Crazy Art Golf

Crazy Art Golf
  • Date: 28 Apr 2012 - 29 Apr 2012
  • Time: 12:30 - 17:30
  • Venue: SensoriaSpace, Trafalgar House S1 4JT



Don’t miss the world’s first Crazy Art Golf course, specially created by Alan Smyth – legendary music producer, musician, inventor and artist. 

Alan’s artwork aims to get audiences involved and interacting. Using the well-loved and familiar format of the mini golf game, Crazy Art Golf will entice participants into a world that plays with their senses. The installation will work on many levels, from that of a highly enjoyable game of crazy golf (like no other) to an exploration of shape, form and sound.
Designs include ‘Henry Moore Bar Tat’, which will feature a mother and family sculpture of formless heads that shout ‘Oi!’ when the ball touches them.

Crazy Art Golf will be the best fun you will ever have with a putter in your hand!

There is still time to donate to Crazy Art Golf – materials are needed – check out the donations button on our homepage.

Alan has a longstanding, highly respected career that cuts across music and the visual arts. He is perhaps best known for his work as a music producer, having discovered, recorded and championed the Arctic Monkeys, producing the acclaimed demos (Beneath the Boardwalk) that swept around the world courtesy of the internet. He has helped steer many other local artists to success and critical acclaim, including Pulp, Reverend and the Makers, and The Long Blondes. He is also a Fine Art graduate who has developed and presented a series of projects that reflect his roots in the visual arts.

Awards include:

  • Grammy nomination for an instrumental production.
  • The first Exposed Magazine Award for a “Sheffield Inspiration”.
  • ‘Services to Sheffield Music’ award from Soundaloud.



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