Lighting

Register for the LiNK Grad School Auditions & Interviews! (Hosted by USITT & SETC)

Where Master’s Candidates and Recruiters Connect SETC and USITT partner each fall to bring graduate theatre degree programs together with people considering options for interviews, auditions, and information exchange. Connect with more than 50 programs across theatre disciplines including Acting, Design, Technology, and Management. Explore your options for advanced education and find your dream grad program in one convenient, affordable location. 5th Annual LiNK When: Nov. 9-11, 2018 Where:  Crowne Plaza Hotel Atlanta-Airport  |  Atlanta, GA For Candidates Register early with your resume, portfolio, and head shot for advance review by recruiters. $50 Early Registration: Aug. 1 – Sept. 12, 2018 $75 Late Registration: Sept. 13 – Oct. 24, 2018 $95 Onsite Registration: Onsite...

Designing for Live TV & Events Webinar – Register Today!

Attend this webinar to gain insight on lighting design for TV production and explore the challenges faced by the next generation of Lighting Directors. Date & Time: Wednesday, March 28, 2018  at 10:00 am Eastern Daylight Time Panelist: Roger Williams Duration: 1 Hour CLICK HERE TO REGISTER In this webinar Roger will discuss TV lighting application, how he got into the business, and the challenges faced by the next generation of Lighting Directors in TV production. Roger will also explore the specific challenges of lighting for TV and the skills required to balance what’s captured on camera for the viewing audience vs lighting the live event, whilst also working for the viewing TV audience.  His lighting credits include: The Jump – Channel 4 XFactor auditions – ITV1 Question...

FREE 1 Hour Webinar: Designing in 3D for Broadway’s “DEAR EVAN HANSEN”

Want to know how to model completely in 3D for theater productions? Join Amanda Stephens, senior associate designer at David Korins Design, Inc., for a free, one-hour webinar as she walks through her workflow for the Tony award-winning musical Dear Evan Hansen. Attendees will learn best practices and tips and tricks on importing DWGs, using symbols, and moving from 2D drafting to 3D modeling. Wednesday, January 24 | 2:00 – 3:00 PM ET Learning Objectives: Discover the advantages of working in 3D over 2D and how this applied to Dear Evan Hansen. Explore how to work with 3D models to create sheet layouts that look like 2D drawings. Find out how to integrate video elements into the design via precise storyboarding. Learn how the real-time 3D model was created in Dear Evan Hansen to assis...

MAC Encore Lighting Products – 2018 Winter Demo Tour (RSVP TODAY!)

Experience Martin by HARMAN’s new  MAC Encore™ Line of products. With the success of our fall tour and the addition of our recently introduced MAC Encore Wash products, we’re excited to get back on the road this winter! Our 2018 demo tour hits the U.S. in January and February 2018, and is the best opportunity to experience firsthand, the new whisper-silent benchmark in performance lighting.  Also learn about light quality measurement and LED lighting design while seeing some of the industry’s best products working in real-time. We will also be bringing a lineup of some of our most popular products including: the full complement of Martin VDO Creative Video products including Sceptron, Face 5, and P3 along with products from JBL and Soundcraft. Each event day is open from 10:30a...

How Lighting Affects Actors

BY: CASEY MINK via www.backstage.com For Off-Broadway’s “The Last Match,” Tony-winning lighting designer Bradley King was tasked with lighting a drama evocative of an actual tennis court while maintaining the usual elements of theatricality. Lighting is omnipresent. “A lighting designer is responsible for turning on and off every light that you see in the theater. The ultimate goal of that is to make the audience feel something. The great Jennifer Tipton, who’s basically one of the inventors of modern lighting design, has this quote that’s something like, ‘One percent of the audience is aware of lighting design, but 99 percent is affected by it.’ “ On lighting ‘The Last Match.’ “We use lighting to create a little depth of field and have the background recede and pull someone out in the for...