Over the last two weekends we’ve had a fantastic time with our M*****classes: Lighting Design cohort. They’ve taken part in workshops led by three of the UK’s leading female identifying lighting designers and had a blast at Pride and Prejudice (*Sort of) at The Lyceum.
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We’re delighted to announce our new M*****class: Lighting Design cohort for 2020 who gathered for the first time at the Traverse Theatre last weekend.
Find out a little more about each of this year’s participants:
Out of all of the backstage disciplines, lighting design is definitely the one that interests
M*****classes 2020: Lighting Design workshops will aim to demonstrate and combine the creative techniques underpinning the art of lighting design for theatre, with the means for applying those techniques. Three areas will be looked at in detail: Light: From Concept to Focus; Different Approaches, Different Venues; Roots into Lighting Design.
In Christine Hamilton’s report Where are the Women (2014/15) she identified that across Scottish publicly funded theatres women made up only 11% of composers, musical directors and sound designers.
For the first in our three-year M*****classes programme offering a unique training opportunity for women, we asked to hear from women who
Stellar Quines are offering an exciting NEW Artist Development opportunity, M*****classes, to gain hands on career experience in the role of sound design in theatre.
M*****classes are aimed at developing long-term relationships and will address practical applications of the job, provide face to face contact with professionals and networking opportunities as well as one to one and group mentoring from a professional sound designer. Read more