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IESNYC's Ninth Annual Audible Light Exhibition, March 4-5

Keynote Address by LINNAEA TILLETT, PhD, to highlight the opening of IESNYC's Ninth Annual Audible Light Exhibition.

The Illuminating Engineering Society of NYC is pleased to announce the long-awaited results of our Ninth Annual NYC Student Lighting Competition, with an exciting evening that aptly features a keynote address by Linnaea Tillett, PhD.

As founder and principal of Tillett Lighting Design, Inc., Ms. Tillett has long been a shining light in the industry.Her company's reputation for artistry, technical innovation and functionality has led to collaborations with some of the world's most acclaimed architects, interior designers and artists. Since 1992, she has been a faculty member of the Masters in Lighting Design Program at Parsons The New School for Design. Her wealth of talent, academic degrees and diverse experience combine to make her a sought-after and frequent speaker on lighting, public space, and the psychology and physiology of lighting.

For the student competitors, award-winners, and industry attendees at the Exhibition Opening and Reception on March 4, 2009, Ms. Tillett's keynote speech promises to be an inspiring and unforgettable experience. Registration is required, and can easily be done online at

On March 5, 2009, the exhibition opens its doors to the public, free of charge. All are invited to come and be inspired by the students' fascinating achievements.

Event Specifics:

Audible Light Exhibition Opening and Keynote Address

March 4, 2009

- Exhibition Opening and Reception: 6pm to 7pm

- KeyNote Address and Awards Presentation: 7pm to 8pm

- Online registration required.

March 5, 2009

- Public Exhibition: 11am to 5pm

- The exhibition is free and open to the public

The Helen Mills Theater and Event Space

137-139 West 26th Street, New York, NY

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