Archive for the ‘Arts and Culture’ Category

Performing Arts Preview

What’s upcoming from performing arts organizations this season. Opera Orlando Opera Orlando’s 2021-22 MainStage performances celebrate one of opera’s greats: Giuseppe Verdi. The Company kicks off its season with his beloved classic La Traviata on the MainStage at Dr. Phillips Center. Conductor Stephanie Rhodes Russell makes her Opera Orlando debut with artistic director Grant Preisser Read More…

SNAP! ORLANDO PRESENTS THE VAN GOGH AFFECT

The exhibition begins with visual material that was created by Lynn Johnson for National Geographic Magazine almost 25 years ago. Those images, many of which have never been seen, give this exhibit its foundational form. Simultaneously contemplating and reaffirming Van Gogh’s resounding posthumous influence over art and culture of the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries Read More…

Frontyard Festival

There is a novel new way to enjoy live concerts and entertainment with food and drink at the Frontyard Festival presented by AdventHealth at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Art’s Seneff Plaza. Launched in December the socially distanced program is scheduled to go on through the spring. “The big idea is to use Read More…

Four Seasons Resort Orlando Connects at Home

While many Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World Resort team members have been following governmental guidance and staying at home over the past couple of months, their talents remain sharp, as the chefs are actively cooking in their home kitchens and gardening fresh herbs in their backyards, and spa therapists are focused on self-care and Read More…

Polasek Museum Winter Exhibition

The Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens is pleased to announce its winter exhibition, Venetian Canals of Winter Park: The Art of Don Sondag. The exhibition will run from December 10 to April 12, 2020. Venetian Canals explores the history of Winter Park and why it was called the “Venice of North America” through archival Read More…

Home for the Holidays

Find fresh inspiration and your festive spirit at these local holiday home tours and special events.   Festival of Trees November 16 – 24, 10am – 5pm, daily  Inspiration abounds at the annual Festival of Trees, presented by Council of 101, at the Orlando Museum of Art. Now in its 33rd year, this holiday favorite features sparkling trees, vignettes Read More…

Fun for All at Festival of Trees

Filled with twinkling lights and glittering trees, the Orlando Museum of Art is a spectacle to see during the Festival of Trees. This long-standing, now in its 32nd year, fundraiser for the Museum remains popular because each year there’s a new theme and crop of Christmas trees. Presented by Council of 101, this year’s event Read More…

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Performing Arts Preview

Summer is the perfect time to plan for all the wonderful performances taking the stage in the fall and spring. Even better, many of our local arts organizations offer subscriptions with premium seating and discounted tickets to their performance series. Orlando Shakes’ 30th Anniversary Season Founded in 1989, Orlando Shakespeare Theater (Orlando Shakes) in Partnership Read More…

Without the Music…

It’s easy to take for granted all the wonderful arts organizations and their offerings. Metro Orlando has no shortage of performances, including all types of plays, dance and music. But one of the most revered groups was almost lost when the Florida Symphony Orchestra had to shut its doors due to a lack of funding. Read More…