Thirty minutes after dusk, and after the last visitor leaves the Coachella Valley History Museum, the 60 foot water tower on the property lights up. The process to re-illuminate the water tower after a broken projector system, truly tested the capabilities of the city. But in late November, Public Arts and Historic Preservation staff enlisted the help of the original installer.
Because of the technical complexity of the equipment, and some unusual rainy weather, it took Los Angeles based Paintscaping two days to repair. But if you take a moment to detour past this important public art piece, you will once again be rewarded with an incredible 3-D lights and picture show every evening.