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  • images from a lighting workshop

    The course had a specific address about the practical part for what concerns lights in theater, assembly, positioning of the lighting devices and also the theoretical part related to the use of color in the theater stage and intensity lighting. A brief introduction concerning to the use of color in the sets and then wider [...]
  • Lighting Design dai Fondamenti al CAD – 8th edition

    Lighting Design dai Fondamenti al CAD – 8th edition High education course of Poli.Design Consortium Course period: 2-31 October 2013 Course Director: prof. Maurizio Rossi The eighth edition of the permanent training course, realized thanks to the cooperation of Osram and Oxytech and under the patronage of AIDI (Italian Lighting Association) and APIL (Italian Lighting [...]
  • Lighting Designer. Training course

    Training course for technical lighting activities of theatrical performances and live events “Lighting Designer” FREE training course of professional qualification of 3 ° level. EQF of technician, activities of theatrical performances and live events, organized by the Province of Siena with provincial Arci Siena, in collaboration with Eurobic Toscana Sud Srl – Poggibonsi. The Professional [...]
  • Designing the designer, key concepts emerged

    Designing the designer On March the 5th the first convention of the Italian lighting filed “Designing the designer”took place, a convention with the aim of defining the future of the lighting designers. It was organized by Apil, in order to discuss about the identity of the profession, the arch. Cinzia Ferrara introduced it. Many participants [...]
  • Lighting Design for the Show – 6th edition

    Lighting Design for the Show – 6th edition Academic year 2011 – 2012 Dates: 01/31/2012 – 02/10/2012 Permanent Training Course of Politecnico di Milano – In.D.A.Co. dept. – Design School Direction: prof. Maurizio Rossi, Politecnico di Milano Vice direction: Giovanni Pinna, Lighting Designer – Andrea Siniscalco, Politecnico di Milano   The 48 hours course, scheduled [...]