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Black History Month Arts Inspired Festival

Sun., Feb. 17, 2-6 p.m.
phone 407-421-8118
ggrmarketing@outlook.com
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Showcase of art, culture and the business community. free

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Orlando Fashion Square (map)
3201 E. Colonial Drive
Central
phone (407) 896-1131

Life in 3D

Through Feb. 28, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
phone 407-835-7323

Explore a selection of stereoscopic images printed on archival materials with traditional red/blue 3D glasses. Free

http://ocls.info
Orlando Public Library (map)
101 E. Central Blvd.
Downtown
phone 407-835-7323
comments@ocls.info

Weekend of the Arts

Through Feb. 19

Be inspired with extraordinary performances, unique exhibits, and exciting events at over 20 arts organizations throughout Winter Park. free

http://cityofwinterpark.org
Multiple locations (map)
Various local venues
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Earth Song

Through Feb. 25

Works by four female artists whose works display a profound, almost sacred, connection to nature and its processes. free

http://mountdoracenterforthearts.org
Mount Dora Center for the Arts (map)
138 E. Fifth Ave.
West
phone 352-383-0880
<i>Earth Song</i>

Prison Nation

Through March 4

A traveling exhibition of work by multiple photographers, focused on prisons and prisoner life from the 1920s to the present. free

http://smponline.org
Southeast Museum of Photography (map)
Daytona State College
Elsewhere
phone 386-506-4475

Ruptures and Remnants: Selections from the Permanent Collection

Through Dec. 31, 2020

The objects in the museum’s permanent collection date from antiquity to the present day. The works in this installation periodically change and on occasion feature long-term loans in conversation with works from the permanent collection. free

http://cfam.rollins.edu

De La Torre Brothers: Rococolab

Through May 12

A selection of works that bring together art historical imagery, religious symbolism, and pop culture in unexpected dialogue. free

The Place as Metaphor: Collection Conversations

Through May 12

Featuring a mixture of collection favorites, works that have not been on view in a long time, and debuting new acquisitions. free

Body Snatchers: Death in Culture

Through April 7

This exhibition tells the story of shifting meanings attached to dead bodies, from religious reverence to medical authority. free

José A. Figueroa: A "Transitional Generation"

Through April 7
phone 407-646-2526
stodd@rollins.edu

A body of work about daily life in Cuba by José A. Figueroa. free

http://cfam.rollins.edu

Artistic Expression Through Conflict: 1939-1945

Through April 5
phone 850-644-9033
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With more than 120 objects from the Institute’s collection, this presentation examines amateur and official art during WWII. free

http://holocaustedu.org

Helaine Schneider: Everyone's Talking, No One Is Listening

Through March 8
phone 407-582-2268

Three-dimensional sculptures that "speak" with sound recordings of the subjects. free

Anita S. Wooten Gallery (map)
701 N. Econlockhatchee Trail
East
phone 407-582-2298

Hand in Hand: The Creative Works of Javier Miller and Gustaf Miller

Through April 27

This artistic duo met at Syracuse University and then studied in Rome, Italy, each with a lifelong love of creating works of art. The exhibition will feature their most recent paintings, sculpture, and ceramics. free

http://crealde.org
Crealde School of Art (map)
600 St. Andrews Blvd.
Winter Park Area
phone 407-671-1886

The Art of Billy Richardson

Through Feb. 17

Richardson combines his graphic design skill with his ability to create intrinsic patterns using everything from silk screen, stencils and hand drawing. free

Lil Indies (map)
1036 N. Mills Ave.
Mills 50

Mix It Upcycle

Through March 3

Group art show of art made with repurposed materials. free

Dandelion Communitea Cafe (map)
618 N. Thornton Ave.
Mills 50
phone 407-362-1864
julie@dandelioncommunitea.com

Duane Michals: The Portraitist

Through April 6

The first comprehensive overview of inventive portraits by this influential photographer who, in the 1960s, broke away from established traditions of documentary and fine-art photography. free

http://snaporlando.com
Snap Space (map)
1013 E. Colonial Drive
Mills 50 <i>Duane Michals: The Portraitist</i>

Storytellers XVII: West of the East Coast Tracks

Ongoing

Photographs by teenagers in New Smyrna Beach, documenting the African American community. free

Hannibal Square Heritage Center (map)
642 W. New England Ave.
Winter Park Area
phone 407-539-2680
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