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Lincoln Center reopens Alice Tully Hall with a night to remember

What’s better than a grand event for an even grander cause? The Lincoln Center for Performing Arts recently celebrated the re-opening of Alice Tully Hall in honor of Laurie Tisch. The Lincoln Center and Inmagic have a strong relationship that goes back more than 10 years, and Inmagic was there to support a longtime client and its contribution to the arts.

Lincoln Center has adopted Inmagic Presto and has been using Inmagic's DB/Text solution to archive and capture photos of performances, old programs, and documentation -- basically anything and everything that's deemed "archievable."

The renovation of the performance space also marks the completion of the first phase of a major campus redevelopment project, and serves as a launch to Lincoln Center’s year-long 50th anniversary celebration, which begins in May.

If you check out the photos, you’ll see the transformation aims to fully modernize concert halls and public spaces, and renew its 16-acre urban campus using integrated information technologies for enhancing the visitor experience. Inmagic has been selected to create the digital repository that will manage all of the images for the public media displays.

As attending Inmagic clients Madeline Cohen of Newsweek, Paul Wittekind of Porzio, and Judith Johnson from Lincoln Center can attest, it was a night to kick back, relax, and enjoy the performances and the people in a world-class performance hall like none other.

We also snapped a few shots while we enjoyed the evening. You can check out our slideshow on our Flickr page.

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