The “Heathers” television reboot has found a new home overseas.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Paramount Network has sold the rights to the series internationally to HBO.
“Pose” has been renewed for a second season on FX following a history-making freshman season.
On view through May 13, 2018
Free Admission courtesy of PNC Financial Services Group
Ria Brodell: Devotion disrupts traditional narratives and offers multifaceted ways in which to experience the concept of devotion. While Brodell’s art stems from personal experience, the works in this exhibition allow for a nuanced rumination on gender and sexuality from both historical and contemporary contexts.
The exhibition includes works from the artist’s series, Butch Heroes and The Handsome & The Holy. Butch Heroes presents highly detailed paintings of historical subjects who challenged gender norms. The paintings incorporate the structure of Catholic prayer cards; the artist’s aesthetic approach is deeply informed by a Catholic upbringing. These meticulous paintings are accompanied by scholarly documentation of the subjects portrayed. In explaining the motivations of an earlier series, The Handsome & The Holy, the artist writes, “I am interested in the play between queer desire and the construction of gender identity as seen alongside my religious upbringing. This series of work attempts to catalog the influential, yet seemingly paradoxical, figures in my personal history.”
Featuring new and recent work by Brodell, this exhibition recontextualizes devotional imagery in the permanent collection of the Cornell Fine Arts Museum. Most significantly, Ria Brodell: Devotion allows for complex readings of gender in historic terms and through a religious framework. This exhibition, the artist’s first solo presentation at a museum, is accompanied by a brochure featuring an interview with the artist.
FREE ADMISSION courtesy of PNC Financial Services Group.
Image: Ria Brodell, Olga Nikolaevna Tsuberbiller, 1885–1975, Russia, Gouache on paper, 11 x 7 in., 2014, Courtesy of the artist and Gallery Kayafas
Join Sara Brown, Success & Beyond Life Coach, as she kicks off the Goal Getter event series with an inspiring vision board workshop. Learn the secret to activating your aspirations and manifesting your ideal life through goal setting and intentional visualization. Seating is limited. Registration required. To register visit ocls.info or call 407.835.7323.
Join us for this workshop series at Maitland Public Library to discover the Art of reducing and living smaller. Creating a smaller footprint, saving money and living your dreams.
This is the first Workshop in a series of 4. At the end, you should have your own strategy and plan to get your life back on track with less stress.
Workshop is FREE to the public.
Students meet each week to prepare for the U.S. Naturalization (Citizenship) Test and Interview. To be eligible for U.S. Naturalization, you must be able to read, write and speak basic English. This series is for adult learners and is free to Orange County district resident cardholders, fee cardholders and Orange County Property Owner cardholders. Registration is required. Register online at ocls.info/citizenship or call 407.835.7323.
The politics of elimination – embodied in nativism, white supremacism, and similar authoritarian ideologies – have long been part of the American political fabric, but in recent years have come bubbling forward in the wave of hate-crime incidents associated with the 2016 election, as well as mass killings such as those in Charleston, S.C., and at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando. Historically fueled by dehumanizing rhetoric and belief systems, eliminationism has become a common theme in rising right-wing ideologies around the globe, spread especially through the phenomenon of online radicalization, both among Islamist radicals and alt-right white nationalists. Neiwert’s talk will explore this history, and suggest ways of countering the spread of this kind of hate.
David Neiwert is a Seattle-based freelance journalist and blogger. He received the National Press Club Award for Distinguished Online Journalism in 2000 for a domestic terrorism series he produced for MSNBC.com. He edited the political blog Crooks And Liars from 2008-2012. He is currently a contributing writer for the Southern Poverty Law Center’s blog, Hatewatch. His book, And Hell Followed With Her: Crossing the Dark Side of the American Border, won the 2014 International Latino Book Award for general nonfiction. His forthcoming book, Alt-America: The Rise and Unreal World of the Radical Right, will be published in June 2017 by Verso Press.
DoveCote welcomes Halter Ranch Vineyard to Orlando for their next pairing dinner series. 4 courses + 5 wines. Halter Ranch Director of Sales Gene Zimmerman will introduce the wines.
RSVP: (407) 930-1700, email@example.com
OYSTER COLD BOWL
Avocado, Cucumber, Celery, Agua Fresca
HALTER RANCH VINEYARD GRENACHE BLANC 2015
GNOCCHI “A LA VODKA”
Smoked Salmon, Tomato Confit, Horseradish
HALTER RANCH VINEYARD “CDP” (COTES DE PASO) 2013
DRY RUBBED & SLOW ROASTED CLEAR CREEK WAGYU BEEF BRISKET
Confit Potatoes, Trumpets, Bone Marrow, Bordelaise
HALTER RANCH VINEYARD CABERNET SAUVIGNON 2014
Vanilla, Caramelized Sugar
HALTER RANCH VINEYARD VIN DE PAILLE 2010
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone™ In Concert
with the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra
Show date: Saturday – Sunday, Feb. 18 – 19, 2017
Show times vary
Tickets start at $45.00
Walt Disney Theater
The Harry Potter™ film series is one of those once-in-a-lifetime cultural phenomena that continues to delight millions of fans around the world. This concert will feature the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra performing every note from Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone™. Audiences will be able to relive the magic of the film in high-definition on a giant screen while hearing the orchestra perform John Williams’ unforgettable score.
HARRY POTTER characters, names and related indicia are © & ™ Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. Harry Potter Publishing Rights © JKR. (s16)
Show date: Thursday, February 16, 2017
Show time: 8 p.m.
Tickets start at $45.00
Walt Disney Theater
Hailing from Utah, The Piano Guys became an Internet sensation by way of their immensely successful series of strikingly original self-made music videos. They’ve made over 35 since joining forces in early 2011, including their hit video, an innovative 10-handed version of One Direction’s “What Makes You Beautiful.” But it’s the Guys’ highly original blend of classical music with pop that has really been the cause of an Internet phenomenon that brought them to their major label self-titled debut album released on Sony Music Masterworks in 2012. This release was followed by their sophomore album, The Piano Guys 2, then A Family Christmas, Wonders, and recently released The Piano Guys Live! album.
Following the success of his critically-acclaimed sold-out Lincoln Center concert event on May 2, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Icon Steven Tyler is bringing STEVEN TYLER…OUT ON A LIMB across the country for a limited-run 19-city North American solo tour, which includes the only Florida stop at Ruth Eckerd Hall on Monday, August 29 at 8 pm.
STEVEN TYLER…OUT ON A LIMB brings the legendary frontman to a series of intimate venues for a once-in-a-lifetime evening with rock royalty. Backed by his Nashville-based band, Loving Mary, the GRAMMY® Award-winning Tyler gets up-close-and-personal like never before as he shares his real-life heartaches, trials and tribulations from his piano upbringing to worldwide fame and life with his band. In a time-traveling musical journey that spans his career, the industry Icon does not hold back as he recounts in-depth stories of his life from his musical ancestors in Calabria, Italy all the way to Route 440 and Nashville’s country music. Directed by award-winning director, Brett Ratner, the intimate concert performance STEVEN TYLER…OUT ON A LIMB first premiered at Lincoln Center’s David Geffen Hall as a benefit for Tyler’s philanthropic initiative, Janie’s Fund.
PRESENTATION IN OMA’S SUNTRUST AUDITORIUM – 1-2PM
Join Noelle Mason, winner of the 2016 Florida Prize in Contemporary Art, as she shares insights about her work. Mason is a Tampa-based artist who uses embroidery and tapestry weaving to create her jarring artworks, which expose systems of political and social power. Noelle has selections from two bodies of work currently on view in the OMA galleries – one series that analyzes the politics of the US-Mexico border, and another that interprets imagery and evidence from the 1999 Columbine massacre.
This presentation is FREE to the public!
STITCH ‘N BITCH WORKSHOP – 2-3:30PM
Following her lecture, artist Noelle Mason will host a Stitch ‘n Bitch where participants are encouraged to bring their in-progress needlework and enjoy casual conversation while they work. Come for community, creativity and conversation. Light refreshments will be served.
$5 per person. Payable at the door.