Online multi-arts collaboration incubator
What is Fluidity
The Fluidity project is a platform for the development of experimental collaborative artworks and partnership building between different artforms. Using a virtual collaborative space, The Fluidity Project will explore new themes and concepts every four months culminating in an online exhibition, performance, screening or gallery experience.
Fluidity.org.au is free for Blue Mountains and Lithgow City council resident artists / creators.
Who is it for?
Fluidity is for any creatives in the Greater Blue Mountains – Lithgow council areas who wish to explore experimental collaborative art using an online platform for production, discussion and distribution. Collaboration can include drawing, painting, print, design, photography, installation, sculptural forms, craft, music, video, animation, new media, writings, performance and other art forms.
How Does it Work?
Simply register here on the member forum and start creating. Fluidity uses a simple online forum system for artists to upload their contributions in a range of formats (image-sound-video-text), collaborators simply download content using a web browser of choice. Our online gallery showcases Fluidity collaborations and featured creatives.
Fluidity.org.au events include performance and collaborative activities that let visitors have a hand in making experimental artworks.
Join A Project
Current Project Q3-Q4 is Sharing Time
Calling for creative ideas on our 3rd and 4th Quarter 2021 theme Sharing Time. Fluidity themes change every few months culminating in an online or offline event – production – happening – publication – performance – seminar or other multi-arts experience.
Submit a work or take inspiration from something submitted via Creative Commons licensing agreements.
To join and contribute – click Register link at the top of this page or via the Fluidity Projects registration page.
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Fluidity org au and Blue Mountains Creative Arts Network recognises that Dharug and Gundungurra Traditional Owners of the Blue Mountains and Wiradjuri Traditional Owners of the Lithgow region have a continuous and deep connection to their Country and that this is of great cultural significance to Aboriginal people, both locally and in the region.