Hold My Calls: IAI 2015 Edition

As some of you already know, the past year and a half has been dedicated to getting a project in our fair city off the ground, and I am now approaching a critical point in that process where big ideas are translated into realities.

I have been giving 110% this entire time, but I now need to summon 150% for the next month or so to ensure these sleepless nights were not in vain.

I may even need to crop up again and ask for your help, dear readers, but in the interim -please send all positive juju my way.

Really, I wanted to take this moment to pop out of my molehill and say hello, and reassure you that FLUX. is not going anywhere.

Just know I’m here in the background, standing topless on a podium and brandishing the french flag (it just feels right), fighting the good fight.

More soon. ♥

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Weekly Wrap-Up for February 6th, 2015

pulse of morning x familiar faces x observing energies

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Weekly Wrap-Up for January 30th, 2015

field trip x dualities & binaries x under astral skies

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Weekly Wrap-Up for January 23rd, 2015

views x the song cave x anticipation

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Weekly Wrap-Up for January 16th, 2015

likely stories x standard deviations x the power of negative thinking

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Treasure Nothing

“Treasure nothing, be willing to throw out anything. The story you just wrote that you are proud of should not be coddled and worshipped. You can do it again. If your house burned down with all your work inside it, you would still be the writer you are, and you would continue to be worth something.”

— J. Robert Lennon (via austinkleon) ♥

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Weekly Wrap-Up for January 9th, 2015

second selves x silent rebellion x it was pretty violent

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2014: wake up, nemo.

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First Night 2015: The Triumphant Return of BCAMFCAAATC

It’s baaaack..

When: Wednesday December 31, 5:30PM

Where: Boylston Street and Copley Square, Boston, MA

How: Sneak Peek

What/Why: “Boston Contemporary Art Museum For Contemporary Art, Artists, and Their Contemporaries”, Boston’s largest temporary contemporary art museum will be returning for one night only, participating in the parade down Boylston street at 5:30 and then parked in copley square the rest of night, unveiling our new “Digital Wing” and a special U-haul themed exhibit in the Museum’s Official U-haul. If you are around or need some New Years Plans come check it out, there will be lots of other cool things, I heard Yo La Tengo was playing.”

Participating Artists: Anthony Palocci Jr, Caleb Cole, Caleb Neelon, Clint Baclawski, Cristi Rinklin, Cyrille Conan, Daniel Deluca, Elaine Bay, Greer Muldowney, Joe Wardwell, Kate Gilbert, Kenji Nakayama, Maria Molteni, Matthew Gamber, Nabeela Vega, Nicole Duennebier, Phil Fryer, Randi Shandroski, Samantha Fields, Sandrine Schaefer, Scott Listfield,Silvia López Chavez, Thomas Willis, TJ Kelley III, & More…


Some of my favorite artists and people are involved with this. Not to be missed.

For the complete run down of First Night festivities check out the schedule of events here.

May all your auld acquaintances be forgot.

I mean, Happy New Year. ♥

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In Other Words

“The ‘secret’ is skill. If you haven’t learned how to do something, the people who have may seem to be magicians, possessors of mysterious secrets. In a fairly simple art, such as making pie crust, there are certain teachable ‘secrets’ of method that lead almost infallibly to good results; but in any complex art, such as housekeeping, piano-playing, clothes-making, or story-writing, there are so many techniques, skills, choices of method, so many variables, so many “secrets,” some teachable and some not, that you can learn them only by methodical, repeated, long-continued practice — in other words, by work.”

-Ursula K. Le Guin (via) ♥

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