In this program, veteran lighting designers Anne Militello and Beverly Emmons discuss the history the pioneers who blazed new trails to create the field of lighting design. Learn more about the influential designers you have heard about, and discover some you may not have!

 

Price: Free video pre-recorded seminar
Program Facilitator(s):

Anne Militello with special guest: Beverly Emmons

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This FREE IN-PERSON seminar in Manhattan with Lighting Designer, Educator & Author, Clifton Taylor and Product Manager for Entertainment Controls at ETC, Nick Gonsman will take place on Saturday, March 19, 2022.

Clifton and Nick will present their ideas about color control and manipulation and tools for success in working with our hybrid, mixed-source fixture world coming out of the pandemic.

Price: This is a Free, IN PERSON event
Program Facilitator(s):

Clifton Taylor and Nick Gonsman

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This full day IN-PERSON summit will be bringing together College and Graduate level Lighting Educators to share pedagogy, challenges, and successes as we emerge from the global pandemic. This event takes place during the Hemsley Portfolio Review Weekend in New York City.

Please note, you will need to provide proof of vaccination status when registering.

Price: This is a Free, IN PERSON event
Program Facilitator(s):

Mark Stanley and Clifton Taylor

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Studio School of Design (SSD) and the Theatrical Sound Designers and Choreographers Association (TSDCA) are partnering with Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation to co-host a series of director/choreographer-designer networking events, held via Zoom throughout March. Meet and reconnect with directors, choreographers and designers from across the country!

 

Price: No cost to participants!
Program Facilitator(s):

Daisy Long and Jane Shaw

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“Lighting for Televised Live Events” will explore the techniques, science and art of designing lighting for live events and entertainment that otherwise would be a standard presentation—usually with an audience in attendance—except for the presence of television cameras that will capture the performance for broadcast on a TV or cable network, streaming on the internet, or perhaps to improve the overall quality of live camera shots on IMAG video screens. Those cameras change the game.

As with ALL Studio School of Design ONLINE Courses, each session will be videotaped and shared with participants for a limited time in case you can not attend a specific session. 

Studio School Courses are open to participants from around the world. 

This course will meet for 5 sessions on Saturdays from February 19 – March 19, from 12pm – 3pm EST UTC -5 (EDT)

This course is designed for, but not limited to, working theatrical lighting designers looking for more understanding of lighting live events for the camera.

Price: $400 ONLINE COURSE
Program Facilitator(s):

Jeff Ravitz

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This IN-PERSON Full day event provides interested Secondary School Educators with tools for educating your students about the art and technology of lighting design. We will be talking about career paths for lighting designers, and specific actionable lesson planning for increasing your student’s capacities in lighting and preparing them for work on your own school productions and a path into college and a career. All of the activities have been prepared with NJ and NY state educational standards and coding, and participants will be given lesson plans that they can use in their own classrooms.

No prior technical or lighting experience is necessary to participate in this fun & impactful professional development workshop. This program is targeted to all teachers who may be interacting with their students in theatrical productions or theater courses.

Price: inquire for scheduling and pricing information for your school district
Program Facilitator(s):

Ken Posner, Irene Byrne Ohl, Jensyn Modero, Clifton Taylor, Mark Stanley

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