FLUXUS HAUS INC. is a 501 (c) 3 centered on providing educational, curatorial, and performance opportunities for marginalized artists considered novice and overlooked. We provide artistic mentorship through working opportunities, formal training, grant writing services, and artist development by connecting emerging and mid-career artists with established networks through strategic partnerships. Our demographic of participants include artists from the LGBTQ community, Black and African Americans, and geographically and economically disadvantaged community members and artists.
Engaging through performance and continued artistic development, today FLUXUS HAUS INC. encompasses a wide network of artists, collaborators, and supporters working to provide a unique platform for its audiences. Seeking the obscure, the novice, and the innovative - our programming directly targets a segment of the population that has been marginalized. Through our Movement for Justice campaign, social activism becomes a key component of all curatorial initiatives.
Agatha Wright (Miami, FL) is a social activist. She received her BA degree in Art History from the University of California, Riverside in 2010 with an emphasis on the performing arts and holds an MS in Organizational Leadership from Colorado State University. Most recently, Ms. Wright completed the Certificate Program for the Entrepreneurship Cohort at Harvard Business School and is attending NYU's Tisch School of Music- Industry Essentials Certification program powered by Yellowbrick & Billboard. Ms. Wright was the recipient of the Dramatic Allied Arts Guild Award for best dancer in Los Angeles, (2007); Miami New Times Mastermind Finalist: FLUX-2016; Foundation for Contemporary Arts NYC Grantee Recipient- 2017 & 2020; Actors Fund Grantee Recipient- 2018 & 2020; Visual Artist Fund: Louisiana Chapter- Grantee Recipient- 2018 and Artist Relief Fund recipient in 2020. Agatha is a grant panelist for the Youth Arts Miami program funded by the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the All Kids Included initiative. Agatha’s work has appeared in multiple artistic journals, magazines, and publications throughout the world as a producer, choreographer and performing artist. In Los Angeles Ms. Wright danced for Tony Jazz winning choreographer Tiffany Billings and Sofia Carreras- Director of Intersect Dance Theater and pupil of George Balanchine.
Ms. Wright is the Founder and Artistic Director of Fluxus Haus- a 501 (c) 3 focused on producing art that is novice and overlooked. Up to date Fluxus has produced interdisciplinary events with Miami’s leading art organizations and event agencies. Partnerships have included performances and engagements with The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, Muse Center for the Arts, PAMM, The Dancers Space, Secret Garden, MOCA, The Stella Design Group, University Center, NOVA Southeastern University Little Haiti Cultural Center, Dance Now Miami, The Frank Gallery at Pembroke Civic Center, American Dance Alliance and Sultry Society LLC. In November of 2018 Voyage Miami Magazine voted Ms. Wright as one of Miami’s Gems. In 2019 Fractured Atlas featured Fluxus Haus Inc. & Agatha Wright online for the artist spotlight edition and in October, 2019 The Miami New Times published a front page spread for Fluxus Haus Inc. artist Brooke Candy during her debut South Florida performance. Agatha Wright has received numerous grants and awards for her work as an artist, activist and producer. Her greatest achievement has been in supporting artists who have been overlooked and marginalized. Fluxus Haus Inc. has been created for the people, by the people.
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