Welcome to the Monthly(ish) Museum, where we take a look into the historical lighting collection at ETC. In this entry, we’re keeping it in-house with a look at some industrial design prototypes for the Gio console.
STORIES OF ETC GEAR, NEW AND OLD
Today, we’re trying something new…and you can, too.
Nicknamed the “Showplace of the Nation,” Radio City Music Hall is truly one of the most iconic entertainment venues in the US. When the stock market crashed in 1929, plans for an opera house fell through and John […]
Recent changes in the US National Electrical Code and UL standards have significantly changed the rules for emergency lighting in the US. We explore those changes in this blog.
Written by Chris Blad As life begins to get back to normal in the areas hit by Hurricane Harvey and the flooding that followed, we know that our customers will be returning to the theaters, schools, community centers […]
Would a Source Four by any other name light so sweet? That’s the type of question that keeps some of us at ETC up all night. At some point in ETC’s 40 years of product manufacturing, you must […]
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.