In a live entertainment environment, we learn specific sets of crafts from others all the time, and these handed-on skills should encompass sustainable practice Preparation (before there isn’t time) Build to recycle (not just sets, but lighting rigs, costume – the whole production) Knowledge of materials and products – you don’t even necessarily need to know why (but it helps) Know when to question (and who) Knowledge of key impact areas (know what’s important) Measure, manage, improve entsust.com
People really want to know, but are reluctant to share – there could be many reasons Shy (embarrassment) Fearful of revealing lack of knowledge Protective of designs and plans entsust.com
Positive action becomes sharing – even on a one-man show Ways to do it: Through formal education Through practical examples – pictures! Online (entsust.com, for example!) Through industry publications entsust.com
:entertainingsustainability.com :practical sustainability for the entertainment industry Stage Lighting Wardrobe & Wigs Stage Management General Lighting Heating, ventilation and air conditioning Front of House Scenic construction and props @entsust facebook.com/entsust
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