Little Tokyo is a 133-year previous Japanese American neighborhood, the second oldest neighborhood in Los Angeles, considered one of three remaining historic Japantowns left within the nation, and one of many first fourteen California Cultural Districts.
Japanese American Cultural & Community Center and Little Tokyo Business Association in collaboration with Sustainable Little Tokyo invitations artists deeply rooted in Little Tokyo to submit two-dimensional plans, sketches/drawings, photos, or renderings as proposals for two art commissions that explores the previous, current, and way forward for the Japanese American neighborhood:
Little Tokyo Open: The Art of Mini-Golf
Little Tokyo Open transforms open house inside the Little Tokyo district right into a pop-up nine-hole miniature golf course.
The mini-golf course will briefly happen on two consecutive weekends, April 14-15 and 21-22, 2018.
Selected artists will obtain a $500 fee payment with as much as $500 fabrication/supplies funds for a complete of as much as $1000.
Windows for Little Tokyo
Little Tokyo turns into an outside art exhibition with 10-15 site-specific, two-dimensional artworks displayed on the home windows of small companies and establishments throughout the neighborhood.
Windows of Little Tokyo shall be displayed from April 14–October 13, 2018 (period is dependent upon every partnering website).
Selected artists will obtain a $500 fee payment.
DEADLINE: January 15, 2018.
For extra information and to use, go to: sustainablelittletokyo.org/artist-opportunities/