The Richmond Section has an active calendar that includes various educational courses as well as multiple opportunities to network and socialize with industry peers. To keep abreast with our upcoming events follow the calendar below.
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The section will be attending InLight at Chimborazo Park this year. We will also be setting up a nearby happy hour prior to the event.
InLight is an event for local artists to exhibit light-based art for the general public. The three most recent exhibitions have been at the VMFA, Monroe Ward district, and Scott’s Addition. For more information, check out the event’s website at https://www.1708gallery.org/inlight/
“Awards: How to submit and WIN”
Join us for a showing of the IES’s most recent webinar. Lunch will be provided.
Join us for an update on the state of the industry. We’ll be discussing the updates on lighting technology that have come out in the last year and how best to incorporate these into the local lighting industry.
Guest Speaker: Mark Fink
Join us at Banditos for a talk on systems integration and what it means to you. Over the last few years, the industry has moved a lot into joining lighting with other building systems, so keep up to date with our talk. Lunch will be provided.
When talking about energy efficiency and LEED in a building, everyone looks to lighting to get points. Join us for a presentation and discussion on how best to optimize those points and get the most out of your lighting design in a LEED building
Join the IES section in attending the Cultural Arts Center’s invited dress rehearsal of their rendition of The Taffetas. Following the show, we’ll get a look into the lighting design and controls of the theater.
It’s the 1950s and these four singing sisters from Muncie, Indiana are making their national television debut on Dumont Television Network’s Spotlight on Music. Enjoy spending time with Kaye, Peggy, Cheryl and Donna as they pay tribute to the sounds of The McGuire Sisters, The Fontane Sisters and The Chordettes and remember what Sunday night television was like on your 12-inch black and white screen! “The happiest night in town!” – NY Daily News