Phish Summer 2016 Tour photo credit Andrew Wallace Technical Lead TAIT Phish Summer 2016 Tour; photo credit: Andrew Wallace, Technical Lead, TAIT

5@5: Phish, Ming Cho Lee, LDI 2016, And More

The 5@5 is released every Thursday at 5pm as a round-up of the week's top entertainment design and technology items, so you can stay up to date on industry news.

Registration Open For LDI 2016 Training Programs

Check out what training opportunities LDI 2016 holds, with over 80 sessions from our premiere professional training programs that include the LDInnovation Conference™, the LDInstitute™, and LDIntensives™. 

Stage Design By Ming Cho Lee Exhibit Comes To MOCA

From now until September 11, 2016, Stage Design by Ming Cho Lee will be exhibited at The Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA) in New York City, displaying preparatory materials to final drafts to over 40 of his original maquettes. Learn more about the exhibit and Lee's career.

Eurovisionaries Take Over The Live Design June Issue

The June 2016 issue of Live Design is now available on Apple and Android smartphones and tablets. The issue features the designs of Eurovision Song Contest, Fully Committed and Bright Star on Broadway, and more. Read it for free now.

Tait's Automated LED Video Structure For Phish's Summer 2016 Tour 

Inspired by the concept of video content becoming artwork, Phish lit up the Xcel Energy Center with a massive LED Video screen that displayed patterned splash lighting and articulated into a cluster of kinetic video screens. Discover more about how Tait built and engineered the structure. 

Behind The Scenes Holiday Cards Are Now Available

The 2016 Behind the Scenes Holiday Cards are on sale now, featuring designs by students at Fine Arts Academy at Mt. Vernon Senior High School, as well we artist and author Robert Mendoza. Learn more about the three card ordering options.

Stay tuned for next week's round-up of current industry news and content.

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