There were few industries in the spring of 2020 that weren’t impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic. With many jurisdictions placing limits on public gatherings, organizations in the events business found many of the events they were scheduled to serve were cancelled, and were forced to make big changes. To ensure that the exhibit could reach a broad audience, Lyn Burke, Director of Luminartz live streamed a video of the content playing, along with a commentary to accompany the visuals, on Facebook Events and Instagram. Communications, Ink played an instrumental role in setting up the Facebook Event and facilitating the social media aspect of the project. The program lasted for approximately half an hour, providing stunning visuals celebrating childhood, connecting generations, and honoring heritage. It included both historical video and still images of the museum’s subjects, including images of trains, railroads, and residents from around the area.

Our "Light Up The Night" project, a case study featuring NEC projectors, won "Best Digital Signage Application: Digital Signage As Art" in the 2021 DIGI Awards!


Video Artist/Co-Producer: Pamela Hersch, Hersch Visuals
Project Sponsor: NEC Sharpe Display
Photos by: Aram Boghosian


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