Liquid Light is a collection of interactive exhibits that investigate water’s ability to transport light, bend light, and inspire experiments exploring the nature of light, color, motion and the nature of perception. This hands-on program allows children and adults to experiment with illuminated laminar flow streams of water. Laminar water streams behave like large fiber optic cables permitting light to be carried and bent within the water flow. Water can simultaneously propel and illuminate a variety of kinetic experiments. The entire system can be run by solar power. This program is transportable and is ready for use by organizations interested in science, education and environmental studies. Programming offers children from 3-12 fun, age-appropriate activities. In addition to serving Pittsburgh local organizations and communities, the project team reaches out to school districts in the West Virginia panhandle and the northern counties of Pennsylvania.