Everyone has a different college experience. Some people like to study hard and party harder. Some students work hard in an accelerated course or opt to take an additional semester…
At the Georgia World Congress Center over the past weekend, more than 25,000 people attended the T.D. Jakes’s event Woman Thou Art Loosed. For this 3-day event, Southeast Staging brought…
Southeast Staging Services Southeast Staging has a ton of possibilities for you, whether you want a small to medium, flat stage or a large, multi-leveled conference stage. The options are…
Graduation day is the culmination of all the time and hard work students have put into gaining qualifications and skills. Their dedication is very important: especially as they lead into adulthood.
Our latest behind-the-scenes installment is for CHEERSPORT. Over 55,000 cheerleaders visited the Atlanta area for the Annual National Competition.
Some call them catwalks, some call them runways, but once upon a time in a world without smartphones, runways were used for exclusive fashion shows to entice clients into buying the latest designs.
One of the best parts of attending a sporting event is a tailgating party with friends, family, or other sports goers in the parking lot. There are several must-haves when it comes to tailgating. Keep reading to see our top recommendations for your next game day!
Georgia is home to many amazing event venues, large and small, including indoor and outdoor spaces. With over 90 years of combined experience, Southeast Staging has worked on some of the biggest events in the industry including The Super Bowl, Final Four, Presidential tours, film and movie sets (including Richard Jewel), and more!
Most production or performance events have an audience. Tiered seating systems increase in height the further back they go, elevating the audiences’ sightline which allows for a clearer view of the stage or platform.
Lighting is a fundamental aspect in film, as it creates an atmosphere for your content and plays a large role on how the film will look to the audience. After all, film is a visual medium. Video cameras do not capture light and detail the same way our eyes do, so it is imperative to have the proper lighting.