Well-known house of worship lighting designer and technical director Bobby Dennis will be conducting an educational session for CHAUVET Professional at the WFX Conference on Thursday, October 12 from 2:00 2:45 pm. Entitled "5 Steps To Greater Engagement With Light," the session will cover simple, cost-effective ways that churches can use their lighting systems to create a more immersive worship environments.
A former touring lighting designer and now the Technical Director of The Heights Baptist Church in Richardson, Texas, Dennis will conduct the learning session with Michael Graham, the Engagement and Education Manager of CHAUVET Professional. The session will take place at the CHAUVET Professional demo room (C-145) at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center.
"We're honored that someone of Bobby Dennis' experience and stature will be participating in our learning sessions," said Albert Chauvet, CEO of Chauvet. "Bobby's reputation as a thoughtful and knowledgeable lighting designer is known to virtually every person involved in church lighting. We are looking forward to learning from him."
In addition to offering "5 Steps To Greater Engagement With Light," CHAUVET Professional will be holding three other "Lighting and Learning" sessions in room C-145.
1. Alex Fuller "Lighting's Silent Partner At Bethel Church" The lighting and scenic director at Bethel Church (Redding CA) and a former Lighting Designer at Saddleback, shows how to bring scenic elements to life with light.
Wed. Oct. 11, 10-10:45 am.
2. Tim Messina "Balancing Stage Lighting and Video" The leader of the Events United team, which created the stunning 80' video wall at the Steubenville Conference and has designed stage presentations of many other youth rallies, shows how to make lighting and video work together. Wed. Oct. 11, 3:30-4:15. Room C-145
3. Marcus Hammond - "Color Immersion Beyond The Stage" The consultant with Stark Raving Solutions explains how to create a more immersive environment by extending color throughout the entire sanctuary.
Thurs. Oct 12, 8:30 9:15 am.