Thursday, January 24 2013

Conversation/Workshop

Death Match on Arts Funding: Follow the $$$$

Flux Factory and No Longer Empty join to present the last edition of Flux Death Match, a feisty debate series in which opinionated experts lay down their thoughts, and put their foot in their mouths over hot button issues. Spontaneous quips, grisly "smackdowns," and a punishing fog machine are the name of the game. But in true action fashion, the final blow comes from the audience.  

Steve Lambert, visual artist and co-founder of Center for Artistic Activism; Alexis Clements, writer and current fellow at Cultural Strategies Initiative; and Deborah Fisher, Executive Director of A Blade of Grass, will tangle over the art worlds' most scarce resource: CASH. Where should it come from? Who gets it? And what should they do with it?

The series is organized and moderated by Douglas Paulson and Christina Vassallo.

Flux Factory a non-profit art organization that supports and promotes emerging artists through exhibitions, commissions, residencies, and collaborative opportunities. 

 

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When: 8:00pm Thursday, January 24

Where: 29-27 41st Avenue, Queens

Subway:  Queens Plaza M, E, R

Queensboro Plaza N, Q and 7

 

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RSVP Related Exhibition:  How Much Do I Owe You?