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Webinar: Light + Justice as Practice

28 April 2022 | 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm PDT

FREE
IES Seattle Section

An exploration of the intersection of lighting with environmental justice, by acknowledging just and unjust lighting practices, and empowering community-based lighting design.

Through historical precedent and case studies, this interactive presentation will challenge the audience’s assumptions on who deserves “good” lighting and beneficial darkness. As well as disrupt the hierarchy of design expertise to include the “citizen” designer in the equation.

PRESENTERS

Edward Bartholomew, IALD, LC, LEED AP, IES
Principal, Bartholomew | Lighting

Edward Bartholomew is the principal of Bartholomew Lighting, a Black-owned design consultancy based in Cambridge, MA. He has more than thirty years of experience designing sustainable, inspiring, and award-winning architectural lighting systems.

Edward is an invited speaker on lighting technology, energy efficiency strategies, and social justice at regional, national, and international conferences. In addition, Edward co-teaches lighting at Morgan State University, and Rhode Island School of Design.

Edward has an MFA in Architectural Lighting Design (1995) from Parsons School of Design. He is a professional member of the International Association of Lighting Designers and is a LEED Accredited Professional. Edward serves on the IES Diversity, Inclusion, Equity and Respect (DIER) committee, and the DLC Industry Advisory Council. In addition, Edward is a founding member of Black Underrepresentation In Lighting & Design (BUILD up) and the recently formed, LightJustice.org -a lighting social justice resource & forum.

Glenn Shrum
Principal, Flux Studio

Glenn Shrum transitioned from architecture to lighting to pursue the creative opportunity of light’s profound effect on space and people. He has presented a variety of topics to local, regional, and international groups including events in Turkey, Brazil, Spain, France, Colombia, Mexico, Italy, Sweden, Denmark, Canada, and throughout the USA. He maintains a dual professional identity as Associate Professor of Lighting Design and Interdisciplinary Practice at Parsons School of Design in New York City and founding principal of Flux Studio.

Details

Date:
28 April 2022
Time:
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm PDT
Cost:
FREE
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Website:
https://seattle.ies.org/events/light-justice/
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