The Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History isn't canceling its first fire art exhibit because of the rain. It's just stretching it to two weeks for the price of one.
The March 16 art will be indoors and will feature glowing interactive digital art pieces, neon art, blacklight crafts, the science of GLOW with the UCSC Chemistry Department and the Seymour Center, laser light shows and digital art performances.
Then, March 23 a fire-filled GLOW Part II will feature flaming fire sculptures and fire performers from 7-10 p.m. in Abbott Square, the courtyard outside the museum.
You can come both nights for the price of one by saving your bracelet.
The cost is $5 General Admission, $3 Students and Children, Free for MAH Members.