Becomes the 14th edition of the workshop Lights in Alingsås, which will be held from 21 to September 28, 2013 in the Swedish city of Alingsås. Lightecture in collaboration with the PLDA – Professional Lighting Designers Association — and the APDI – Professional Association of lighting designers – offers five scholarships, covering the amount of the workshop (3,250.00 SEK), the first five students who sign up.
the weeklong workshop begins at 9 a.m. on Saturday, September 21 hours and ends at 3 p.m. Saturday 28 hours. Participants must be present during the entire period and he is recommended to reach Alingsås September 20 Friday to attend the first meeting of the Saturday morning.
the inscription covers the cost of the workshop for students that amounts to 3.250,00 SEK. The price includes the following:
day 1: lunch and dinner
day 2: lunch
day 3-6: lunch
day 7: seminar, lunch buffet, feast of encounter with the dinner buffet.
day 8: Small lunch
accommodation and transport is borne by the student.
the team of teachers of the 2013 Edition consists of Laura Bernadet of Norway, the Germans Michael Schmidt, Johan Moritz and Ingo Bracke, Lear Hsieh, Dorit Malin Taiwanese of Israel and Anne Bureau of France.
the workshop lighting in Alingsås began 14 years ago. Since then, about 80 members of the lighting PLDA designers Professional Association have been heads of this workshop which takes place in the beautiful Swedish town, to work with the new generations of lighting designers. For the first time since its creation, there will be a general theme of lighting in Alingsås will be presented shortly.
Lights in Alingsås begins with a workshop a week before the event opens to the public. Seven international lighting designers gather with about sixty students from around the world to illuminate sites or buildings selected the city of alingsås. Electricity from the local high school students are also involved in the proyecto-taller, helping participants throughout the week.
this year, the workshop begins with a session of two-day seminars for designers of lighting, University professors and other specialists of the lighting design community. With new elements added to the workshop, this update has been called “Alingsås 2. 0″
the objective is to provide a higher level of learning workshop.” Students, who often come in the areas of architecture and design, in this weeklong workshop are an important part of their education, since they have the opportunity to work hard and large scale, with many resources and the world’s leading experts as instructors.
to the participants of the workshop also will be les offered the opportunity of preparing the opening ceremony of the festival: one of the seven facilities will be part of the opening ceremony.