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  • Remember floppy discs? They're still used for Hilton Head Arts Center's light board

    Brian Riley, Senior Director of Production of Arts Center of Coastal Carolina, demonstrates the age of the center's lighting system and the benefits a new LED system would bring. The center recently asked the Town of Hilton Head Island for $575,000 to replace its failing performance lighting system.

Remember floppy discs? They're still used for Hilton Head Arts Center's light board

Brian Riley, Senior Director of Production of Arts Center of Coastal Carolina, demonstrates the age of the center's lighting system and the benefits a new LED system would bring. The center recently asked the Town of Hilton Head Island for $575,000 to replace its failing performance lighting system.
Drew Martin Staff video