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54-251 Introduction to Lighting Design

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Students will learn to see light by studying the physical properties and directly applying them in lab exercises. In addition to practical hands-on work, students will read scripts and develop a theoretical design process on paper that precedes the practical implementation. Emphasis will be placed on verbal, written and visual communication of design ideas. Pre-requisites: Electrics Stagecraft 54-151 or permission of instructor

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