Lightfair Announces Hybrid Conference Program

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April 21, 2021

It’s no secret that world-class lighting education is the standard at LightFair. This year, it gets even better with two ways to attend the conference.

Attend in person at the Javits Center, New York. Or, attend virtually from anywhere in the world.

LightFair Hybrid Conference Highlights

  • Highly acclaimed, award-winning presenters
  • Program designed by a dedicated Conference Advisory Committee comprising of IES and IALD members
  • Limited in-person seats to accommodate social distancing, room capacity guidelines
  • Simultaneous virtual sessions offering LIVE experience
  • Courses for all levels from beginner to advanced
  • Popular courses are back; new tracks and latest topics added

Browse courses, sessions and speakers, shortlist your courses and start planning. Registration for LightFair opens June 7.

Go HERE for more information.

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