Popular in European theaters, the Rosco Supergel range of color filters has many characteristics that set it apart from other lighting filters.
Spanish lighting designer Maurici Ginés used Rosco Supergel colour filters to create “Llumversació” – an interactive light art installation that establishes a dialogue with its audience.
Lighting designer Ezequiel Nobili used Rosco Supergel filters to help students from LA Universidad Politécnica in Madrid appreciate the visceral impact coloured light has on people.
The award-winning designers at Michael Grubb Studio created our incredible stand at Light+Building, which helped us tell our “From Gels To LEDs” story to the thousands of designers and architects at the show.
A Day.One workshop was dedicated to exploring the effects of colouring daylight. The designers showcased how daylight can and should be an engaging element of architectural lighting design.
Adam Murdoch put several of Rosco’s Bastard Ambers to work warming his stage as his lighting designs filled the voids of the other minimized production-elements in “Stripped-Back Shakespeare” at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts.
Italian lighting designer Liliana Ladeluca and composer Andrea Basevi created a mini-opera named Operina della Luce, to teach children (and even adults) the basics of the physics of light and color.
Thanks to the Sochi Olympics, the eyes of the world are getting a glimpse into Russia’s culture and heritage. Just as Bob Costas and Mary Carillo might introduce us to Russian culture in their broadcasts, we thought we’d share some insights with you into Russian theatre. Damir Ismagilov, chief lighting designer for the Bolshoi Theatre…
Italy is not especially renowned for its productions of modern musicals. Its fame lies in having invented the form of musical theatre called “opera.” When Saverio Marconi, the acclaimed director of the Compagnia della Rancia, finally obtained the rights to CATS after six years of negotiations with Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Really Useful Group – he…
by Stan Schwartz Theatrical lighting design can be the most rewarding and satisfying of professions. And both satisfaction and reward are multiplied when you use the newly available electronic tools to research, create and document your work. Two of these tools – or “apps” — have the added benefit of being FREE, and available from…