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Latrobe Regional Gallery gets LED lighting upgrade of $71,724 investment through Victoria's Regional Collections Access Program
Latrobe City Council welcomes the Victorian government's $71,724 investment in LED lighting upgrades at Latrobe Regional Gallery.
The announcement for the investment in LED lighting upgrades at Latrobe Regional Gallery was made today and provided through Creative Victoria's Regional Collections Access Program. The funding will be used to upgrade the gallery lighting system towards a more energy efficient and future proofed system.
Reduced heating produced by the new system is also expected to improve the climate control system for further energy conservation
The lighting upgrades will ensure the gallery can maintain international museum standards - showing works at the correct colour temperature and lux level. This will allow capacity for touring works and improve critical collection care.
Mayor of Latrobe City, Councillor Kellie O'Callaghan thanked the Victorian government for their support of the Latrobe Regional Gallery. "On behalf of council, I would like to thank the Victorian government for their investment in a new LED lighting system for the Latrobe Regional Gallery."
"The upgrades will provide a much-needed energy efficient system that will improve the capacity of our gallery and the cultural vitality of our City. I look forward to the system installation - improving the care of our current collection and more options for touring works that our community can enjoy," said Cr. O'Callaghan.
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