For Freedoms Event: “Norman Rockwell: An American Portrait” Screening

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Drop by the Museum during common hour to see Norman Rockwell: An American Portrait, a documentary about the artist who created the “Four Freedoms” series in 1943.  The series includes four oil paintings–Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Worship, Freedom of Want, and Freedom from Fear.
 For Freedoms is a platform for civic engagement, discourse, and direct action for artists in the United States.
No registration required.

For Freedoms Event: Lawn Sign Activation

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Drop by the Museum to create your own For Freedoms  lawn sign.  For Freedoms is a platform for civic engagement, discourse, and direct action for artists in the United States.
All materials provided.
No registration required.

For Freedoms Event: Throwback Thursdays Tour

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Join us at the Cornell Fine Arts Museum every 3rd Thursday of the month (unless otherwise noted) as we reflect on the past while delving into various historical works on view. Each Throwback Thursday tour explores new works and themes.
This is a For Freedoms related event.  For Freedoms is a platform for civic engagement, discourse, and direct action for artists in the United States.

Art 101: Botanical Art

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April showers have brought May flowers! Throughout history, botanists and artists have drawn and painted pictures of plants to help others identify them. The results blended science and aesthetics to create a unique art form. This month learn about the fascinating history of botanical art and create a painting that is both beautiful and accurate. Registration Required. Register online at ocls.info or call 407.835.7323. Ages 15 and up.

Women in the Arts Awards

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The annual Celebrating the Genius of Women art exhibition features local, national and international artists who have entered artwork for consideration in the annual Women in the Arts Inc. competition. Join us in the main lobby to meet the artists and participate in an interactive gallery walk, immediately followed by the awards ceremony.

Celebrating the Genius of Women

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The annual Celebrating the Genius of Women art exhibition features local, national and international artists who have entered artwork for consideration in the annual Women in the Arts Inc. competition.

Towards Impressionism: Landscape Painting from Corot to Monet

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Description:The Musée des Beaux Arts in Reims owns one of the largest collections of French 19th century landscape paintings, forty-five of which will be displayed in this exhibition. Towards Impressionism: Landscape Painting from Corot to Monet, curated and managed by Art Centre Basel in collaboration with the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Reims and the City of Reims, France, marks the first time that an exhibition drawn exclusively from the Reims Museum will travel to the United States; the Cornell Fine Arts Museum in Winter Park, FL, is one of only two venues nationwide to host this extraordinary collection. The exhibition traces the revolutionary evolution of landscape painting in France from the romantics to the School of Barbizon, the circle of Honfleur, and up to Impressionism.

The Barbizonists, who found their major inspiration in Dutch landscape art, were active roughly from 1830 until 1870. Their name derives from the village of Barbizon, on the edge of the Fontainebleau forest, where artists like Théodore Rousseau, Camille Corot, Charles-François Daubigny, Henri-Jospeh Harpignies, Narcisse Virgilio Diaz de la Peña, Jean-François Millet and others gathered, usually at the Auberge Ganne. These artists rejected urban life and burgeoning industrialization, seeking untouched nature in its original form. They were fascinated by the mysteries of the forest and the rural tradition later described by George Sand in her ‘Pastoral Novels’. Théodore Rousseau (1812-1867) was a friend of the novelist and acted as the leader of the Barbizon School. Rousseau rebelled against official art teaching, adopting thickly applied paint in contrast to the smooth surfaces to be seen in academic paintings.

One of the most significant painters involved with the Barbizon School is Camille Corot (1796-1875). Reims is proud to possess the second largest collection of his work after the Louvre: twenty-five authenticated works, part of which will be displayed in this exhibition.

‘The Fountain at Villa Medici’ (1825 -28) will remind visitors of Corot’s first trip to Italy in 1825. On his arrival in Rome he was immediately dazzled by the southern light that was to become one of the principal subjects of his work. Corot never forgot these formative years, idealizing the landscapes he had studied in the open air as he recreated them later in his studio, such as ‘Souvenir du Lac d’Albano’ (before 1862). Later works herald impressionism, reminding the visitor that Corot was interested in the ever changing flow of time and atmospheric effects, painting the same motif at different times of day.

The exhibition presented here will display 45 works in total, by several School of Barbizon painters active after 1830 and by the small artists’ circle founded by Eugène Boudin in Honfleur around 1850, to which Courbet, Isabey and Jongkind belonged. Our exhibition will also display other excellent paintings from the museum’s collection of Impressionists, including works by Monet, Renoir, and Pissarro.

The full list of artists displayed in this exhibition is as follows: Antoine Barye, Jean-Victor Bertin, Eugène Boudin, Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot, Gustave Courbet, Charles-Francois Daubigny, Narcisse Virgille Diaz de la Peña, Jules Dupré, Henri-Joseph Harpignies, Charles Jacque, Stanislas Lépine, Georges Michel, Jean-Francois Millet, Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, Auguste-Francois Ravier, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Théodore Rousseau, Constant Troyon and Félix Ziem.

FREE ADMISSION courtesy of PNC Financial Services Group.

Image:  Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot (French, 1796 – 1875), La vasque de la Villa Médicis (Medici Fountain), After 1845, Oil on canvas, 7 1/16 × 11 1/4 in. © Musée des Beaux-Arts, Reims, Legacy Henry Marcel. Photo: C. Devleeschauwer

BASE Black Light Body Paint Art Show

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BASE: Body Art Showcase and Exhibit is one of the few places in world where guests can witness a body painting event of this magnitude. This body art show is centered around a black light theme and features a dozen professional body paint’s masterpieces. Artists and models come together to create a truly one-of-a-kind piece of art that only exists for the fleeting moments of one evening. Wear your best glow colors, you definitely do not want to miss this event!

$10 presale | $15 at the door
ages 18 and up only

Doors open promplty at 8 pm, no entry earlier.

Colorful Drinks by DRIP and food available for purchase inside.

Performers:
Video 4.0
Black Garter Dolls
Professional photography equipment requires a pass. Limited photographers tickets available. Cell phones and small handheld cameras are allowed.

Project Red: An Art Experience

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Miracle of Love’s signature fundraising event, Project Red infuses art, fashion and talent while bringing awareness of HIV/AIDS and the services of the agency. It is an art experience with a collaboration of artists working in diverse mediums expressing their interpretation of the color red.  Hosted by Gidget Galore.

July 27th, 2017

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Local Art Night

Thursday July 27, 2017 at 7:00 pm- 10:00 pm

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Local Art Night is back with new artists, performances and some of your previous favs! Sip some wine or grab a cocktail and check out all of the live art, art sales and performances!

Every Local Art Night is different and have been known to include:
Painting
Drawing
Sculpture
Mixed Media
Fire Painting
Dance Performances
Burlesque
Belly Dance
Live Music

There is no age restriction but please be aware that the art is not censored.

Name DRIP
Address 8747 International Dr Ste. 102
Town / City Orlando
Postal code 32819
Country United States
Category Arts
Sub-Categories Nightlife
Arts | Performing Arts | Dance
Organiser Name DRIP
Contact: DRIP
tickets@ilovedrip.com
347-855-3747

What Has Changed?

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In September 2016, the Orange County Library System partnered with local art-supply store Sam Flax for Paint Strong Orlando, an art show consisting of nearly 300 works of art made in response to the shooting at Pulse nightclub. All of the art supplies were donated by Sam Flax, and the artists were asked to create work that reflected the strength of the community. One year after the Pulse tragedy, the Library has again partnered with Sam Flax, this time to present a commemorative show reflecting on What Has Changed? The 100+ pieces that make up this exhibition can be seen at the Orlando Public Library through July.

Whoopi Goldberg

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Whoopi Goldberg returns to Ruth Eckerd Hall with her unique observations on current events and a wide variety of topics that are on her mind. Known throughout the world for her accomplishments as a performer, best–selling author, producer and humanitarian, Whoopi Goldberg is one of an elite group of artists who have won GRAMMY®, Academy®, Golden Globe®, Emmy® and Tony® awards.