Arts and Music Festival Celebrates in Vivacious Colors

Posted on October 6, 2011

Maplewood, N.J.  – Ten COLORado Batten 72 TOUR fixtures washed an old façade and clock tower at Columbia High School in brilliant colors for an arts and music festival. Charlie Hooven, owner of Synergy Systems in Holmdel, N.J., specified the wash lights incorporated in this temporary installation.

Hooven chose to invest in CHAUVET fixtures when the high school wanted to stop using incandescent lights.
“This was the first time we used CHAUVET, and everything worked so well! People driving by were pulling out to take pictures of the entrance,” he said. “Installation was so easy and overall I am very pleased with how the lights performed.”

Eight of the COLORado Batten 72 TOUR lights were placed on the ground while two others perched in a window balcony halfway up towards the clock, where they ran a slow synchronized fade uplighting the tower and surrounding a projector screen with vivid colors.