January 2020: "When the Theatre Isn't a Theatre" Lunch and Learn
January 14, 2020
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
2420 Center Street
Houston, TX 77007
Kick off the new year with an exciting lunch and learn on theatrical lighting that will lend itself to our follow-up talk in March when we will be touring one of the local theatres.
About the Talk
This presentation is designed to offer an introduction to the technology and design of entertainment lighting. The integration of this type of lighting, its associated power requirements and infrastructure can be intimidating to those not familiar with this part of the lighting world. In this CEU, we break down the topic into easily understandable components. We aim to send everyone away with a solid foundation of information in which to more confidently design and integrate flexible, useful lighting and power.
Fixture types and their uses
Power and diversity
Control and integration
Managing scope and project delivery
Accredited by the AIA and IES and approved for 1 IES CEU and 1 AIA LU.
When: Tuesday, January 14th, 2020 11:30am - 1:00pm
Where: Bright Star Productions, 2420 Center Street, Houston, TX
Topic: When the Theatre Isn't a Theatre
Speaker: Jason Osterman
About the Speaker
Currently the Global Specification Manager for Altman Lighting, Jason is oversees project management, specification, and design support and is heavily involved in research and development at Altman Lighting.
Prior roles have included Senior Consultant for Theatre Projects UK, Programmer/Electrician at the Young Vic Theatre, London, Resident Lighting Designer at the Bolton Octagon Theatre, UK, and Production Specialist for Vincent Lighting Systems Cincinnati. His experience with arts organizations and production companies is diverse and includes the English National Opera, The Cincinnati Arts Association, Panavision and Universal Studios Florida.
Jason holds a Master of Arts in Theatre Consulting from the University of Warwick, in Coventry. He is an associate member of the Institute of Theatre Consultants and the Association of Lighting Designers.