Increase your network, Meet, and Connect with working directors, choreographers and designers!
Studio School of Design and partner organizations United Scenic Artists IATSE Local 829, and the Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation, presents:
the FIRST in-person networking event for designers, directors and choreographers
The event will pair designers with choreographers and directors in a series of one-on-one meetings.
SPACE IS STRICTLY LIMITED – Signup closes August 8 or when we reach capacity. This series is open to designers, directors, and choreographers at all stages of their careers. This event is open to both union and non-union designers in all categories, directors and choreographers do not need to be members of SDC to attend.
THIS IS A TWO-HOUR EVENT. Since it is structured as a series of one-on-ones, we ask that you commit to staying the whole time. ASL interpreters will be available. To help us book the right number of interpreters, please let us know if you would use this resource by August 8th.
Chelsea Factory requires proof of full vaccination to enter the venue and masks must be worn at all times while inside. For more information on Chelsea Factory’s health and safety protocols, please click here.
Please consider making a donation to Studio School of Design to help make programs like this possible.
Price: Free IN-PERSON event
Studio School of Design and United Scenic Artists, IATSE Local USA 829 and Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation co-host an in-person director/choreographer-designer networking event in NYC.
Inaugural Class of 2022. Photo by Rosalie O’Connor
We are offering a free IN PERSON course in design for current High School Students this summer from July 7 – 10, 2022 at the Chelsea Factory in Manhattan. Targeted to Rising Juniors and Seniors currently studying in High School, this four day course will include hands-on work with working professional lighting designers, a visit to see a New York show and tour backstage, and culminate in a public showing of the work accomplished during the workshop.
Course availability is strictly limited. Priority will be given to students studying in Title 1 Public High Schools in New York & New Jersey.
Mark Stanley, Clifton Taylor and Guests