CM Road Technician Motor School Returns to the Chesapeake Section
Dates July 11-12
Time 830am-530pm (times may be slightly adjusted)
Location UMBC performing arts center
Content- CM road technician training.
The exam after the class is the RTC or Road Technician Certification.
If you have little to no experience with CM hoists you may consider taking the following course:
CM-ET Lodestar online maintenance school.
CMCO Online Chain Hoist Repair Technician Recertification
CM-ET Online Lodestar Maintenance Training (Earn 4 ETCP Credits) For more than 30 years, CM-ET has been conducting this 1-day motor class to help familiarize …
The class is open, to all current USITT Chesapeake members. We will charge a nominal 15$ fee for 2 days of lunch and snacks. Non-members may pay a $50 registration fee each or join the section at the individual member rate.
Organizations wishing to send multiple attendees may become sustaining or contributing members. Sustaining allows you to name 4 annual members, Contributing allows you to name 8.
To reserve your spot please email firstname.lastname@example.org using the subject line Motor School
Space is limited to 20 attendees.
Friends and Production Colleagues,
Please see the attached job description we have open at Temple University for the fall.
It is currently listed on ArtSearch, but I thought word of mouth may get some solid candidates.
It sounds like a tough job to fulfil but it’s just the reality of funding and efficiency. We have had some applicants already and know there is someone out there with this mix. We’re not concerned with a 33.3% ability in all three areas. Lighting is first priority, projections, and then management. There can be a time of transition, if needed, between my serving as production manager and the new person taking on all of those duties – as I transition to more of a teaching role.
Thanks for passing this around. Maybe someone you’ve worked with?
You, or anyone you send it to, is welcome to reach out for questions.NTT Production Manager Lighting Projection Designer
City Theatrical and Barbizon Lighting will be hosting workshops featuring LED tape and Wireless DMX on February 10th at the Barbizon store in Alexandria, VA on February 10th.
Entry is free but we ask that you RSVP here.
If you have any questions, please contact Jeremiah at email@example.com
Event Type- Tour and Hands on Demo
Location- Quince Imaging Herndon VA
Date- Saturday November 19
Time 10am- 3pm with a lunch break
Limited to 20 participants members in good standing of USITT Chesapeake
Details- Demonstration and hands on time with the following video gear- large venue projectors, media servers (Pandora’s Box), and mapping and editing software.
To reserve your space for this event email firstname.lastname@example.org
We have another confirmed event!
CM Motor School:
Over 2 days learn the ins and outs (pun intended) of how a CM motor works, how to troubleshoot, disassemble, reassemble and other functions of their most popular motors. More details to follow in the coming weeks.
Date July 23 & 24 9am-4pm
Venue TBD (in the Baltimore metro area)
Cost as of this release- free to all Chesapeake section members.
Attendance is limited to 11 members so first come first served.
Time counts toward ETCP recertification.
Please contact me to RSVP by July 1.
USITT-Chesapeake will be sponsoring a booth at EDX 2016 this year. The event is June 23rd from 9am – 5pm and will be at the APGFCU Arena at Harford Community College.
Participants are encouraged to pre-register for a chance to win door prizes and entrance if free. There are some classes being offered. For complete details including pre-registration & up-to-date listings of classes being offered, visit: http://bit.ly/20CqlCe
CM motor school update. We now have dates, July 23-24 it’s 2 full days. Location, number of slots and specific content still TBD. Once this is finalized an email will be sent to active Chesapeake members. If you want a slot, please join the section.
Taking a rigging certification exam or just want to brush up on your rigging math? Delbert Hall, ETCP Certified Rigger and the author of Rigging Math Made Simple, will teach how to: convert between imperial and metric, calculate shock loads, calculate resultant forces and solve many common bridle and truss problems. Bring a scientific calculator (TI-30XA recommended) and learn some tricks for making rigging math simple.
Monday January 11, 2016
Local 22 hall
1810 Hamlin St NE
Washington, D.C. 20018
Cost is only $65 for members.
Space is limited and you MUST pre-register with Jeremiah at email@example.com.
Radford University is hosting this year’s annual Virginia Thespian Conference January 29th and 30th, 2016 and we’re looking for a couple of folks to be the face of USITT in the region. If you’re interested, email Jeremiah at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll get you some details.
Applications for the next funding cycle are due November 15, 2015. Previous applications not yet funded will be retained & automatically considered in the next cycle.
The RSI is open to all secondary schools (middle schools and high schools) nationwide. Once a school’s application is approved, they choose from a list of participating ETCP certified rigging inspectors in their area. USITT pays the inspector directly for the inspection and four to six hours of safety training for faculty and student stage crew. The only cost to schools may be the inspector’s travel and housing — if necessary — and any special equipment such as a lift to access the system.