Canada’s National Arts Centre and Moment Factory partner to showcase the nation’s culture and creativity.
On New Year’s Eve 2017 the Kipnes Lantern will be unveiled in spectacular style at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa. Designed by Diamond Schmitt Architects and activated with visual content by Moment Factory, this signature feature of the NAC’s major architectural rejuvenation ushers in a new era of creative connectivity.
Located in the heart of the nation’s capital, the Kipnes Lantern symbolizes the NAC’s role as a champion of the performing arts in Canada, a stage for its most illustrious artists, and a catalyst for creation and innovation.
Moment Factory’s content framework provides a unique platform to showcase content from partners across the country, while bringing the NAC’s artistic programming to life in an engaging, informative way. Images and videos are easily integrated and transformed into dynamic visuals highlighting NAC events and Canada’s diversity of talent.
Inspiring tributes to the world of theatre, dance and music mark a variety of times of day and special occasions—such as Canada Day—with flair and elegance. From fantastical stage designs to virtuosic animated performances, this digital media façade enables architecture to tell the evolving story of the arts in Canada.
For more information regarding the Kipnes Lantern, visit: nac-cna.ca