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Scottsdale and Tempe's IN FLUX Coffee Talks for Prospective Artists

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If you're looking to toss your creative hat (and ideas) into the second cycle IN FLUX, Tuesday's the time to ask questions. 

Scottsdale and Tempe IN FLUX Project Managers Kirstin Van Cleef and Maja Aurora will host a coffee talk about the public art projects that aim to activate empty storefronts along Scottsdale's Marshall Way and Tempe's Mill Avenue, as well as bring temporary installations to the Scottsdale Public Library and the Scottsdale Waterfront. 

The two released project details last week and announced that they will be looking for submissions from emerging and established local artists for a variety of installations by individuals and collaborative groups. 

This coming Tuesday, November 29, the two will be available to answer questions and look at potential submissions from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at NCounter on Mill Avenue.

If you can't make this coffee talk, Van Cleef says another Q&A session is scheduled on December 15 from 4 to 6 p.m. at Cartel in Scottsdale. (And if you're unable to attend either date, you can email the two at INFLUXAZ@gmail.com.) 

Project details and requirements are available here. All attending artists will be seen on a first-come basis. Van Cleef and Aurora ask that you bring draft submittal materials and questions. 

Check out more information about the session here.

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