Tim is a Dutch-American Lighting Designer who recently completed his Masters of Fine Arts at New York University. After graduating from the Technical Theatre Arts program at Amsterdam School of the Arts, in 2014, Tim has designed productions including Hamlet and King Lear for the junior company of Toneelgroep Amsterdam; Alcina and The Rape of Lucretia, for the Dutch National Opera Academy; The Intelligent Homosexuals Guide to Capitalism and Socialism with a Key to the Scriptures (or iHo) for Toneelgroep Oostpool and Skyggespill for the Norwegian Chamber Orchestra. He is currently designing productions in the Netherlands and London next to his ongoing commitments as the resident Lighting Designer for the Second Avenue Dance Company in NYC.
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ETC LDI 2017
Every year since 2000, ETC has provided a unique opportunity for lighting design and stage technology students, sponsoring them to attend the LDI tradeshow. This year, ETC has selected seven recipients of its LDI Student Sponsorship, giving them an all-expense-paid trip to Las Vegas and a full LDI conference pass. The students will get to see the latest entertainment technology, have access to LDI seminars and training, and the opportunity to network with industry professionals at special events. Each Sponsorship recipient will be matched with an industry luminary who will serve as a mentor as the students transition from academics into the working world.
The Batley and Spen Youth Theatre Company was recently set up to celebrate and pay tribute to the life of the late Jo Cox, MP for the constituency. Its aim was to create a lasting legacy in the town which will benefit young people for many years to come. Its inaugural project was a three week event led by a West End creative team which included a performance of Jo’s favourite musical Les Misérables, using an entire local cast. In support of the project, White Light provided the lighting equipment.
Does the law protect the work of an artist painting in the air? Zichtlijnen Netherlands wrote an article about this in response to Tim van 't Hof's Bachelor degree Thesis that he produced during his time at the Amsterdam School of the Arts. (Note: article is in Dutch)