Date taken: October 6, 2012
If “flux” can be defined as “the rate of flow of a property per unit area”, then you might say that Flux Night in Atlanta is the amount of art that can be placed in one neighborhood in one night. Venture over to the historic Castleberry Hill warehouse district on this annual night and follow the lights … or the crowd (which seems to get bigger each year). Wherever you find light and sound, you’ll probably find art. From street performers to photography exhibits to sound installations to the dancers of gloATL, you’ll find yourself wondering what’s around each street corner.
Location: Castleberry Hill
Recently, whenever I head to the Castleberry Hill neighborhood, art is somehow involved. A few years ago, I wandered through the area with a photography MeetUp. Then last year, there was Flux 2011. Still on my ‘to do’ list is the monthly art stroll. With its large concentration of old railroad buildings, the neighborhood is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. And, the early 20th century warehouse buildings often provide artistic views on the inside and out.