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Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Pass the hat for photons

Posted on Tue, Jul 21, 2009 at 6:17 PM

Got any spare lights? Anyone?

I'll let Kristine Erickson of Mills 50 and Scott Donald explain:

Hello! Frequency Productions is working on monthly art shows featuring nationally known artists along side Orlando's finest art talents at the Cameo Theater. Mills 50 is a partner with them on this and we are facing a lighting challenge. The Cameo is dark and we want to shed light on the beautiful paintings. Ideally $1500 would fall from the sky and we could light the art correctly. However, we are searching for alternative solutions. If anyone has any ideas, thoughts, suggests, LIGHTS!! That they could borrow, steal, or donate to further this along please get in touch in Scott.

Scott can be reached at scott@frequencyproductions.com

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