Announcement, Events and Exhibitions, Member News

Flux Factory Presents “Tongue Tide”

Long Island City Flux Factory is pleased to present its next 2017 Major Exhibition, Tongue Tide, opening Thursday, July 6 from 6-9PM. The exhibition will be on view through Sunday, July 30 with gallery hours on Saturdays & Sundays from 1-6PM, and by appointment. Inspired by Flux Factory’s location in Queens, NY — the most language-dense area in the world– Tongue Tide explores the multitude of ways in which artists engage with language, addressing both its tide-like ebb and flow as well as its limitations. Investigating the ways in which we experience, use and understand words, the projects will take…

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Fermenting at Flux: Live and Active Cultures (Part 3)

Presented by Christina Freeman, Flux Factory artist-in-residence and Visiting Assistant Professor, Haverford College Over the course of my residency at Flux Factory in Long Island City, New York, I am recording a series of studio visits with other artists-in-residence (aka Fluxers), as well as outside artists collaborating with Flux for its various public programs. Through its studio residency program, Flux Factory supports approximately 30 emerging artists each year from a range of creative disciplines and international locations. Flux commissions new work through quarterly exhibitions, and residents produce public events at a prolific pace. For this interview, Christina invited Caitlin Foley…

Call for Entries, Call For Papers

Open Call: Tongue Tide at Flux Factory

Inspired by the location in Queens, NY, Tongue Tide invites creative practitioners, artists, performers, researchers, and educators to submit proposals for new artworks, workshops, and performances with the subject matter of language. Tongue Tide is one of Flux’s major 2017 exhibitions and is curated by Emireth Herrera and Christina Freeman. Deadline is March 30th  Submission instructions below Exhibition dates : July 3rd to August 2nd, 2017 According to the 2015 census, half of all New Yorkers speak a language other than English at home and over 200 languages are spoken across New York City. Including speakers of endangered languages, the number is closer to…

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#CrisisPedagogy

HOW TO TEACH ART AND ART HISTORY UNDER CONDITIONS OF CRISIS? Teaching Resource Sharing Party Friday, February 17, 7-10pm e-flux, 311 E Broadway (accessible by B,D,F,J,M,Z trains) Bring your data! Flash drives, JPGs, PDFs, PPTs, lesson plans, syllabi, etc., or send files to crisispedagogy@gmail.com. Drinks and bites will be provided; additional contributions are welcome. Sponsored by the Society of Contemporary Art Historians, Sense of Emergency, Art History That, Association for Latin American Art, Association of Historians of American Art, the European Postwar and Contemporary Art Forum, Material Collective, New Media Caucus, Queer Caucus for Art, US Latinx Art Forum, Visual…

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The Artery Enters into Special Artistic Collaboration with Award Winning Video Artist Ronen Sharabani

New York, NY, December 6, 2016 – Renowned Art + Technology company The Artery, which is actively expanding its award winning talent base by seeking the most talented digital artists in the world, has established a special artistic collaboration with acclaimed Video Artist Ronen Sharabani, a 2006 Cannes Gold Lion Prize winner. Vico Sharabani, The Artery’s Founder and Creative Director, as well as a brother of Ronen Sharabani, made the announcement. This new collaboration between The Artery and Sharabani has been designed for two purposes: To develop and present innovative and original Video Content to museums, art galleries, and other…

Academic Position, Position

Assistant Professor of Creative Arts and Technologies at SUNY Polytechnic Institute

The Department of Communication and Humanities, College of Arts and Sciences at SUNY Polytechnic Institute seeks to hire an Assistant Professor whose research and practice addresses the intersections between the creative arts and technologies. The preferred candidate will be able to work at the levels of theory and practice, integrating insights and applications in the arts, humanities, and technologies to engage students to become creative thinkers, practitioners, and problem-solvers. The successful applicant will develop and teach a range of undergraduate and graduate courses that encourage students to explore and develop their creative, aesthetic, and technical abilities and that contribute to…

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Fermenting at Flux: Live and Active Cultures (Part 2)

Presented by Christina Freeman, Flux Factory artist-in-residence Over the course of my 5-month residency at Flux Factory in Long Island City, New York, I am recording a series of studio visits with other artists-in-residence (aka Fluxers), as well as outside artists collaborating with Flux for its various public programs. Through its studio residency program, Flux Factory supports approximately 30 emerging artists each year from a range of creative disciplines and international locations. Flux commissions new work through quarterly exhibitions, and residents produce public events at a prolific pace. For this interview, I invited Maya Jeffereis to talk about her current…

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Fermenting at Flux: Live & Active Cultures (Part 1)

Presented by Christina Freeman, Flux Factory artist-in-residence Over the course of my 5-month residency at Flux Factory I will be recording a series of studio visits with other artists-in-residence (aka Fluxers). Through its studio residency program in Long Island City, NY, Flux Factory supports approximately 30 emerging artists each year from a range of creative disciplines and international locations. Flux commissions new work through quarterly exhibitions, and residents produce public events at a prolific pace.  The next exhibition opening on July 20th in Flux’s gallery is “Thinking Like a Machine,” by Niki Passath. Interview with Niki Passath   C: Tell…

Call for Entries

Call for Applications to The Art & Law Program

Applications are now open for the Fall 2016 session of the Art & Law Program in New York City. Information about the Art & Law Program is available here: http://www.artlawprogram.com/new-page/ Applications are accepted online here: http://www.artlawprogram.com/new-page-1/ Fellows of The Program meet once a week for a 3-hour seminar to discuss readings and visual materials with the Director of the Program, Sergio Muñoz Sarmiento, curator/art historian and Associate Director of the Program, Lauren van Haaften-Schick, and/or with a guest seminar leader. There is an emphasis on the close analysis of legal cases, texts and materials. Through this examination of legal structures…