The Rocky Mountain Lighting Academy (RMLA), established through the Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering at the University of Colorado Boulder will be holding two summer lighting course during the month of June. The first class, to be held June 6 -10, focuses on technical lighting issues, and the second class, to be held June 9 – 12, focuses on lighting design issues.
Courses are taught by RMLA faculty members, lighting industry and design professionals, Walter Beamer, Teal Brogden, Bob Davis, Mark Jongewaard, Jill Mulholland, Jeff Quinlan, Gary Trott, and Sandra Vasconez. David DiLaura is the RMLA’s Director of Curriculum Development.
Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Full details, including course fees can be found on the registration page of the RMLA website. The proceeds from the RMLA summer courses are put toward providing financial support to the architectural engineering program at the University of Colorado.