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  • IALD Builds Image at Greenbuild 2006

    The International Association of Lighting Designers' (IALD) participation at Greenbuild 2006, the largest green building conference in the United States, was a positive return on investment based on the response given by visitors to the association's tabletop exhibit. Greenbuild, the annual...

  • Iesna centennial celebration recap

    a significant milestone marked the commencement of with the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America's (IESNA) centennial anniversary. The four-day event, filled with seminars and celebratory gatherings, assembled an international group of lighting designers, educators, researchers, and...

  • Good Party, Great Dialogue

    And what a time it was: The IALD's 35th anniversary celebration, held October 14 in New York City, was an appropriate bash for a community that-everyone seemed to agree-has a 'bright' future. With much to be proud of in its three and a half decades, the association is in the prime of life. But, it...

  • IALD Celebrates 35th

    The International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD) will celebrate its 35th anniversary with a day of festivities in Manhattan--its birth city--on October 14. A lineup of interesting events, and an attending crowd infamous for knowing how to have a 'good time,' mean this is an industry event...

  • Bernecker at the Helm

    Craig Bernecker of the Lighting Education Institute assumed presidency of the IESNA on July 1, 2004. He succeeds Ronnie Farrar.

  • welcomes two new members

    , administered by the National Electrical Manufacturers Association, has welcomed two new members: Universal Lighting Technologies and Square D. The association is dedicated to educating the building design, construction and management industries about the benefits of switching and dimming controls.

  • IALD Energy Policy Approved

    The IALD board of directors has approved an internal energy agenda at its board of directors meeting on October 23. In addition, the organization has initiated a business plan for its Energy Task Force in order to help it better communicate with energy-policy-making bodies around the world. The...

  • NAED Launches Contribution Campaign

    On the heels of a sizeable donation by Lithonia Lighting to the National Association of Electrical Distributors (NAED) Education & Research Foundation, the organization has launched the second part of its two-phase plan to raise funds in order to sustain and expand its services. (See 'NAED...

  • 2006 IALD Elections

    The IALD Nominations and Elections Committee has announced the line-up for its 2006 elections. For both director at large and the membership committee posts, two positions are available. The nominees for director at large are: David Bird, Vision Design Studio, Melbourne, Australia; Kenneth Douglas...

  • Night Watch: Checking in with the Dark Sky Movement

    The October release of the IDA Model Lighting Ordinance 2005.3 promises to further a movement that has already made great strides.