There’s just so much good stuff happening in the next seven days that we couldn’t fit it all into our Selections of the Week. Here are a few art-oriented events to add to your cultural agenda; be sure to drop by our recently redesigned online calendar (cal endar.orlandoweekly.com) for even more. – Jessica Bryce Young
The Heads of State AIGA Orlandohosts a talk with the Philly design duo 7 p.m. Thursday at Say It Loud (aka the Orange Studio). Gig-poster wunderkinder Jason Kernevich and Dustin Summers have parlayed their silkscreen skills into national assignments from the New York Times, Patagonia and Starbucks; local graphic designers interested in similar business expansion should come to listen and learn. (Say It Loud, 1121 N. Mills Ave., orlando.aiga.org; $5-$10)
Maybe It’s Still All a Dream Hangingthrough Feb. 17, this show of “fantasy, euphoria and otherworldliness” features pop-culture portraits and friendly monsters from Eric Althin, Scott Donald, Johannah O’Donnell and Steve Parker. Check out the video at twelve21gallery.com for a sneak peek; stop by the opening party 7 p.m. Friday to peep the gallery’s newly expanded space. (Twelve21 Gallery, 1221C N. Orange Ave., 407-982-4357; free)
Garage Sale-a-Rama Alternative art space Urban ReThink hosts a tag sale to benefit the Urban Think! Foundation 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. Given the organization’s creative constituency, pickings should be a cut above the usual domestic detritus. (Urban ReThink, 625 E. Central Blvd., 407-704-6895; urbanrethink.com; free)
Replicated The Falcon Bar hosts an art show through March 2 to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner, probably the best film (in terms of art direction) ever made from a Philip K. Dick novel. Photographs and works on canvas by Dres13, Patrick Fatica, Jaime Margary, Phil Noto, Karla Radvak and more pay tribute to Scott’s future-gothy vision of a decaying 21st-century Los Angeles. Q-Burns Abstract Message provides the soundtrack on opening night, 8 p.m. Saturday. (Falcon Bar, 819 E. Washington St., 407-423-2788; free)
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