ILP HOW TO BE BRILLIANT EDINBURGH with Malcolm Innes

Especially for students, interns, apprentices and new entrants to the lighting profession! The Institution of Lighting Professionals invites you to this FREE, fun, friendly evening talk in Edinburgh.

HOW TO BE BRILLIANT

True colours: explorations in art, design and research

presented by Malcolm Innes, Reader in Design
School of Arts and Creative Industries – Edinburgh Napier University

Malcolm is interested in exploring some of the questions that designers tend not to ask:

Do you see colour the same way that I see colour? Do colour metrics really help designers? Do metrics reflect our real life experience of light and colour? Are we actually measuring the right things? Illustrated with examples of projects in the areas of light art, architectural lighting design and conservation lighting for museums and galleries, this presentation will discuss the personal attempts by an inquisitive artist/designer to understand our complex relationships with light and colour.

Malcolm Innes is an artist by training and has extensive experience of architectural lighting design and light art from 24 years working on international projects. He specialises in architectural lighting, light art, projection and interactive digital arts and he is Programme Leader for Edinburgh Napier University’s six MA programmes.

Join Malcolm and become part of the How To Be Brilliant Edinburgh community on Wednesday 3rd October at The Glass Room, Merchiston Campus, Edinburgh Napier University, 10 Colinton Road, Edinburgh, EH10 5DT.

Doors open at 6pm; the talk starts at 6.30pm, accompanied and followed by complimentary drinks. Doors close at 9pm.

FREE to attend, FRIENDLY and ALL welcome!

Tickets and more info here.

How To Be Brilliant is brought to you by the Institution of Lighting Professionals in collaboration with acdc lighting. Their generous support means we don’t charge to attend.

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