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Become a Friend of Flux and receive our first ever Postcard Zine

Our 36 page post-card zine collects artworks, mementos, and ramblings from artists all over the world we've served - donate today to receive this gift! Image made by Richard Nathaniel.

Our 36 page post-card zine collects artworks, mementos, and ramblings from artists all over the world we’ve served – donate today to receive this gift! Image made by Richard Nathaniel.

Your fully tax-deductible support will make you a Friend of Flux, with overflowing thankfulness, perks & opportunities such as curator tours, studio visits, friends-only gifts and more.

Or donate any fully tax-deductible amount you like. All 2018 Friends of Flux will receive our first ever Post-card Zine, created by Fluxers who sent us postcards from all around the world containing their art & writings. And a brand new limited edition T-Shirt by Flux Artist-in-Residence, Jevijoe Vitug.

Tremendous thanks to our 2018 Friends of Flux:

Limited edition T-shirts made by Jevijoe Vitug

The Flamingo Circle
Noah Doely, Cullen C. Kasunic, Liz Dunn, Brandon Eilertson, Hanna Li, Sallie Sanders, The James Conlon & Solomon Fund, Helen Ho and Laguardia Community College, The Dutch Kills Civic Association, Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer.

Jake Pratt, Eneida Rivas, Melanie Cohn, Scott Hirst, Shani Clayton

Jean Cawley, Elizabeth Colleton, Sarah Greenbaum, Kendal Henry, Lesley Martin, Jacqueline Pompei, Marc Rodriguez, Sally Szwed, Jeffrey Wald, Tom Hallaran, Sarah Weitlauf

Kevin Adamson-Jackes, Gabriel Aherne, Richard Baum, Fadi Braiteh, Julia Clark, Margaret Flanagan, Tracy Gilman, Kendal Henry, Jonah Levy, Ignacio Lopez Beguiristain, Deborah Lowry, Rhonda Lowry, Shu Ming Lim, Adam Miller, Paul D. Miller, Jen Paradis, Cynthia Pringle, Marcie Saganov, Shelton Smith, Janis Suess, Jesse Winter, Andrea Wolf



Our thanks also go out to those organizations who have supported Flux programs, including the Andy Warhol Foundation for Visual Arts; The National Endowment for the Arts; the Trust for Mutual Understanding; in-kind support from Materials for the Arts; the Danish Arts FoundationThe Hyde and Watson Foundation; the Partnership for Parks; the Art Foundation of the State of Saxony-Anhalt; the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council; and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo, the New York State Legislature.

Groups like Flux are an endangered species in today’s NYC, and the truth is that we’ve narrowly avoided displacement.  We love LIC and we’re in the midst of a long-term plan to secure permanent sustainability.  We are setting a fundraising goal of $25,000 by 2019, and now is your first chance to join a revamped Friends of Flux program we’ll soon roll out in full force.  We aim to take Flux to a higher level, and we need your support to get there. Flux is a slice of old-school NYC.  Like the 1960s’ “Flux Houses” in downtown Manhattan, our multidisciplinary family is prolific, socially engaged and scrappy.  Our nearly 50 artists-in-residence of 2017 produced just as many public events this year including group exhibitions, concerts, potlucks, panels, and the unclassifiable.  We provided $40,000 to artists for creating new works at Flux’s free public events, in addition to providing the low-cost facilities and support that premise creativity.  We’re also producing the first ever group art exhibition at the Windmill Community Garden, a new green space for LIC, in tandem with our neighbors the Growing Up Green Charter School & The Dutch Kills Civic Association.  Even before crunching all these numbers, we knew that Flux does more with less, and it’s all because we are a community that cares deeply about the singular civic role Flux performs.

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