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An Island of Nurturing Inspiration: Tribby Arts Center

An Island of Nurturing Inspiration: Tribby Arts Center

By Randy Reid with Catherine Lennon Utterly exquisite, inspiring and gratifying best describe the award-winning lighting design of Lee County’s newest gem … the Tribby Arts Center. Nestled on Shell Point Retirement Community’s 700-acre campus in gloriously sunny Fort...

IESNYC 2022 Lumen Awards – A Conversation with the Jurors

IESNYC 2022 Lumen Awards – A Conversation with the Jurors

By Randy Reid with Parker Allen The New York Section of the IES recognized the winning projects and designers of the 2022 Lumen Awards.  Conceived in 1968, the purpose of the awards program is to acknowledge lighting designs that exhibit exceptional originality,...

Call for Speakers – LEDucation 2023

Call for Speakers – LEDucation 2023

LEDucation 2023 invites designers, educational leaders, innovative thinkers and industry influencers to share their knowledge and expertise on subjects related to commercial and architectural lighting. We are looking for a diverse group of speakers and professionals...

Available Light Opens Phoenix Studio

Available Light Opens Phoenix Studio

Boston MA—Available Light (AvLt) today announced that its new Phoenix studio continues its western expansion beyond Los Angeles, first announced in April 2022. Available Light is an internationally recognized lighting design firm specializing in museum, architectural,...

Licht Kunst Licht Releases LKL 5

Licht Kunst Licht Releases LKL 5

Licht Kunst Licht, an international lighting design studio, released LKL 5. LKL 5 is volume 5 of their book series, which gives deep insights into their lighting projects, concepts and design approaches. 18 selected projects are in the book to represent their diverse...

IESNYC Lumen Awards 2022 Fashion Report

IESNYC Lumen Awards 2022 Fashion Report

One of my favorite lighting events every year is the IESNYC Lumen Gala on Chelsea Piers in New York City.  This event is hosted by the IESNYC and it is always over the top and amazing.  New Yorkers normally like to wear black and gray.  When I show up in my Hot Pink...

WILD Introduces Lamplighter Coalition

WILD Introduces Lamplighter Coalition

Women in Lighting + Design introduces the Lamplighter Coalition, a growing program that aims to create awareness around sexual harassment and its prevalent nature in professional culture, and provide tools and resources to help lighting industry members stop,...

The Lovers of Light Game Show is Coming to the Windy City!

The Lovers of Light Game Show is Coming to the Windy City!

Join us at The Garfield Park Conservatory as six local designers square off to debate lighting topics we care about! You will help select the winner for a trip to the IALD Enlighten Americas 2022 Conference in Palm Springs, CA USA while getting your hands on the...

Melissa Deutsch: From Bridgerton to Breast Cancer

Melissa Deutsch: From Bridgerton to Breast Cancer

Over the past few years, everyone was talking about all the great series that I should watch on multiple streaming services, yet I never found the time to watch any of them. I finally got to sit down and watch some Netflix, specifically, the guilty pleasure of...

Call for Artists! Moonlighting 2022

Call for Artists! Moonlighting 2022

For the eighth consecutive year the DLFNY, IALDNY and IESNYC are collaborating on featuring the artistic side of people in the NYC lighting industry — lighting designers, agency reps, manufacturers, educators, plus a few friends from allied fields. Artists will be...

NACLIQ To Host a Panel Discussion at LightFair

NACLIQ To Host a Panel Discussion at LightFair

The North American Coalition of Lighting Industry Queers (NACLIQ) will convene a panel of LGBTQ+ professionals June 21 at 2:00pm in the Designery on the Lightfair show floor. Terry Jewell, Robby Lindstrom, Sara Schonour, and Alana Shepherd will tell their stories,...