IATSE Local 346 is the local chapter of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees. We are a united organization who construct, install, maintain, and operate the equipment which thrill and delight audiences attending live performance events. This can include but is not limited to live concerts, sporting events, theatre, opera, ballet, business theatre, and trade shows.
We have worked with many different companies and organizations in the Lexington, Kentucky area, namely: Rupp Arena, Lexington Opera House, Kentucky Horse Park, University of Kentucky, Transylvania University, Morehead State University, and many others.
With each new project, we make a commitment to provide our client with the highest quality, knowledgeable personnel. Since are inception in 1914, our primary goal has been to meet and exceed our client's expectations. Local 346 is constantly seeking out opportunities to educate our membership in an effort to keep pace with the evolution of new technology. The result is that our clients can have peace of mind. Many times we can overcome obstacles before the client even knows they exist.
Temporary, part-time, full-time, skilled, and general labor on demand
Industry specific technicians with experience
In house payroll services available
We can provide labor for loading, unloading, building, setup, tear down of your event, running crew support, and qualified technicians as needed. Contact our Business Agent today for more information about how IATSE Local 346 can make your event a success.
IATSE Local 346 is committed to providing you with reliable service. We aim to provide the highest value for our customers, minimizing costs while providing skilled technicans and personnel. Our goal is to provide our customers with top quality equipment and service that will provide satisfaction for years to come.
The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, Moving Picture Technicians, Artists, and Allied Crafts of the United States, its territories and Canada was originally chartered by the American Federation of Labor as the National Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees in 1893. Our name has evolved over the course of 117 years of geographic and craft expansion as well as technological advancement. The current title, adopted in 1995, more accurately reflects the full scope of our activities in the entertainment industry.
Since the birth of our organization, the stage hands and projectionists have been joined by a great variety of other craftspersons in the numerous branches of the entertainment industry, including motion picture and television production, product demonstration and industrial shows, conventions, facility maintenance, casinos, audio visual, and computer graphics.