Faith Baum Presentation – Veterans Glass City Skyway

Wednesday, September 25, 2019
6:00pm – 9:00pm

Kean University, Kean Hall #127
1000 Morris Ave, Union, NJ

On September 25th, the IES New Jersey Section will be kicking off the season with a presentation by Faith Baum regarding an interesting design challenge for a Bridge Project in Toledo, OH. The glass-enclosed tower of Veterans Glass City Skyway became an instant symbol of Toledo and the centerpiece of ODOT’s bridge portfolio when it opened in 2007 and again when the lighting system was updated in 2018. Faith will review the unique collaboration between ODOT, the design team and local artists to develop lighting content for the tower, including everything from football team colors to translating the visions of six artists into light.

Faith Baum is a Principal of HLB Lighting Design in New York City and a founder of Illumination Arts, an architectural lighting design firm formerly located in Bloomfield, NJ. Faith’s work takes her across the U.S. and reflects her passion for creating spaces that engage users, instill pride and define the character of a place or the brand of an owner. This is seen in her lighting designs for all types and sizes of assignments, from large public infrastructure projects to boutique office environments. With more than 30 years of experience in lighting design, her work has been featured in industry and non-industry publications and she has been a speaker at a variety of conferences and workshops.
Faith was honored to be recognized by NJBiz Magazine as one of the 50 Best Women in Business. She served on the Boards of the IES-NJ and DLF-NY and on the IALD Membership Committee. She is an active member of the Transportation Research Board and contributed to their Bridge Aesthetics Sourcebook.

6pm-7pm: Reception with food
7pm-9pm: Program Presentation

$20 for IES members,
$30 for non members
FREE to Kean University students with ID

Please RSVP by Monday, September 23rd

Note: A parking pass is NOT required to park on campus.
You can Park at Union Train Station, the Green Lane Building (good luck!), or the large parking lot across from the Green Lane Building (Kean Hall is adjacent to this lot).


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