Stage Collage Stage Design

Stage Collage

Autumn Libengood from First Assembly Community Ministries in Lafayette, IN brings us this color and photo collage.

This stage design was for their capital campaign to raise funds for their community center. The main focus was their own city and their own back yard. So the thought was to create a color blocking out of Owens Corning FOAMULAR 250 3/4″ x 4′ x 8′ R-4 Rigid Foam Insulation for the sides. They cut that down to rectangles in 3 different sizes, small, medium and large. They painted the color blocking the same colors of their campaign. Then they screwed the blocking together with screws and hung the frame from the wood frame of the stage with fishing line (heaviest you can find). For the back of their stage design, they went out and took original photos of their city and found maps of their city online to create a collage of photos, maps, and color blocking. They ordered the photos, got them printed online, and attached them to foam core board, along with the maps.

Foam board around $150.00
Paint $90.00
Pictures $300.00

They budgeted around $600.00 and came in under budget. This was an easy design if you have someone who is good at arranging color blocking. All together took around 40 hours.

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One response to Stage Collage

  1. Autumn! You may not remember me, but I was the lead singer of the ska band The Saints that played at Joshua’s Cup in Crawfordsville, IN back in the day. I’m the worship director for my church, The Vineyard Church in Charleston, IL. I was perusing this site looking for some fall stage design ideas and came across your post and saw your name and knew that it had to be you. Write me back if you get a chance, forgotten.lore.studio@gmail.com. Hope to hear from you soon. Bye!

    p.s. I like the stage design too, btw. :)

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