October 2011

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October 2011

Special Keynote, Achievement Sessions
Luis Valdez, founder of El Teatro Campesino, will be the Keynote speaker for the 2012 Annual Conference and USITT's Distinguished Achievement Awards winners will present a panel in Long Beach. more »

Sherry Wagner-Henry, USITT Secretary
When Sherry Wagner-Henry took over as Secretary of USITT in July, she was continuing a great tradition of service to the organization by people from Minnesota. more »

Site Focuses on Safety
New website designed to raise awareness of safety within the entertainment industry. more »

Grants Assist with International Travel
Applications for the 2012 Individual/Professional International Travel Award will be available October 1. more »

Scenofest 2011 in Review
USITT helps students connect with the world of performance design through the student sections of PQ and Scenofest, created by OISTAT. more »

News From USITT's President
Contrasts abound in an event-filled month of travel. more »

Executive Director
Preparing to open registration and hotels for the 2012 Annual Conference. more »

Costumers Prepare for the Beach
Sessions on everything from zombie teeth to swimware are in store. more »

Rediscovering Research
Some advice, and tools, to help with online visual research. more »

Broad Agenda for USITT's Commissioners
An August meeting in Milwaukee allowed for wide-ranging discussions. more »

Costume Symposium 2012
The focus was on Photoshop manipulation, and the results were spectacular. more »

Take Advantage of California Opportunities
Special opportunities in Long Beach will focus on the region's arts and entertainment industries, with PDWs ranging from theme parks to theatre architecture to museum design. more »

New Exhibitors Join Stage Expo
With six months until the show, 80 percent of the available booth space has been reserved, and less than 40 booth spaces remain. more »

The Last Word - Finding Common Ground
A theatre historian, a dramaturge, and a technical director presenting on a common topic? more »