Call for Artists: Little Tokyo is getting a temporary mini golf course that needs context to connect two spaces (Los Angeles)

Call for Proposals: Little Tokyo Open: The Art of Mini-Golf

Japanese American Cultural & Community Center (JACCC) and Little Tokyo Business Association in collaboration with Sustainable Little Tokyo invites artists deeply rooted in Little Tokyo to submit two-dimensional plans, sketches/drawings, images, or renderings as proposals for one of two art commissions that explores the past, present, and future of our community: 

Little Tokyo Open: The Art of Mini Golf will transform open space within the Little Tokyo district into a pop-up nine-hole miniature golf course, connecting two plazas—Frances Hashimoto Plaza and JACCC Plaza—into one contiguous play area. The mini-golf course will temporarily take place on two consecutive weeks, April 14-15 and 21-22, 2018. 
9 artists/art groups will be selected and given options for one of nine prefabricated mini-golf holes (approx. 8x12’ with varying shapes) to create props and obstacles (e.g. tunnels, bridges, loops, etc.) and/or other sculptural elements on and around the hole. Selected artists will receive a $500 commission fee with up to $500 fabrication/materials budget for a total of up to $1000. The artist is responsible for the construction, fabrication, and installation of the artwork. Download the application here: com/file/d/1M94fezQo5Q- VSTe1Go-nMaiDAdc3IMye/view 

More information here: artist-opportunities/ 

Submission Deadline: January 15, 2018 to 
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