Star of Bethlehem by Jayson Haebich

A spectacular laser Star of Bethlehem will be suspended in the Cathedral Nave from Thursday 22nd November 2018 to Sunday 3rd February 2019.

Star of Bethlehem

The star will be created using two laser projectors set high up in the Cathedral’s Triforium. The Star of Bethlehem will be represented as a morphing geometric shape moving slowly and gracefully across a transparent screen. A haze machine will transform the star image into a three dimensional, floating star, creating a mystical spectacle...

Jayson Haebich is a young innovative and creative coding artist who has created breathtaking visual exhibitions in the USA, Germany, UK, Portugal, Spain and Australia. Jayson is associate lecturer in the Cambridge School of Art at Anglia Ruskin University.

For more on Jayson, please visit his website at

There will be an opportunity to meet Jayson Haebich and enjoy creative activities inspired by his Star of Bethlehem laser installation during the Chichester Starlight Trail on Tuesday 29th November between 4.00pm and 8.00pm.