Fluxum Foundation

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Foundation Fact Sheet


Fondation Fluxum - Fluxum Foundation is a nonprofit private-law foundation established in 2002 and governed by its articles of association and article 80 et seq. of the Swiss Civil Code. The Foundation is aiming to encourage and develop culture in Geneva, in Switzerland and abroad. Dance is the primary method of expression in any artistic or cultural concept which the Foundation manages.


The Foundation may design, produce, and promote artistic and cultural projects and buy, hold, and release intellectual property rights ; set up a center for reflection and documentation on Dance and Arts to provide advice on cultural and artistic events ; support creation and the execution of projects in the field of performing arts ; open and manage multicultural spaces ; encourage the production of events by creating a partnership network of creators, designers, patrons, sponsors, and producers ; encourage other Swiss or international foundations to take part in collaborative projects ; promote professional Dance teaching and support young dancers and creative artists.



The Foundation works in a spirit of open-mindedness to encourage novel projects. It takes advantage of the skills at its disposal to support creation and training in the field of dance and the organization of cultural events. It supports the promotion of these events by creating partnerships. It encourages collaboration and dialogue between institutions and cultural players and between the public and private sectors. It acts as a mediator between culture and the economic sector. It encourages access to culture using innovative mediation. It respects the rules of good governance and ensures, in particular, equitable management of its resources and sustainable development in the execution of its projects.


The Foundation works closely with Flux Laboratory, which it uses as a place for exhibitions, shows, training, and meetings. It maintains strong partnerships with private and public institutions and with numerous cultural stakeholders. It produces projects with high-level partners and seeks to establish medium- and long-term collaborations. It may also design and implement its own projects. It forges alliances with the training and economic sectors.