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Flux Projects awarded grant from Fulton County Arts

Flux Projects is honored to receive continued funding from Fulton County Department of Arts & Culture through it Contracts for Services (CFS) for our 2021 year of programs. The Fulton County Arts Council was established in 1979 by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners to ensure all citizens’ access to the arts. They accomplish this [...]

Flux Projects presents BANDALOOP’S FIELD, a vertical dance performance that spotlights the ecological impact of the fashion industry.

Flux Projects presents the world premiere of FIELD, a new work by critically acclaimed vertical dance group BANDALOOP, Friday, October 1 through Sunday, October 3, 5:30pm. This large-scale, free, outdoor public performance will take place on the façade of the 725 Ponce building overlooking the Eastside Trail of the Atlanta BeltLine. Directed by Melecio Estrella, [...]

We Art Djeli adds music to Charmaine Minniefield’s “Remembrance as Resistance”

Flux Projects announces We Are Djeli’s musical contribution to Remembrance as Resistance: Preserving Black Narratives, Charmaine Minniefield’s highly anticipated project in Historic Oakland Cemetery.  Recording at First Congregational Church, critically acclaimed duo Malesha Jessie Taylor and Salah Ananse, collectively known as We Are Djeli, have created a soundtrack that expands on the Black Church traditional [...]

Chattahoochee River to Become Atlanta’s New Time Standard

Jonathon Keats – world-renowned conceptual artist, experimental philosopher and writer - today announced his plans to introduce a new form of time-keeping to the Atlanta metropolitan area that is based on the flow of the City’s hidden waterways.  He plans to create a new municipal clock for Atlanta that will speed up and slow down [...]

Charmaine Minniefield’s “Remembrance as Resistance” Installed After Pandemic Postponement

On Saturday, June 19, in commemoration of Juneteenth, Flux Projects will present Charmaine Minniefield’s Remembrance as Resistance: Preserving Black Narratives in its entirety. Honoring recently discovered unmarked graves in the African American Burial Grounds of Atlanta’s Historic Oakland Cemetery, Remembrance as Resistance was intended to be an in-person event last year. Postponed for the pandemic, [...]

FCAC’s Virtual Arts Initiative to Fund New Flux Project

Flux Projects announces Here Song, an interactive music project by Cannupa Hanska Luger and Ginger Dunnill that will allow users to scan the natural landscapes around them to generate a unique sound composition based on movements in the land.  The project is made possible by Fulton County Arts & Culture's new Virtual Arts Initiative. The [...]

Flux Projects awarded grant from Fulton County Arts

Flux Projects is honored to receive continued funding from Fulton County Department of Arts & Culture through it Contracts for Services (CFS) for our 2020 year of programs. The Fulton County Arts Council was established in 1979 by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners to ensure all citizens' access to the arts. They accomplish this [...]

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