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.
Swag has become an industry slang term to refer to promotional items, typically given away by vendors at trade shows and events to encourage attendees to visit their booth and to thank guests for their support.
In the US, Product Listing by a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory provides a wealth of information about the correct and safe use of a product. How do we find that information and make good use of it?
It’s the middle of October, but the evening is getting late at the Antaeus Theatre in Glendale, Calif. and Technical Director Adam Meyer is coaxing stubborn wires into wall sconces that were never designed to hold LED candles.
To TCP, or not TCP, that is the question. Whether ‘tis nobler in the mind to suffer, suffer you shall not.
A leading pioneer in the theatre lighting industry, Swiss-born Max Keller has been offering creative and technical solutions for the stage for more than 40 years.
In this recurring series, Nick Gonsman of ETC NYC sheds light on aspects of the theory and practice of entertainment lighting control. Today’s topic: Display Focus, Control Tabs and Magic Sheets.