SLL Young Lighter 2019 opens for entries
Wednesday, 27 February 2019
lux-live-day-2-awardsEmma Beadle was named SLL Young Lighter of the Year at the Lux Awards 2018
UK - The Society of Light and Lighting is marking 25 years of its annual Young Lighter competition with a revised entry criteria.
The contest is open to anyone under 30 with an interest in lighting, with the Society set to cover flight and accommodation costs for overseas candidates attending the finals and the awards, taking place during LuxLive this November. Deadline for entries is 10 May. The winner will be named SLL Young Lighter 2019 and receive a cash prize of £1,000.
Iain Carlile, SLL president and senior associate at dpa lighting consultants, comments: “It’s always great to see the next generation of lighting professionals demonstrate their talent and passion for lighting, be that through the presentation of novel project application, social study, technological development, lighting research or any other lighting related topic. I very much look forward to seeing who will be awarded SLL Young Lighter 2019.”
SLL immediate past president and marketing and applications director for Thorlux Lighting, Richard Caple comments: “This year, in its 25th year, the SLL wish to widen the boundaries of the competition giving more young people the opportunity to enter and demonstrate their knowledge, creativity and capabilities.”
Entrants need to provide six introductory slides in the first stage of the competition.
In stage two, entrants will be shortlisted and asked to elaborate on their entry via a prototype, a video, a written paper or a presentation. Entrants will also need to submit a short piece to camera, demonstrating their presentation skills.
Following stage two, finalists will be selected and asked to develop their ideas into a presentation that will be delivered at LuxLive on 13-14 November. The finalists will be invited to join the Society at the Lux Awards, where the winner will be announced.
For entry forms and to find out more about the competition, visit www.sll.org.uk or email sll@cibse.org
(Jim Evans)

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