New lighting transforms art gallery

September 24, 2012

LUDINGTON – The Ludington Area Center for the Arts announces the installation of professional track lighting. The improvement distinguishes the gallery space for exhibition of fine art and initializes the LACA on a move toward energy efficient, environmentally-friendly and cost-effective operations.

The Ludington Area Center for the Arts Annual Online Photo Contest was conceived of and sponsored by Todd & Brad Reed Photography in 2009, and has continued to recognize the talents of amateur and professional photographers each year in January. The contest has been a successful fundraiser, specifically designated for improvement to the LACA Gallery.

The track was installed in July with the final addition of the lamps and bulbs in September. The new lighting transforms the Gallery into a space that is professional and inviting. The movable illumination highlights the exhibit, ensuring that the artwork is the focus of the space. Each track is controllable by individual dimmer switches, allowing a specific mood to be translated with light intensity.

LED bulbs were purchased, making the addition energy efficient, saving the Center on electricity. The bulbs are long-lasting with an estimated life of 50,000 hours, saving frequent bulb replacement costs. Your investment produced an immediate improvement to the Gallery, and will also prove to reduce the Center’s operating costs.

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Betten Baker Ford

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