Have some bold ideas about lighting?

DALLAS — ArchLIGHT Summit is looking for speakers for its September show.

The event, geared to the architectural, specification and design communities, will take place Sept. 17 – 18, 2024 at the Dallas Market Center and include new products, networking opportunities, accredited seminars, panels and interactive experiences.

“Participating in ArchLIGHT Summit has been great,” said Jered Widmer, principal of the Dallas office of The Lighting Practice, in a release issued by DMC. “Not only does it give me and my design team access to some great content from nationally recognized speakers, but we’re also able to see and touch product from a range of great manufacturers.”

Speakers should submit proposals consistent with the show’s mission to be “boldly different and actively inclusive,” organizers said.

The most sought-after sessions will be those that break the mold of traditional presentations in favor of more experiential learning and honest, collaborative discussions, they added.

“We are looking for sessions to discuss the latest and greatest in the industry, covering topics such as innovative technology, design practices, business acumen and more.”

To submit a proposal, visit www.ArchLIGHTSummit.com/speak.

Several ArchLIGHT Summit sessions are live streamed for students and remote educational institutions, such as Parsons The New School, as well as an entire student program created for local universities.  Recorded sessions from past events are archived on the Illuminating Engineering Society’s eLearning Portal.

For exhibitors, the show will present the opportunity to reach the architectural, specification and design communities seeking commercial lighting brands. The expo portion of ArchLIGHT Summit on the first floor of the Trade Mart will feature exhibitors representing all facets of the commercial lighting spectrum. For more information, visit the show website here.

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