Invitation to Artists To Create Art Installation Projects for SKYLINE 2015

Hideyuki Ando + Tetsutoshi Tabata + Junji Watanabe – DesCours 2009 – Saccade-based Display

Hideyuki Ando + Tetsutoshi Tabata + Junji Watanabe – DesCours 2009 – Saccade-based Display

We received this RFP Invitation to SKYLINE 2015–

Hello Artist Marketing Resource!
It is our pleasure to extend an invitation to be one of our potential installations at SKYLINE 2015, a 10-day contemporary architecture and art event, hosted in Downtown Los Angeles, California.
As one of our 11+ SKYLINE 2015 artists and architects (individuals and teams), you will have the opportunity to create a project, with up to a $5,000 budget (which includes materials, travel, room and board) that will be viewed by hundreds of thousands of event guests!
Site locations for these installations vary throughout “hidden”  areas of Downtown Los Angeles, and include both indoor and outdoor spaces, such as rooftops, walkways, lobbies, secret gardens, and unoccupied buildings!
Act quickly, as the proposal deadline, October 19th, 2015, 5:00pm (PST) is quickly approaching!
For proposal submission specifications, please visit the website here, which also includes examples of previous projects in SKYLINE 2014, and other LERATA events.
The exact locations of projects will be determined upon receipt of all proposals in order to provide the most suitable match of site to project. Examples and images of past installations can be found on the LERATA website at under past projects here.
Best of luck!

Colette von

Events & Development Manager

LERATA

www.LERATA.org

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