What better place to host an academic alumni award ceremony than the historic, Los Angeles Museum of Natural History?
The annual ceremony and following reception were held in the African Mammal Hall and the Museum’s iconic main entrance area. Attendees of the ceremony sat on trimly arranged white polywood chairs among peers and colleagues while surrounded by the original turn of the century dioramas of uncannily real depictions of exotic African mammals in their natural environment. The beautiful art deco floor-to-ceiling molding was accented and up lit a warm amber with LED Par Cans. With up lighting being such an aged and traditional theatrical lighting technique, do you think the museum architects imagined LEDs lighting their creation??
20-foot high dinosaur skeletons make great conversation pieces!
Following the ceremony guests enjoyed drinks and gourmet appetizers. Anticipating a thirsty crowd, 4 8-foot light up LED bars were open for business. Dual busing bins, dual pour trays, and double speed racks the 8-foot LED bars are equipped for two bartenders to service large crowds. Their 5-foot little brothers are available for smaller events. Under the looming vaulted ceiling of the Museum’s entrance, guests mingled among the monstrous, ancient fossils and at cocktail tables scattered throughout the hall.