What Is It: The TV Lighting Master Classes is an immersive event bringing the TV industry's top lighting professionals together to discuss the design and practical challenges in all the various components of television, from live events to sitcoms and beyond. This is a 1 1/2 day event (Saturday afternoon-Sunday) and includes 6 sessions plus continental breakfasts and lunches.
Where Is It: Ronald Tutor Campus Center Ballroom, USC, 3607 Trousdale Parkway, Los Angeles.
When Is It: Thursday, Dec. 5 and Friday, Dec. 6, 2013.
Who Is On The Faculty: Legendary lighting designer Jeff Ravitz serves as creative consultant; speakers have included Kieran Healy, Christian Hibbard, Bill Klages, Don Morgan, and more.
Who Should Attend: Undergrad, grad, and post-grad students looking for additional training; working professionals looking to gain additional insight; anyone looking for networking opportunities with both established and rising TV lighting professionals.
What You'll Learn: Session topics have included Lighting for Live To Broadcast; Color Temp, Exposure, Cameras: Sitcoms; Reality Shows; Talk Shows, etc.
What Does It Cost For Professionals: 2013 rates will be announced in the summer.
What Does It Cost For Students: 2013 rates will be announced in the summer.
How Can I Participate As A Sponsor: Lighting companies interested in reaching TV lighting professionals can sponsor the TVLMC at a variety of levels, from something as simple as mentoring a deserving student to a corporate sponsorship that enables you to show off your wares to both attendees and speakers. Sponsorship forms will be available in the summer.
When Can I Register: Registration opens this summer.