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About Art In FLUX Harlem
Art In FLUX Harlem is a movement of artists appearing in Pop-Up art galleries featuring special events and creative collaborations with theatre, film, music & fashion industries. FLUX highlights and creates opportunity for artists living and/or working in Harlem, brings art into public spaces, creates a positive use for vacant retail locations & and stimulates a vibrant neighborhood merging art, commerce and community.
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EVENT

ART ENOLOGY


Dates:
Wed Dec 05, 2012 00:00 - Sun Jan 27, 2013

Location:
New York, New York
United States of America

ART ENOLOGY (Gallery Exhibit)
e·nol·o·gy also oe·nol·o·gy (-nl-j) n. In Art Enology artists draw from this history to transform wine bottles into visual artistic statements that simultaneously advance the aesthetic properties and possibilities of bottles; inspire a dialogue centered on historical and contemporary themes and concepts; and manifest environmental consciousness through the act of repurposing everyday material. These mixed medium works integrate wine bottles with a variety of predominantly found objects, photography, new media, performance art and more to intoxicate the creative palate.
Curator: Souleo, The Proletariat Curator
Exhibiting Artists: Al Johnson, Anina Banks, Antonio Alonso, Beau McCall, Bertille de Baudiniere, Charles O’Rear, Chompunutt Mayta, David Hollier, Dianne Smith, Giancarlo Colaianni, Greg Frederick, Janet Goldner, JaSon E. Auguste, Jeffrey Allen Price, Jeremiah Drake, Jerry Gant, Judy Richardson, Joshua DeMonte, June Miller of Jezebel & Toff, Kulture Krochet, Laura Gadson, Nina Boesch, Ryan Smith, Shantell Martin,


EVENT

WHALES SING, BONOBOS SIGN
(DISCUSSION)


Dates:
Sat Jan 19, 2013 14:00 - Sat Jan 19, 2013

Location:
New York, New York
United States of America

WHALES SING, BONOBOS SIGN
(DISCUSSION)
John R. Buck and Shane Savage-Rumbaugh


John and Shane will present their experiences with animal communication.

John studies how humpback whales, bottlenose dolphins and leopard seals
use sound to communicate underwater. He'll present examples of the graphical
techniques scientists use to visualize the sounds of these animals.
 Shane is a painter who grew up communicating with bonobos (chimps) using
lexigrams. He'll discuss
his experiences as a nonscientist interacting with bonobos, and how it
informs his
artistic practice. John teaches Electrical and Computer Engineering
at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth.
Shane teaches Studio Arts at Stonehill College.


EVENT

LOOK LIKE A COLLECTOR, DRINK LIKE A CONNOISSEUR (PANEL DISCUSSION)


Dates:
Sat Jan 12, 2013 13:00 - Sat Jan 12, 2013

Location:
New York, New York
United States of America

LOOK LIKE A COLLECTOR, DRINK LIKE A CONNOISSEUR (PANEL DISCUSSION)
Is Harlem a viable market for “luxury goods”? Does it take extensive experience and knowledge to label oneself an art collector or wine connoisseur or simply a strong intuitive sense and a comfort zone to enjoy both wine and art? Can’t anyone become a connoisseur? A panel of art and wine experts examine these two industries in relation to the Harlem market. This event will also include wine tastings courtesy of Simone International/Papi and Mouton Noir wines and an artist meet-and-greet.
Panelists:
Jenna Bond-Louden, EBONY.com art advisor, marketing & communications guru
Andre Mack, Founder of Mouton Noir Wines and winner of the Chaine des Rotisseurs Best Young Sommelier in America award
Eric White, manager of The Winery and wine specialist
Sponsored by: Papi Wines, Simeone International, Ebony.com, Cuisine Noir, The Winery


EVENT

SOUNDING IN TONGUES (SPOKEN WORD, BEATBOX, SCAT)


Dates:
Fri Jan 11, 2013 18:00 - Fri Jan 11, 2013

Location:
New York, New York
United States of America

SOUNDING IN TONGUES (SPOKEN WORD, BEATBOX, SCAT)
6:30: It’s A
Arleen Schloss, performance
7:00 Sounding in Tongues
Goussy Celestin and Adam Matta
Wordless song and beatbox improvisations in response to the artwork in Speaking in Tongues


EVENT

TEONAHT, ACCESS TO THE WORLD OF IMAGINARY LANGUAGE (DISCUSSION)


Dates:
Sat Jan 05, 2013 14:00 - Sat Jan 05, 2013

Location:
New York, New York
United States of America

TEONAHT, ACCESS TO THE WORLD OF IMAGINARY LANGUAGE (DISCUSSION)
Sally Caves - fantasy writer, author of teleplays (notably "Hollow Pursuits" for Star Trek; TNG), conlanger, and Professor of English at the University of Rochester - will talk about the art of constructing an imaginary language, highlighting some of the notable language inventors few have heard of outside of Tolkien, as well as her lifelong invention: Teonaht. As Sarah Higley, her “real” name, she is the author of Hildegard of Bingen’s Unknown Language (New York: Palgrave-Macmillan, 2007).