The NATEAC 2016 Conference will offer sessions on a myriad of topics including, LED Power Requirements, Gender Issues In Public Assembly Place Bathrooms, Immersive Environments and the 21st Century Audience, and Greening Initiatives in Theatres. Over the two days NATEAC will present 26 sessions led by more than 60 top industry professionals. The panels, presented by many industry leaders including Steve Terry, Steve Tomkins, Mark Ager, Mark Holden and Jeffrey Horowitz, will set the stage for discussions to carry on after the conference closes.
“NATEAC’s principal goal,” notes conference director Bill Sapsis, “is to establish a foundation for dialog among everyone involved in the creation of performance spaces in North America. The ongoing popularity of NATEAC serves to underline the need to continue this discussion.”
In addition to the sessions, NATEAC delegates will also attend the harbor cruise on Saturday, July 17th. A conference dinner is planned for Sunday night, July 18th.
For more information on the sessions, presenters, and networking opportunities, go to www.nateac.org.