Janet lennox moyer workshop and luncheon presentation april 6th
Janet lennox moyer workshop april 6th
Landscape lighting designer super star Janet Lennox Moyer will be leading a workshop on April 6th from 7:30 AM to 11:30 AM sponsored by the IES Oregon Section. You can also catch our luncheon presentation starting at 12:00. going until 1:30.
Janet Lennox Moyer, who has been recognized internationally for her work, is the author of the encyclopedic “Landscape Lighting Book”, considered the bible of the industry; the third edition was released in 2013. Starting her landscape lighting practice 35 years ago, she is acknowledged as the lighting designers’ guru.
- Landscape lighting workshop 7:30 - 11:30 AM - World Trade Center Plaza Conference Room - $150 Members $200- Non members Special Deal!! Non Members receive members price for multiple attendees.
- Luncheon Presentation - 12:00- 1:30 PM WTC, Plaza Conference Room $35 Members, $40 Non Members .
MARCH LUNCHEON:BRUCE KINZEY DISCUSSEd BLUE SPECTRUM LIGHTING'S IMPACT
The Nightime Blues in Context
Natural systems are particularly sensitive to wavelengths in the blue portion of the spectrum, and as a result concerns are being increasingly raised about the potential for negative effects of blue wavelengths emitted by artificial light sources.
Our distinguished speaker, Bruce Kinzey, put the controversies in context, with an up to date discussion of the latest research about this topic.
Our Speaker: Bruce Kinzey has worked in the energy efficiency area for nearly 30 years as a research engineer at PNNL. He joined DOE’s Solid-State Lighting team in 2006, originally managing the GATEWAY technology demonstration program. In 2014 he became Director of the DOE Municipal Solid-State Street Lighting Consortium and the primary technical support for the Outdoor Lighting Accelerator, a White House Challenge initiative designed to help overcome implementation barriers to high performance street and area lighting.
Winter Light Festival LIGHTING DRAMATIZES MUSEUM
we lit THE TRAINS
Combining art, technology, and community, the Portland Winter Light Festival (PWLF) is Portland’s premier winter arts and cultural event, transforming Portland's night time urban landscape into an illuminated playground. Inspired by light festivals around the world,
We will be posting some more photographs of our Train Museum lighting soon.
Thank you, Robert, for your dedication to lighting for older people with aging eyes, and to those with low vision. Your development and promotion of IES RP-28 continues to provide appropriate guidelines for this demographic of society.
SUPPORT THE FUTURE OF LIGHTING
The JC Garber Grant provides an opportunity for students to develop lighting design skills through a design competition and further their knowledge by working with a professional in the lighting field.
THREE SCHOLARSHIPS GRANTED FOR THE ADVANCED EDUCATIONAL FLY-IN
ALASKA MARCH 2-3 -2017
We awarded 3 grants to attend the Advanced Educational Fly In at Anchorage Alaska,March 2-3. One member, Emerging Professional Elisa Lefor, won a grant at our mixer. Kelsey Cahill and Greg Parthemer also won trips to Alaska. Congratulations!
This once a year regional event provides a chance for the lighting excited to sharpen their skills and meet the Northwest's IES leaders.More info is HERE.
Great speakers will becovering many phases of lighting concepts, technology and design.
IES EDUCATION AVAILABLE
CLASSES APRIL 7- MAY 13
The IES education series is the gold standard for the lighting professional. Express your interest in taking this course that is jointly offered by the IES and the University of Oregon. We will also offer a one evening Introduction to Lighting class.
PRODUCT SHOWCASE, LEARNING CREDITS, NETWORKING
JUNE 7TH AT THE WORLD TRADE CENTER
This next June the IES, PGE and Energy Trust of Oregon will stage the most expansive lighting event of the year. A light fair for Oregon with product booths, seminars, awards, and social interaction. You are cordially invited to attend.
This all-day Lighting Trade Show & Educational Classes event is already shaping up to be the best ever. Confirmed speakers so far include Dr. Jack Curran, LED Transformations, Chip Israel, Lighting Design Alliance, and Maja Petric, light artist.
The last Portland Lights attracted over 350 total attendees.
Vendors Note: All Booths Sold Out
We are looking for volunteers. You can be a part of this very exciting event ; contact Mark Whitney HERE.
RECORDINGS OF PREVIOUS IES PRESENTATIONS
SEPTEMBER 2016 LUNCHEON - THE CLASSROOM OF THE FUTURE: A DOE PROJECT --Ron Scott, Finelite, Inc
POWERPOINT OUTLINE HERE
MARCH 2016 LUNCHEON - WHAT'S NEW IN IES RECOMMENDED PRACTICES FOR EXTERIOR LIGHTING? --Shirley Coyle, Cree Inc
POWERPOINT OUTLINE HERE
JANUARY 2016 LUNCHEON: DOESN'T ANYONE CARE ABOUT LUMINAIRE LIGHT DISTRIBUTION ANYMORE --Naomi Miller, Dr. Andrew Wilkerson, PNNL
OCTOBER 2015 LUNCHEON: LIGHT SOURCE COLOR RENDITION. -- Michael Royer, PNNL
POWERPOINT OUTLINE HERE
NOVEMBER 2015 LUNCHEON: TUNING THE SPECTRUM FOR PLANT GROWTH. --Tessa Pocock, RPI