About the ALD

What is the ALD?
The Association of Lighting Designers is the professional body representing all those who work or are interested in the creation of lighting, video & projection design for live performance and events.

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History
The Association of Lighting Designers grew out of the Society of British Theatre Lighting Designers. This club of designers expanded its membership in 1981 to embrace lighting professionals from all fields.

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Aims
The ALD has the following aims:
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Structure
The ALD is a constitutionally formed Association run by an Executive Committee who report to the general members. The Executive deals with the day to day running of the association, formulating policy for ratification by the members, fielding enquiries from members and managements, representing members on other bodies and committees, publishing the Association’s magazine and other publications, setting up members’ meetings, entertainment, classes and organising the membership and finances of the Association.
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Awards
The ALD is involved in a number of Awards to recognise the art and contribution of Lighting designers in various forms of Live Performance, and to assist with its aims to further the art and appreciation of creative lighting design and raise the professional status of lighting design as part of the creative process.

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More Questions?
Please contact the ALD using the contact link above, we will be happy to help.

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Executive Committee
The Executive deals with the day to day running of the association, formulating policy for ratification by the members, fielding enquiries from members and managements, representing members on other bodies and committees, publishing the Association’s magazine and other publications, setting up members’ meetings, entertainment, classes and organising the membership and finances of the Association.

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