the business community

This week (12th November) the e-Luminate Foundation turns three years old. Alessandra Caggiano, e-Luminate Cambridge Festival Director & Curator and ideaSpace City member, says: "As the e-Luminate Foundation celebrates three years of dazzling events and brilliant programmes in Cambridge, we would like to thank the business community and raise a glass to the next three years!

Alessandra adds:"It is extremely gratifying that within just three short years this contemporary event has become a cornerstone of the Cambridge calendar. 

In 2014, Ross Ashton, an internationally renowned projection artist, joined the Board and contributed to the programme with spectacular shows such as the 2015 piece on Senate House in Cambridge.

"As we celebrate this milestone, we also need to stress that we are an independent organisation and we are not in receipt of any public funding. This means that there are still opportunities to get involved in the 2016 programme (12-17 February) and help us make Cambridge shine brighter than ever now and for the years to come," said Alessandra.

For more on e-Luminate see here.

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