Audiovisual Flexibility and Function at the Harman Center

Sept. 1, 2008

AV Awards e-Lunch & Learn Webinar Series

Designed as the most flexible auditorium in North America, this facility can be arranged in an open-end stage, proscenium, or thrust stage. Its audio system, made up of various mixing consoles, loudspeakers, and an effective cabling infrastructure, can easily be adapted for the spoken word or music, a tremendous feat in versatility. Variable acoustics curtains that can be raised or lowered with the push of a button, movable towers, balcony fronts, and more ensure excellent acoustics.

Watch the webcast to learn more about this exciting project from the award-winning design team.

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ARCHI-TECH welcomes comments on the distance education program, including its content, format, and process for AIA/CES learners. 
Please contact Leah Garris at (319) 364-6167 or [email protected].   

Stamats Buildings Media, publisher of ARCHI-TECH, is the provider of ARCHI-TECH'S AIA/CES distance education programs.  Stamats Buildings Media's provider number is J683.

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