This month Atlanta’s own Creatives Project and the Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs have put out calls for artists.
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Flux Projects’s annual one-night takeover of Castleberry Hill, also known as FLUX, transforms the neighborhood into a teaming exhibition (click here to read BURNAWAY’s review). Eager viewers hurry from one area to the next to experience a range of temporary installations, performances, parades, dance, multimedia, and anything else an artist can manage to convince Flux [...]
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On Friday, September 30, 2011, Flux Projects is once again starting the next few months of Atlanta’s artistic endeavors with its FLUX event, a sprawling outdoor experimental art exhibit in Castleberry Hill (click here for BURNAWAY’s review of FLUX 2010). Now settled as a firm fixture for temporary art in Atlanta, Flux Projects announced itself [...]