2015 Festival Guide

Sheila Pree Bright
© Sheila Pree Bright
Flux Night 2015: Dream
Old Fourth Ward
Featuring work by: Courtesy the Artists, Aaron Gach, Chris Johnson, Otabenga Jones & Associates, Yoko Ono, Sheila Pree Bright, Pedro Reyes, Byette Ross Smith, Kamal Sinclair, Jennifer Wen Ma, Hank Willis Thomas

Exhibition Oct 3 7- 12am POSTPONED to Nov. 7th

Flux Projects's annual one-night public art celebration moves to the Old Fourth Ward and the Martin Luther King, Jr. Historic District. Curator Nato Thompson's theme "Dream" pays homage to the surrounding neighborhood where Dr. King served as a leader in a movement that changed the world.

In August of 1963, at the culmination of The March on Washington, Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his famous speech that put his dreams for our nation into words. They were sweet, eloquent, hypnotic words that stirred the hopes of a country and its imagination. His dream asked for the best in people and in a sense, asked for the world as we knew it, to become the place we dreamed about.

Fifty-two years later Dr. King's call to action still rings true. Thompson has selected a diverse, provocative, and accomplished group of artists to create projects that invite us to continue dreaming of a more just and peaceful world. These projects will be a mix of visual and performance art that fills a five-block area and flows from the streets, through empty lots, up buildings, and into the sky.

Old Fourth Ward
Auburn and Edgewood Avenues at Boulevard, Atlanta, GA 30312 - Google Maps
(404) 622-7659
ACP Listing #: 50

Browse the 2015 Festival Guide

By Date

By Photo

View Images

By Artist

View ACP Participating Artists

By Venue

View ACP Participating Venues

By ACP Number


By Neighborhood

All Neighborhoods
Downtown / Castleberry Hill
Decatur / Oakhurst
Druid Hills / Emory
Grant Park
Inman Park / Old 4th Ward
Little Five Points / East Atlanta / Candler Park
Other Metro Atlanta
Outside Metro Atlanta
Poncey Highlands
Roswell / Alpharetta

Festival Guide PDF

Festival Guide Search

ACP Sponsors

ACP Supporters