Modular Art Pods @ Fort Houston, July 2019 - Pod Application
Modular Art Pods (MAPs) is an open-source collaborative art tunnel. Each artist designs a pod and builds it. Attendees can experience the tunnel by going through the pods or walking the perimeter. Anyone can enjoy Modular Art Pods no matter their age or accessibility needs. Some large pods are wheelchair accessible. Smaller “crawl” pods can also be experienced through an accessible “backlot tour,” featuring peepholes, behind-the-scenes views, and inside/outside interactivity.

Applications must be submitted between February 25 and March 31, 2019. We recommend copy/pasting your responses and saving them in a Word document for backup. You are able to continue editing your application once submitted, but ONLY IF you do the following. After clicking SUBMIT, Google Forms will provide you with an option to EDIT THIS FORM. Click that you wish to edit the form, then SAVE THE URL OF THE PAGE IT TAKES YOU TO. That URL can be used to link back to your form anytime between now and the deadline. If you lose the link, you can also just restart the application, which is fairly short :)

Applicants will be notified by April 10, and have from that time until install day on July 12 to prepare their pod.

This 2019 Modular Art Pod display will be held at:

Fort Houston
2020 Lindell Ave, Nashville, TN 37203

Install day: Friday, July 12
Event opening: Saturday, July 13
Event closing: Saturday, July 27
Deinstall day: Sunday, July 28

Artists are responsible for delivering their pod to and from the venue, and for on-site installation and deinstallation of their pod on the scheduled dates.

Before submitting an application, please read the Pod Rules ( ) and the Pod Building Guides ( ). These links are to the official Modular Art Pods website, which also provides a great introduction to MAPs and examples of past pods and events!

Modular Art Pods was originally conceived by Tony Youngblood in Nashville, Tennessee, USA, and is Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike. Any person, any place, any time can host a MAPs event. Check out the official Host Your Own page at to find out how.

**You may submit multiple ideas. Please fill out a separate application for each idea.**.
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