The work of several students and alumni of the School of Art in Arizona State University’s Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts will be on view in the Valley for the next year as part of IN FLUX Cycle 8.
Each year IN FLUX, a strategic partnership launched by Scottsdale Public Art in 2010, puts out a call to artists interested in creating site-specific temporary public art installations in a wide variety of locations. This year, six of the 10 selected artists are students or alumni of the School of Art. Those artists are Daniel Funkhouser, Min Kyu Kim, Kyllan Maney, Mary Shindell, Eliza Weber and Bobby Zokaites.
Installations went up in late April and will be on view for a year.
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