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FRIDAY, June 6, 2003
8pm - 1am (note the later times)
@ the former St. Francis parking garage
& future home of Children=92s Hospital

4401 Penn Ave (Between 44th and 45th)

Come bid a final farewell to the St. Francis Medical Center, one of=20
Lawrenceville's community landmarks for the last 137 years, as FLUX=20
moves to the top two floors of the Center's parking garage. On the=20
following Monday, the building will be torn down to make way for the=20
future home of Children's Hospital. This will be your final chance
check the engaging rooftop view of Downtown, Oakland, and the East

during a spectacular sunset and nighttime panorama.

Joining you in making this the best FLUX yet will be host BEN

(of COAL TRAIN and thee ALLEGHENY RHYTHM KINGS), the music of GRAND=20
BUFFET & JOHNSON'S BIG BAND, visual art of THOMMY CONROY, live metal=20
demo with JAN LONEY, live glass making demo with FiG, African dance=20
performances by UMOJA AFRICAN ARTS COMPANY, and 45+ MORE


Also be sure to check out Lawrenceville through the eyes of its=20
residents with the FLUX COMMUNITY CONNECT PROJECT, buy some art or=20
learn more about what's happening in the 'burgh at the FLUX DEPOT,

watch for artist TIM KAULEN'S work as part of the FLUX ARTIST TO=20

$7.00 suggested donation at the door or
$5.00 with a donation of a NEW TOOTHBRUSH (packaged) for Our Lady of=20
Angels Food Pantry

FULLY Handicapped accessible

Take the UV Loop to FLUX  =97 it stops right out front!

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FLUX HOST: Musician Ben Hartlage (Coal Train/Allegheny Rhythm Kings)=20
will give you the what-fors and where-tos of the evening
with the occasional musical interlude.

FEATURING THE MUSIC OF: The Flow Band, The Boilermaker Jazz Band &=20
Jennie Luvv, The Johnsons Big Band, Bingo Quixote, Hope-Harveys,

Buffet, Ritual Space Travel Agency, 412dnb Crew, Milk Records.

ART OF ALL KINDS BY: Jonathan Kline, FiG, Jeff Schreckengost,
Jan Loney / Metalier, Tom Estlack, Ron Donoughe , Robin Hewlett,=20
50v137, 534k, 43514, Thommy Conroy, The Poetry in Motion Project by=20
AIGA Pittsburgh & the  UV Loop , Jen Holland, Fred P. Seifried.

PERFORMANCES BY: George Anastasios Magalios, 885 Skatepark, Garth=20
Zeglin, Umoja African Arts Company, The Daring Douglasses, A Tribute

August Leonard, Sr., AAN Guest: Neal Pollock

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IN COLLABORATION WITH: 16:62 Design Zone, Children's Hospital of=20
Pittsburgh, UPMC, Lawrenceville United, Penn Main Business

Lawrenceville Corporation

SPONSORED BY: East End Food Co-op, Penn Brewery, Ground Zero Action=20
Network, City Paper, Daedalus Excel Product Development, Stash 'n=20
Store, Construction Tool Service, Merging Media, Bally Design

FLUX is made possible in part by the generous support of the Richard=20
King Mellon Foundation and Pittsburgh Partnership for Neighborhood=20
Development. FLUX is a project of the Tides Center of Western=20

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