3D Printing for Performance Design

This masterclass will help participants navigate the alphabet soup that is 3D printing. It outlines the basics of the technology and its many uses in entertainment design. With straightforward information and exciting case studies, participants will learn how professionals are using this ground-breaking technology to enhance their performance design process.

Workshop Leader Biography:
Anne E. McMills is a Lighting Designer based out of the United States whose career extends across the many facets of the lighting world – from theatre (including Broadway and the West End) to television and theme parks to architectural lighting, industrials, concerts, award shows, dance, and opera. In addition to designing her own work, Anne has assisted multiple Tony Award-winning Broadway lighting designers and mounted productions throughout the United States, the U.K., Japan, Australia, France, and Germany.

In addition to lighting design, Anne’s secondary area of expertise revolves around her passion for emerging technology and its place in entertainment design.

Anne has been researching and teaching 3D printing and 3D scanning for entertainment design for almost a decade. In recent years she has also begun to study and teach Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality and their place within the entertainment design process. Anne is a proud member of United Scenic Artists, Local 829, the Head of Lighting Design at San Diego State University, and the author of The Assistant Lighting Designer’s Toolkit (www.ALDToolkit.com) and 3D Printing Basics for Entertainment Design (www.3DPBasics.com). For further information, visit www.annemcmillslighting.com.

14 06 2019 16:30—18:00
Where DAMU S201