Flux Treasure IslandGovernors Island Colonels Row House 404A
Hours:10am-5pm Friday & Weekends Flux Treasure Island is an island-wide scavenger hunt, taking place over Friday October 21 through Sunday October 23. Artworks will be hidden all across Governors Island…
UltraViolet Archive (Censorship is Spooky)Governors Island Colonels Row House 404A
A nomadic collection of endangered creative works including films, graphic novels, music, literature, visual and performing arts that were banned, challenged, or partially censored. The Flux Island installation will feature a Halloween-themed collection of frequently censored works.
Double Foreign New Zealand Chinese KitchenGovernors Island Colonels Row House 404A
An installation by Li-Ming Hu is a part of the Mama’s Augmented Reality exhibition series, where artists are asked to create/interpret their mother’s kitchens as they exist in memory with whatever materials they have at their disposal. Curated by Eleni Zaharopolous.
Spooky Sound Effect Community OrchestraGovernors Island Colonels Row House 404A
Join us in playing a spooky sound composition live! We will have various instruments, objects, and microphones set up to create our own live haunted house soundtrack for Colonels Row on Governors Island! Everyone of all ages are welcome to participate in creating sound effects.
Soft Opening: The Voice of Many, The Voice of One: Collective Actions for Resistance and Mutual AidThe Clemente Center 107 Suffolk Street, Manhattan
The Soft Opening of The Clemente and The Flux Factory Rhizome Project which includes The Artists Reception and The Art of land: Cultural Workers and The Community Land Trust Movement with MoMA PS1 of two panel discussions exploring how cultural workers have been involved in re-envisioning the use and stewardship of land in New York City.
The Voice of Many, The Voice of One: Collective Actions for Resistance and Mutual AidThe Clemente Center 107 Suffolk Street, Manhattan
The Clemente and The Flux Factory Rhizome Project present visionary work from a range of artists working in and through collective action, creating solidarity networks that facilitate different ways of being with one another. We asked the artists to respond to the following set of questions: How, as a collective, do you center the work of building and sustaining communities? In what ways does your collective support others to surThrive? How have you activated creativity in your world? Who are the people of your collective and community?
Ceremony: Self-Care for Collective Liberation by Rebecca KellyGThe Clemente Center 107 Suffolk Street, Manhattan
Ceremony is a an interactive sound experience for releasing limitations and cultivating inner abundance. In this workshop we will start to disentangle from the ideas of “self” given to us by the oppressive systems we live within and begin tapping into our own gold.
Chrysalis Kali: Pay SalutationThe Clemente Center 107 Suffolk Street, Manhattan
Join us for an artist talk and performance with Caroline Garcia and the Chrysalis Kali Collective. This performance opens up a deeper dive into the potentials of Kali when one is not operating in the reactive modes of fight, flight, or freeze. It offers slowness as an aesthetic platform for somatic curiosity and assessment, as well as offensive drills and combinations to demonstrate the importance of repetition and practice, all useful techniques in the spectrum of healing collective trauma.
The Autonomous Artist – An Artist Talk with Yon Mi Kim & Ariel MercadoThe Clemente Center 107 Suffolk Street, Manhattan
Join us on Sunday February 19th for an afternoon conversation with Yon Mi Kim and Ariel Mercado two of the founding members of The Salon a New York City based cooperative comprised of working class artists of color. Together they will discuss the content of their featured work within the "The Voice of Many, The Voice of One: Collective Actions for Resistance and Mutual Aid" show and the urgency of The Salon's "The Autonomous Artist Manifesto" co-written together.