DATE & TIME
March 05, 2022
The Vera Project
In this 2-hour workshop, students will learn about different lighting instruments, how to hang and focus lights, as well as basic lighting console operation. Programming and operating lights at a live show is what sets apart a concert venue experience. Through interactive demonstrations, students will have a practical grasp on lighting concepts and systems. Participants of the class will also gain basic fundamental knowledge of working with an artist and their lighting needs.
This class is a prerequisite for volunteering for Lighting Engineer shifts at Vera shows.
COVID-19 Safety Information
All attendees (with the exception of youth 5 and under) are required to present proof of COVID vaccination by bringing your original vaccination document or a photo/digital copy + ID to the workshop. Youth 5 and under may provide a negative COVID-19 test within 48 hours of the class. For the duration of the workshop, attendees will be asked to wear masks, maintain social distancing where possible and sanitize hands between use of materials or equipment. Please do not come to Vera if you test positive for COVID-19, are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms or if you had a recent exposure to someone with COVID-19.
Class check in is located at Vera’s upstairs doorway. A lift and outdoor ramp are the two options for moving between the first and second floor. There is one short (~5″) footstep to access the lighting console in Vera’s mainstage area. Restrooms are on the same level and are wheelchair accessible and gender neutral. Please contact Lev Betron at email@example.com with any accessibility requests or questions.
Classes at Vera
For more information about Vera’s class offerings, requirements, scholarships, and more, visit theveraproject.org/classes.