Completion date: 2013
In the 2013 the works leading to creation of one of the most modern Przemyśl’s Culture Hub, matching up to the 21st century. The Culture and Science Centre ZAMEK in Przemyśl, located in the Przemyśl’s Castle – the most famous city’s historic building – has been renovated and modernized.
The complex renovation of the facility involved the outside façade, together with revaluation of the hill and courtyard, as well as the interior – foyer, wardrobes and actors’ infrastructure. The side balconies have also been restored. The theatre hall has been rearranged, involving the change of the audiences’ space arrangement and proscenium area, restoring it’s former shape. The theatre hall with the audience ready for 223 spectators gained new lighting and electroacoustic equipment, together with new curtain, parquets and chairs.
P.S. TEATR fitted the facility with the stage machinery devices, stage lighting system, as well as the audiences’ lighting controlling system.
The stage lighting system devices delivery included: 15 DTS SCENA S 650/100 PC lens reflectors, 10 DTS SCENA S 650/1000 FRESNEL with Fresnel lens, 6 DTS SCENA 2000 OC reflectors,
4 Philips Selecon’s SPX ZOOM 15-35 profile reflectors, 2 DTS MOON 575 followspots, six SGM IDEA SPOT moving heads, 4 DTS DELTA 8 R LED moving heads, and four NICK NRG by DTS.
Ligthing control is conducted via ORB XF Console, working on the ZerOS by ZERO88 software, supporting two 17’’ LCD monitors. The fittings included also the installation of the wireless DMX transmitter Show Baby by City Theatrical, three Wallrack Dimmers by Strand Lighting and two six-channel Splitterd CH6 by DTS.
The audience lighting control system is performed by the HDL Bus Pro, enabling the spot lighting control from 5 points, with the possibility of taking over the audience’s lighting control by the lighting console.
The range of works involving stage machinery included the renovation of the existing devices, i.a. rope replacement, rope pulleys bearings, carrier pipes, cleaning and painting of the steel elements, replacement of the damaged counterweight guides.
The Culture and Art Centre in Przemyśl is the youngest in town cultural institution with its headquarters in the oldest, dated to the first half of the 14th century historical object – the Przemyśl Palace. Thanks to the comprehensive renovation, it became a modern cultural facility of the Subcarpathian region.