Join us Friday, November 21st from 6p - 9p for the opening reception of "Everything is Relative," and your chance to meet Miami artist, Katerina Friderici!
Using found objects and discarded materials, projections, optics, LED lights and…
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Approximately 24 hours remain to reach our goal supporting this annual event. If 106 people donate $10, we get fully funded as a result of the 50% match from Bank of America.
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A Tribute to an American Painter
Wildlife & Landscape Artist
SHOWING: September 2014-December 2014
LOCATION: SFSC-COLLEGE -AVON PARK Fl
DATE: NOVEMBER 6, 2014
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The locally acclaimed legendary Downtown Orlando’s Third Thursday put on a frighteningly festive face for the month of October. In celebration of the Mexican holiday Dia de Los Muertos, roads closed to make room for live music, street vendors, street artists and, of course, throngs of excited guests. Galleries proudly displayed Dia de Los Muertos and monster-themed artwork while the streets teemed with unique, locally crafted pieces for sale made in the true spirit of the holiday.…Continue
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Two holiday seasons ago (December, 2012), my husband and I were invited to have lunch on Disney property, with a gentleman who heads the Wish Connection charity. The organization was founded by AT&T employees in San Antonio, Texas, and grants wishes to children with life-threatening…Continue
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"Art isn't easy, anyway you look at it" - Stephen Sondheim.
On Weds evening The Inner Circle group met for our second time. I found myself in the company of wonderful art enthusiasts who are passionate about sharing the variety of artistic events and experiences downtown Orlando…Continue
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CALLING ALL ARTISTS!
Casa Feliz is hosting an art show January 8 – 18 called “There’s No Place Like Home: Art Inspired by Winter Park’s Historic Architecture.” This juried show welcomes both professionals and amateurs, and art of any medium—paintings, photography, drawings, collage, sculpture, etc.
There will be prizes awarded by judge Dr. Ena Heller, Director of the Cornell Museum of Fine Arts at…
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The Orlando Story Club (OSC) hasn’t had it’s 1st birthday yet, but what began as a group of live storytellers in late 2013 has continued to expand here in Orlando. As part of a growing metropolitan trend throughout the country, oral storytelling is experiencing a renaissance, and along with other awakening creative traditions, a metamorphosis. (OSC) co-founder and film producer, Robin Cowie was recently on NPR’s “Here And Now With Robin Young,” where they discussed oral storytelling in…Continue
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The Transit Interpretation Project (TrIP) is made up of artists, writers, composers, guerrilla
gardeners, storytellers and urban space manipulators interpreting their experiences in transit.
Since the inception of TrIP over 50 participants have responded with pieces ranging from poetry
to concrete castings. These experiences are shared through the TrIP blog and social media.
TrIP’s goal is to provide a platform that shares lesser-told stores about the community and…
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I can't believe how quickly the time has passed. My website is up and running, and my paintings are available on sandyaboudaart.com
Local pickups can avoid shipping.
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Vote NOW by visiting www.downtownorlando.com and clicking on the pink box that will directly link you to the voting…Continue
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Artist DaMarco Rondle won with his piece, "I Used to Be Like You" displayed here at CityArts Factory.
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You heard right, What the Dickens Orlando is offering a cash prize of $5,000 to the best flash mob video that is built around a song from a musical inspired by the works of Charles Dickens. Examples include “Who Will Buy” or “Food, Glorious Food” from Oliver! and “Thank you Very Much” from Scrooge. To be eligible, a video cannot be longer than 7 minutes, and must be posted on YouTube by 5 pm Eastern…Continue
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A reflection on art history reveals an undeniable connection between artistic expression and activism. The Wiki definition of activism is as follows: "...consists of efforts to promote, impede, or direct social, political, economic or environmental change, or stasis". Mirroring personal observations of society through art can be cathartic for the creator; but those who feel compelled to share it with others are…Continue
May 2014 Third Thursday
I began attending Third Thursdays in April after Leena Buchy (manager of CityArts) invited me. We met at a UCF event called Intern Pursuit.
My first third thursday left such a good impression on me and my friends. Although, the only gallery we visited was…Continue
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