Dynamic Duo Create Pop-Up Project and Step into Experience Space
There will be a noticeable buzz at Art Palm Beach on January 30 when Project Color Hive debuts. The first-ever pop-up art experience by Art Hive Magazine co-founders Angela Yungk and Jessica Prugh celebrates the importance of pollinators and how they affect the world around us. Through the use of captivating colors and vibrant imagery, Project Color Hive aims to inspire audiences of all ages by shining a serious light on a relevant topic. After its debut, the immersive installation will pop-up at several other locations throughout Palm Beach and Broward counties.
“Our mission is to entertain and educate through the endless possibilities of immersive art and creativity,” said Yungk. “We want people to explore a new way to experience art. It’s our belief that the use of art can create a sense of responsibility for our environment. It’s likely most people have already heard of the significance of pollinators; however, we hope through immersive art we really leave an impression on the vital role they play in our world.”
Project Color Hive tells a story by activating multiple senses simultaneously. The pop-up will be brightly lit and include three-dimensional artwork where pollinators take center stage. In this space, though small, they reign supreme. There will also be a clear association from flowers to food, where visitors are invited to imagine a world without cupcakes. While the display is playful, it will also be thought provoking.
Art Palm Beach opens on Thursday, January 30 for a VIP reception. It will be open to the general public Friday, January 31 – Monday, February 3 from noon – 6 p.m. daily at the Palm Beach County Convention Center. After its run at the Art Palm Beach, Project Color Hive will pop-up at several additional locations into the summer:
- Art Serve in Fort Lauderdale – Thursday, April 9 – Wednesday, May 27, 2020
- Boynton Cultural Center June – July 2020
Project Color Hive is the perfect next step in our company’s transition from covering the art scene to inspiring the art scene,” said Prugh. “There continues to be a cultural shift to focus on experiences. People want to see and do more than ever before. It is a trend that will continue, and we are excited to step into this space. If you miss us at Art Palm Beach, we hope you will save the date for our other pop-ups.”
Art Hive Magazine is an award-winning publication that highlights creative and conscious celebrities with editorial focused on compelling content in the arts and culture world. Launched in 2012, the company has gone from one magazine, Art Hive Magazine, to a multimedia company. Yungk and Prugh are hosts and co-producers of Art Adventures of the Palm Beaches, which highlights arts and culture throughout the Palm Beaches. Art Adventures is supported by the Palm Beach Film Commission, the Cultural Council for Palm Beach County and JAG Production Group.
To attend the Art Palm Beach VIP reception as a guest of Art Hive, visit here and enter code AHVIP2020. For more information on Project Color Hive, or Art Hive Magazine, visit www.arthivemagazine.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.