Landscape lighting is like a foreign language. We need to learn how to navigate it and to properly employ the nuances that make the ‘magic’ we do with light. Learn about sculpting the night with light from Jan Moyer, a pioneer in providing clients with night environments they can relish.
Consider this an opportunity to catch up on "Current Events" in lighting by revisiting sessions from our 2021 Annual Conference. These presentations have been curated as a package so you can hear different angles of rapidly evolving topics: codes, horticulture, GUV, and sustainability. Four sessions for the cost of three! 4 CEUs.
Presented during the 2021 Annual Conference, these presentations have been curated as a package so you can learn the ways design evolves to meet nuanced project needs and aspirations. Four sessions for the cost of three! 4 CEUs.
Dynamic lighting unlocks a whole new layer of lighting capability for lighting designers and engineers, but do you know how to use it? What applications is it appropriate for and what can it be used to do? This presentation will explore some innovative ways to use dynamic light and showcase some unconventional examples.
The specifics and intricacies of landscape lighting differ from other types of lighting. Looking at the science and the art of lighting, how humans perceive light, and how we use light to guide humans through a night landscape space, this program will elevate understanding and expand creativity. This collection of ten individual sessions provides the groundwork that lighting designers need to create safe and pleasing night environments.
ANSI/IES RP-8-18 Committee Members Don MacLean and Paul Lutkevich will introduce the new standard in standards, Recommended Practice for Design and Maintenance of Roadway and Parking Facility Lighting. This incredibly ambitious and accomplished endeavor puts all of a number of previous Standards regarding Roadway Lighting into one comprehensive tome.
In this session of Light for Life, LD+A presents "Starving for Darkness" with Jane Slade. Slade highlights critical answers to questions: How does artificial light and lack of darkness impact wildlife? How does the obstruction of the night’s sky affect bird migration, pollination, and reproduction? Explore darkness as an ever-decreasing resource in this captivating session.
In this session of Light for Life, Lighting Urban Community International presents "The Collaborative Night: Where Light and Cities Meet" with Leni Schwendinger. “Light for Life” is a global conversation about the impact of light on the lives of humans, plants, and animals. As hosts of this collaborative webinar series, the IES facilitated 17 webinars with curated content from partner organizations around the world. No CEU is offered for this presentation.
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