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Five of Schuler Shook’s theatre and lighting projects have been honored with AIA Chicago Chapter Awards.

Jim Baney, IALD, IES, LC, LEED AP, will participate in a workshop session at the Facades+ Conference in Chicago, Friday, November 6th.

The recently renovated Kings Theatre is a visually stunning accomplishment, thanks to a dedicated team who gave the former Loew’s movie palace a new life.

Giulio Pedota, IALD, IES, LC, LEED AP, will be presenting a session on IP68 LED Lighting for the Chicago Riverwalk at the LED Specifier Summit, Tuesday, November 17th.

Ohio University bestowed the Medal of Merit on Robert Shook, ASTC, FIALD, at the Alumni Association Gala October 9th for significant contributions to his fields of work and study.

Two Schuler Shook projects named recipients of Building Design + Construction's PLATINUM Reconstruction Award.

ARM Architecture, Schuler Shook and Müller BBM, won the competitive tender for the conceptual and schematic design of the Concert Hall upgrade.

Schuler Shook selected by Sydney Opera House for upgrades to the Concert Hall.

Volunteers from the Chicago office of Schuler Shook spent part of a recent warm, sunny day to help spruce up the Cummings Playlot near Lincoln Park Zoo.

Jim Hultquist, ASTC, was pleased to be a part of the team that created the largest new regional theatre in Australia.

CX Magazine gives the recently opened Ulumbarra Theatre a thorough review in this article.

Duane Schuler is lighting the Lyric Opera production of "Bel Canto" composed by Jimmy Lopez.

The lighting design and sustainable strategies for Loyola University’s Institute of Environmental Sustainability are featured in LD+A, the magazine of the Illuminating Engineering Socie

John Jacobsen’s latest lighting for the stage can be seen in BoHo Theatre’s production of “Scotland Road.” Read on to see what the critics are saying...

Duane Schuler’s lighting for Turandot at La Scala was on display as the Puccini opera helped mark the opening of Expo Milano 2015 in Milan, Italy.

Joshua Grossman, ASTC, served as a design mentor for USITT student members in the annual ASTC-USITT Venue Renovation Challenge.

Michael shared insights about the pitfalls and challenges of renovating a historic theatre during LHAT’s recent regional conference in Des Moines.

Curious City, which airs on WBEZ in Chicago, recently fielded a question about Chicago’s famous skyline and perceived changes in the light.

Chip is a Project Theatre Consultant for Schuler Shook’s Dallas office.

Todd Hensley, ASTC, Partner at Schuler Shook, was recently honored by the University of Minnesota’s College of Liberal Arts as an Alumnus of Notable Achievement.

Todd Hensley, ASTC, will join colleagues at the 2015 USITT Annual Conference & Stage Expo to discuss the core elements of good theatre design.

Robert Shook, ASTC, will moderate a discussion about how the integration of high technology allows today's venues to present a wider range of performance types.

Robert Shook recently sat down with LUCE magazine to discuss his view of lighting and culture, as well as some of his favorite buildings throughout history.

Schuler Shook is proud to announce that Dallas City Performance Hall and Saenger Theatre each received an International Illumination Design Award of Excellence from the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES)

Schuler Shook's own Paul Whitaker was nominated for a Connecticut Critics Circle award for his lighting design for Yale Repertory Theatre’s production of These Paper Bullets!

Jefferey Knox, IES, in-demand speaker and Senior Lighting Designer at Schuler Shook, continues to educate the design community about light and human health connections. Jeff’s highly popular presentation, “Light

Black Ensemble Theater received a Community Vision Award from The Urban Land Institute Chicago during the ULI’s annual gala. The award was bestowed for positive impact and development of

Schuler Shook is proud to announce that its lighting design teams received nine Awards of Merit from the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) for their lighting work on project types

At the 2014 National AIA Convention Michael White presented a session titled Evidence-based Lighting: The Intersection of Light, Architecture, Circadian Rhythms, and Human Health.

Baby Boomers, the largest age cohort in memory, are expected to live longer than any generation before. What role will lighting play in design for Senior Living to help

Last night in Las Vegas, Dallas City Performance Hall received the GE Edison Award, the top award given by GE for architectural lighting design internationally. The award capped a

What will the concert hall of the future require, how will the patronage change, and what technology can be utilized to expand its function? Jim Hultquist, Senior Theatre Consultant

Todd Hensley, Partner at Schuler Shook, will speak about the demands for more flexibility in theatres at the 2014 International Theatre Engineering and Architecture Conference in London, 8-10 June

Schuler Shook is proud to see the design team’s work on Dallas City Performance Hall honored with a 2014 design award from the Texas Society of Architects. Our lighting

Jefferey Knox, IES, Senior Lighting Designer at Schuler Shook, will be presenting “Light – Can It Affect Your Health?” at the inaugural LightShow Southwest tradeshow. Jeff’s continuing education seminar

Duane Schuler designed the lighting for the highly successful production of The Sound of Music currently playing at the Lyric Opera of Chicago. The Chicago Tribune’s review has this

Kevin Greene returned to Eckerd College to light Shakespeare’s “The Tempest.” Based in Schuler Shook’s Chicago office, Kevin jumped at the chance to light a show in Florida in March!

Christopher Sprague continues to play an active role in the performing arts. He recently designed the lighting for several dance pieces performed at Ohio Northern University.

Mark Glochowsky, Controller/Accounting Manager with Schuler Shook, has accepted the appointment to serve on the Ethics Committee of the Illinois CPA Society.

Christopher Sprague, a Project Theatre Consultant with Schuler Shook, was promoted to full membership with the American Society of Theatre Consultants at the organization’s Annual Business Meeting held March

Joshua Grossman, ASTC, was elected President of the American Society of Theatre Consultants (ASTC) during the professional organization’s March meeting in Fort Worth, TX. The ASTC is a professional

The new Oklahoma City Community College (OCCC) Visual and Performing Arts Center Theater recently completed its second phase of expansion and had its first performance on March 12, 2014

Todd Hensley recently designed the production lighting for the world premiere of "The Tale of Lady Thị Kính", produced by the noted Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University.

Mark Hale, Schuler Shook’s IT Operations Manager, is featured in a Citrix Success Story. Mark supports Schuler Shook’s designers wherever in the world our projects take us.

An eight-member independent jury has selected Melbourne's ARM Architecture as the winner of the Gold Coast Cultural Precinct design competition.

Schuler Shook Project Theatre Consultant, Harold “Chip” Ulich, ASTC, was accepted as a full member of the American Society of Theatre Consultants at the organization’s forum held September 20-2

WTTW Channel 11 interviewed Robert Shook about Schuler Shook’s theatre planning role in the PBS station’s coverage of the new theatre building for DePaul University’s nationally-recognized theatre school. The

Schuler Shook is pleased to announce that Robert Shook, FIALD, LC, has been accepted as a member of the International Association of Lighting Designers' College of Fellows.  A founding Partner

Jefferey Knox IES, Senior Lighting Designer at Schuler Shook, will be presenting two continuing education courses at the Lower Rio Grande Valley AIA (LRGV-AIA) Building Communities Conference 2013: LEDs

Are some light sources “healthier” than others? What is a non-visual photoreceptor doing in our eyes? Jefferey Knox, IES, Senior Lighting Designer at Schuler Shook, will shed light on

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