New Beginnings by Peter Bugg | IN FLUX Cycle 2 | Tempe Public Art | Photo by Jesse Tallman
This Space Available by Christina Mesiti | IN FLUX Cycle 2 | Tempe Public Art | Photo by Jesse Tallman
Fear and Water (Lucid Dreaming by Logan Bellew | IN FLUX Cycle 2 | Scottsdale Public Art | Photo by Jesse Tallman
Drain by Craig Ransdich | IN FLUX Cycle 2 | Scottsdale Public Art | Photo by Jesse Tallman
Collective Energy by Saskia Jorda | IN FLUX Cycle 2 | Scottsdale Public Art | Photo by Jesse Tallman
The Grove by Erin V. Sotak | IN FLUX Cycle 2 | Scottsdale Public Art | Photo by Jesse Tallman
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New Beginnings by Peter Bugg | IN FLUX Cycle 2 | Tempe Public Art | Photo by Jesse Tallman
This Space Available by Christina Mesiti | IN FLUX Cycle 2 | Tempe Public Art | Photo by Jesse Tallman
Fear and Water (Lucid Dreaming by Logan Bellew | IN FLUX Cycle 2 | Scottsdale Public Art | Photo by Jesse Tallman
Drain by Craig Ransdich | IN FLUX Cycle 2 | Scottsdale Public Art | Photo by Jesse Tallman
Collective Energy by Saskia Jorda | IN FLUX Cycle 2 | Scottsdale Public Art | Photo by Jesse Tallman
The Grove by Erin V. Sotak | IN FLUX Cycle 2 | Scottsdale Public Art | Photo by Jesse Tallman

Cycle 3 Call to Artists

Request for Qualifications (RFQ) — IN FLUX Cycle 3


Deadline – Midnight MST (11p AZ time) October 26, 2012

Budget – Variable range of $4,000-$7,000

Eligibility – All Arizona Artists (individuals and collectives/groups/teams) including those who have previously completed an IN FLUX project.

 

APPLY & VIEW THE FULL CALL 

 

We are seeking Arizona-based artists/artist teams to submit qualifications to produce site-specific temporary installations for a variety of vacant spaces. Up to 16 installations will occur in 7 Valley cities starting December 2012.


IN FLUX Initiative Description and History

IN FLUX demonstrates a holistic approach to temporary public art projects through a showcase of local Arizona artists creating original site-specific artworks presented within the context of viewing the Valley as one community while providing artists with a unique opportunity to expand their skill-sets, showcase their creativity and garner public recognition for their work. IN FLUX offers new perspective on the connections between community organizations, local businesses, artists, and audiences.


Scottsdale Public Art launched the IN FLUX initiative in October 2010 to connect with and support local artists, merchants, and property owners—bringing renewed vitality to downtown Scottsdale through a series of multi-disciplinary temporary art installations in vacant storefronts. After a successful first year, IN FLUX returned spring 2012 for a second cycle featuring expanded programming and a ground-breaking partnership with Tempe Public Art to reach new audiences and artists throughout the Valley.

 

IN FLUX Cycle 3 brings together seven organizations representing seven Valley cities—Chandler, Glendale, Goodyear, Mesa, Phoenix, Scottsdale, and Tempe. This expanded strategic partnership increases the positive impact of this initiative on both our local communities and our Arizona artists.