Flux Factory is currently supported through the generosity of public and private entities that include The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Arts, AT&T, Bloomberg Philanthropies, Hyde and Watson Foundation, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, New York Community Trust, New York City Council and Council Member Jimmy Van Brammer, New York State Council on the Arts, Materials for the Arts, Queens Council on the Arts with support made possible through the JP Morgan Chase Foundation.
We wish to express our thanks to the individual donors who keep us going strong: Louis Santamaria; Tzipie, Beryl & Mark Freedman; Howard & Joan Golberg; Bea & Lew Lewis; Helen Rosenzweig; Shevy & Joe Shalev; Barbara Stengel; Lou Ann Alsip; Richard Fenster; Carole Johner; Mary Bartos; Peter Hirschl; Laura Abel; Beth Ann Bovino; Todd Florio; Kelli Douglas, Marc Levine; Lucy Martinez; Fumihah Tanaka; Raimund Mock; Annie Washburn; I. Alex Schmeizer; William Meis; Timothy Kroll; William S. Powers; Robin Varghese; Noni Pratt; Anita Durst; our esteemed Board of Trustees; and the legions of devoted individuals who give their time and effort to build our walls and display new artwork on them.
Please consider helping us keep the momentum going! We ask you, our audience and participants, to consider a fully tax-deductible donation of $25, $50, $100, $250, $500. Any amount has an immediate impact on Flux Factory. Your contributions make our events happen, pay for artwork production costs, and help keep open the doors to our building—which is the venue for so many exciting events.
To make an online donation to our program, please click here. To make a donation by mail, please make checks payable to Flux Factory Inc. and send to:
39-31 29th St
Long Island City, NY 11101-3707
If you have any questions about making a donation to Flux Factory, please contact nat[at]fluxfactory[dot]org.
This website was redesigned with support from the JP Morgan Chase Regrants program through the Queens Council on the Arts.