This free guide aims to help educators better understand and explain the basic elements of stage lighting. It is intended to supplement existing teaching materials, providing additional information and relevant product examples to add colour to lessons and presentations, helping to inspire and engage students. The guide covers basic illumination techniques and provides a pathway towards more artistic lighting designs.
The content can be applied to a variety of venues, including school halls, drama studios, college and university venues, village halls, arts centres and student television studios.
Teachers, tutors, technicians, mentors and others working in the education sector may find this to be a useful resource.
Please complete the form below to obtain your free copy of the eBook.
Further develop your skills and understanding of the art of lighting for stage through this one-day, hands-on workshop. Expanding on some of the key topics covered in the eBook A Guide for Lighting the Stage, learn how you can use lighting to make skin tones come to life; see the difference a change of angle can make to an entire lighting look; and appreciate that not all LEDs are created equal. Hosted by a lighting professional with many years of experience, this workshop also offers a great opportunity to discuss your questions on the subject of lighting for stage and camera.
This workshop is designed for teachers working in primary, secondary and tertiary education. If you can assemble a group of 10 drama teachers, or drama teachers from five local schools, a workshop can be delivered free of charge at your school or college (United Kingdom only).
If you’re a member of an amateur society with a lively lighting department, or a group of young technicians, do get in touch to explore how we might help you advance your knowledge and experience of lighting for stage.
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This series of posters has been designed to supplement the eBook: A Guide for Lighting the Stage. These eye-catching creations complement and reinforce some of the key elements covered in the guide, while providing an attractive display for classroom walls. These posters will be available free of charge to schools and colleges.
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