The symposium will offer a variation of workshops and seminars with a wide range of speakers, lecturers, Swedish- and international guests.

Click link below to see the Agenda for Scandlight 2015.
Agenda 2015
A short overview of the seminars and workshops:

Financing the light – international cooperation in the field of light design and audiovisual media
Helena Pekkala

The Creative Process behind Eurovision 2014
Nicoline Refsing, Rockart Design

Technical and creative workflows for advanced 3D video mapping
David Bajt

…and we didn’t even use a Media Server!
Nick Moran

Making of Matrix II
Fereshteh Rostampour

Experiences in 3D Digital Design at the Finnish National Opera
Olli-Pekka Koivunen

Lighting and Projection – Small Plays and Large Spectaculars
Dawn Chiang

New technologies and (light) art – always on the verge
Jan K Rolnik

How to build and program a LED set, as done by the students of Stanford Uni.
Michael Ramsur

Digital light with analog methods: Bluebeard’s Castle, The Finnish National Opera
Kimmo Karjunen

Workshop in Arkaos
AC Lighting,

Workshop in 3D tracking
Gobo & Highlight,

Dataton WATCHOUT workshop
This is an afternoon seminar designed to take you through the key features in award-winning WATCHOUT multi-display production and playback software.
The session aims to give attendees a clear understanding of WATCHOUT: its strengths, key features, applications and possibilities. The overview also covers developments in the new version 6 of the software, released in 2015, which makes creating spectacular multi-display shows easier than ever before.

Taikateatteri 13
Taikateatteri 13 (”Magic Theatre 13″) is a theatre and circus company established in 1998.
Its objective is to promote and develop performing arts with special focus on magic and circus performances.
TT13 is also a pioneer of illusion design and novel stage concepts in Finland.
TT13 wants to serve the needs of stage arts in a creative and
uncompromising way – to live in the moment but to remain timeless.
The company also works to promote cross-discipline collaboration between different forms of art.

SLF reserves the right to still make changes in the program.