Shirley Hershey Showalter, former president of Goshen College and TALASKE client
Dr. Showalter understands the significance of sound in the educational environment. Communication is at the heart of education. Whether in schools of performing arts or those that produce future business leaders, the ability to speak and to be heard allows instructors to connect with their students. Spaces where students can "hear themselves think" are essential to the learning process.
Academic environments with well-designed acoustics and audiovisual systems help students of all ages prepare for the future. At TALASKE, we design classrooms, lecture halls and media centers that support clarity of presentation and are free from distracting noises. We integrate audiovisual systems that are cutting edge, yet practical and affordable. When required, reliable distance learning systems extend the reach of the classroom.
Arts education programs require supportive acoustics, rigorous sound isolation and easy-to-use AV tools. Students and teachers spend countless hours practicing their craft; disturbance-free, comfortable studios and rehearsal rooms make their time productive. Intuitive systems for documenting performances allow critical examination of each student's work. At TALASKE, we design music and theatre spaces that allow performers to concentrate on their delivery and find the confidence to master their art.