The IES has an active calendar that includes multiple opportunities to network and socialize with industry peers. Browse educational courses as well as various society and section events. To keep abreast with our upcoming events follow the calendar below. To save on fees and learn more about the benefits of membership, click here.
Due to COVID 19, this Session will be held virtually for 10 sessions, twice a week on Monday and Wednesday evening 6:30pm to 8:00pm starting October 18th through November 17th 2021.
We are so excited to get together face to face to learn more about the lighting industry.
This course asks designers to consider an innovative new acoustic interior design element that can dramatically increase workers’ satisfaction and productivity.
Online Fundamentals of Lighting Course.
Dark Sky Legislation - Explanation of New Requirements for Nashville.
Speakers: Brienne Musselman & Jennifer Jaques, IES
We’ll cover the theory and practice of Adaptive Reality. First, the fundamentals of IoT and Mesh networks, then the technology available today and soon to be released. We conclude with a look at the future and the impact of Artificial Intelligence in architecture.
Join us for a tour of the Riverfront Stadium, home of your Wichita WindSurge!!!!
Complimentary Webinar - Free of Charge
A new industry is emerging that combines innovative lighting and fabrication techniques with new technologies traditionally used on the stage.
Attendees will take away an understanding of the design, control, and implementation of DMX as a foundation for any lighting design project.
This course will cover the basics of integration, how to identify a need for integration, and ultimately how to design and specify integrations.
This training will review todays technology, its capabilities & the resources available to streamline the design & installation process.
Webinar: LED Emergency Drivers and Emergency Inverters: What is the Difference, and Why Does It Matter?
In this webinar, we will explore two solutions that enable code-required emergency lighting for commercial, industrial, and institutional buildings.
Please join us for an evening of enlightening discourse with our section past presidents, IES members, and our current board of managers.
“Although the impacts of light pollution are considerable. It is the easiest form of pollution to address”.
Join us to learn about two different certifications, LEED & WELL and what they mean for your design.