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Friday, November 18 • 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Women in Lighting

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Short 30-minute talks by dynamic women in the lighting industry on a series of different topics. Presented in association with Women In Lighting, an inspirational and global digital platform that profiles women working in the field of lighting and lighting design.

Amy D. Lux: Considerations For The Built Environment 
Entertainment lighting design from concerts to theatre, film, or broadcast all have recognizable overlap in approach, syntax, and personnel. However, when crossing into traditional architectural design or permanent installation for the built environment, there are several differences in product, protocol, language, personnel, and the buying process. While these worlds can overlap, they can often be completely siloed with very different methods and procedures. In this session we will discuss the differences and what to consider when approaching architectural lighting and systems design, whether pivoting into the built environment permanently, or for a bespoke integration piece.

Paula Dinkel: Find Your Light
Paula will explore both the literal and figurative meaning of finding your light.

Carrie Heisler: Women in Sports Entertainment
As LD at Little Caesars Arena, Carrie does all the lighting for the Red Wings and Pistons, as well the Detroit Lions, where she helps L2. She will discuss what being a woman in a very male-oriented side of entertainment is like, as well as how women can impact the sports industry, and focus on how sports lighting differs, from other branches of lighting, and how the sports market has so much room for growth, and creative avenues for lighting.



Speakers
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Paula Dinkel

Lighting Designer
Life on a Roller CoasterPaula Dinkel’s education and experience in theatre set and lighting design led to a long career in lighting theme parks. She is a graduate of California State University Fullerton with BA, MA, and MFA degrees. Her career at Walt Disney Imagineering spanned... Read More →
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Carrie Heisler

Lighting Designer/ Crew Cheif, 4Wall Entertainment
Carrie Heisler is a Detroit-based lighting designer, and full-time employee of 4Wall Detroit. She specializes in entertainment lighting and focuses mostly on entertainment sports lighting. She is the lighting director at Little Caesars' Arena for the Detroit Red Wings, and Detroit... Read More →
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Amy D. Lux

Multidisciplinary Designer and Dynamic Consultant
Amy D Lux is a multidisciplinary designer and dynamic consultant with a background in theatrical & architainment lighting and controls for immersive experiences and the built environment. Her technical knowledge spans from design development to programming, wiring, and installation... Read More →



Friday November 18, 2022 3:30pm - 5:00pm PST
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