Flux Arts Building Activities

Flux Arts Building Activities


The artists at the Flux Arts Building aren’t going to let a little construction on Lowry Avenue stop them from having a super fun Art A Whirl this year!  The owner occupant businesses, Clay Squared and Potek Glass have just expanded into more of the building and their spaces will be welcoming visitors to do hands-on activities of sculpting with clay and fusing glass.   Plus they have welcomed 14 guest artists into their space including painters, mosaic artist, doll maker, fiber artist and more!  

In addition to all this the new upstairs tenants is the arts organization “Art to Change the World” where you can pick up a passport to participate in their new program “Passports on Parade”.  Gather 10 or more stamps to be entered to win $500 worth of art from one of the 18 participating artists. 

The building will be bursting with family friendly activities including: 

Polymer clay sculptures with Layl McDill
Suncatchers with Amy Sysaath
Weaving with Dove and Jess
“Make a World” fiber art with Erika Mock
“Postcards with a Purpose” with Juanita Tatum
Fused glass magnet with Potek Glass 
Tiny Watercolors with Rebecca David
Paint your own patch with Andy Landy-Modesitt
Miniature Collage with Karlyn Adkinson-Berge
Die cut card making with Art to Change the World
Found Object Collage demo with Judy Sell
Live painting by Ruex

Most activities will be available thoughout all three days of Art A Whirl

Friday May 17th 5:00 to 10:00

Saturday May 18th 12:00 to 8:00

Sunday May 19th 12:00 to 5:00

Activities are either free or for a small fee.  For more information on all these activities check the Flux Arts Building listings on the NEMAA website: https://nemaa.org/art-a-whirl/activities/?filter-site=flux-arts-building

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