ALBEMARLE COUNTY, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- For the 15th year, Piedmont Virginia Community College's Art Department will be hosting its Let There Be Light exhibit.

This year's outdoor exhibition will run for two nights in two locations, featuring creative illumination displays and performances.

According to a release, the first event will take place on PVCC's main campus around the V. Earl Dickinson Building on Dec. 10. A rain date for this will be Dec. 11.

On Dec. 11, the Let There Be Light events will move to multiple locations around Charlottesville and the Downtown Mall. The rain date for these will be Dec. 12.

This exhibition is free and open to the public, and visitors are invited to bring a flashlight and dress as "enlightened beings" by decorating themselves with light.

The release says the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Artmobile will also be at PVCC on Dec. 10 with a display exploring the diversity of natural landscapes across Virginia.

This year's exhibition is dedicated to Beryl Solla, past Gallery Director and Chair of the Visual and Performing Arts at PVCC, who worked with her husband James Yates to bring this event to the community.

There will be free warm apple cider served outside the Dickinson Building during the event on Dec. 10.

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