Flux Factory

Flux Factory An artists collective and residency program specializing in innovation in things since 1994.

Seed MeditationApril 12th – 21st, 202410 day endurance performanceWashington Square Park, New York.A meditation everyday...
04/11/2024

Seed Meditation
April 12th – 21st, 2024
10 day endurance performance
Washington Square Park, New York.

A meditation everyday
from sunrise to sunset,
with a seed in palm,
holding for the duration
it takes to germinate.

In a powerful act of human connection to the natural world, Flux Factory artist will cradle a living seed in their palm for the ten days the seed takes to germinate. “Seed Meditation” honors the intricate web of support necessary for life itself. The performance will take place from April 12th-April 21st from sunrise to sunset each day, at various locations throughout Washington Square Park. Join Jemila throughout the performance and follow along through

“I think the spirit of protest has always been about a public declaration of hope in defiance of forces that extinguish life and freedoms. I have always been inspired by the creative ways that people perform peaceful acts of protest, striving for what is necessary, with patience and restraint.” Jemila MacEwan

THINGS I'VE SEENduo show byCatarina Real and Gonçalo DuarteClosing event - 16 NOV 9-11pm performance by Diogo Neto  Cata...
11/14/2023

THINGS I'VE SEEN

duo show by
Catarina Real and Gonçalo Duarte

Closing event - 16 NOV 9-11pm
performance by Diogo Neto


Catarina Real
www.catarinareal.xyz


Catarina Real (Barcelos, 1992) works in the intersection between artistic practice and theoretical research in the expanded fields of painting, writing and choreography, mostly in long-term collaborative projects that address the question of how we can live better collectively. She is a PhD student at the Center for Humanistic Studies at the University of Minho with a research that crosses art, love and capital. Currently in residence at Residency Unlimited, developing Color Therapy project, a practice applied between color theory, postal art and choreographic intuition. She maintains a commentary practice - in the form of reflection texts, introductory texts to exhibitions, interviews and moderation of conversations - to the works and processes carried out by artists in her generational range, with the intention of contributing to a healthy environment of criticism and collective and communitarian creation.

Gonçalo Duarte
www.goncalo-duarte.com

Gonçalo Duarte (Setúbal, 1990) works mainly with drawing and comics, having published work with Chili com Carne and Kus! among others. He is a screen printer and has printed work by artists such as Alexandre Estrela, Carlos Gaspar and Teresa Arega. He founded Edições da Ruína in 2021, whose editions mostly use screen printing, and has published artists such as Filipa Cordeiro, Miguel Abreu and Rudi Brito. He regularly collaborates with other artists and collectives on publishing projects, art residencies and exhibitions. Among them, recurring collaborations include the ARARA collective, Pedro Nora and Catarina Real.

THINGS I'VE SEENCatarina Real and Gonçalo Duarte02 NOV - 18 NOVOpening reception - 02 NOV 18-20hClosing event - 18 NOV -...
10/25/2023

THINGS I'VE SEEN
Catarina Real and Gonçalo Duarte
02 NOV - 18 NOV
Opening reception - 02 NOV 18-20h
Closing event - 18 NOV - 18-20h

THINGS I'VE SEEN is a duo show from Catarina Real and Gonçalo Duarte.
The constant imagery that surrounds us, and the overwhelming visual experiences in our daily life, are reflected into the sucessive imagetic upcycling in art production. Catarina and Gonçalo make use of this flow of images, remixing stolen images from other artists, representations of other artists' works and visual experiences influenced by their New York experience. This recycling of images and constant daily reflection on them establishes a critical relation between intellectual property and communal sharing.
The two portuguese artists will be presenting prints, drawings, paintings and books.

Catarina Real
www.catarinareal.xyz


Gonçalo Duarte
www.goncalo-duarte.com


Edições da Ruína
www.edicoesdaruina.com


Catarina and Gonçalo run a micro publishing house, Edições da Ruína, that publishes books and tapes and makes use of silkscreen technique as a motto for all the editions.

Opening reception and closing event will count with a small fair with editions from Catarina, Gonçalo and Edições da Ruína, at affordable prices. Bring cash or use paypal!

The Epileptic Eye Exhibition  SPECIAL SCREENINGS + ARTISTS TALK - 3PMOctober 13, 14, 15thOctober 20, 21, 22ndOctober 28 ...
10/12/2023

The Epileptic Eye Exhibition
SPECIAL SCREENINGS + ARTISTS TALK - 3PM
October 13, 14, 15th
October 20, 21, 22nd
October 28 & 29th

SHARED AUDIENCE: October 21st :)
Super exhibition combo with ORNAPHONISM exhibition opening

Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday starting October 13th until October 31st.
Come for a full screening of the films + Super 8 goodies. You'll share a conversation about filmmaking, photography, art making in general and of course epilepsy with Malo, curator of this show.

Films in Screening Order:
This Little Light Of Mine (2021)
- Malo Sutra Fish
On an Island, A Lighthouse (2018) - Cintamani Calise
Foreign Ages (2021) - Sally Cinnamon
Scum Show - OSEES (2022) - Malo Sutra Fish
Pale Blue Eyes - The Kills (2012) - Sally Cinnamon + Maia Lee-Thomas (Editor assistant)



10/12/2023
Save the dates!Ornaphonism, an exhibition and performance series around Sound and Sculpture, is coming up soon!More info...
09/27/2023

Save the dates!

Ornaphonism, an exhibition and performance series around Sound and Sculpture, is coming up soon!

More info to come, but save the dates!

October 18-31
Opening and Performance Series
Saturday, October 21
1-5pm

Open Gallery Hours
Tuesday -Sunday
1-5:30pm

Join US

Exhibition opens this Saturday! Dirty Signs at the Flux House on Governors Island from September 23 - October 1 with Thi...
09/18/2023

Exhibition opens this Saturday! Dirty Signs at the Flux House on Governors Island from September 23 - October 1 with Think Tank activities and artist reception on Saturday, September 30 from 1-5pm. 

Even though dirt is where our food comes from, is where our bodies get buried when we die, and is literally everywhere we go, it is not represented yet in the emoji universe. Somehow we have emojis for unicorns, pufferfish, poodles and Santa Claus, but not dirt! Dirty Time is planning to try to correct this oversight and will be submitting a proposal for a dirt emoji to the Unicode foundation in 2024. 

Dirty Signs is an exhibition of international artist responses to the idea of emojifying dirt, featuring works by B a r b a r a Schneider, Daniel S. DeLuca, Ed Woodham, Gustavo Gómez-Mejía, IPRAMENE, Lee Tusman, Liz Nofziger, M Greenwald, Maia Liebeskind, Noelle Salaun, Renée Crowley, Sarah Dahlinger and Vidya Giri in 2D, 3D and 4D formats. Dirty Time will also be collecting visitor suggestions for a potential dirt emoji through a “think tank” installation within the exhibition, and several participatory activities on September 30.

Dirty Signs runs from September 23 - October 1 2023, with a rousing closing event including live performances by Sarah Dahlinger and Ed Woodham for the exhibition on September 30 from 1-5pm.

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This Saturday from 2-5pm, as part of Artists Formerly Known as Prints exhibition opening, Jonathan Sims will be at the F...
08/22/2023

This Saturday from 2-5pm, as part of Artists Formerly Known as Prints exhibition opening, Jonathan Sims will be at the Flux Island space sharing The Elements, a newly emerging and constantly evolving form of divination/fortune-telling. This cleromantic system uses dice to generate random numbers and translates them into universal themes, inviting participants to interact with abstract form, themselves, and each other.

Join us for August Flux Saturday!   August 26, 2023, 12-6 pmWanna explore the sounds and textures of Governor's Island? ...
08/20/2023

Join us for August Flux Saturday!
August 26, 2023, 12-6 pm

Wanna explore the sounds and textures of Governor's Island? Join Flux Factory at Colonel Row House 404A for Flux Saturday!

12-2 pm
-Vocal Workshop with Hand Motions led by DJ Yo Vinyl Richie

2-6 pm
-Plein-Air Printing and Found Sound Collage—explore the textures through the frottage technique while collecting sounds around the island in a scavenger hunt activity, then stick around for a group collage activity with our found materials!
-Drawing Jam—Draw to live music!
-Drawing Parlor Games and more!

Organized by DJ Yo Vinyl Richie and Cayla Lockwood

Island Luminaria opens this weekend! 🌚🌞Check out the exhibition and join workshops with  to make paper lanterns/luminari...
08/18/2023

Island Luminaria opens this weekend! 🌚🌞
Check out the exhibition and join workshops with to make paper lanterns/luminaries/shrines -every weekend leading up to the Flaming Creature Crawl, a night time luminary parade on Sunday September 3rd. Lanterns will be held depicting the flora, fauna and celestial bodies of Governors Island accompanied by quiet acoustic music. These events are free and open to the public.

Curated by

Poster by

✨Island Luminaria✨ opens next week  August 16 - September 6Colonels Row House 404AOpen hours: Fridays, Saturdays and Sun...
08/13/2023

✨Island Luminaria✨ opens next week

August 16 - September 6
Colonels Row House 404A
Open hours: Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays 12-5pm
Flaming Creature Crawl Parade: Sunday, September 3 dusk-10pm

Island Luminaria is a group art show composed of art that emits light and art depicting luminescent bodies (sun, moon, stars). Rooms within Colonels Row House 404A will have art categorically by room (projection room, celestial bodies painting and sculpture room, fluorescent art room, lamp art room, neon art room, etc).

Flaming Creature Crawl is a night time luminary parade. Lanterns will be held depicting the flora, fauna and celestial bodies of Governors Island accompanied by quiet acoustic music. This event is free and open to the public.

The Flaming Creature Crawl Parade is on Saturday, September 3rd from dusk - 10pm and starts and ends at the Flux house. There will be costume making workshops every weekend leading up to the parade at the house!

Island Luminaria is curated by Sally Beauti Twin . Inspired by a childhood of making Mardi Gras parades with family that snowballed from late night processions with collective art, music and flambeaus into citywide celebrations that have run for multiple decades….Sally Beauti Twin brings the first Flaming Creature Crawl to Governors Island thanks to Flux Factory. Sally Beauty Twin is a trans woman artist living in New York City. Her practice includes creation and curation of visual art, music, and theater. Hundreds of events she has curated can be seen at www.amphoranewyork.com. Her pictorial website is here: https://sallybeautitwin.cargo.site. Her art has recently been shown at Tomato Mouse Gallery, Spring/Break Art Fair, and Mizuma and Kips and her recent residencies have been at Flux Factory and LMCC. She received her arts education at Tulane University.

Artists Formerly Known as PrintsAugust 26-October 1, 2023Colonels Row House 404A, upstairs  Opening: Saturday, August 26...
08/08/2023

Artists Formerly Known as Prints
August 26-October 1, 2023
Colonels Row House 404A, upstairs
Opening: Saturday, August 26 12-6pm

Organized by

The idea for this show began with a group of artists who at some point considered themselves to be printmakers. As their practices have evolved to include conceptually driven multi-faceted projects and access to facilities have come and gone, their prints have often taken a back seat, tacked up in a corner or shoved away in a cardboard box. This exhibition is an opportunity to embrace the playful discoveries inherent in the printmaking process and showcase prints that these artists might not typically prioritize.

In printmaking, when an image is transferred from a matrix to a new surface (often paper) there is a suspenseful, yet magical moment of transformation and the artist lets go of control of the image giving it fully over to the process. For centuries artists have been producing prints, often editions of prints, that run parallel to their primary practices. Perhaps, this trusting of the process is part of what has drawn them to do so. Printmaking allows for a materially driven thought process which can generate imagery and ideas in a physical and freeing manner. A type of thinking which artists in the Flux community apply to all types of making. Artists Formerly Known as Prints celebrates these printmakerly works that often get brushed to the side.

Participating Artists:
Itala Aguilera
Amir Badawi
Maureen Catbagan
Abby Cheney
Sarah Dahlinger
Christina Freeman
Caitlin Foley
Louis Leung
Cayla Lockwood
Jemila MacEwan
Caitlin & Misha
Will Owen
Ethan Shoshan
Jonathan Sims
Tray Tsui
Sally Beauti Twin Roopa Vasudevan
Asya Yaschenko
Jevijoe Vitug

SUNDAY AUGUST 6THJoin us for our final weekend of Feralpy with exhibits, workshops, films and performances curated by Am...
07/31/2023

SUNDAY AUGUST 6TH

Join us for our final weekend of Feralpy with exhibits, workshops, films and performances curated by Amelia Heintzelman and Jemila MacEwan
Governors Island at Colonel's Row 404A
Feralpy runs from July 8th - August 6th

Sunday August 6th

WORKSHOPS
12-2pm Grace Woodard ‘Listening With’
2-4pm Nicole Mannarino ‘BIG FEEL DANCE’ .m.mannarino
4-6pm Sacha Vega ‘Bring Your Own Brat’

PERFORMANCES
Tree+Oyster
‘Get Nasty!’ceo
12pm, 12:45pm, 1:30pm, 2:15pm, 3pm, 3:45pm, 4:30pm, 5:15pm
Upstairs at 404 Colonels Row

Space for all in person programming is limited - register on our eventbrite pages

EXHIBITION
Center for Adult Swaddling
Cori Olinghouse
Christina Sadovnikov
Sim Sam Hafferty
Tasneem Lohani
Lee Tusman
Ari Elefterin
Jonathan Simms

See the link in our bio to register for workshops on our eventbrite page!

SUNDAY AUGUST 6THJoin us for our final weekend of Feralpy with exhibits, workshops, films and performances curated by Am...
07/31/2023

SUNDAY AUGUST 6TH
Join us for our final weekend of Feralpy with exhibits, workshops, films and performances curated by Amelia Heintzelman and Jemila MacEwan Governors Island at Colonel's Row 404A
Feralpy runs from July 8th - August 6th
Sunday August 5th
12-4pm Anahit Pogosian performs ‘3 Acts from Love’
15 minute performances happening every 20 minutes beginning at the old Theatre.
Limited audience capacity: sign up for a session on our eventbrite!
Film screenings upstairs at 404 Colonels Row 4pm-7pm
Katy McCarthy
Shiloah Symone Coley
Rebecca Patek - presented with accompanying performance
Double feature with conversation between: LZ Granderson
Nova Scott James
Exhibition Continue:
Center for Adult Swaddling Cori Olinghouse
Christina Sadovnikov
Sim Sam Hafferty Tasneem Lohani
Lee Tusman
Ari Elefterin
Jonathan Simms
See the link in our bio to register for workshops on our eventbrite page!

Weekend three of Feralpy!curated by Amelia Heintzelman  and Jemila MacEwan Governors Island at Colonel's Row 404A Saturd...
07/26/2023

Weekend three of Feralpy!
curated by Amelia Heintzelman and Jemila MacEwan
Governors Island at Colonel's Row 404A

Saturday July 29th
12-6pm Feel Like an Island Today? Freeform Drawing and Collage Workshop with Cayla Lockwood
12-6pm Doing Nothing Together with Hey There Kapplow
1-2pm, 3-4pm, 5-6pm How to Hold on While Letting Go Workshop with Jemma Rose Brown ._ma

Exhibition runs July 8th - August 6th and includes:
Center for Adult Swaddling
Cori Olinghouse
Christina Sadovnikov
Sim Sam Hafferty
Tasneem Lohani
Lee Tusman
Ari Elefterin
Jonathan Simms

All That Is Seen And UnseenAugust 19-September 10, 2023Colonels Row House 404A, upstairs,  Opening: Saturday, August 19t...
07/25/2023

All That Is Seen And Unseen
August 19-September 10, 2023

Colonels Row House 404A, upstairs,

Opening: Saturday, August 19th, 2-5pm
Artist Talk: Saturday, August 19th, 3pm
Exhibition Hours: Saturdays and Sundays, noon-5pm
For additional information: ameliamarzec.com

"All That Is Seen And Unseen," a solo art exhibition by Amelia Marzec at Flux Factory on Governors Island, opens Saturday August 19, 2pm-5pm. The exhibition presents a collection of objects on the topic of a "q***r technological Eastern European diaspora."

The installation includes: shrines that broadcast coming out stories over Family Radio Service; a typeface inspired by an AI's opinion of early Slavic writing systems; a sculpture that listens for military aircraft through a radio hidden in a folk art ceiling decoration; and digital photographs that depict the body in ritual garments from Pagan marriage and Catholic priesthood.

Software with imagery based on traditional papercuts, depicting women’s bodies, weapons, and pre-Christian symbols, will be shown. It will also be projected on church buildings and institutional architecture during the run of the show, in conjunction with the Island Luminaria exhibition.

Additionally, a virtual reality piece will be presented at Harvestworks. It is a walking simulator filled with impotent paper-doll tanks.

Amelia Marzec is a Brooklyn-based artist engaging with communications infrastructure to inform a speculative future. Her work has been exhibited at SIGGRAPH, MIT, ISEA (Canada), University of the Arts Helsinki (Finland), ONCE Foundation Contemporary Art Biennial (Spain), NODE Forum for Digital Arts Biennial (Germany), and is part of the Rhizome ArtBase. She was a resident at Eyebeam, Ox-Bow, and Harvestworks; a fellow at NYSCA/NYFA, A.I.R. Gallery, and Columbia University; a visiting artist at CalArts; and nominated for the World Technology Awards for Art. She holds an MFA in Design and Technology from Parsons, and a BFA from Mason Gross.



www.ameliamarzec.com

Join us for our second weekend of Feralpy live workshops and performances on  July 22nd and 23rd curated by Amelia Heint...
07/20/2023

Join us for our second weekend of Feralpy live workshops and performances on
July 22nd and 23rd
curated by Amelia Heintzelman and Jemila MacEwan
Governors Island at Colonel's Row 404A
Feralpy runs from July 8th - August 6th
👽
Saturday July 22nd
12-6pm 👹Transformation Masks with Tyler Kline and Megan Bridge -kline_9
11-5pm 🐏Watching Sheep Workshop with Hannah Lutz Winkler
12-2pm 👐🏼Touch Study Workshop with Leah Fournier
1-6pm
Performances with:
Jennifer Pyron Jemila MacEwan and Jack Helfrich
Riven Ratanavanh
Ülkü Çağlayan
Rebecca KellyG
🏝️
Sunday July 23rd
2-6pm Group as a Whole Workshop with Julia Gladstone
👁️
See the link in our bio to register for workshops on our eventbrite page!

Exhibition Continues:
Center for Adult Swaddling Cori Olinghouse
Christina Sadovnikov
Sim Sam Hafferty Tasneem Lohani
Lee Tusman
Ari Elefterin
Jonathan Simms
See the link in our bio to register for workshops on our eventbrite page!

OPEN CALL!Deadline August 18By Dirty Time collab   Emoji Thinktank on Governors Island September 2023 - Submit by August...
07/19/2023

OPEN CALL!
Deadline August 18
By Dirty Time collab

Emoji Thinktank on Governors Island September 2023 - Submit by August 18!

Right now, at this moment, wherever you are reading this message, there is dirt under your fingernails, smudged on your phone screen, or trapped behind your laptop keyboard. There's dirt on the dishes in your sink, on the subway tracks you're waiting next to while you read this, or several stories below where you are, packed down hard beneath a building's foundation.

It doesn't really matter where it is, you know it's there. Can you see it or imagine what it looks like in your head? If you can, go ahead right now and jot down what you imagine the nearest dirt to you looks like. Draw it, make a few notes, photograph it. Whatever. We'll wait.

Ok, now guess where there isn't any dirt? Dirt isn't in your phone's emoji catalog!!

Even though dirt is where our food comes from, where our bodies get buried when we die, and is literally everywhere we go, it is not represented yet in the emoji universe! We have emojis for unicorns, pufferfish, poodles and Santa Claus, but not dirt. Dirty Time is planning to try to correct this oversight and will be submitting a proposal for a dirt emoji to the Unicode foundation in 2024. But we need your dirty ideas! What should the dirt emoji be??

Until August 18, 2023, we're accepting dirt emoji proposals in any format (digital, analog, 2d, 3d or 4d, performative, etc.) and plan to exhibit them on Governor's Island from September 16 - 30th. We'll have a rousing closing party for the exhibition on the last day and award state fair/science fair style "ribbons" to proposals in multiple categories, host live emoji case-making, and do public UX testing of some of the crowd favorites through our Emoji Think Tank.

Here's a slightly a corny video that gives some more background on this project: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sJabKCrWBnA

And here's where you can apply: https://forms.gle/NdJh2QdoGWxPuuTj

We can't wait to see your ideas!

Up next at Flux Island!Feralpy July 8th-August 6thColonels Row House 404A 12-6pm Friday-SundayFeralpy is a month-long pr...
06/28/2023

Up next at Flux Island!
Feralpy
July 8th-August 6th
Colonels Row House 404A

12-6pm Friday-Sunday

Feralpy is a month-long program curated by Jemila MacEwan and Amelia Heintzelman
sharing the diverse practices of 40 artists through workshops, performances, film screenings, durational experiences and installations. This program unearths the myriad of ways that artists' creative processes often serve as a therapeutic or healing practice for the artist, their community or society.

As a matter of personal and creative survival, these experimental forms of therapy are often born out of a need for distinct creative methods for working through the specific challenges of neuro-divergency, trauma, high-sensitivity, q***rness and alienation which are common experiences for artists. These forms of therapy are rarely commodified in the wellness industrial complex and thus are invisible and inaccessible to many. In Feralpy we get curious about these free-range healing practices and invite artists to share them with a wider audience in an accessible, stigma-free, and donation-based format.

Participating artists:

Installations:
Center for Adult Swaddling
Cori Olinghouse
Christina Sadovnikov
Sim Sam Hafferty
Tasneem Lohani
Lee Tusman
Ari Elefterin
Jonathan Simms

Workshops:
Jonathan Matthews
Jemma Brown
Laurel Atwell
Cayla Lockwood
Skye Fort + Liz Ensz
Julia Gladstone
Grace Woodard
Nicole Mannarino
Sacha Vega
Ari Elefterin
Leah Fournier
Hannah Lutz Winkler

Experiences:
Madam Starlight
Tyler Kline
Heather Kapplow
Tree+Oyster
Anahit Pogosian

Performances:
Jennifer Pyron
Jack Helfrich + Jemila MacEwan
Riven Ratanavanh
Rebecca Kelly
Amelia Marzec
Ella Wasserman
Ülkü Çağlayan

Films:
Katy McCarthy
Shiloah Symone Coley
Rebecca Patek
LZ Granderson
Nova Scott James

June Flux Saturday - June 24, 11am-5pm🌞For June Flux Saturday 2023  and .washburn will be creating 'Tangled Vines', a co...
06/20/2023

June Flux Saturday - June 24, 11am-5pm🌞

For June Flux Saturday 2023 and .washburn will be creating 'Tangled Vines', a collaborative installation at the Flux Factory house on 🏝️🌱🌿

Come by 404A Colonels Row on Governors Island anytime from 11am-5pm this Saturday to join them in creating a large-scale installation made from recycled and found materials. The work will start inside the house, expanding throughout the rooms, through windows and onto the front lawn. There will be materials available to work with, or bring your own materials/objects to add to the installation!

This event is free and open to the public.

May Flux Saturday- May 27!Picnic & karaoke 🎂🎤Join us for our first Flux Saturday to celebrate the 2023 season as an Orga...
05/16/2023

May Flux Saturday- May 27!
Picnic & karaoke 🎂🎤

Join us for our first Flux Saturday to celebrate the 2023 season as an Organization-in Residence

There will be cake, karaoke, and island vibes. Feel free to bring something to share! 🧺🏝️

Picnic 12-3pm (front lawn)
Karaoke 4-9pm (indoors)
Colonels Row House 404A
Governors Island

Move in crew 2023!We built a house, come check it out! 🧱Thanks to     for moving in our stuff &  for helping load the tr...
04/28/2023

Move in crew 2023!
We built a house, come check it out! 🧱

Thanks to for moving in our stuff & for helping load the truck!
⚓️

Thank you for supporting Flux Factory !!The first Flux Factory community gala since 2019 was organized at the Clemente C...
04/06/2023

Thank you for supporting Flux Factory !!

The first Flux Factory community gala since 2019 was organized at the Clemente Center’s Flamboyán Theater on March 29, 2023.

The proceeds from the big night supported our free public exhibitions and affordable artist-in-residency.

The event included a DJ set by Vinyl Richie, a light installation by Chromadetic and live performance by Poncili Creación.

Open bar courtesy of Braven Brewing Company, Grapevine Distributors, Keg & Lantern, M. Wells, Radiant Pig Beer, Sanzo, Uni Brand Group, and Urban Market of LIC and catering courtesy of Little Chef Little Cafe.

Flux Factory Benefit Gala

What an incredible night! That was FUN FUN FUN. Thank you to our amazing supporters, volunteers, our wonderful board of ...
03/30/2023

What an incredible night! That was FUN FUN FUN. Thank you to our amazing supporters, volunteers, our wonderful board of directors, beloved friends, Fluxers near and far, and the brilliant folks at the Clemente Center for this smash hit of an evening!

Our guest of honor David Picket speechifying with Flux ED Nat Roe. We’re thrilled to build our new venue with you!
03/29/2023

Our guest of honor David Picket speechifying with Flux ED Nat Roe. We’re thrilled to build our new venue with you!

“Thanks to our sponsors!” - David Bowie
03/29/2023

“Thanks to our sponsors!” - David Bowie

We’re here! Celebrating all things Fluxie at our Benefit Gala tonight.
03/29/2023

We’re here! Celebrating all things Fluxie at our Benefit Gala tonight.

Don’t miss the greatest event today!!FLUX FACTORY BENEFIT GALA starts today at 6 PM 🔥🥂Great Thanks to our F&B partners f...
03/29/2023

Don’t miss the greatest event today!!

FLUX FACTORY BENEFIT GALA starts today at 6 PM 🔥🥂

Great Thanks to our F&B partners for your support of making our Gala Night really special:

🍻 Braven Brewing Company
🍷 Grapevine Distributors
🍺 Keg & Lantern Brewing Southside
🧁 Little Chef Little Cafe
🥗 M. Wells
🐖 Radiant Pig
💧 Sanzo
🎨 Uni Brand Group
🌿 UrbanMarket

Last chance to buy RAFFLE TICKETS for the Flux Factory Benefit GALA NIGHT - - -> go.rallyup.com/fluxgala

Buy RAFFLE TICKETS today as the only few days left till the Flux Factory Benefit GALA NIGHT - - -> go.rallyup.com/fluxga...
03/27/2023

Buy RAFFLE TICKETS today as the only few days left till the Flux Factory Benefit GALA NIGHT - - -> go.rallyup.com/fluxgala

Great thanks to our amazing partners:

🍊 Orangetheory Fitness Tempe
🌿 Quintessential Therapy
💪🏼 Strength City
☕️ Sweetleaf Coffee Roasters
🍻 Woodbines

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