• Film still from Stansell's "Over the Bent World" showing children on a lake bank with a campfire in the foreground
  • Project title page, "Time I Had Some Time Alone," Micro-Memoirs of a Quarantine, by Anne Corbitt
  • Dancer Raianna Brown poised to being dancing, feet spread and arms outstretched to the side
  • Film still showing trees of a forest in a rain storm

Virtual Arts Series


September 13 - December 31

Public Projects by Atlanta artists for the Virtual Realm

Featuring work by: Anne Corbitt, William Downs, Okorie “Okcello” Johnson, Komansé Dance Theater, MEPTIK, Kirstin Mitchell, Sara Santamaria, Micah Stansell, Whitney Stansell

Through the Virtual Arts Series, Flux Projects commissions works specifically for the virtual realm by Atlanta artists from a variety of disciplines. Featuring video, music, dance, animation, and the written word, the projects range from exploring the artists’ experiences and emotions during quarantine, to the boundaries of cross-cultural identities, the global impact of the virus, and our shared humanity.

For ten years Flux Projects has produced temporary public art projects that connect and grow artists and audiences in Atlanta through the creative power of place. The Virtual Arts Series was launched when COVID-19 began restricting our ability to gather publicly. Initially planned as a six-week initiative, the series has been extended into the foreseeable future.

Micah & Whitney Stansell, “Over the Bent World” / more

Okorie “Okcello” Johnson, “Stir Crazy” / more

Anne Corbitt, “Time I Had Some Time Alone” / more

MEPTIK, “Rhythm of a Virus” / more

Komansé Dance Theater, “rev•er•ie” / more

Sara Santamaria, “Shifting Boundaries” / more

Kirstin Mitchell, “Wildin” / more

William Downs, “Exploring a New Adventure,” the first in a series of three animations / more

William Downs, “William Downs Adventures 2/3,” the second in a series of three animations / more

William Downs, “Downs Adventure Number 3,” the third in a series of three animations / more

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