Billed as Spokane’s most popular amusement, the venerable Looff Carrousel has been re-housed, re-painted, and re-lit with ETC gear. This 110-year-old attraction is also the newest addition to ETC’s Project Portfolio. The carousel’s name – and its spelling […]
Author: Jacob Coakley
ETC’s new project portfolio (https://portfolio.etcconnect.com) showcases some of the most impressive, boundary-pushing, and industry-defining installations we’ve been privileged to be a part of. Visitors can scroll through a photo gallery and click on whatever image strikes them to […]
The Britannia Mine Museum, located between Vancouver and Squamish, B.C. along the picturesque Howe Sound, is built around a 20-story Mill. The Mill building was shut down in 1974, all the machinery was removed and sold, and it […]
In addition to hosting the world-famous Sundance Film Festival, Sundance Institute produces a variety of programs designed to help filmmakers tell their stories. ETC is happy to once again be an Official Provider for Sundance Institute for their […]
We recently put out a news story about Available Light working to create the lighting for George Washington’s tent at The Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia.
When ETC acquired High End Systems, we knew there were a lot of hard questions we had to tackle. Some of the questions turned out to be harder than others.
When Texas Tech University wanted to create a new sports broadcast studio to cover its robust sports programs, the design team turned to Horton Controls Group to help them choose fixtures and lighting control for the space.