On June 1, Kitty City was inaugurated during a festive ribbon cutting ceremony involving 24 cats, 18 school-aged kids who helped build the city, and hundreds of visitors lined up to interact with the inhabitants. Kittens explored the thriving “meowtropolis” made entirely out of salvaged materials, finding places to leap, stretch, slumber and just be adorable in peace.
Flux Factory celebrated the last of its teenage years with the Tween Dweam Social on April 27th, 2013. The gallery was transformed into the coolest basement dance party ever, decked out with everything a tween could possibly dweam of.
Flux Factory welcomes its newest members to our Board of Directors, Jake Pratt and Jason David Brown.
Curator and writer Mille Højerslev Nielsen invites artists of all disciplines to participate in an exhibition that will explore themes related to the early carnival.
A report from the blazing hot Flux kitchen, by our latest Iron Chef Flux winner, Aliya Bonar.
Perhaps you’re an organizer with a great idea for a unique series of talks? Maybe you’d love to share the joy of canning pickles with the world? You might be a film editing genius who wants to show others the ins and outs of Pro Tools. We’re seeking proposals to join the ranks of previous Flux Factory educational initiatives.
Flux Factory’s Artist-in-Residence Program is Growing!
Our highly competitive and unique participatory residency program serves over 30 cultural producers from around the world each year. Fluxers focus on their own practices while working together as a collective to develop Flux Factory’s programs, and to help shape Flux’s expansive and intentional community. Residencies generally range from 3 [...]
You should definitely come for the art, but all the treats our generous sponsors have donated will help make this an even more spirited evening.
Flux Factory exhibitions expand the creative experience beyond the typical gallery setting and result in the creation of newly commissioned work. We are seeking proposals for our four thematic exhibitions in 2013: The Wonder Cabinet, Kitty City, Untitled (As of Yet), and Curatorial Carte Blanche.
This year Flux wants to help you give the best gift ever: our very own 2013 (Wo)(Men) of Flux calendar. Each suggestive portrait showcases 13 different Fluxers’ roles. Sometimes silly and sometimes naughty, this calendar reveals one thing for certain: Fluxers are hot.