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Student Lighting Competition Exhibition and Reception

March 03, 2020
6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
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4W43 Gallery
4 West 43rd Street (and 5th Ave)
New York, NY 10036
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The IESNYC is celebrating the 20th year of the Student Lighting Competition.

View the talents of our future lighting designers at this Exhibition and Reception and join in on the excitement as the winners of the Student Lighting Competition are announced.

In an ever-expanding universe, light connects and unifies. Beneath the sun’s rays, plants feed, flourish, grow; moonlight guides baby turtles safely from their nests to the sea. Yet, the sun’s harsh rays can burn and blind and moonlight creates space in darkness for danger. Humanity balances between natural and electric light, creating a complex and ever-evolving entropic relationship. Light illuminates our lives but hides our skies; it causes us to evolve, flourish, and decay. This year’s theme, LUMIMORPHOSIS, challenges students to create a project that explores the relationship between light and growth.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Jane Slade, MID, LC, IES, DLF
Jane is the Specification Sales Manager for Speclines in Massachusetts. She is a recent Richard Kelly Grant recipient for her explorations into the social and emotional impacts of light, through her work in creating lighting fixtures from waste materials in India, and through art installations focused on manipulating emotional experiences with light and color. Slade is a member of the IES Committee for Outdoor Environmental Lighting. She is also an artist utilizing light as a medium, and a yoga teacher in her home city, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

 

FREE ADMISSION FOR ALL
Registration Required

Please Note: Your attendance at this event constitutes your agreement to allow the IESNYC to use your name/image/voice in Section promotional materials.

$ IESNYC Members Free Admission

$ General Public Free Admission