Museum Lighting Trends

Oct 14-15, 2014
$400 1.0 CEU

Course Time Approximately 8am - 5pm Travel, Accommodations, and Meal Details

Museum lighting applications call for striking the correct balance between requirements for visibility, conservation and ambience. The emergence of LED sources as a viable option for museums has generated new possibilities, new concerns and a need for new education. This is a course for museum professionals responsible for lighting design who want to learn about the latest lighting solutions that comply with IES (Illuminating Engineering Society) guidelines. Answers to questions about light levels and calculations, conservation, color rendering and other color metrics, lighting economics and more will be included along with a particular focus on comparing and demonstrating LED versus more traditional halogen sources. Industry guest speakers will provide insight into the latest trends and field results.

Course Starting/Concluding Times
The starting and concluding times for each course may vary, but the usual starting time each day is 8:00 a.m. with the bus departing from the hotel at approximately 7:30 a.m. The daily concluding time is usually 5:00 p.m. except when evening events such as refreshments and dinners are scheduled. The exact times will be listed in your confirmation packet that you will receive three weeks prior to your course. Please verify exact times before making your airline reservations.

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