New Arts Event Launch, SKYLINE is a free, 10-day showcase of interactive installations


Hello Marie!

We would love your help in getting the word out about our new Los Angeles event, SKYLINE, launching February 2014.  Overall event information and RFP information is located here.  

RFP for SKYLINE Available Online Now – Deadline November 1.

SKYLINE is a free, ten-day, annual architecture and art event that showcases site specific, experimental, interactive installations that embrace Los Angeles’ ever-evolving cultural landscape.  During SKYLINE, architects, designers and artists transform unique, hidden spaces within downtown Los Angeles into destination places for visitors and locals alike.

SKYLINE participants will consist of eight Southern California architect(s) and artist(s) via this RFP process, and eight national and international teams invited by SKLYINE’s prestigious host committee to create 16 unique installations in downtown Los Angeles.

Those not residing in Southern California are welcome to team up with a local partner, and/or still submit via the RFP process for the host committee to review for potential invitation.

SKYLINE 2014 Host Committee:

Greg Lynn – Greg Lynn Form
Eric Owen Moss – Eric Owen Moss Architects
Francois Perrin – air architecture
Rob Ray – Rob Ray
Marcelo Spina & Georgina Hjulich – P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S
Peter Zellner – ZELLNERPLUS

For more information, please visit our website here.

Thank you for forwarding onto interested parties, and posting this opportunity on your calendars and within your newsletter.  Your inquiries are welcomed.



Melissa Urcan

President and Chief Executive Officer

Laboratory for Experimentation and Research in

Art, Technology, and Architecture

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