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Springboard Collective presents: HOLY HELL

Flux Factory 39-31 29th St, Long Island City, NY

This event has been cancelled in response to heightened concerns relating to the spread of COVID-19

Our hell on earth features 3 stages of sinful performances, gluttony, and divine comedy that even Dante would be proud of.


Call for Artists: Pink Flamingo – Clubs in Flux

In order to respond to the unfolding COVID19 crisis, this exhibition has been postponed until mid 2021. Exact dates are yet to be determined. If you are currently submitting or have already submitted, we are still accepting applications through April 27th.

A Song For Sickness by Jonathan Sims

May 8 - June 14, 2020
Flux Factory Gallery Windows

A light installation by Jonathan Sims for the Center of Holographic Arts Light Windows festival

Karaoke Quotes by Jevijoe Vitug

Flux Factory 39-31 29th St, Long Island City, NY

June 18- July 9, 8pm to 11 pm
Viewable from the sidewalk

Jevijoe Vitug has compiled screenshots of karaoke songs online that are mostly revolutionary and popularized by Black artists.

Nobody’s Fashion Week Virtual Town Hall

Via Zoom

Nobody's Fashion Week Virtual Town Hall
Wednesday, July 8, 5-7pm, Via Zoom

Join us for a Virtual Town Hall to kick off Nobody’s Fashion Week!

Nobody’s Fashion Week Films and Performances Open Call

OPEN CALL: Fashion Films and Live Performances
Deadline, August 25, 11:59PM EST

Nobody's Fashion Week is seeking experimental and alternative short Fashion Films and Live Performances!

Flux Thursday Remote Edition

Next Flux Thursday Remote Edition: TBD

Flux Thursdays are Flux Factory’s longest-running program, and during ordinary times, take place on the second Thursday of each month. For now, let's meet together online!

Open Call: Nobody’s Fashion Week Reporter in Residence

Apply to be Nobody's Fashion Week Reporter in Residence!

The Reporter in Residence is responsible for documenting their experience of one or more events at Nobody’s Fashion Week. Reporting is entirely subjective and open to interpretation!

Major Exhibition: Nobody’s Fashion Week

September 1 - October 15 

Fashion is all around us. Fashion is body politics, representation, sustainability, systems. Fashion is Powerful. 

Created Jobs – Exhibition by Cayla Lockwood

Exhibition October 23 - 31
Work Day - Oct 23, 9am – 5pm // Happy Hour - Oct 29, 7pm

Created Jobs is an exhibition and boutique temp agency that examines the current labor economy.

Artist-in-Residence 2021 Open Call

Open Call for Artists-in-Residence EXTENDED
Deadline: December 14, 2020, 11:59 EST

We are inviting artists for 3 – 6 month Residencies in 2021. Application link and guidelines here

Weekly Phone Banking

Flux Factory Phone Bank - Every Wednesday, 2pm EST

Each Wednesday, a group of Fluxers meet on Zoom to phone our representatives and speak about the issues that we care about!

2021 Flux Factory Fundraising Exhibition

January 12 - February 14

You can now support Flux Factory by buying one of over 40 artworks!!

The Gift in the Wound

January 29 - February 7
Jan 29, 7pm EST: Artist Talk and virtual exhibition 

Highlighting work by artists who have confronted their fears, traumas, and shadows, and emerged on the other side.

2021 Flux Factory Virtual Gala

Via Zoom

February 10th @ 7PM EST

Flux Factory invites you to join us for the Virtual Gala to celebrate our amazing community and to mark the completion of our Fundraising Exhibition.

OnlyPods: New Works by Remi Dalton & Jevijoe Vitug

Flux Factory 39-31 29th St, Long Island City, NY

April 1 - 27 | Gallery Opening April 15

Like and subscribe to new channels of work that employ the translational essence of the meme.


April 10: Exhibition 1 - 5pm // Poetry 5 - 7pm // Video 7 - 8pm

Flux Factory is happy to be hosting THREADS, a movement towards to an interconnected future and an opportunity to stand in solidarity with our Asian family during this time of violence.

To Hold Water: Solo Exhibition by Anika Todd

May 28 - 31 | Closing Event May 31 2 - 6pm

To Hold Water investigate the implications of the human impulse to survey, to organize, and to control.

Din Din: 29th Street Block Party

Flux Factory 39-31 29th St, Long Island City, NY

Memorial Day, May 31, 2 - 6pm

This Block Party is the opening event for Din Din, a series of free, socially-distanced outdoor public events which use food and art to build community.

Din Din: Quick Slice by Lily Baldwin

May 31 - June 26 | Every Night at Dusk

Lily Baldwin’s film installation “Quick Slice” will screen every night in Flux Factory’s front window with free slices every Friday in June (limited pizza! First come, first serve).

I Love You, I’m Sorry, Come Here: Solo Exhibition by Natalie Tsui

Flux Factory 39-31 29th St, Long Island City, NY

Gallery Dates: June 4- 6 | Opening Friday, June 4, 6 - 10pm

An examination of the complexities of personal memory using filmed recreations, personal video archives and documentary.

Din Din: Missing Luncheon

Sunday, June 20, 1pm & 4pm Seatings

Who or what did you lose in this last year? Karen Krolak invites you to gather in the garden where laughter, tears, and awkward pauses are welcome to flow.

¡Bienvenidxs! A Week-long Open Embroidery Workshop

Flux Factory 39-31 29th St, Long Island City, NY

June 23 - 30, 1 - 5pm

Bienvenidxs, will be an installation of an embroidery workshop open to the public hosted by Lulu Varona.

Din Din: Recalling Bitterness Tasting Menu and Film Screening

Windmill Community Garden 39-22 29th St, Long Island City, NY

Saturday, June 26

7 – 9pm: The “Recalling Bitterness Tasting Menu” by Siri Lee and “Breakaway” by Heather Kapplow
9 – 10pm – Short film and video art program

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