Tag: Culture and Community

9
Aug

Queensland Museum – SparkLab Exhibit

SparkLab is an interactive technology and science area at the Queensland Museum. The space features more than 40 interactive exhibits that are designed to engage children in interesting and fun live experiments which enable them to explore and better understand core STEM concepts. The Queensland Museum reached out to Digilin to develop a solution for a new exhibit aimed to

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22
Jul

“Targets” – Art Gallery of Western Australia

Commissioned from renowned Minang/Wardandi/Bibbulmun artist Christopher Pease, “Targets” is 34 metre long, 5 metre high artwork comprised of 56 individual perforated panels, now on permanent display on the Art Gallery of Western Australia’s (AGWA) rooftop. Described by AGWA as “one of the most significant commissions of a Noongar artist in Western Australian history…”, the piece forms a visible part of

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19
Apr

Regent Theatre

 

18
Mar

Red Earth Arts Centre, Karratha

The core of arts and cultural activities in Karratha and the greater Pilbara region, the Red Earth Arts Precinct (REAP) is an incredible architectural feat. The facility features a 450+ seat theatre, rooftop cinema, multiple function areas, community library and administration offices. Digilin’s RGB HaloFlex exterior linear systems were employed for the dynamic facade highlights, as well as for the

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10
Jun

Her Majesty’s Theatre

Intimate and enchanting, “The Maj” has been brought back to life by an incredible redevelopment project featuring Digilin’s HaloFlex and custom-designed backstage linear lighting.

1
Jun

Western Australian Museum Boola Bardip

Digilin’s Sabre exterior linear system fitted with Sunlike 4000K full spectrum growlight LEDs has been installed at the recently completed Museum Boola Bardip in Western Australia to preserve what are believed to be Australia’s oldest grapevines (installed in the horizontal arbour beams). The grapevines are thought to have been planted next to the old gaol in the 1860s. Amazingly, the

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1
Jan

Monument Hill War Memorial, Albury

First opened on Anzac Day 1925, the Monument Hill War Memorial is an important local landmark and one of Albury’s most visited destinations. Paying tribute to the men and women that served in World War I, the monument sits atop a hill that provides excellent views of the city and local region. Working with the local RSL and veteran community,

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13
Jun

Adelaide Convention Centre

The Adelaide Convention Centre (ACC) is one of the world’s most modern, flexible and technologically advanced venues. Comprising three distinct yet seamlessly integrated buildings, the Centre spans 20,000sqm of multi-purpose space. Digilin were extremely honoured to be chosen to design and manufacture a significant amount of lighting and controls for this iconic Australian venue. Following initial discussions with our SA

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1
Jan

“Heaven” Sydney China Town Public Artwork

Located on the corner of Dixon Street and Little Hay Street in Sydney’s Chinatown, “Heaven” was first installed in 1997. Commissioned by the City of Sydney, the piece was designed by artist Peter McGregor, working with urban designer and architect Ken Maher, and architect and Feng Shui specialist Howard Choy. The artwork underwent a restoration in 2017 and is still

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