This is a rough cut but shows what Mustard did for the 2017 Ontario Science Centre Innovators’ Ball.
McNabb Roick event design and production. Westbury show services. Sound design, David Plowman.
The Mustard Shop worked with event designer Willian Fulghum and the Governors’ gala team to immerse the audience in a magical night. Collaborating with artists Edward Burtynsky, Barry Ace & Charles Pachter, we presented a unique view of our country as we celebrated Canada’s 150
The Mustard Shop created and performed audio visuals for the immersive 277′ screen at the RBC Innovators’ Ball 2016.Event design McNabb Roick. Show services Westbury National. Sound design Chris Hession
The Mustard Shop worked with McNabb Roick to bring the Ontario Science Centre’s annual gala to life.
Three 120 foot walls created a continuous 360 foot canvas that wrapped around the audience illuminated by ten 10,000 lumen projectors.
In addition to creating all the content and curating the music, Mustard performed a live 3 hour set that made the Innovators’ Ball 2015 a truly exceptional evening.
The Mustard Shop collaborated with McNabb Roick to extend their celestial vision for the event.
By creating audio and visual content that was projected on the roof of the very large tent, we were able to take the audience on a journey through the evening. At times you felt like you were in a forrest other times floating through space.
It was a very special evening and raised a lot of money and awareness for the SickKids Patient Amenities Fund. Thanks to the Dilawri Foundation for putting on such a great event for such a great cause. And Westbury National for their superb show services.
The Mustard Shop was hired by Bassett Events to conceptualize and create a Live Cinema Installation for the 40th Anniversary Gala of the 1972 Summit Series celebrating the original Team Canada vs. Russia.
We transformed the Canadian Room at the Royal York Hotel in Toronto into an epic arena that encapsulated the memories of 8 games that changed the history of hockey.
The Tenors performed, Ron McLean officiated, PM Stephen Harper introduced, and the Mounties escorted in Phil Esposito, Paul Henderson and the rest of the team of living hockey legends.
Another moment in history was scored.