Golden Sea has signed a co-founding agreement with CETA, the China institute of Stage Design, Dan Redler, the original founder of the museum, and the Central Academy of Drama. With the participation of these parties, the current collection will be constantly improved and enriched. The story behind the collection, as well as the history of the development of lighting in theatrical applications,will be researchedin detail, providing a deep understanding of the historical development of theWesternand Chinesestage lighting industry. Throughdonations, loans and acquisition,among others, the museum collection will be expanded and enhanced, further demonstrating the role stage lighting has played in our culture. Golden Seahas significant plansto invest in the future of the “The International Lighting Museum”which include expandingits scale, redesigning the museum from formation to composition; the hiring of anexecutive curatorand the creation of a professional team to plan and execute the museum’s expansion, its long term sustainable development, to create lasting collaborations with third parties, and to have in place a master plan future development of the museum. We believe that with collaboration and co-operation from all areasof the industry, “The International Lighting Museum” willbe an important resource, archiving the journey our technology has taken over the ages and the influence it has exerted over the performances it has lit.