Presented by the Designers Lighting Forum of New York

March 15–16, 2022
Trade Show and Conference
New York Hilton Midtown, New York City


2022 Call for Speakers
Enlighten Us with Your Expertise!

LEDucation is currently accepting proposals for the March 2022 educational program. Sharing your knowledge and expertise at LEDucation is an excellent way to give back to the industry, and to increase your visibility throughout the international lighting community. Deadline for submissions is October 31, 2021.

March 15–16, 2022

Lighting designers, architects, and allied lighting professionals will gather in-person for the 2022 LEDucation Trade Show & Conference, slated for March 15–16 at the New York Hilton Midtown. The event will feature comprehensive educational programs plus multiple exhibition halls hosting the industry’s top manufacturers and suppliers. Stay tuned for announcements!


We Want Your Feedback! Complete A Survey on Networked Lighting Controls for Commercial Buildings for a Chance to Win a RTIC Cooler!

LEDucation has worked in partnership with LEDs Magazine—our loyal media sponsor—to create a detailed survey on networked lighting controls for commercial buildings. The survey is crafted both to study the product development audience that delivers controls products and systems, and the specifier/designer audience that uses such products/systems.

We will be collecting data over the course of the next month and ask that you please take a few minutes and relate your experience.

Hotel Group Rate Available

Take the elevator to the show! New York Hilton Midtown group rate of $337 per night is available to LEDucation attendees and exhibitors. SPECIAL RATE OFFER available March 13–16, 2022.

Online Marketplace

The 2021 Online Marketplace will stay open throughout the year for anyone interested in browsing through Virtual Exhibit Booths from over 300 exhibitors! Registration Required. Free of charge.

2021 August Virtual Conference – What People are Saying...

"The Lighting Control for Health and Safety session went extremely well. The session was well organized and managed by LEDucation. The vast number of participants who joined, the smooth audio/video delivery, and many Q&A exchanges made this an informative and enjoyable session. Thanks to the staff at LEDucation for their continued hard and quality work."

—Gary Meshberg
Director of Industry and Market Engagement

"LEDucation is my preferred lighting conference because they have consistently been able to attract quality presenters with diverse perspectives. They were the first conference to encourage SOLA to offer its Community Friendly Lighting training as part of their program. First-rate organizers and conference staff!"

—Bob Parks
Executive Director, Smart Outdoor Lighting Alliance (SOLA)

“The LEDucation conference brought together such amazing speakers to explore various aspects emerging in the lighting industry. The topics and speakers were informative and engaging. It was great to be a part of the conference and I'm looking forward to the next one!”

—Nick Moser
Account Director, ONE HAT ONE HAND

"The 2021 LEDucation presentations were particularly interesting this year. I attended three, which were all very different and had new information. I really enjoyed the presentation on Digital Interactive Placemaking. Looking forward to next year!"

—Susannah Gilbard, Lightcraft

"As a first time attendee of the LEDucation courses, and coming from a very POWER centric background, I was impressed with the detail and quality of the information provided."

—Jonathan G. Braman, PE
Electrical Engineer, Barton Associates, Inc.

"Extremely informative presentation on LED dimming; I bet that all attendees learned something new, regardless of their knowledge level!"

—Clara Powell
Regional Sales Manager - Northeast, Cooledge


LEDucation Is Presented By the Designers Lighting Forum of New York​

Organized by the Designers Lighting Forum of New York, LEDucation is the ultimate marketplace for solid-state lighting innovations, giving industry professionals a chance to experience new technologies as well as continue their education through a wide range of accredited seminars. LEDucation is a non-profit event, and its proceeds help stimulate future LED advancements by supporting a variety of grants, scholarships and lighting programs.

Many thanks to the following sponsors for supporting the Designers Lighting Forum of New York (DLFNY) in our efforts to promote lighting education.




Light It Up Reception Sponsors

Custom Lighting

Virtual Networking Lounge