Artist Elayna Toby Singer invites everyone to “be a part of the movement” during Kinetic Intentions community art project

On Sunday, September 18, from 3 pm until 4:30 pm, the public is invited to enjoy the first free workshop offered by Elayna Toby Singer as a part of Kinetic Intentions, a community-wide art project that features mobile-making using recycled seed pods from Florida’s threatened Mahogany trees. The interactive workshop focuses on the process of achieving personal and environmental balance while mastering the challenges of mobile-making.

thInspired by the Tibetan Prayer Flag tradition, participants will also write their own personal and environmental intentions onto ribbons. Conceived, designed and facilitated by Singer, each mobile and intention ribbon will become part of the largest temporary, kinetic tree installation in Palm Beach County, creating an outdoor curtained “room” of moving art during the Boynton Beach 2017 International Kinetic Art Exhibit and Symposium taking place February 3 – 5.

The first of only a handful of free workshops takes place at The Box Gallery, located at 811 Belvedere Road in West Palm Beach.