If you look around, lighting adds impact to our visual world in movies, television architecture, interior design, special events, and so much more! This class is intended to demystify light as a powerful medium in design and familiarize students with design fundamentals. The course objective introduces lighting concepts with a focus on lighting for theater and dance, but the skills are applicable to many areas and other majors. This hands-on class guides you artistically through the design process from start to finish. The course is designed to serve all students regardless of prior experience in theater or dance production.
Fulfills a general requirement for all theater majors and minors.
Humanities. Register for THEA 004B.
Class meets Mondays 1PM – 3:45PM LPAC 310 Discussion followed by hands-on lab from 4:15PM -6:15PM with James Murphy, Managing Director of the LPAC.
Catalog chapter: Theater
Department website: http://www.swarthmore.edu/department-theater
Contact Jean Tierno (email@example.com) or Jim Murphy (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more info!