DETROIT - Organizers are set to debut Detroit's new nighttime arts festival.
The works of dozens of local, national and international artists are to illuminate the city's Midtown section as part of the Dlectricity event Friday and Saturday.
The projects are to include video projection, 3D video mapping, lasers, light sculpture, interactive design and performance.
Dlectricity is free to the public and open to all ages.
It's coinciding with Detroit Gallery Week and the Mid-America College Art Association Conference.
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