Part 2 - Execution of design
A completely practice-based session where participants will be realising their designs in real time. Each participant will be given 3-4 hours to use the equipment and bring their design to life as well as observe the working of other participants to take away experiential and external learnings.
Part 3 - Documentation
A short session where participants will work on documenting their design in a manner that can be shared almost anywhere in the world.
Part 4 - Evolution
This is a lab where a basic setup will be available to test and use new ways of lighting control as well as a basic introduction to making your own miniature LED lights.
|| What you need to bring ||
> A notebook of minimum A5 size
> Pens in red, blue, green and black
> 12 inch ruler
> One red and one black OHP marker
> Laptops with macOS 10.8+ or Windows 7+
> A software called LxFree must be installed on the computer before the workshop. http://lx.claudeheintzdesign.com/index.html
> Laptops with macOS 10.7+ or Windows XP+
> A software called QLC+ must be installed on all computers before the workshop. http://www.qlcplus.org
> A USB DMX controller, if you have one
> A midi controller, if you have one
|| Details ||
What: A four-part performance lighting workshop series by Pritham Kumar
Feb 27, 28 | 10:00 am - 6:00pm
Open to all
No drop-ins allowed
Note: As the workshops will require students to be using professional technical equipment, only a limited no. of spots are available.
10% Discount for students, art practitioners and those who take all four parts at once. The discount does not stack.
For more details, please contact Pritham on +91 9845441420 or at readinglightworkshops | gmail ! com
. Email preferred.
|| Dates ||
Part 1 (batch 1) | 20 & 21 Jan
Part 1 (batch 2) | 21 & 22 Feb | FEW SPOTS REMAIN - register here: https://www.instamojo.com/shoonya/reading-light-a-workshop-by-pritham-kumar
Part 2 - 27, 28 Feb
Part 3 - 4 March
Part 4 - 11 March
|| Facilitator ||
Pritham Kumar is known by many performing-arts practitioners as a lighting designer. He is self taught and has been working in the field of light design for close to two decades. His work has taken him to many countries and sometimes his work even travels in lieu of him. He is keen to pass on all of his knowledge of the field to grow a new generation of lighting designers. He is now making explorations in technical consulting for new spaces as well as exploring new technologies. He sees a future where design plays a more collaborative part in performance.
Recent works include Rukmini Vijayakumar's 'The Dark Lord', Atul Kumar's 'Khwaab Sa' and Deepika Arwind's 'A Brief History of your Hair'.
|| Shoonya ||
A light-filled space surrounded by beautiful palm trees, in the heart of Bangalore on Lalbagh Road - Shoonya is a non-profit, which was established in 2014 with the aim of helping people further their journeys of self-discovery through deeper engagement with the arts and somatic practices. We host workshops, performances, open events, classes, film screenings, discussions, jams and more, and ensure that everything we do is done mindfully - with love, joy, care and warmth.
Email: info | shoonyaspace ! com
Phone: +91 77608 32226
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