For those who aren’t aware of Flux Factory and the work they do, let me begin by saying—they’re awesome and they deserve your support…What we want, are more opportunities to talk about art that is meaningful and engages a community through means less fleeting than money. Flux does all this and more, they just don’t have a massive cash reserve at their disposal to tour their programs from art fair to art fair. Your support, today, isn’t just a gift to what they do, but a gift to the art community at large. It’s an investment in the community that produces the art we’d like to talk about.
—Paddy Johnson, Art Fag City
Help support New York City’s hardest working art collective, residency program, and exhibition center.
Flux Factory is a place for collaborative art-making, monthly potluck dinner discussions, bold and dynamic exhibitions, and the remarkable energy of over thirty international artists-in-residence who we serve on an annual basis. We’re resourceful at Flux and rely on individual contributions to keep the factory working. We make a little go a long way and welcome your help, whether it’s through volunteering your time for special events or in the form of a fully tax-deductible donation. Email email@example.com for more information or to request a receipt.
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You can make a tax-deductible contribution in any amount through Paypal, or make checks payable to Flux Factory Inc and send them to:
39-31 29th St
Long Island City, NY 11101-3707
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Flux Factory currently receives generous support from the The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Arts, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, New York Community Trust, New York City Council and Council Member Jimmy Van Bramer, New York State Council on the Arts, The Trust for Mutual Understanding as well as our good friends at Materials for the Arts.