Amarante Lucero

With a career that spans over 30 years, Professor Lucero, a designer and theatre consultant, has designed both nationally and internationally. Among his international experience, are credits in France, Israel, Scotland, and Indonesia. Additionally he works extensively in Central and South America with groups such as Costa Rica's Centro Costarricense de la Ciencia y la Cultura, La Compania National De Danza, International Festival De Teatro Por La Paz and La Compania National De Danza In Ecuador. Additionally, he has taught master classes in Venezuela, Peru, El Salvador, Mexico, Costa Rica and Ecuador. Nationally, he has designed for the Old Globe Theatre, Seattle Children's Theatre, and at the Lincoln Center in New York City. A Fulbright Scholar, a Grace Hill Milam Fellow, and a Ducloux Fellow, Professor Lucero's research focuses on automated lighting, cyberspace and using the digital world in design and production. He is the co-founder and director of the Institute for Digital Performing Arts (IDPA) in San Jose, Costa Rica.  As head of automated lighting program at the University of Texas at Austin, he and his students have toured both nationally and internationally. Winner of the Austin Critics' Circle Award for "Best Lighting Design" for the premiere production of The Yellow Boat, he has been recognized several time for excellence in lighting design.

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