A few words from our outgoing Executive Director.
The totes were silk screened at Flux Factory, and each has a unique hand-sewn detail: an earring that dangles from the lobe of a gender neutral and dentally-challenged Fluxer.
Flux Factory is a non-profit arts organization, artist collective, and international residency program that hosts over 30 cultural producers from around the world each year.
In Northwest Queens, Flux Factory’s Community Organizer-in-Residence, Dylana Dillon, is a founding member of the Queens Action Council (QuAC), a group of community residents and advocates, working together for a more just and equitable local food system.
We’ve put together two mega-raffle prizes to offer during the upcoming Not-So-Silent Auction, with cool schwag from our friends. You can purchase raffle tickets at the Flux Me Like Whoa and Flux Me Like a Hurricane tiers, or for $10 each at the event.
We’re announcing details and deadlines for our suite of major thematic group exhibitions in 2014. Send us your proposal and collaborate with us.
Flux Factory is thrilled to announce that we have been selected to receive program support from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, over two years, in the amount of $60,000!
Date + time: October 25th, 7:30pm
Flux Factory is excited to host a Summit Dinner Conversation with Creative Time in our communal kitchen on October 25th, 2013!
Flux Factory broke into the Museum of the Moving Image, upon the request of artist Aram Bartholl. And then we made a video about it.
Islington Mill, a cultural collaborative organization in Salford (UK), will produce, commission, and collaborate on new works with Flux Factory during their residency this October.