2010 Part E – Ray White Awards

After The Jungle Book and then Christmas, It was straight back into the busy festival season in Adelaide. This year saw GoslingProductions participating in Soundwave, Adelaide Fringe Parade, Adelaide Fringe 2010, Clipsal 500, Country Arts SA Shows On The Road, Marion Fashion Shows and the Ray White Awards at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre.

GoslingProductions was engaged by Central Audio Visual to provide lighting programming and operation services for the annual Ray White awards held at the new Adelaide Entertainment Centre Theatre. The set up was an interesting one, with a stage at either end of the venue. The main stage was for the award night itself and featured key note speakers from Ray White and visiting dignitaries and a separate stage at the back of the room where the band FizzyPop played 2 amazing sets at the end of the night.

The main stage was fed vision by 2 x 6500 lumen projectors, as well as vision and graphic content being fed to 4 x HD LED Video Walls for some added eye candy. This content was switched through a 408. There was also a rear screen over the rear stage of what was being fed to the two main projector displays.

Lighting on both the main stage, the rear stage and over the audience was:

Ach In Banking style=”padding-left: 30px;”>4 x Mac 250 Profiles
4 x Mac 2000 Profiles
3 x Mac 2000 Wash XB
4 x Mac 700 Profiles
4 x Mac 600 Wash
6 x ETC Source Four Profiles
8 x 2K Fresnels
1 x LED Star Curtain
2 x City Colours
1 x Hog 1K

The new AEC Theatre also boasts fully controllable LED House Lighting from 30 permanently installed units controlled over a ethernet matrix and fully RF remote controlled trusses. These trusses are both box truss for lighting gear, cable picks, PA points and drape/traveller lines. Fully customisable layouts available.

I have added a few pictures of the gala dinner, the awards ceremony and ops.

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