WHAT WE’RE UP TO

SUMMER FESTIVALS

In June we will be heading down to Dover, Delaware to help realize our brand new designs for two stages at the Firefly music festival. The festival will be held at the Dover International Speedway, June 20-23.

We are pleased to return once again to San Francisco Civic Center Plaza for the third year of Clusterfest! We could not be more excited to be working with our friends and frequent-collaborators at Superfly along with their partners at Comedy Central. Clusterfest fans will be pleased to hear that the Seinfeld apartment is coming back!  We will also be leading the implementation of several other activations based on shows like The Office, Drunk History, and Atlanta. The festival runs from June 21-23.

 
The Land’s End Stage at Outside Lands.

The Land’s End Stage at Outside Lands.

It would seem that June is the month for Festivals: we’ll be heading back to Michigan to manage the creative elements of the many stages at the Electric Forest Festival. We will be building on the successes of last year, so be on the lookout for a few new surprises, including an updated version of our Observatory. Electric Forest will be held June 27-30 this year.

We are thrilled to return to Outside Lands in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park our sixth year running. We will be implementing Andi Watson’s design for the Land’s End Stage, the festival’s largest. Andi’s colorful homage to the San Francisco’s picturesque bridges will be on display August 9-11.

ART & MORE

One of our most exciting projects this summer is concepting, designing, and building out a series of immersive activations for a very talented visual artist in Chicago. We don’t want to give too much away (and legally we can’t!) but be on the lookout for something truly special and new happening soon…

We are elated and honored to be working with our friend and colleague Jeremiah Davis to help design the experiences and installations that will go into the opening opening of the Oklahoma Contemporary, Oklahoma City’s new home for contemporary art. The new museum will be a center for displaying new works, hosting local and visiting artists, and educating the community about the power and vibrancy of art.


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