ABOUT IN FLUX

"Memory Room", by Rachel Bowditch
"Memory Room" by Rachel Bowditch | IN FLUX Cycle 3 | photo by Dayvid LeMmon

Art Intersects Community Spaces

IN FLUX brings together art, economic development, and property management organizations throughout the greater Phoenix area.

IN FLUX provides opportunities for Arizona artists to create site-specific temporary public art installations in a wide variety of locations.

IN FLUX utilizes a holistic approach to temporary public art projects through a showcase of Arizona artists presented within the context of viewing the Valley as one community. IN FLUX provides unique project opportunities for artists to expand their skills, innovatively apply their creativity, and garner public recognition for their work. IN FLUX offers new perspective on the connections between community organizations, city governments, local businesses, artists, and audiences.

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History of IN FLUX

Partnership

A strategic partnership of six organizations in Chandler, Gilbert, Peoria, Phoenix, Scottsdale, and Tempe was launched by Scottsdale Public Art in 2010 as an initiative for temporary installations in vacant storefronts.

Growth

The initiative has continued to expand and gain momentum since its inception, increasing its positive impact on our local communities and our Arizona artists.

Engagement

IN FLUX cycles begin each April with a call to artists. If you are interested in becoming an IN FLUX partnering organization, please contact info@influxaz.com.
"Desert Playa" by Danielle Wood
"Desert Playa" by Danielle Wood | IN FLUX Cycle 6 | photo by Lisa Olson

Partner Organizations

Live the art. Love the place. The mission of Scottsdale Public Art is to serve as a leader in defining art in the public realm through creative place-making, signature cultural events, exhibitions, and installations — contributing to the community’s creative, cultural, and economic vitality.

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Tempe Public Art aspires to cultivate a unique community identity that advances Tempe as a vibrant and progressive destination.

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The Office of Arts and Culture in Phoenix, Arizona, was established to create a more beautiful and vibrant city, and in 1986 set up a Public Art Program to allocate one percent of the city’s Capital Improvement Program to public art.

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Public art displays are an expression of a city’s commitment to foster cultural and artistic identity. Peoria is proud of our diverse, relevant and accessible public art on display throughout our city.

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The City of Glendale is committed to an Art Program that brings meaningful art to the community and celebrates both diversity and commonality in Glendale.

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The Chandler Arts Commission recommends and advises the City Council, City Manager, and staff on the design, execution, and placement of works of art.

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