Learn Something New at ETC CUE

By Wes Bailey
Jan 14, 2015, updated Jan 21, 2015
 Learn Something New at ETC CUE


The folks at ETC don't mess around when it comes to teaching the next generation of lighting professionals the ins and outs of the trade, as well as the company's products.  This year ETC opens its Madison, Wisconsin, doors (which are lovely by the way) again for the biennial CUE professional development conference!

Whether you are new to lighting or a seasoned pro, chances are you will pick up something great by attending CUE.  You can attend tracks focusing on technical theatre, console operation, or even advanced programming.   Early bird registration opens on January 19th and runs through February 28th.  You can get more information on how to get registered here.

Here's a bit more detail on the conference itself:

The CUE conference is a great way for lighting professionals of all skill levels to gain knowledge that can be used in their careers. It also gives students the opportunity to get hands-on experience with the technology they’ll use when they enter the workforce. At CUE 2015, ETC will offer two special tracks: a Technical Theater Continuing Education track geared toward students and educators, and a Console-Training and Certification track for programmers – from beginners to the most advanced – to improve their knowledge of Eos®- and Cobalt®-family lighting systems.

The CUE conference will feature interactive classes on a variety of topics led by ETC employees and industry luminaries, including several surprise guests. Attendees will have a lot of time to experiment with existing ETC gear, and will get an inside look at upcoming products. CUE will also allow attendees to network with industry peers and the ETC professionals behind the company’s award-winning products. In addition, ETC will host several exciting events and tours of its legendary factory, giving attendees an experience they can’t get anywhere else.

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