Conception and execution: RAW Design in collaboration with ATOMIC3 Lighting design: ATOMIC3 and Jean-François Piché Sound: Dix au carré Production and technical direction: ATOMIC3 + Louis Héon Production: Quartier des Spectacles Partnership (Montréal, Canada
Dine & Delight
In addition to experiencing Prismatica, guests will also be able to take advantage of the extended Dine & Delight program. This promotion supports restaurants and rewards customers during these challenging times. To participate, order $50 or more from a qualifying Short Pump Town Center restaurant, submit your itemized receipt to www.dinedelights.com and receive a digital $20 Reward Card. Offer valid for takeout, dine-in, or delivery. Ends. 4/30/21.
Created by RAW Design, a Toronto-based architectural firm, Prismatica was assembled by a team of professionals from several fields like applied science, technology, art, and architecture. Comprised of 25 pivoting prisms that stand at more than 6 ft tall, this art installation looks like a giant kaleidoscope. Guests can enjoy an infinite interplay of lights and colorful reflections as they walk through and manipulate the prisms. Prismatica was first presented as part of the 5th edition of Luminothérapie at the Place des Festivals in the Quartier des Spectacles in Montreal and this year it's coming to Richmond!
Enjoy warmer and brighter days at Short Pump Town Center with patio dining and unique views of the Prismatica Art Installation that will make for a colorful photo op. Stop by and experience this new and colorful way to welcome spring this year while supporting your favorite Short Pump Town Center eateries. Prismatica will make for the perfect outdoor dining backdrop this spring.
We want to get people excited about dining and shopping at Short Pump Town Center! Many events have been postponed or canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In order to bring more fun and joy during these unprecedented times, Short Pump Town Center is bringing an interactive art experience for everyone to enjoy as we kick off Spring 2021. Short Pump Town Center has a variety of local and national restaurants and as weather warms up and spring kicks into full gear, we’re excited to encourage our community to experience them.
On Tuesday 3/30, we launched the event with a fun kickoff event with giveaways. Dining guests received an iridescent pouch with fun surprises inspired by the art including light-up ice cubes, prism cookie, rainbow metallic pen, iridescent/translucent pouch, and a rainbow metallic straw.
Radio personality Melissa Chase of 103.7 Play, Model Xander Johnson, Eat it Virginia podcast co-hosts Robey Martin and Scott Wise, Community organizer Faith Wilkerson of Unlocking RVA and blogger Megan Marconyak of Marco Style all joined us to celebrate the exhibit's first night.