Fund the Flow Arts launches!

Apr 12, 11 Fund the Flow Arts launches!

We are excited to announce the launch of Fund the Flow Arts! The Fund is a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the emergence, evolution, and expansion of the Flow Arts.

“Flow Arts” has become an overarching term for the up-and-coming movement-based artforms that integrate dance and creative exploration of movement with skill-based prop manipulation. The Flow Arts draw from a multitude of ancient and modern movement disciplines from tai-chi and Maori poi spinning, to martial arts and juggling, to circus arts, hula hooping and modern firedancing.
> Click here to learn more about the Flow Arts!

The Fund’s two inaugural programs are:

Flowarts.net: An online community portal that provides resources for beginner to advanced Flow artists. Join to connect and find tools and resources to build artistry, technique, and community.

The Flow Show: An annual Flow Arts performance showcase presented in San Francisco with more cities to follow in the future. The dates for this year’s Flow Show are 29 April – 1 May. Get your tickets, support the Flow Arts and enjoy the Show!

The idea for the Fund was planted in late 2010. Its founders Khan Wong, Prisna Nuengsigkapian and Sean von Stade have been working behind the scenes with flow artists from around the world to launch this website, and the Fund’s two inaugural programs. Since then Lily Rasel has joined the Fund’s Board and we are looking to recruit more Board members.
> Click here to read more about the history of the Fund and the Board.

We invite you to support the Flow Arts Fund by seeding it, making a donation, or getting involvedMore.

2 Comments

  1. Flo Family /

    You guys are all a great inspiration!!!! Especially to those who its financially stressful. We just began our adventure in flow and I would plan on hearing from us. Hopefully we’ll make it to Cali and dance it up with you guys. Happy New years

    • Thank you for the encouragement! Best of luck on your journey in Flow!

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