Looking for a fun (and tasty) way to explore color? For several years now, I’ve used candy to help teach color rendering.
ODDS & ENDS
STORIES OF ART AND INTEREST
Welcome to Monthly(ish) Museum, where we periodically feature highlights from ETC’s collection of historical lighting industry gear and ephemera. This installment: a Kliegl Bros. patch panel.
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.
There are moments in theatrical lighting when artistic vision is perfectly supported by current technology.
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.
Welcome to the Monthly(ish) Museum, where we make periodic dives into ETC’s collection of lighting industry gear and ephemera. In this installment: piano boards.
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.