Attakkalari presents
Light design certification program
With Back-Hee Ryou from Korea
July 28 - Aug 6, 2018 Bangalore

Call out for a comprehensive light design certification program
Here’s an opportunity for upcoming light designers, technicians and those interested in stage light designing to learn from light designer Back-Hee Ryou from Korea.

Hee Ryou made her first step into the Performing Arts as a theatre actress. After 6 years of career as an actress of Theatre Troup Georipae, she joined the lighting team of Jeongdong Theatre since 1998 and expanded her work as a lighting designer. She has worked with the Korean performing arts organizations such as the National Contemporary Dance Company, the National Theatre of Korea and the National Changgeuk Company of Korea. In 2018, she was the lighting director of the Pyeongchang Winter Paralympics.

Schedule for the Certification Program
Level 1
28 July - 06 August 2018: Intensive training
08 August - 11 August 2018: Work alongside professionals to set up for performances and seminars in multiple venues across Bangalore as part of the ‘Body Matters - Move to Transform’ Festival

Fee for Level 1: Indian participants INR 7500 / International participants €200

Indian participants pay here to block your seats: 
Register here for the level 1:

Level 2
15 - 31 January 2019: Candidates who have done well and shown commitment to the field during the Level 1 course will get priority to join Level 2, which is linked to Attakkalari India Biennial 2019. This part will prepare the trainee technicians for the intricacies of setting up for an International Biennial Festival based on the tech riders of the visiting companies to Attakkalari India Biennial 2019.

01 – 10 February 2019: Participants will get an opportunity to apprentice with the tech team that will work alongside international artistes and stage technicians taking part at the Attakkalari India Biennial 2019.

The participants who complete the course successfully will receive their certificates at the end of the program.
Supporting partner: InKo Centre