Phoenix on ProvFlux

August 6, 2008 at 4:04 pm Leave a comment

Greg Cook has a ProvFlux preview (including Green Zone!) in this week’s Providence Phoenix.

Take his advice: “Everything is free and open to anyone who would like to participate. But as of press time earlier this week, the lineup of participants, times, and even locations was still in flux. If that’s your cup of tea, ProvFlux can be liberating. ‘We’re allowing for any sort of spontaneous event to happen and embracing such things. We like the plan B,’ an organizer, Meredith Younger, tells me. But it’s also the kind of elusive freewheeling event that you can spend a lot of time looking for, schedule in hand (see: provfluxv.wordpress.com), and still miss altogether.”

Keep an eye on the schedule for updates, or just keep your eyes open for flying water balloons, roving psychogeographers, granny-cart drag races, and the like. INCOMING!

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