“Bloom” by gloATL.
7 p.m. Fri. Feb 12; 4 p.m. Feb. 13 and 14. Free. In the corridors of Lenox Square, 3393 Peachtree Road N.E.; www.fluxprojects.org.
By Pierre Ruhe
Louis Corrigan has thought a lot about the arts in his hometown. About who goes to galleries and performances. About how that art is paid for.
What he’s realized can be boiled down into a simple statement: “It doesn’t take that much to do something here,” he offers. “One person can have a huge impact.”
A 44-year-old investment research analyst, Corrigan created (and funds) Flux Projects, a nonprofit dedicated to innovative temporary public art throughout Atlanta.
Corrigan has pumped $200,000 into Flux for the coming year and hired a veteran arts manager, Anne Archer Dennington, to run it.
At the nadir of the Great Recession, a six-figure gift