May 15, 2023


Diane G. Papadakos, Director of Communications
City of West Palm Beach – Mayor’s Office
[email protected]
561-822-1411 (TTY: 800-955-8771)

 City of West Palm Beach’s ArtLife Program Presents an Interactive Performance by Local Artist Autumn Kioti

WEST PALM BEACH, FL – The City of West Palm Beach, ArtLife invites residents to join interdisciplinary artist Autumn Kioti for a special preview of Parlement of Foules, an interactive performance piece for ArtLife West Palm Beach.

The performance will begin at 12 p.m. in the City Hall Courtyard (401 Clematis Street) by the yellow bear’s picnic art installation and will conclude in Studio 411 of the Mandel Public Library (411 Clematis Street). Immediately following the performance, the Mandel Public Library is offering an Art Class with Autumn Kioti. She will teach students how to craft birds using the same materials and processes she used in her performance art set design.

Registration is required for the art class but not for the performance, both programs are FREE to the public.

Performance and Programming funded by ArtLife WPB in partnership with the Mandel Library.

For more information, please visit or call the Mandel Public Library at (561) 868-7701 (TTY: 800-955-8771). To contact the City of West Palm Beach, please call (561) 822-2222 (TTY: 800-955-8771). To learn more, please visit


About the City of West Palm Beach:

The City of West Palm Beach is a vibrant and dynamic City located on Florida’s Atlantic coast. With a rich history, a thriving arts and cultural scene, and a commitment to sustainability, the City of West Palm Beach is a great place to live, work, and play. As one of the three largest cities making up the South Florida region, and the central City of Palm Beach County, West Palm Beach is a vibrant, growing, waterfront City that offers the business advantages available in the region, combined with a more refined and relaxed environment for living and working. To learn more about the City of West Palm Beach, visit us on our official website, or follow us on our social media: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and/or Linked-in.

Public Art for an Inspired City

ArtLife WPB is the public art program of the City of West Palm Beach, Florida. ArtLife projects capture the diverse, contemporary beat and rich history that make West Palm Beach a destination city. For more information about ArtLife WPB please visit or contact Sybille Welter, Administrator of Public Art and Culture at 561.822.1521 or [email protected].

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