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A Tommy Bruce Photo Set for BmoreArt

Light City Baltimore is the first large-scale, international light festival in the United States, homegrown right here in Baltimore. Light City will provide a backdrop for the celebration of ideas, ingenuity and creativity through art, music and innovation. Attendees of the inaugural Light City Baltimore festival are encouraged to download the free app prior to their visit to see all that the festival has to offer including the festival map, schedule and general festival information.

Tommy Bruce is an artist, photographer, and writer living in Baltimore, Maryland.

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