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Saturday, November 19 • 2:00pm - 5:00pm
Lighting Programming Summit: Day 2 - Cue4Me

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This two-day seminar and workshop covers live lighting programming across multiple industry-leading consoles. Experts will provide hands-on demonstrations of their skills, methods, and insights into their programming language of choice. They will also share career-building and networking advice to those new at navigating this highly in-demand field. New programmers should be ready with their best questions and ideas and potentially be ready to show off their skills in front of their peers. Experienced designers and programmers are encouraged to participate as well and come meet the up-and-coming talent from across the industry.

Day 1: Battle of the Busk
Required materials: Personal show file for console of choice.

Come see the competition we've all been waiting for: Watch five top programmers compete live in a friendly busking competition. A variety of consoles (such as grandMA, EOS, Hog, ChamSys, and Avo) will all share the same lighting rig as a DJ plays them through their sets in a back-to-back demonstration of their skills. We're letting the best finally take the hot seat like they've always wanted and can't wait to see what they've got.

After the show, our competitors will host a talkback. They will cover the workflow of their console language, their strategies for fast-paced and difficult environments, and swap stories of how they've built their skillsets as well as their careers. After sharing thoughts and advice, they'll conduct an open Q&A from the audience.

Once the session has ended at 5:00pm, all participants are welcome to stay and play with the rig for the final hour until 6:00pm. Meet your favorite programmer and talk shop with the console and lights right there at your fingertips.

Day 2: Cue4Me
Live participants will be chose first-come, first-served followed by a waitlist. Approximately 15 will be chosen.
Required materials: Personal show file for console of choice.

Come put your programming knowledge to the test under the direction of industry-leading designers! Using the same lighting rig and console options from Day 1, participants will have the opportunity to work live with a designer, taking direction, building looks, openly sharing strategies and methods forgetting the work done out in the field. Professionals from all segments of our industry - theatre, film, and live music - will be present to offer their unique perspective on programming workflow and philosophy.

As an audience member, you will have a bird's eye view of the actual programming, as well as a live audio feed of the conversation between the designer and programmer. This session will provide perspective into the working relationships in the field, as well as technical tricks and tips from the best to help develop your own programming skills. After the session ends at 5:00pm, attendees are invited to stay and continue their shared education on the consoles of their choice, meet the designers and programmers who participated, and have fun with the now free-to-use lighting rig until 6:00pm.

Moderators
avatar for Kent Sprague

Kent Sprague

Sovereign Candle Collective, Partner
Kent has brought well over 300 plays, musicals, operas, and dances to fruition. Equally at home as a lighting designer and as a programmer, he embraces and excels in both the artistic and technical aspects of lighting. He also has extensive experience providing networked show control... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Jason Bullock

Jason Bullock

Lighting Programmer and Designer
Check out this article about Jason and his work, published by Chauvet Professional:https://www.chauvetprofessional.com/news/jason-bullock-the-calculus-of-light
avatar for Luther Frank

Luther Frank

Founding Partner, Sovereign Candle Collective
Specializing in light, projection, and stage design, Luther works in a wide variety of live production genres. They have extensive experience in scenography and creative direction for theperforming arts, ranging from opera to fashion shows to live broadcast concerts and everything... Read More →
avatar for Tiffany Keys

Tiffany Keys

Lighting Director/Programmer, Tiffany Spicer Keys
From live entertainment to television broadcast, Tiffany has established herself as a valuable lighting director and programmer.Emerging from an unconventional background in theatre and dance to theme parks, concerts, festivals and music tours; Tiffany has developed a unique set of... Read More →
avatar for Benny Kirkham

Benny Kirkham

Owner & Principal, Overnight Production LLC
Benny is a lighting designer and programmer with 35 years experience in live and television production.  He is owner and principal of Overnight Production LLC.He has served as programmer and LD on international touring shows such as Michael Jackson, Aerosmith, and the Dixie Chicks... Read More →
avatar for Rob Koenig

Rob Koenig

Designer/Programmer, Ignition Show Design
Rob Koenig is a lighting Designer, programmer and director, with over 25 years of experience. Having worked his way up through the clubs in FL in the early 90’s, to arenas and stadiums today. Rob works with artists such as Metallica, Lizzo, Guns N Roses, Eric Church, Cardi B, Billy... Read More →
avatar for Rane Renshaw

Rane Renshaw

Lighting Director and Programmer, @LimeLightWired
Rane Renshaw is a lighting director and programmer at LIV and STORY Nightclubs in Miami, FL. Rane specializes in busking showfiles capable of the versatility Hip-Hop acts, EDM artists, and Open Format DJ’s demand on the fly. With over 15 years of theatre and multi-faceted freelance... Read More →
avatar for Wes Richter

Wes Richter

Founding Partner and Principal Designer, Sovereign Candle Collective
Wes Richter’s extensive theatrical background has made him valuable to corporate and social event clients. They can rely on him for creative solutions to their lighting needs. His diverse experience base includes work at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, American Natural History Museum... Read More →
avatar for Brad Schiller

Brad Schiller

Business Development Manager, Martin
Brad Schiller has over thirty years of experience in the entertainment lighting field. A self-described "lighting geek," his deep-rooted passion for lighting began at a very early age. Brad’s career has allowed him countless opportunities to work around the globe, and across diverse... Read More →
avatar for Maryam Sweirki

Maryam Sweirki

Maryam Sweirki (Mary as her friends call her) is a NYC based lighting designer and programmer. She is the former lighting director at (le) poisson rouge in Greenwich Village and holds off Broadway programming credits. Originally from Miami and holding a degree in vocal performance... Read More →



Saturday November 19, 2022 2:00pm - 5:00pm PST
N250
  LDInstitute™, Lighting Console Training
  • COURSE LEVEL All Levels
  • Session Number L30
  • Early Bird Price $445
  • Price (After 15 October) $545
  • ETCP Credits 2