Announcement: Conference "Communicating Light"

Light workshop
Source: Hochschule Wismar/ Faculty of Architecture and Design
Photographer: Bipin Rao
Prof. Dr. Thomas Römhild
Source: Hochschule Wismar/ Faculty of Architecture and Design
Designed by Florent Keller

(Wismar/ Germany) - From Thursday, 28th October 2021, to Saturday, 30th October 2021, the international Master's programme Architectural Lighting Design of the Faculty of Architecture and Design at Hochschule Wismar, University of Applied Sciences invites to the symposium "Communicating Light" both on- and offline, just in time for its 20th anniversary. In compliance with the hygiene measures in force at the time of the conference, lectures, workshops, light installations and evening events are planned on and around the university campus in Wismar (House 7, Philipp-Müller-Straße 14, 23966 Wismar) for all those who can and wish to participate directly. At the same time, a digital version via online conference tool invites participants from all over the world to take part in the English-language programme. Presentations by Wismar alumni and their employers from the lighting and design industry as well as dialogue on the topic of "light" are intended to strengthen the network of lighting designers. The event, which is free of charge, is aimed not only at alumni, students and professionals but also at all interested parties. Registration is requested by 15th October 2021. The programme and registration form will be published online at

Prof. Dr. Thomas Römhild has been teaching at Hochschule Wismar, University of Applied Sciences since 1995,
 starting in the then Department of Architecture. "In 2001, it was Germany's first Master's programme in presence on the subject of architecture and light", says Römhild, initiator and programme director of the English-language Master's programme at Hochscule Wismar, looking back. "A special feature is certainly the project-oriented study with regularly updated tasks, but also the internationality, precisely the cooperation with students from all over the world", he comments further.

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