ELAYNA TOBY ART & JUICY CREATIVES STUDIO INVITE YOU you to a FREE ENVIRONMENTAL ART worskhop where you'll experience "MOBILE MAKING as a METAPHOR" for cultivating PERSONAL & ENVIRONMENTAL BALANCE, AND BE PART OF the LARGEST TEMPORARY outdoor COMMUNITY KINETIC TREE ART installation in Palm Beach County.
Facilitated by environmental KINETIC ARTIST Elayna Toby Singer, you'll EXPERIENCE the CENTERING, MEDITATIVE PROCESS of mobile making as you CREATE MINI-MOBILES using fishing line and RECYCLED SEED PODS from Florida’s Mahogany trees which are threatened to extinction in the wild. Workshop is open to all AGED 13 and UP.
AS A CRESCENDO to the countywide workshops, Elayna Toby Singer will create a seemingly MAGICAL, MOTION-FILLED OUTDOOR curtained “ROOM” of 150 six foot long kinetic strands suspended among four trees in the park next to Boynton Beach's Civic Center. This "living" room will be festooned with the WORKSHOP'S MINI-MOBILES and INTENTIONS RIBBONS during the International Kinetic Art Exhibit and Symposium February 4– 5, 2017 in Boynton Beach, Florida.
Names of ALL WORKSHOP ATTENDEES will be ENTERED into a DRAWING to RECEIVE ONE of the 150 KINETIC STRANDS at the end of the kinetic art weekend in February 2017.
Sponsored by Boynton Beach Art in Public Places and the 2017 International Kinetic Art Exhibit and Symposium, February 4-5, is a FREE biennial event in Boynton Beach, FL. This event will connect you to one-of-a-kind visual art experiences. For information visit: www.IntlKineticArtEvent.org.
About Kinetic Intentions - Created by the multi-media artist Elayna Toby Singer, Kinetic Intentions is an exuberant temporary Public Art Project that follows in the footsteps of the artist's award winning Kinetic-Connections Project that generated so much public attention in 2015. FOR MORE INFORMATION, PROJECT PHOTOS AND VIDEOS VISIT www.elaynatobyart.com/kineticintentions.
About Elayna Toby Singer - Ms. Singer has been creating kinetic sculpture and jewelry since the mid 1990’s and incorporating “found objects” since 2003. Locally, her commissioned works and exhibitions have been shown in Palm Beach and Broward Counties for more than six years. In 2015 her temporary site specific community creation "Kinetic-Connections" recevied the Peoples Choice Award for magically transforming an historic Kapok tree into a kinetic sculpture with upcycled objects from the community www.elaynatobyart.com/kineticconnections. In 2009, Elayna Toby was invited by Habla: The Center for Language and Culture in Merida Mexico, to lead her first "Natural Mobiles" workshop. With a BS in Cultural Anthropology and an MS in Public Horticulture and Museum Management, Ms. Singer’s career in creative placemaking began in the early 1990's when she spent fifteen years in some of our nation's leading public gardens and arboreta creating experiences that engaged the public in the art, science and heritage of plants; and the essential roles plants play in our lives. Visit www.elaynatobyart.com to learn more about Elayna Toby.