Las Vegas, NV: Live Design International (LDI), North America’s largest trade show for the live entertainment technology and design industry, has announced a new partnership with the NAB Show, the largest tradeshow in the broadcast [email protected] Show—starting with this year’s NAB conference in Las Vegas, April 22-27.
The [email protected] Show collaboration will get the ball rolling with a special session, “From Stage to Screen and Back,” on Thursday, April 27 at 12:30pm, as follows:
[email protected] Show: From Stage to Screen and Back
As the lines between live entertainment and broadcast entertainment continue to blur, there has been a convergence of the tools these content creators employ to create. Broadcast tools can be found in workflows for concerts, theatre, and large-scale events. And the television and film industries are relying more and more on designers who specialize in live events to create content that is more engaging and immersive. Join projection designer Zachary Borovay and production designer Patrick Dierson for a presentation on the convergence of live and filmed entertainment and what the future holds for our collaboration.
Two-time Drama Desk award nominee Zachary Borovay is a visual storyteller whose work has been seen all over the globe. He has designed projections for Broadway, Las Vegas spectaculars, circuses, concerts, theme parks, operas, museums, corporate events and art installations.
Based in Las Vegas, Patrick Dierson has built an impressive career designing the lighting, projections, and sets for large-scale concerts, broadcast television specials, and corporate events.
Coffee and snacks will be served immediately after the session.
The [email protected] Show collaboration will continue at LDI2017, November 13-19, 2017 in Las Vegas with a special series of “Live to Broadcast” sessions presented at LDI in conjunction with the NAB Show.
For a complimentary NAB Show badge, register using promo code NE36.
The Live Design brand comprises a full suite of resources for entertainment production professionals. This includes Live Design, a digital interactive magazine, and daily industry news portal, online training and education, and Live Design International (LDI), the leading tradeshow and conference for live design professionals from all around the globe. Live Design and LDI provide vital information and training to more than 50,000 production professionals, working in theatre, concerts, clubs, theme parks, and houses of worship, and a wide range of international live and broadcast venues. Find out more by visiting livedesignonline.com and LDIShow.com.