Art of Sustainability –
Kinetic Art, Family Fun Day and “Green-Talks”
Return to Florida’s Space Coast on March 25, 2017
PALM BAY, FL (March 1, 2017) – On March 25, the 2nd Annual “Art of Sustainability” event begins at Palm Bay City Hall from 10am to 4pm, featuring massive kinetic sculptures, exciting Family Fun Day activities and Green Talks. Admission is FREE and children are welcome!
- Art of Sustainability Family Fun Day will feature: Performances by Heather Henson’s Ibex Puppetry, family fun crafts and activities, interactive stations, kite crafting and flying, food trucks, free face painting and massive kinetic sculptures towering up to 35ft tall.
- Green Talks: Come and join the debate. This year’s Green Talks feature noted speakers from Florida Tech, Brevard Zoo and Stetson University. The talks provide a unique opportunity for attendees to actively engage in discussions about the Indian River Lagoon and other pressing environmental issues.
“We’re pleased to have the Art of Sustainability event returning this year to highlight our environmental assets here in Palm Bay,” said Palm Bay Mayor William Capote. “Using beautiful, moving kinetic sculptures loaned by internationally-known artists will help attract and engage visitors with important issues tied to the health of our local environment.”
“Brevard Cultural Alliance (BCA) is proud to take this opportunity to once again place the arts at the heart of one of Brevard’s communities,” said Neil Levine, BCA Executive Director.
Kinetic art is beautiful large-scale sculptures, which move in response to the environment (wind, sun), encouraging us to think about environmental issues.
For details about The Art of Sustainability, Family Fun Day, Green Talks speakers and the day’s schedule, visit www.theartofsustainability.org, email us at TheArtofSustainability@gmail.com or follow us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram (@artofsustain).
Tina Lange, APR
About Brevard Cultural Alliance: Brevard Cultural Alliance (BCA) is the professional organization representing the arts and cultural sector on Florida’s Space Coast. BCA’s strategic focus is to advance Brevard County as a cultural destination, enhance educational opportunities through engagement with the arts and bolster the sustainability of the cultural community. BCA is supported in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, the Florida Council on Arts and Culture, the Brevard Board of County Commissioners, the Space Coast Office of Tourism, and the National Endowment for the Arts. For more information, visit ArtsBrevard.org or follow BCA on Facebook (Arts.Brevard) or Twitter (@artsbrevard).
Brevard Cultural Alliance