Ready for some hindsight in 2020? We couldn’t let the new year start without cracking that joke or looking back at our “best of” content from 2019. In the last year, we had a lot to discuss, from […]
Tag: ETC history
Many of us dream of having our name up in lights and when you work at or visit ETC that becomes a very real possibility! International guests, fundraiser events, conferences, and college rivals all have a shot at […]
With 2019 underway, we’re taking a moment to put our “best of” content from last year in the spotlight.
We continue our tour through ETC’s repository of gear and ephemera of lighting days gone by with another entry from the company’s early history: the 1982 Entertainment Lighting Control System (ELC). After a number of years partnering with […]
A first-hand account from founder and CEO Fred Foster about ETC’s past and future ETC is a start-up…and it has been for more than 40 years. In 1975, four UW students — Gary Bewick, James Bradley, my brother […]
Italian fashion designer Donatella Versace once said, “The suit does not represent the businessman anymore. Nor does the loud shirt represent the rock star. The same man can now wear both.” The same sentiment drives the culture at […]
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.