Night of Heritage Light 2017

02 September 2017

Industry news, Society news

NOHL logoThe Society of Light and Lighting has announced that the third Night of Heritage Light (NOHL) will be taking place in Oxford on 29 September 2017. Designed to showcase the talents of SLL members and the lighting community, teams of lighting designers will be lighting six of the most famous historical buildings in Oxford (see map below): 

  • Radcliffe Camera
  • Radcliffe Humanities
  • Radcliffe Observatory
  • Oxford University Museum of Natural History & the Pitt Rivers Museum
  • Ashmolean Museum
  • Museum of the History of Science
RPS members and other photographers are invited to capture this unique event.

NOHL was founded in 2015 to in celebration of the UNESCO International Year of Light. The first event of its kind saw teams of lighting designers shining a ‘new light’ on nine UNESCO World Heritage sites across the UK. With the help of the Royal Photographic Society, the SLL invited volunteer photographers to capture the event and you can see more here.

To find out more about the 2017 event visit and if you would like to get involved, please email

NOHL light map