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Remembering Arnold Palmer During the Ryder Cup

We finished setting up the Ryder Cup this week, including seating around the first tee. With Arnold Palmer’s passing over the weekend, we don’t think there is a single person on the premises who isn’t thinking about him. This past August he visited another course nearby in order to review the redesign that his firm […]

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Battle of Bristol

Some football stadiums boggle the mind with the number of seats available for lifelong fans. Take for example the stadiums at Notre Dame University and Ohio State University, which seat 80,000 and 104,000, respectively … even though Notre Dame has only 12,000 undergraduates and Ohio State has 58,000. This just goes to show that college […]

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Music Festivals Then & Now: From Woodstock to Coachella

Music festivals have exploded over the past twenty years. All over the world people gather together, sometimes for days on end, to celebrate the music and the culture they call their own. If we go back thousands of years, we can trace the genesis of festivals, which have been around since the beginning of human […]

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Not a Bad Seat in the Ballroom

Anyone who has attended events in large ballrooms or halls has seen this layout: a sea of house chairs blanketing the flat ballroom floor. It doesn’t take long to realize that getting a good view of the stage starts to get tricky beyond ten rows back. When I had to attend a dozen or so […]

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Shoji Screens Homage to the Ancient Japanese Screens Becomes Part of InProduction ’s Inventory

Let’s go back to 400 BC, to the Japanese folding screens that were used as room dividers, and as shields against the wind and other elements. Strictly speaking, they are made from thin paper and wood frames, but they have changed over the years and now contain other elements as well. A shoji screen is […]

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Olympic Dreams in Staging

As the Olympics come to a close in Rio, we can’t help but think about the event’s scenic design and staging execution. Every production company hopes to one day have the opportunity to bring the best of what they do to a global audience, but only a few have had the honor. 2004 Athens Summer […]

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InProduction Announces the Acquisition of T&B Equipment, Inc.

InProduction, Lansing Michigan, today announced the recapitalization of T&B Equipment, Inc., one of the leading event seating and flooring companies in the United States. The combined companies now offer the most comprehensive temporary seating and staging inventory, services, and solutions across the country. This strategic acquisition is InProduction’s first since partnering with Dubin Clark & […]

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Meet the Lectern

It’s election time. No one can avoid it. Two national political conventions are taking place this month, and a series of debates are slated for the fall that could determine the outcome of the election in November. What will be at all those events that will help to set the stage for the candidates and […]

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Shooting Your Event for Video Presentations

More and more our camera accessories have become instrumental in the staging work we do for our clients. The event itself provides entertainment, engagement, and education, but in today’s world of social media content, more often than not the event itself also becomes a YouTube video … or a post on Facebook, Instagram, or even […]

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Meet Piet Mondrian, the Artist Inspiration for Our Scenic Mondrian Line

Mondrian is universally recognized for the purity of his abstractions and the methodical practice by which he arrived at them. Part of the DeStijl Movement founded in 1917 in Amsterdam, he saw spiritual order underlying the visible world, creating a clear, universal aesthetic language within his canvases. This work from the 20’s is considered his […]

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