College of Visual and Performing Arts

Summer Lighting Technology Intensive

Summer Lighting Technology Intensive

Learning and Designing with Moving Lights and LEDs

June 10-14, 2019
9:30am to 12:30pm
Williams Theatre
Cost: $149
  • LightboardApollo Design Technology with Keith Kankovsky
  • Grand Stage from Chicago
  • ETC Ion Console and Lighting Products
  • Chauvet Lighting Products
  • Vari-Lite Moving Lights
  • Learn how to use and design with new lighting technologies
  • Limited to 15 participants

This workshop intensive is geared toward high school and college students, high school teachers, and other people who use lighting and want to learn how new technologies work and how to utilize and design with them for their specific needs. Hands-on experience will be provided during the workshop to see practically how new technologies can work when designing with LEDs and moving lights. Closed toed shoes must be worn.

This program will be led by Mark Ridgeway, Purdue University Fort Wayne Associate Professor of Scenic/Lighting Design.

To register, click here.

After you have registered online via the above link, please download this informational form, fill it out and return it to Melinda Haines via fax (260-481-6707), email or mail.

For more information, contact Melinda Haines via email or phone at 260-481-6059.

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Accreditation

The Purdue University Fort Wayne College of Visual and Performing Arts, including the Community Arts Academy, is fully accredited by all of its discipline-specific accrediting agencies: the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD), the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM), and the National Association of Schools of Theatre (NAST).

Refund Policy

A full refund is given when the university cancels a course or when the Community Arts Academy receives notification of withdrawal from the registrant before the third business day prior to the start of the class. No refunds will be given after class or private instruction begins. Course cancellations may occur due to low registration. Course offerings and fees may be subject to change without notice.

Parental Supervision Statement

Purdue University Fort Wayne is a public institution of higher education that offers a wide variety of classes, to a wide range of students from differing backgrounds, including adults and children in grades pre-K – 12. While the Purdue Fort Wayne College of Visual and Performing Arts is committed to ensuring the safety and well-being of all students, parents are reminded that it is their responsibility to supervise minors when they are on campus and not in the classroom. Before and after class, our teachers cannot take the place of a parent and assume responsibility for unsupervised children.

In case of an emergency please contact the Purdue Fort Wayne University Police at 481-6827.

Personal Enrichment Classes for Adults

The Community Arts Academy offers regular classes for kids in pre-K through grade 12 in art, dance, music and theatre, but if you are an adult interested in personal enrichment in these areas, please visit the Purdue Fort Wayne Division of Continuing Studies to see what types of classes they are offering.

Purdue University West Lafayette Procedures for Programs Involving Minors

The Purdue Fort Wayne Community Arts Academy abides by the Purdue University operating procedures and policy outlined in the Operating Procedures for Programs Involving Minors that went into effect January 1, 2015. This policy and registration form may be viewed here: