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54-351 Lighting Design I

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Students will read and analyze scripts followed by intense discussion about the ideas generated. Emphasis will be placed on developing a more in-depth process to analyze and translate information in a text to descriptive stage pictures. Students will explore the actualization of these ideas through lab work, realized lighting moments and light plots. The different challenges of designing in proscenium, thrust and arena spaces will also be discussed. Pre-requisites: Permission of the Instructor.

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