Thousands of guests took and shared tens of thousands of photos from The Worlds of Corkcicle in 2018 in Orlando, FL.
The Worlds of Corkcicle is back at IMMERSE 2019 in Downtown Orlando with all new immersive photo environments!
“These 3D, immersive worlds integrate light, built sets, projection, and effects. It all adds up to an unforgettable experience — perfect for photos with friends!” says Cole NeSmith, Executive Director of the Creative City Project.
The second version of The Worlds of Corkcicle will appear at IMMERSE 2019 in Downtown Orlando. More than a dozen all new environments will be built inside 8 shipping containers. The containers are modified to open from the side, and the photo experiences will be inside the containers.
The Worlds of Corkcicle will open during IMMERSE 2019 on October 18 and 19. The installation will re-open daily until Sunday, October 27.
“On its own, The Worlds of Corkcicle is a destination experience. But when you pair it with the Architects of Air installation, it’s a can’t miss experience,” says NeSmith.
The Architects of Air is a UK-based group of artists who create large-scale, inflatable installations. The translucent materials the structures are built from create a magical effect of light and color inside.
Both experiences will be at Seneff Plaza at the Dr. Phillips Center in Downtown Orlando on October 18-19 for IMMERSE 2019. They will reopen daily through October 27.
IMMERSE is the annual performing and interactive arts event from the Creative City Project. It takes place in the streets and public spaces of Downtown Orlando October 18-19. Platforming more than 1,000 artists and performers who create unexpected creative encounters audiences can’t have anywhere else in the world.
These experiences are accessible by purchasing a “General Admission PLUS Experiences Ticket,” “VIP Ticket,” or “The Dinner Party Project Experience Ticket.” Tickets are limited, so get them today!
IMMERSE 2019 features performances from Blue Man Group, the LA-based dance company Diavolo, Orlando Ballet, Orlando Philharmonic, and more than 125 other organizations.