Wed 11 Sept 14.30 – 16.00
Simon Gibson Studio
Stage lighting has been characterised as an intractable problem for sustainability in theatre. Attention has been focused on reducing loads by switching to other sources, even as many high-efficiency technologies remain prohibitively expensive. This has worried lighting designers who rely on tungsten in their work, fearing that addressing energy efficiency may affect the work on-stage.
Findings from the first season-long analysis of stage lighting energy use suggest that these fears are unfounded.
We’ll review the findings and relevant critical issues.
Who should attend?
Open to all: especially lighting designers, technicians, facilities managers.
Katie Oman – Senior Consultant, Arts Consulting Group