M&A’s pop-up mini-golf course in Echo Park

TURF: A Mini-Golf Project explores Los Angeles through the playful tropes of artificial terrains and fantastical architecture in a nine-hole miniature golf course. From June 18 – July 31, TURF transforms a corner lot in Echo Park into a fully-operational mini-golf course. The mini-golf course is open to the public Thursday to Sunday.M&A

Sunday! Sunday! Sunday!
TURF: TOURNAMENT Summer Benefit Event
Co-hosted with Los Angeles Design Festival
June 26, 2016 | 2-6 PM new time!

Compete as a team, sponsor a team, or join as a tournament spectator!

You love pop-up pocket parks and neighborhood putt-putt. You rock at mini-golf, love the smell of astroturf, and crave the sweet taste of victory. Most importantly, you care about experimental architecture in Los Angeles and want to support M&A’s unique public programming!

What: Fierce mini-golf competition at M&A’s pop-up mini-golf course in Echo Park! Co-hosted with LA Design Festival, TURF: Tournament features an afternoon of playful rivalry and summer cocktails in support of Materials & Applications experimental and public architecture programs!

When: Sunday, June 26, 2PM – 6PM *stay cool during our new event hours!

Where: 1601 Park Ave, Los Angeles CA 90026 (Corner of Echo Park Ave / Park Ave)

Why: The TURF Tournament is a summer benefit event for Materials & Applications, a 501c3 tax exempt organization. All registration fees and donations are tax deductible. Support Los Angeles architects, designers and artist by registering your team today!


$500 entry fee per 4 person team. Your entry fee is a tax deductible donation to M&A. Thank you!
12-4PM (arrive 15 minutes prior to tee time for check in)
Each player will be provided with a ball, a putter, 2 drink tickets
Winning team will be lauded on social media
Awards for Most Holes-in-One, Lowest Score, Best Golf Attire will be presented
Come ready to play!


JT Burke’s “The Divine” at Gallery 825

JTBurke“The Divine” is an immersive, floor-to-ceiling mural installation featuring 80 linear feet of energetic, abstract art created in artist, JT Burke’s signature digital style. This special installation is unveiling on Saturday June 25th at Gallery 825 in West Hollywood.
Using photos of vintage costume jewelry as building blocks, JT has created a mural that offers a narrative of innocent beauty, greed and competition, prophesies of destructive change, renewal and a blissful conclusion. Two abstract deities look on from the center of the room, leaving viewers to wonder who rules this domain. Feel free to attend the opening, or visit anytime during the exhibition.
JT Burke’s “The Divine” at Gallery 825 
June 25-July 22
LA Art Association Gallery 825
Los Angeles, CA  90069
Opening Night Reception – Saturday, June 256-9pm
Artist talk – Wednesday, July 20, 6pm
This event is free to attend.
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