CAID: games can be fun!
What could be better than playing putt-putt on a nice summer evening? How about playing put-put where the holes are all designed by local artists? Yes, some holes were a little more conceptual = more difficult to play but the whole "game show" event at CAID proved to be a fun, interactive art opening!
It is very hard to see but this hole by denise whitebread-fanning had shaking, clucking, constructed chickens that blocked the pathway to the holes! This was a personal favorite!
This hole by scott hocking proved to be the most fun to watch people try and get their ball into the floating turtle hole. I don't think even the cheater who starting throwing their ball at the hole got it in!
This putt-putt masterpiece by clint snider was a small found object, recycled house that he constructed - complete with satellite dish.
This hole...which is a little hard to see, involved a cannon that shot the ball through the rotating holes on top...too bad it stopped working at the beginning of the show :(
This complex hole by the curator of the golf range, graem whyte, was challenging but very playable!
Chido Johnson's long distance putt!
Inside was many, many other playable games/artworks.
...complete with arcade games - "calder" and "mondrian"!