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Lim explores tech success stories in performing arts for new book

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  • Czerton Lim was interviewed for a new book “Raising the Curtain: Technology Success Stories from Performing Arts Leaders and Artists,” focusing on the use of technology in the performing arts
  • The book highlights how technology can expand audiences and increase impact for artists and organizations

Roger Coda Czerton Lim, a Scenic Design Associate Professor, was interviewed for the new book “Raising the Curtain: Technology Success Stories from Performing Arts Leaders and Artists.” The book, published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc., explores how technology can empower artists and performing arts organizations in theater, dance, and music to expand audiences and increase impact through strategic use of technology. Lim shared insights from his work as a freelance designer on the production of “Clue” in 2023, focusing on how technology helped in communicating design ideas and adjusting elements virtually. Lim sees the book as a valuable resource for production managers, artistic directors, students, and individual artists looking to understand the impact of current technologies on the theater and entertainment industry. “Raising the Curtain” will be included in Lim’s recommended resources for the courses he teaches.

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