Wednesday, April 17, 2013

The Environment and Community: Procees and Practices Part 2

BOYNTON BEACH, FL --- Monday, April 22, 2013, 6:00 -8:00 p.m., City Library, 208 South Seacrest Blvd.. "Environment and Our Community: Process and Practices, Part II" presentation.

Boynton Beach Art in Public Places sponsored by Activista Artists Gallery and Studio presents an Earth Day program to educate and inform the public about legacy projects and their impact on communities; organic, wellness and health; how to achieve your full potential; LEED Platinum sustainable Galaxy E3 Elementary School and its engineering, environment and energy education program; the EcoArt projects in Boynton Beach and throughout the county and Kinetic Art Wind Turbines. The program is FREE to the public and features the following presentations:

Introduction and welcome by Debby Coles-Dobay, Boynton Beach Art in Public Places
Moderated by: Rolando Chang Barrero, Artist and Arts Advocate of Activista Artista

Lucy Keshavarz, Artist and EcoArtist of Art and Culture Group, Inc.
“Making the invisible visible through EcoArt: Dixie EcoWalk at Seabourn Cove and Westgate Babbling Brook”

Jay Moskowitz, Peerless Wind Systems Corporation
"Kinetic Wind Turbines"

Kristine Bauer, Founder of Nourishe, Wellness and Organic Products
"Through her practice that teaches about organic, wellness and health -  how it allows one to achieve their full potential."

Jo Engelesson, Founder of Gratitude and Leadership
"Connections and examples of past 10 Legacy projects and their impact on community."

Thorn Grafton, Director of Sustainability Initiatives, Zyscovich Architects
"Galaxy E3 Elementary School LEED Platinum sustainable building"

Ed Capitano, Principal, Galaxy E3 Elementary School
"Galaxy E3 Elementary School, Engineering, Environment and Energy education"

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