IN FLUX

logoThis innovative multi-city program was launched in 2010 as an initiative for temporary, site-specific installations in vacant spaces. IN FLUX demonstrates a holistic approach to temporary public art projects through a showcase of installations by local Arizona artists. These dynamic projects offer new perspective on the connections between community organizations, local businesses, artists and audiences. IN FLUX provides a unique opportunity for artists to expand their skill-sets, innovatively apply their creativity, and garner public recognition for their work.   Learn more

The IN FLUX Initiative earned Valley Forward Environmental Excellence Awards in 2012 for
Art in Public Places and Livable Communities/Adaptive Reuse
       
 

Cycle 5



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Cycle 4



Creech.Donohoe 2 Colleen Donohoe &
Madison Creech
to meet together in one place,
2013​
Tempe Marketplace
Photo: Sean Deckert
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Lewis 2 Nathaniel Lewis
Big Head Day, 2014
University House
Photo: Sean Deckert
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Cycle 3



Cycle Ops by Pete Goldlust Pete Goldlust
Cycle Ops, 2013
Tempe Transportation Center
Photo: Dayvid LeMmon
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Mind Forest by Christy Puetz Christy Puetz
Mind Forest, 2013
Tempe Center for the Arts
Photo: Dayvid LeMmon
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Cycle 2



Peter Bugg Peter Bugg
New Beginnings, 2012
Brickyard on Mill
Photo: Jesse Tallman
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Todd Ingalls & Mary Neubauer Todd Ingalls & Mary Neubauer
Monsoon Nights, 2012
Brickyard on Mill
Photo: Jesse Tallman
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Christina Mesiti Christina Mesiti
This Space Available, 2012
Brickyard on Mill
Photo: Jesse Tallman
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