Fall is in the air in Croton-on-Hudson, NY, and the annual Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze event is underway…with thousands of pumpkins powered by a Gio console.
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.
Downplaying a forty-year career that featured tours with Pink Floyd and a string of Spielberg movies, Brian Lukas calls himself “just a lighting guy.”
A panel of top Eos programmers convened at ETC’s CUE conference for an evening of live-programming war stories, show file strategies and cat memes.
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.
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 […]
The entertainment industry abounds with “right place at the right time” anecdotes, and lighting designer Tom Beck is the first to admit that he caught a lucky break early in his career.