The Getty Center
Date: Saturday, April 6, 2019
Time: 4:00 p.m.
Location: Harold M. Williams Auditorium
Admission: Free; reservations required.
ABOUT FLUXUS FESTIVAL
Fluxus was a wily, nebulous – and deeply influential – anti-establishment current founded in the 1960s. An international collective of artists, composers, and poets, Fluxus aimed to collapse what it considered the false wall between art and life. In a survey curated by Christopher Rountree in collaboration with the Getty Research Institute and the LA Phil, the often-humorous, frequently challenging music and performances of Fluxus will be presented on and off-site, including an orchestral subscription concert at Walt Disney Concert Hall. Fluxus Festival will include a combination of live events, printed materials, and symposia, including surprise appearances, installations and performances throughout the LA Phil's 2018/19 centennial season. Learn more at www.laphil.com/fluxus.
Fluxus Learning Event
October 14, 2018
Leading Fluxus scholar Natilee Harren will use the Getty's extensive archives of Fluxus-related ephemera (including original scores) to present the movement in its historical context for an illustrated talk titled Fluxus: Historical Origins and Contemporary Resonances. Christopher Rountree and members of the LA Phil will perform Ben Patterson's Instruction No. 2 (Please Wash Your Face) of 1964, and Rebekah Heller of the International Contemporary Ensemble will lead a participatory workshop designed around the music of Pauline Oliveros in the outdoor setting of the Central Garden.
How to Get Here
The Getty Center is located at 1200 Getty Center Drive in Los Angeles, California, approximately 12 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles. See Hours, Directions, Parking for maps and driving directions.