(France) – Online event to be held from 7-9 December.
This year, the Lyon Light Festival Forum (LLFF), organised by LUCI Association, in collaboration with the city of Lyon, has been transformed into a fully online event.
Held from 7-9 December, LLFF will include a range of panel discussions, pecha kucha sessions and one-to-one networking opportunities for creative lighting professionals.
Spread across three days, sessions include ‘The evolution of creative lighting to reimagine cities’, where Sarah Gaventa, Director of the Illuminated River Foundation, alongside Sylvain Godinot, Deputy Mayor Heritage and Ecological Transition for the City of Lyon, and Jess Scully, Deputy Lord Mayor of Sydney and co-Chair of the Nightlife and Creative Sector Advisory Panel, will discuss how cities can use creative lighting in a unique and interesting way to refresh their nightscapes.
Elsewhere, representatives from GLOW Eindhoven, Fête des Lumières, Ghent Light Festival and City of Light in Jyväskylä, Finland will discuss how light festivals have changed in the wake of the global Covid-19 pandemic in a discussion entitled ‘The transformation of light festivals to adapt to the new normal’.
Registration for LLFF is now open – registration is free, but spaces are limited. More information on the event programme and registration can be found here.