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December 2009
November 2009
11 Nov Graham Eales Joins Philips Lighting's Entertainment Division
02 Nov Auckland Museum Lights Up with Philips LED Technology for its 80th Birthday
October 2009
20 Oct Selecon Display Profile Wins Gold Award at the BeST Design Awards
19 Oct P3 Update magazine reviews the Pacific MSR from a production point of view
15 Oct Trongate 103: see art, make art and enjoy being creative
September 2009
24 Sep Philips Commits to Making Cities More Energy Efficient
23 Sep Lighting Workshop in Auckland on October 27th
21 Sep Philips Selecon at PLASA 2009
09 Sep Selecon Sponsor NZ Museums Aotearoa Award for Exhibition Excellence
08 Sep Kit Cuttle to Speak in London sposored by Philips Selecon
08 Sep Award-winning Melbourne Convention Centre and Selecon
07 Sep IES & Illumudat Data Files for the Philips Selecon Display Profile range
07 Sep Philips Entertainment Group at PLASA 2009
August 2009
16 Aug Philips Releases Strand System Builder TM Version 3.2
11 Aug Selecon Lighting Workshop in New Zealand
July 2009
20 Jul Bluebottle Host Architectural Lighting Evening in Melbourne
15 Jul Selecon & Electrosonic at the Grahamstown Festival
15 Jul Latest Lighting Tech News Update
14 Jul Selecon at the National School of Drama in New Delhi
13 Jul Updating Selecon Email Addresses
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Spotlight On...

Arcola Theatre Achieves Naturalistic Lighting with Under 5kW!

Performing Arts Hub at Aitken College combines performing arts with worship requirements

International Lighting Designer Hartley T A Kemp Specifies Philips Selecon for London and Sydney Productions

Lighting designer for Crime and Punishment delighted with "little Selecon lights"