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Being VOTED ON TODAY….
from Jim on Light
“Attention, Lighting Designers! YOU MUST READ Texas House Bill 2649
Posted May 26, 2009 at 8:33 pm by Jim in Architectural Lighting, Civil and Infrastructure Lighting, Designers, Home Lighting, Industry News, JimOnLight.com, Legal Light, Lighting Design, Lighting Discussion, Lighting Manufacturing, Policy and Legislation, landscape lighting
Everybody, this bill is scheduled for a vote TOMORROW. Texas House Bill 2649 puts us out of business, folks.
I just got information from John Baker in Houston about Texas House Bill 2649. I don’t know what your feelings are on this, but it deserves a read. IALD sent out a letter about voting this down – I have copied both the verbage in the bill and the letter from IALD below.
First and foremost, this bill is going to make it impossible for lighting designers who work in Texas to work on projects without being licensed as either an electrician, architect, engineer, landscape architect, or interior designer.”
Please go to the original article and take action.
“Convention & Entertainment Facilities Department
REQUEST FOR SUBMISSIONS
George R. Brown Convention Center Video Collection
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: Friday, May 29, 2009
The Houston Arts Alliance and City of Houston Convention & Entertainment Facilities Department request artists to submit short film and video works for presentation on multiple 42” flat screen monitors throughout the George R. Brown Convention Center GRBCC. The selected artworks will be purchased for the City of Houston’s civic art collection.”
“Take four candidates for Houston mayor, place them in a museum auditorium and ask them if they support the arts. Wanna bet their answer will be an artful yes?
It was. There was little room for disagreement among Gene Locke, Peter Brown, Roy Morales and Annise Parker in a forum at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston sponsored by the Houston Arts Alliance, the Houston Downtown Alliance (Theater District) and the Houston Museum District Association. Worth mentioning is that the audience of 300-plus was probably the biggest crowd to view the candidates together so far in the campaign for the November election.”
full article at Houston Politics: A portrait of agreement.