The Lumen Family Discusses COVID-19's Impact on the Lighting Industry

In this episode of Light Talk, the Lumen Family holds a round-table chat about COVID-19 and how its affecting our lighting profession, our lighting colleagues, and lighting education. Join lighting designers and educators David Jacques (California State University Long Beach), Stan Kaye (University of Florida), Anne McMills (San Diego State University), Brackley Frayer, and Steve Woods (SMU), as they pontificate about: Current live entertainment conditions in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Dallas, San Diego, and Florida; Tips for you and your friends who may now be unemployed; Christian Jackson's "8 Things to Do When Your Gigs Get Cancelled"; Tips for re-entering even stronger into the theatrical work-force; Spending time with yourself; The new unemployment bills moving through congress; Driscoll Otto's post; Helping our friends and colleagues; Getting help from the banks; Love from the utility companies; Techniques for teaching lighting online; Creative online lighting assignments; The future; Taking care of yourself; and loving the Spirit of the Lumen Family.

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Steve Woods heard on the other side of the microphone.