Robe supports Stage of Tomorrow conference
Robe was proud to support the 4th edition of the Stage of Tomorrow (Scena Jutra) conference, staged at the Teatr Wielki Polish National Opera in Warsaw, Poland, organised by the Stage of Tomorrow Foundation and its president Rafal Rzeczkowski, with leading Polish production technology sales specialist Prolight and Teatr Wielki, the latter represented by technical director Malgorzata Szablowska. The dynamic one‐day event featured over 150 production industry related presentations, seminars, and discussions with a focus on the theme of virtual, extended, augmented, etc. reality and its potential for events and shaping the future.
Guests included many high‐profile Polish industry influencers plus some notable international stars including Artur Rojek, Daan Oomen from Live Legends, Janus Józefowicz and Kamil Pohl and Robe’s own Ingo Dombrowski who hosted two presentations.
One of Ingo’s seminars expanded on the advantages of Robe’s TE (TRANSFERRABLE ENGINE) LED
technology, particularly in the context of sustainability and value for venues, installations, and rental companies, while the other was dedicated to detailing Robe’s commitment and passion for technical innovation.
In addition to the presentation stages, a compact exhibition area showcased some of the latest industry innovations – from drones to moving lights – for guests.
Stage of Discussion enabled individuals to present their opinions and listen to feedback from others. It was the only place where artist Artur Rojek, lighting designer Paweł "Spider" Pająk and Michał Fałat the owner of the East Eventz agency talked about the same things, but from their own perspectives and had the opportunity to express their opinions.
Robe CEO Josef Valchar also had some words of encouragement: “All credit to Rafal and his team for bringing the Polish industry together. It’s more important than ever for our community to support each other, be strong together, and look to the future, and this event creates a special energy and synergy in which the whole community can communicate and engage.”
Photos © Louise Stickland