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Call to artists for upcoming art on the green 2014 exhibition

February 25, 2014
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Call to artists for upcoming art on the green 2014 exhibition

The City of Winter Park and the Winter Park Public Art Advisory Board have announced a call to artists for the upcoming Art on the Green 2014 exhibition. It’s essentially an installation of sculptures in Winter Park’s Central Park that lasts from September to March of next year. The entries will be judged and...
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Someone call the Lorax

January 10, 2014
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Someone call the Lorax

As seen below, another giant oak has been removed from Orlando’s shrinking tree canopy. One of the results of Hurricane Charlie and Friends (great band name) was that a lot of the area’s mature trees were sent into a botanical PTSD as they were literally rocked down to their foundations. Coupled with changes in...
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Urban Art Museum debuts on Mills Avenue

November 19, 2013
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Urban Art Museum debuts on Mills Avenue

On Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2013, the first outdoor artwork in Orlando’s new Urban Art Museum was unveiled at 932 North Mills Ave. The backlit metal wall sculpture was created by artist Marcos Cruz, with technical assistance from Abbott Electrical, and fills a formerly filthy 9″ wide gap between Tako Cheena and Saya Couture. The...
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Micro/Macro: An Installation of Sculpture by Joshua Almond opens at Crealdé

January 11, 2013
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Micro/Macro: An Installation of Sculpture by Joshua Almond opens at Crealdé

Joshua Almond’s sculpture, on display at Crealdé School of Art through March 9, plays on that visual dichotomy with allusions to both biological and geological formations.
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