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IDL - Bozeman eNEWS - April 2013 - Vol. 6 No. 4

Entries in lighting workshop (15)

Wednesday
Mar272013

Register Now for AIA Convention and Meeting in the Mountains!

Looking for a networking opportunity to mingle with other architects? Needing to catch up on some of your continuing education credits? Spring is here, and so are the AIA National Convention and Meeting in the Mountains!

2013 AIA National Convention

June 19th – 22nd in Denver, Colorado

The AIA National Convention offers a wide range of guest speakers, sessions, workshops, and events to attend during your stay in Denver. Pre-registration is recommended for sessions as seating will be limited.

Registration is currently open, with the Early Bird Discount deadline on April 10th.

Fees for the convention are categorized based on your registration date, and range from free events to total convention passes ($575 max. for AIA members, $945 max. for nonmembers.) Students, AIAS members, and young professionals under age 40 will be eligible for discounted passes, and new AIA members can attend the convention for free! The complete breakdown of prices and fee deadlines can be found on AIA National Convention website.

For more information about the conventional, as well as housing and travel information, check out the AIA National Convention website.

 

Looking for something a little closer to home? Meeting in the Mountains is happening in Billings this year!

2013 Meeting in the Mountains

April 25th – 27th in Billings, MT

The three day event includes guest speakers Patrick Tighe, Jonathan Segal, and Craig Hodgetts, workshops, and sessions - all of which count towards continuing education credits and offer the latest information about a wide range of topics.

IDL – Bozeman’s very own Tom Wood will be giving a presentation on advancements in LED lighting, so you don’t want to miss out!

Registration is currently open, with fees listed as $100 for members and $35 for students. Some meals are included within registration fee.

Check out the Billings Architectural Association website for more information about registration and events.

Monday
Sep192011

Fall 2011 Lighting Education Series Registration Open

Registration is now open for the Fall 2011 Education Series, provided by Seattle Lighting Design Lab.  A location and time for the session in Missoula, MT have also been decided.

Missoula, MT: Wednesday, October 12th.  Hilton Garden Inn – Salon E, 3720 North Reserve Street, Missoula, MT 59860.

The series includes two classes, one in the morning (10 am – 12 pm) and the other in the afternoon (1 pm – 3 pm).  The morning class is titled What’s New in Lighting: 2011.  The afternoon session is titled Matching Technologies to Applications

For more information, see full class descriptions, locations, and registration fees below.  Also, visit the Seattle Lighting Design Lab website here.



Thursday
Jul282011

Fall 2011 Education Series Announced

The Seattle Lighting Design Lab has announced the Fall 2011 Education Series.  There are several chances to catch the series, including one in Missoula, MT.  The series includes two classes, one in the morning and the other in the afternoon.  The morning class is titled What’s New in Lighting: 2011.  The afternoon session is titled Matching Technologies to Applications.  Registration for the fall series begins in mid-August.

For more information, see full class descriptions, locations, and registration fees below.  Also, visit the Seattle Lighting Design Lab website here.

Morning Class 10:00am – 12:00pm

                What’s New in Lighting: 2011 – The fall tradition continues of reviewing this year’s latest innovations in exterior and interior lighting luminaires, lamps, ballasts, publications, controls, and components.  Also included in the class are award winning products recognized throughout the industry.  This class is intended for those already familiar with basic lighting terminology (i.e. CRI, CCT, L/W, CMH, LED, OLED etc.) but can be of interest to those just entering the lighting industry as well.  Instructor: Andrew Pultorak LC, MIES.

Lunch 12:00pm – 1:00pm

Afternoon Class 1:00pm-3:00pm

                Matching Technologies to Applications – Whether new construction, a major renovation, or a simple retro-fit, the challenge is to develop a lighting scheme which takes into consideration the condition of the existing space, the tasks being performed, energy codes, and lower power consumption.  In addition, the effects of coming legislation must also be considered: i.e. what really happens to T12 lamps in July of 2012?  The new design must also meet accepted standards of lighting quality and quantity while making economic sense.  This class will look at a number of interior and exterior spaces, and the steps necessary to make decisions about available lamps, ballasts, luminaires, controls, and how they may be successfully applied.  Instructor:  Jeff Robbins LC, MIES.

Registration Fees:

                Standard:  $30.00 per class

                Full Time university/college students:   $10.00 per class

                Employees of a LDL sponsoring organization:  $10.00 per class

                Lunch is included in registration

Locations and Dates:

                Tacoma, WA: Tuesday, September 20th, Courtyard by Marriott, (Mt. St. Helen’s Room) 1515 Commerce Street, Tacoma, WY 98402

                Portland, OR: Tuesday, September 27th, Center for Architecture: AIA Portland, 403 NW 11th Avenue, Portland, OR 97209

                Boise, ID: Friday, September 30th, Idaho AGC Training Center 1649 West Shoreline Drive, Boise, ID 83702

                Everett, WA: Thursday, October 6th, Snohomish County PUD (Commissioners Room) 2320 California St, Everett, WA 98201

                Missoula, MT: Tuesday October 11th OR Wednesday October 12th OR Thursday October 13th.  Location TBD.

                Bellevue, WA:  Wednesday, October 19th, Puget Sound Energy (Forum Room), 10885 NE 4th Street, Bellevue WA 98009

                Seattle, WA:  Tuesday, October 25th, Lighting Design Lab (Classroom), 2915 4th Ave S, Seattle WA 98134

Friday
Aug132010

Lighting Design Lab Fall 2010 Lighting Classes

Registration is now open for the 2010 fall lighting classes.  These classes will be held in Bozeman, MT at the Bozeman Public Library, on Wednesday, September 8. 

What's new in lighting 2010?  10:00am - 12:00pm
This class will review the latest innovations in exterior and interior luminaires, lamps, ballasts, publications, controls, components, and award winning products recognized throughout the industry.  This class is intended for those with a general understanding of basic lighting terminology, but would also be of interest to someone new to the industry as well.

Revisiting the Retrofit Process for Offices  1:00pm - 3:00pm
Many new and very efficient lamps, ballasts, and controls have recently come on to the market which makes it possible to reach even deeper energy and money saving goals.  This class will discuss office retrofits and present a selection of case studies about today's modern office buildings. 

2 credits for continuing education are available for each class.

Lunch is included with registration.  During lunch, the LDL will offer wisdom and advice during a Q & A session.

Registration is now open!  Click here to sign up today!

Check out the LDL website for lighting information and resources.

Wednesday
Feb242010

LDL 2010 Spring Lighting Classes 

Its that time of year again...  Seattle's Lighting Design Lab is en-route to Bozeman to share with us what's new in the lighting design world!  On Wednesday April 28, the LDL will set up shop at the Homewood Suites for two lectures.

The Impact of New Legislation on Lighting, presented by Andrew Pultorak, LC, MIES, will cover energy legislations as they relate to lighting legislation and codes that may impact your businesses.  He will answer questions like "Is the incandescent really being banned forever?" "Why am I hearing that T12 and some T8 lamps are going away?" and "How will these changes effect how I may need to comply with lighting energy codes?"

Effective Use of the Newest Lighting Controls -- Beyond the Basics, presented by Jeff Robbins, LC, MIES, will focus on complying with local energy codes with the use of occupancy sensors and daylight controls.  Recent advances in these technologies are making it easier to reach energy usage goals, but their correct operation is not easy to understand.

Morning Session: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Lunch is included, with registration fee
Afternoon Session: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Cost is $30 per session, per attendee
(students and employees of LDL sponsors -- cost is $10 per session)

Wednesday April 28
Homewood Suites
1023 Baxter Lane, Bozeman 59715

Registration begins March 1 at lightingdesignlab.com