This studio course is an introduction to the techniques of theatre lighting design. The focus of the course is lighting design issues and methods in theatre lighting. The emphasis is on hands-on practice and experience. Students will complete one major theatre lighting design assignment.
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CDID 552 - BA0 - Entertainment Lighting Design
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CESAR (2019-2020) - SR0004
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