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Friday, July 1, 2011
Where: Crealde School of Art
Friday, July 1, 2011
31st Annual Student Show and Annual Meeting at Crealdé on June 10
Crealdé students are preparing their artwork for submission to Crealdé's 31st Annual Juried Student Show, which will be on display at the Alice and Williams Jenkins Gallery from June 10 to August 31st, 2011. This is the highlight of Crealdé's year, as students showcase their finest work to the community. Guest jurors will select an assortment of artworks in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and photography, created by a dedicated group of students, Fellows, and Studio Artists who attended Crealdé in 2010 and 2011. Many of the pieces will be for sale. Students will be awarded recognition in the form of prizes, certificates, and ribbons, and one purchase award. The opening reception for the Juried Student Show will be held in the Alice and William Jenkins Gallery on Friday, June 10th from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.
The Annual Membership Meeting will coincide with the opening reception, from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery on Crealdé's main campus. The meeting offers a chance to celebrate the year in review and includes the Annual Report presentation, as well as recognition awards for faculty, volunteers, and community supporters. In addition, Crealdé members will elect the new volunteer Board of Directors. This is an opportunity to hear from the people who use their creativity, ingenuity, and heart to make Crealdé School of Art possible. Executive Director Peter Schreyer and President of the Board David McLeod will report on the state of Crealdé as well as future plans.

Where: Showalter Hughes Community Gallery
Friday, July 1, 2011
At the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery May 6 to August 6
Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida
From May 6 to August 6, 2011 in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery, be sure to see the exhibit Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida. Storytellers XIV is a photographic outreach program by Crealdé School of Art produced in partnership with the Hope CommUnity Center in Apopka, and St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Mt. Dora. Using words and pictures, young photographers from Central Florida's diverse communities give us insight into their changing worlds.
This year the participants are from the rural communities of Zellwood, Sorrento and Mt. Dora, including: Fernando Balderas, Marla Balderas, Arcadio Espinoza, Chastity Espinoza, Pablo Garcia, Bianca Orozco, Elexia Orozco, Maria Ramirez, Vincente Rodriguez, Alfonso Sanchez, Erika Sauceda, and Maurilio Sauceda. They were instructed by photographer Anna Maria Jannotti and assistant Brian David Becker.
A PUBLIC RECEPTION will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery at Crealdé School of Art. Meet the young photographers and enjoy a dance performance by Sin Fronteras, "Without Borders," during the reception; refreshments and Mexican finger foods provided.
A brief history of the Storytellers program: Since the establishment of the program in 1996 by Crealdé's Executive Director Peter Schreyer, young artists from diverse Central Florida communities have been introduced to storytelling through black and white photography, sharing their unique vision of community, family, and place in history. Students learned to use professional 35mm cameras, allowing them to complete assignments and field trips to tell the story of their everyday lives. They developed their film and learned how to print their own photographs in Crealdé's darkroom facilities. They gathered information about their subjects and worked with instructors to develop picture ideas. In 2010, Storytellers had shifted to the use of digital-SLR cameras as well as computerized editing software. Over the course of the program, students can now learn digital shooting techniques, caption-writing, and photo-editing basics. Storytellers XIV is the second group to use the digital photography lab at Crealdé's Hannibal Square Heritage Center. The lab was established in 2009 thanks to a generous grant from the Community Foundation of Central Florida.
Throughout its existence, the Storytellers program has been funded by a wide range of private foundations and community partners. Past community partners have included BETA Center, the Boys & Girls Club, and the Winter Park Community Center. Travelling exhibitions of Storytellers have been organized by Crealdé, touring Central Florida libraries and community centers, including a showing in the Supreme Court building at our state capital in Tallahassee. In addition, this project has been featured on two covers of Florida Magazine and was voted Best Arts Collaboration in 2000 by United Arts of Central Florida.
Storytellers XIV was funded through a grant from the St. Margaret Mary Outreach Fund, with additional support from Crealdé member Melodi Roberts.
Caption for The Offerings: Here is one of many symbols that are brought to the altar to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe. This tradition happens on December 12th. I have never participated in carrying the symbols, but would love to do it some year. A lot of people go to this celebration and I like going as well. -Pablo Garcia, Storytellers XIV

For more information, call:
Crealdé School of Art: (407) 671-1886 www.crealde.org; open M-Th. 9-4, Fri. & Sat. 9-1.
Heritage Center: (407) 539-2680 www.hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org , open Tu.-Th. 12-4, F 12-5, Sat. 10-2.



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Where: Maitland Historical Museum
Friday, July 1, 2011
Maitland History Illustrated: Works by Dawn Schreiner
April 21 - November 1, 2011
We Make History Community Gallery
In this exhibition, artist Dawn Schreiner creates her own interpretations from the history of Maitland, drawn and painted from source material at the Maitland Historical Museum.


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Where: Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens
Friday, July 1, 2011
Two Generations - Two Visions
May 17 - July 10, 2011
Artists Arthur and Sam Jones (father and son respectively) share the same bloodline, the same history and the same artistic spirit. Their distinctly different approaches to art are highlighted in their first-ever dual exhibit, featuring Arthur Jones' wood sculptures and Sam Jones' paintings and mixed media pieces.

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Where: Maitland Art Center
Friday, July 1, 2011
The Confident Line: Henry Patrick Raleigh
May 14 - September 11, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 14 6p.m. -8p.m.
Henry Patrick Raleigh (1880-1944) spent decades navigating high society and portraying opulent life as one of America's highest paid illustrators. He took his first job as a sketch artist for the San Francisco Examiner. While there, publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst noticed his talent and encouraged him to move to New York City.
Raleigh continued newspaper work while also creating illustrations for iconic publications such as Harper's Bazaar, The Saturday Evening Post, Vanity Fair and Colliers. Some of the greatest writers of the day, including F. Scott Fitzgerald, sought after Raleigh. Fitzgerald even wrote a fan letter saying, "Honestly, I think they're the best illustrations I've ever seen!"
Raleigh led a small pack of illustrators in this time called the "Golden Age of American Illustration." Improvements in printing technology freed illustrators to experiment with color and bold draftsmanship. His "confident line" created a portrait of American aspirations.
Art and History Museums, Maitland is proud to exhibit a selection from the Raleigh Archive, courtesy of collectors Kate and Chris Raleigh.
For more information visit www.artandhistory.org


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Saturday, July 2, 2011
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Where: Crealde School of Art
Saturday, July 2, 2011
31st Annual Student Show and Annual Meeting at Crealdé on June 10
Crealdé students are preparing their artwork for submission to Crealdé's 31st Annual Juried Student Show, which will be on display at the Alice and Williams Jenkins Gallery from June 10 to August 31st, 2011. This is the highlight of Crealdé's year, as students showcase their finest work to the community. Guest jurors will select an assortment of artworks in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and photography, created by a dedicated group of students, Fellows, and Studio Artists who attended Crealdé in 2010 and 2011. Many of the pieces will be for sale. Students will be awarded recognition in the form of prizes, certificates, and ribbons, and one purchase award. The opening reception for the Juried Student Show will be held in the Alice and William Jenkins Gallery on Friday, June 10th from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.
The Annual Membership Meeting will coincide with the opening reception, from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery on Crealdé's main campus. The meeting offers a chance to celebrate the year in review and includes the Annual Report presentation, as well as recognition awards for faculty, volunteers, and community supporters. In addition, Crealdé members will elect the new volunteer Board of Directors. This is an opportunity to hear from the people who use their creativity, ingenuity, and heart to make Crealdé School of Art possible. Executive Director Peter Schreyer and President of the Board David McLeod will report on the state of Crealdé as well as future plans.

Where: Showalter Hughes Community Gallery
Saturday, July 2, 2011
At the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery May 6 to August 6
Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida
From May 6 to August 6, 2011 in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery, be sure to see the exhibit Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida. Storytellers XIV is a photographic outreach program by Crealdé School of Art produced in partnership with the Hope CommUnity Center in Apopka, and St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Mt. Dora. Using words and pictures, young photographers from Central Florida's diverse communities give us insight into their changing worlds.
This year the participants are from the rural communities of Zellwood, Sorrento and Mt. Dora, including: Fernando Balderas, Marla Balderas, Arcadio Espinoza, Chastity Espinoza, Pablo Garcia, Bianca Orozco, Elexia Orozco, Maria Ramirez, Vincente Rodriguez, Alfonso Sanchez, Erika Sauceda, and Maurilio Sauceda. They were instructed by photographer Anna Maria Jannotti and assistant Brian David Becker.
A PUBLIC RECEPTION will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery at Crealdé School of Art. Meet the young photographers and enjoy a dance performance by Sin Fronteras, "Without Borders," during the reception; refreshments and Mexican finger foods provided.
A brief history of the Storytellers program: Since the establishment of the program in 1996 by Crealdé's Executive Director Peter Schreyer, young artists from diverse Central Florida communities have been introduced to storytelling through black and white photography, sharing their unique vision of community, family, and place in history. Students learned to use professional 35mm cameras, allowing them to complete assignments and field trips to tell the story of their everyday lives. They developed their film and learned how to print their own photographs in Crealdé's darkroom facilities. They gathered information about their subjects and worked with instructors to develop picture ideas. In 2010, Storytellers had shifted to the use of digital-SLR cameras as well as computerized editing software. Over the course of the program, students can now learn digital shooting techniques, caption-writing, and photo-editing basics. Storytellers XIV is the second group to use the digital photography lab at Crealdé's Hannibal Square Heritage Center. The lab was established in 2009 thanks to a generous grant from the Community Foundation of Central Florida.
Throughout its existence, the Storytellers program has been funded by a wide range of private foundations and community partners. Past community partners have included BETA Center, the Boys & Girls Club, and the Winter Park Community Center. Travelling exhibitions of Storytellers have been organized by Crealdé, touring Central Florida libraries and community centers, including a showing in the Supreme Court building at our state capital in Tallahassee. In addition, this project has been featured on two covers of Florida Magazine and was voted Best Arts Collaboration in 2000 by United Arts of Central Florida.
Storytellers XIV was funded through a grant from the St. Margaret Mary Outreach Fund, with additional support from Crealdé member Melodi Roberts.
Caption for The Offerings: Here is one of many symbols that are brought to the altar to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe. This tradition happens on December 12th. I have never participated in carrying the symbols, but would love to do it some year. A lot of people go to this celebration and I like going as well. -Pablo Garcia, Storytellers XIV

For more information, call:
Crealdé School of Art: (407) 671-1886 www.crealde.org; open M-Th. 9-4, Fri. & Sat. 9-1.
Heritage Center: (407) 539-2680 www.hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org , open Tu.-Th. 12-4, F 12-5, Sat. 10-2.



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Where: Maitland Historical Museum
Saturday, July 2, 2011
Maitland History Illustrated: Works by Dawn Schreiner
April 21 - November 1, 2011
We Make History Community Gallery
In this exhibition, artist Dawn Schreiner creates her own interpretations from the history of Maitland, drawn and painted from source material at the Maitland Historical Museum.


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Where: Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens
Saturday, July 2, 2011
Two Generations - Two Visions
May 17 - July 10, 2011
Artists Arthur and Sam Jones (father and son respectively) share the same bloodline, the same history and the same artistic spirit. Their distinctly different approaches to art are highlighted in their first-ever dual exhibit, featuring Arthur Jones' wood sculptures and Sam Jones' paintings and mixed media pieces.

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Where: Maitland Art Center
Saturday, July 2, 2011
The Confident Line: Henry Patrick Raleigh
May 14 - September 11, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 14 6p.m. -8p.m.
Henry Patrick Raleigh (1880-1944) spent decades navigating high society and portraying opulent life as one of America's highest paid illustrators. He took his first job as a sketch artist for the San Francisco Examiner. While there, publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst noticed his talent and encouraged him to move to New York City.
Raleigh continued newspaper work while also creating illustrations for iconic publications such as Harper's Bazaar, The Saturday Evening Post, Vanity Fair and Colliers. Some of the greatest writers of the day, including F. Scott Fitzgerald, sought after Raleigh. Fitzgerald even wrote a fan letter saying, "Honestly, I think they're the best illustrations I've ever seen!"
Raleigh led a small pack of illustrators in this time called the "Golden Age of American Illustration." Improvements in printing technology freed illustrators to experiment with color and bold draftsmanship. His "confident line" created a portrait of American aspirations.
Art and History Museums, Maitland is proud to exhibit a selection from the Raleigh Archive, courtesy of collectors Kate and Chris Raleigh.
For more information visit www.artandhistory.org


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Sunday, July 3, 2011
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Where: Crealde School of Art
Sunday, July 3, 2011
31st Annual Student Show and Annual Meeting at Crealdé on June 10
Crealdé students are preparing their artwork for submission to Crealdé's 31st Annual Juried Student Show, which will be on display at the Alice and Williams Jenkins Gallery from June 10 to August 31st, 2011. This is the highlight of Crealdé's year, as students showcase their finest work to the community. Guest jurors will select an assortment of artworks in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and photography, created by a dedicated group of students, Fellows, and Studio Artists who attended Crealdé in 2010 and 2011. Many of the pieces will be for sale. Students will be awarded recognition in the form of prizes, certificates, and ribbons, and one purchase award. The opening reception for the Juried Student Show will be held in the Alice and William Jenkins Gallery on Friday, June 10th from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.
The Annual Membership Meeting will coincide with the opening reception, from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery on Crealdé's main campus. The meeting offers a chance to celebrate the year in review and includes the Annual Report presentation, as well as recognition awards for faculty, volunteers, and community supporters. In addition, Crealdé members will elect the new volunteer Board of Directors. This is an opportunity to hear from the people who use their creativity, ingenuity, and heart to make Crealdé School of Art possible. Executive Director Peter Schreyer and President of the Board David McLeod will report on the state of Crealdé as well as future plans.

Where: Showalter Hughes Community Gallery
Sunday, July 3, 2011
At the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery May 6 to August 6
Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida
From May 6 to August 6, 2011 in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery, be sure to see the exhibit Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida. Storytellers XIV is a photographic outreach program by Crealdé School of Art produced in partnership with the Hope CommUnity Center in Apopka, and St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Mt. Dora. Using words and pictures, young photographers from Central Florida's diverse communities give us insight into their changing worlds.
This year the participants are from the rural communities of Zellwood, Sorrento and Mt. Dora, including: Fernando Balderas, Marla Balderas, Arcadio Espinoza, Chastity Espinoza, Pablo Garcia, Bianca Orozco, Elexia Orozco, Maria Ramirez, Vincente Rodriguez, Alfonso Sanchez, Erika Sauceda, and Maurilio Sauceda. They were instructed by photographer Anna Maria Jannotti and assistant Brian David Becker.
A PUBLIC RECEPTION will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery at Crealdé School of Art. Meet the young photographers and enjoy a dance performance by Sin Fronteras, "Without Borders," during the reception; refreshments and Mexican finger foods provided.
A brief history of the Storytellers program: Since the establishment of the program in 1996 by Crealdé's Executive Director Peter Schreyer, young artists from diverse Central Florida communities have been introduced to storytelling through black and white photography, sharing their unique vision of community, family, and place in history. Students learned to use professional 35mm cameras, allowing them to complete assignments and field trips to tell the story of their everyday lives. They developed their film and learned how to print their own photographs in Crealdé's darkroom facilities. They gathered information about their subjects and worked with instructors to develop picture ideas. In 2010, Storytellers had shifted to the use of digital-SLR cameras as well as computerized editing software. Over the course of the program, students can now learn digital shooting techniques, caption-writing, and photo-editing basics. Storytellers XIV is the second group to use the digital photography lab at Crealdé's Hannibal Square Heritage Center. The lab was established in 2009 thanks to a generous grant from the Community Foundation of Central Florida.
Throughout its existence, the Storytellers program has been funded by a wide range of private foundations and community partners. Past community partners have included BETA Center, the Boys & Girls Club, and the Winter Park Community Center. Travelling exhibitions of Storytellers have been organized by Crealdé, touring Central Florida libraries and community centers, including a showing in the Supreme Court building at our state capital in Tallahassee. In addition, this project has been featured on two covers of Florida Magazine and was voted Best Arts Collaboration in 2000 by United Arts of Central Florida.
Storytellers XIV was funded through a grant from the St. Margaret Mary Outreach Fund, with additional support from Crealdé member Melodi Roberts.
Caption for The Offerings: Here is one of many symbols that are brought to the altar to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe. This tradition happens on December 12th. I have never participated in carrying the symbols, but would love to do it some year. A lot of people go to this celebration and I like going as well. -Pablo Garcia, Storytellers XIV

For more information, call:
Crealdé School of Art: (407) 671-1886 www.crealde.org; open M-Th. 9-4, Fri. & Sat. 9-1.
Heritage Center: (407) 539-2680 www.hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org , open Tu.-Th. 12-4, F 12-5, Sat. 10-2.



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Where: Maitland Historical Museum
Sunday, July 3, 2011
Maitland History Illustrated: Works by Dawn Schreiner
April 21 - November 1, 2011
We Make History Community Gallery
In this exhibition, artist Dawn Schreiner creates her own interpretations from the history of Maitland, drawn and painted from source material at the Maitland Historical Museum.


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Where: Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens
Sunday, July 3, 2011
Two Generations - Two Visions
May 17 - July 10, 2011
Artists Arthur and Sam Jones (father and son respectively) share the same bloodline, the same history and the same artistic spirit. Their distinctly different approaches to art are highlighted in their first-ever dual exhibit, featuring Arthur Jones' wood sculptures and Sam Jones' paintings and mixed media pieces.

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Where: Maitland Art Center
Sunday, July 3, 2011
The Confident Line: Henry Patrick Raleigh
May 14 - September 11, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 14 6p.m. -8p.m.
Henry Patrick Raleigh (1880-1944) spent decades navigating high society and portraying opulent life as one of America's highest paid illustrators. He took his first job as a sketch artist for the San Francisco Examiner. While there, publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst noticed his talent and encouraged him to move to New York City.
Raleigh continued newspaper work while also creating illustrations for iconic publications such as Harper's Bazaar, The Saturday Evening Post, Vanity Fair and Colliers. Some of the greatest writers of the day, including F. Scott Fitzgerald, sought after Raleigh. Fitzgerald even wrote a fan letter saying, "Honestly, I think they're the best illustrations I've ever seen!"
Raleigh led a small pack of illustrators in this time called the "Golden Age of American Illustration." Improvements in printing technology freed illustrators to experiment with color and bold draftsmanship. His "confident line" created a portrait of American aspirations.
Art and History Museums, Maitland is proud to exhibit a selection from the Raleigh Archive, courtesy of collectors Kate and Chris Raleigh.
For more information visit www.artandhistory.org


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Monday, July 4, 2011
Independence Day
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Where: Crealde School of Art
Monday, July 4, 2011
31st Annual Student Show and Annual Meeting at Crealdé on June 10
Crealdé students are preparing their artwork for submission to Crealdé's 31st Annual Juried Student Show, which will be on display at the Alice and Williams Jenkins Gallery from June 10 to August 31st, 2011. This is the highlight of Crealdé's year, as students showcase their finest work to the community. Guest jurors will select an assortment of artworks in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and photography, created by a dedicated group of students, Fellows, and Studio Artists who attended Crealdé in 2010 and 2011. Many of the pieces will be for sale. Students will be awarded recognition in the form of prizes, certificates, and ribbons, and one purchase award. The opening reception for the Juried Student Show will be held in the Alice and William Jenkins Gallery on Friday, June 10th from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.
The Annual Membership Meeting will coincide with the opening reception, from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery on Crealdé's main campus. The meeting offers a chance to celebrate the year in review and includes the Annual Report presentation, as well as recognition awards for faculty, volunteers, and community supporters. In addition, Crealdé members will elect the new volunteer Board of Directors. This is an opportunity to hear from the people who use their creativity, ingenuity, and heart to make Crealdé School of Art possible. Executive Director Peter Schreyer and President of the Board David McLeod will report on the state of Crealdé as well as future plans.

Where: Showalter Hughes Community Gallery
Monday, July 4, 2011
At the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery May 6 to August 6
Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida
From May 6 to August 6, 2011 in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery, be sure to see the exhibit Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida. Storytellers XIV is a photographic outreach program by Crealdé School of Art produced in partnership with the Hope CommUnity Center in Apopka, and St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Mt. Dora. Using words and pictures, young photographers from Central Florida's diverse communities give us insight into their changing worlds.
This year the participants are from the rural communities of Zellwood, Sorrento and Mt. Dora, including: Fernando Balderas, Marla Balderas, Arcadio Espinoza, Chastity Espinoza, Pablo Garcia, Bianca Orozco, Elexia Orozco, Maria Ramirez, Vincente Rodriguez, Alfonso Sanchez, Erika Sauceda, and Maurilio Sauceda. They were instructed by photographer Anna Maria Jannotti and assistant Brian David Becker.
A PUBLIC RECEPTION will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery at Crealdé School of Art. Meet the young photographers and enjoy a dance performance by Sin Fronteras, "Without Borders," during the reception; refreshments and Mexican finger foods provided.
A brief history of the Storytellers program: Since the establishment of the program in 1996 by Crealdé's Executive Director Peter Schreyer, young artists from diverse Central Florida communities have been introduced to storytelling through black and white photography, sharing their unique vision of community, family, and place in history. Students learned to use professional 35mm cameras, allowing them to complete assignments and field trips to tell the story of their everyday lives. They developed their film and learned how to print their own photographs in Crealdé's darkroom facilities. They gathered information about their subjects and worked with instructors to develop picture ideas. In 2010, Storytellers had shifted to the use of digital-SLR cameras as well as computerized editing software. Over the course of the program, students can now learn digital shooting techniques, caption-writing, and photo-editing basics. Storytellers XIV is the second group to use the digital photography lab at Crealdé's Hannibal Square Heritage Center. The lab was established in 2009 thanks to a generous grant from the Community Foundation of Central Florida.
Throughout its existence, the Storytellers program has been funded by a wide range of private foundations and community partners. Past community partners have included BETA Center, the Boys & Girls Club, and the Winter Park Community Center. Travelling exhibitions of Storytellers have been organized by Crealdé, touring Central Florida libraries and community centers, including a showing in the Supreme Court building at our state capital in Tallahassee. In addition, this project has been featured on two covers of Florida Magazine and was voted Best Arts Collaboration in 2000 by United Arts of Central Florida.
Storytellers XIV was funded through a grant from the St. Margaret Mary Outreach Fund, with additional support from Crealdé member Melodi Roberts.
Caption for The Offerings: Here is one of many symbols that are brought to the altar to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe. This tradition happens on December 12th. I have never participated in carrying the symbols, but would love to do it some year. A lot of people go to this celebration and I like going as well. -Pablo Garcia, Storytellers XIV

For more information, call:
Crealdé School of Art: (407) 671-1886 www.crealde.org; open M-Th. 9-4, Fri. & Sat. 9-1.
Heritage Center: (407) 539-2680 www.hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org , open Tu.-Th. 12-4, F 12-5, Sat. 10-2.



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Where: Maitland Historical Museum
Monday, July 4, 2011
Maitland History Illustrated: Works by Dawn Schreiner
April 21 - November 1, 2011
We Make History Community Gallery
In this exhibition, artist Dawn Schreiner creates her own interpretations from the history of Maitland, drawn and painted from source material at the Maitland Historical Museum.


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Where: Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens
Monday, July 4, 2011
Two Generations - Two Visions
May 17 - July 10, 2011
Artists Arthur and Sam Jones (father and son respectively) share the same bloodline, the same history and the same artistic spirit. Their distinctly different approaches to art are highlighted in their first-ever dual exhibit, featuring Arthur Jones' wood sculptures and Sam Jones' paintings and mixed media pieces.

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Where: Maitland Art Center
Monday, July 4, 2011
The Confident Line: Henry Patrick Raleigh
May 14 - September 11, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 14 6p.m. -8p.m.
Henry Patrick Raleigh (1880-1944) spent decades navigating high society and portraying opulent life as one of America's highest paid illustrators. He took his first job as a sketch artist for the San Francisco Examiner. While there, publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst noticed his talent and encouraged him to move to New York City.
Raleigh continued newspaper work while also creating illustrations for iconic publications such as Harper's Bazaar, The Saturday Evening Post, Vanity Fair and Colliers. Some of the greatest writers of the day, including F. Scott Fitzgerald, sought after Raleigh. Fitzgerald even wrote a fan letter saying, "Honestly, I think they're the best illustrations I've ever seen!"
Raleigh led a small pack of illustrators in this time called the "Golden Age of American Illustration." Improvements in printing technology freed illustrators to experiment with color and bold draftsmanship. His "confident line" created a portrait of American aspirations.
Art and History Museums, Maitland is proud to exhibit a selection from the Raleigh Archive, courtesy of collectors Kate and Chris Raleigh.
For more information visit www.artandhistory.org


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Tuesday, July 5, 2011
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Where: Crealde School of Art
Tuesday, July 5, 2011
31st Annual Student Show and Annual Meeting at Crealdé on June 10
Crealdé students are preparing their artwork for submission to Crealdé's 31st Annual Juried Student Show, which will be on display at the Alice and Williams Jenkins Gallery from June 10 to August 31st, 2011. This is the highlight of Crealdé's year, as students showcase their finest work to the community. Guest jurors will select an assortment of artworks in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and photography, created by a dedicated group of students, Fellows, and Studio Artists who attended Crealdé in 2010 and 2011. Many of the pieces will be for sale. Students will be awarded recognition in the form of prizes, certificates, and ribbons, and one purchase award. The opening reception for the Juried Student Show will be held in the Alice and William Jenkins Gallery on Friday, June 10th from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.
The Annual Membership Meeting will coincide with the opening reception, from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery on Crealdé's main campus. The meeting offers a chance to celebrate the year in review and includes the Annual Report presentation, as well as recognition awards for faculty, volunteers, and community supporters. In addition, Crealdé members will elect the new volunteer Board of Directors. This is an opportunity to hear from the people who use their creativity, ingenuity, and heart to make Crealdé School of Art possible. Executive Director Peter Schreyer and President of the Board David McLeod will report on the state of Crealdé as well as future plans.

Where: Showalter Hughes Community Gallery
Tuesday, July 5, 2011
At the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery May 6 to August 6
Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida
From May 6 to August 6, 2011 in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery, be sure to see the exhibit Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida. Storytellers XIV is a photographic outreach program by Crealdé School of Art produced in partnership with the Hope CommUnity Center in Apopka, and St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Mt. Dora. Using words and pictures, young photographers from Central Florida's diverse communities give us insight into their changing worlds.
This year the participants are from the rural communities of Zellwood, Sorrento and Mt. Dora, including: Fernando Balderas, Marla Balderas, Arcadio Espinoza, Chastity Espinoza, Pablo Garcia, Bianca Orozco, Elexia Orozco, Maria Ramirez, Vincente Rodriguez, Alfonso Sanchez, Erika Sauceda, and Maurilio Sauceda. They were instructed by photographer Anna Maria Jannotti and assistant Brian David Becker.
A PUBLIC RECEPTION will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery at Crealdé School of Art. Meet the young photographers and enjoy a dance performance by Sin Fronteras, "Without Borders," during the reception; refreshments and Mexican finger foods provided.
A brief history of the Storytellers program: Since the establishment of the program in 1996 by Crealdé's Executive Director Peter Schreyer, young artists from diverse Central Florida communities have been introduced to storytelling through black and white photography, sharing their unique vision of community, family, and place in history. Students learned to use professional 35mm cameras, allowing them to complete assignments and field trips to tell the story of their everyday lives. They developed their film and learned how to print their own photographs in Crealdé's darkroom facilities. They gathered information about their subjects and worked with instructors to develop picture ideas. In 2010, Storytellers had shifted to the use of digital-SLR cameras as well as computerized editing software. Over the course of the program, students can now learn digital shooting techniques, caption-writing, and photo-editing basics. Storytellers XIV is the second group to use the digital photography lab at Crealdé's Hannibal Square Heritage Center. The lab was established in 2009 thanks to a generous grant from the Community Foundation of Central Florida.
Throughout its existence, the Storytellers program has been funded by a wide range of private foundations and community partners. Past community partners have included BETA Center, the Boys & Girls Club, and the Winter Park Community Center. Travelling exhibitions of Storytellers have been organized by Crealdé, touring Central Florida libraries and community centers, including a showing in the Supreme Court building at our state capital in Tallahassee. In addition, this project has been featured on two covers of Florida Magazine and was voted Best Arts Collaboration in 2000 by United Arts of Central Florida.
Storytellers XIV was funded through a grant from the St. Margaret Mary Outreach Fund, with additional support from Crealdé member Melodi Roberts.
Caption for The Offerings: Here is one of many symbols that are brought to the altar to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe. This tradition happens on December 12th. I have never participated in carrying the symbols, but would love to do it some year. A lot of people go to this celebration and I like going as well. -Pablo Garcia, Storytellers XIV

For more information, call:
Crealdé School of Art: (407) 671-1886 www.crealde.org; open M-Th. 9-4, Fri. & Sat. 9-1.
Heritage Center: (407) 539-2680 www.hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org , open Tu.-Th. 12-4, F 12-5, Sat. 10-2.



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Where: Maitland Historical Museum
Tuesday, July 5, 2011
Maitland History Illustrated: Works by Dawn Schreiner
April 21 - November 1, 2011
We Make History Community Gallery
In this exhibition, artist Dawn Schreiner creates her own interpretations from the history of Maitland, drawn and painted from source material at the Maitland Historical Museum.


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Where: Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens
Tuesday, July 5, 2011
Two Generations - Two Visions
May 17 - July 10, 2011
Artists Arthur and Sam Jones (father and son respectively) share the same bloodline, the same history and the same artistic spirit. Their distinctly different approaches to art are highlighted in their first-ever dual exhibit, featuring Arthur Jones' wood sculptures and Sam Jones' paintings and mixed media pieces.

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Where: Maitland Art Center
Tuesday, July 5, 2011
The Confident Line: Henry Patrick Raleigh
May 14 - September 11, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 14 6p.m. -8p.m.
Henry Patrick Raleigh (1880-1944) spent decades navigating high society and portraying opulent life as one of America's highest paid illustrators. He took his first job as a sketch artist for the San Francisco Examiner. While there, publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst noticed his talent and encouraged him to move to New York City.
Raleigh continued newspaper work while also creating illustrations for iconic publications such as Harper's Bazaar, The Saturday Evening Post, Vanity Fair and Colliers. Some of the greatest writers of the day, including F. Scott Fitzgerald, sought after Raleigh. Fitzgerald even wrote a fan letter saying, "Honestly, I think they're the best illustrations I've ever seen!"
Raleigh led a small pack of illustrators in this time called the "Golden Age of American Illustration." Improvements in printing technology freed illustrators to experiment with color and bold draftsmanship. His "confident line" created a portrait of American aspirations.
Art and History Museums, Maitland is proud to exhibit a selection from the Raleigh Archive, courtesy of collectors Kate and Chris Raleigh.
For more information visit www.artandhistory.org


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Wednesday, July 6, 2011
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Where: Crealde School of Art
Wednesday, July 6, 2011
31st Annual Student Show and Annual Meeting at Crealdé on June 10
Crealdé students are preparing their artwork for submission to Crealdé's 31st Annual Juried Student Show, which will be on display at the Alice and Williams Jenkins Gallery from June 10 to August 31st, 2011. This is the highlight of Crealdé's year, as students showcase their finest work to the community. Guest jurors will select an assortment of artworks in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and photography, created by a dedicated group of students, Fellows, and Studio Artists who attended Crealdé in 2010 and 2011. Many of the pieces will be for sale. Students will be awarded recognition in the form of prizes, certificates, and ribbons, and one purchase award. The opening reception for the Juried Student Show will be held in the Alice and William Jenkins Gallery on Friday, June 10th from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.
The Annual Membership Meeting will coincide with the opening reception, from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery on Crealdé's main campus. The meeting offers a chance to celebrate the year in review and includes the Annual Report presentation, as well as recognition awards for faculty, volunteers, and community supporters. In addition, Crealdé members will elect the new volunteer Board of Directors. This is an opportunity to hear from the people who use their creativity, ingenuity, and heart to make Crealdé School of Art possible. Executive Director Peter Schreyer and President of the Board David McLeod will report on the state of Crealdé as well as future plans.

Where: Showalter Hughes Community Gallery
Wednesday, July 6, 2011
At the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery May 6 to August 6
Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida
From May 6 to August 6, 2011 in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery, be sure to see the exhibit Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida. Storytellers XIV is a photographic outreach program by Crealdé School of Art produced in partnership with the Hope CommUnity Center in Apopka, and St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Mt. Dora. Using words and pictures, young photographers from Central Florida's diverse communities give us insight into their changing worlds.
This year the participants are from the rural communities of Zellwood, Sorrento and Mt. Dora, including: Fernando Balderas, Marla Balderas, Arcadio Espinoza, Chastity Espinoza, Pablo Garcia, Bianca Orozco, Elexia Orozco, Maria Ramirez, Vincente Rodriguez, Alfonso Sanchez, Erika Sauceda, and Maurilio Sauceda. They were instructed by photographer Anna Maria Jannotti and assistant Brian David Becker.
A PUBLIC RECEPTION will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery at Crealdé School of Art. Meet the young photographers and enjoy a dance performance by Sin Fronteras, "Without Borders," during the reception; refreshments and Mexican finger foods provided.
A brief history of the Storytellers program: Since the establishment of the program in 1996 by Crealdé's Executive Director Peter Schreyer, young artists from diverse Central Florida communities have been introduced to storytelling through black and white photography, sharing their unique vision of community, family, and place in history. Students learned to use professional 35mm cameras, allowing them to complete assignments and field trips to tell the story of their everyday lives. They developed their film and learned how to print their own photographs in Crealdé's darkroom facilities. They gathered information about their subjects and worked with instructors to develop picture ideas. In 2010, Storytellers had shifted to the use of digital-SLR cameras as well as computerized editing software. Over the course of the program, students can now learn digital shooting techniques, caption-writing, and photo-editing basics. Storytellers XIV is the second group to use the digital photography lab at Crealdé's Hannibal Square Heritage Center. The lab was established in 2009 thanks to a generous grant from the Community Foundation of Central Florida.
Throughout its existence, the Storytellers program has been funded by a wide range of private foundations and community partners. Past community partners have included BETA Center, the Boys & Girls Club, and the Winter Park Community Center. Travelling exhibitions of Storytellers have been organized by Crealdé, touring Central Florida libraries and community centers, including a showing in the Supreme Court building at our state capital in Tallahassee. In addition, this project has been featured on two covers of Florida Magazine and was voted Best Arts Collaboration in 2000 by United Arts of Central Florida.
Storytellers XIV was funded through a grant from the St. Margaret Mary Outreach Fund, with additional support from Crealdé member Melodi Roberts.
Caption for The Offerings: Here is one of many symbols that are brought to the altar to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe. This tradition happens on December 12th. I have never participated in carrying the symbols, but would love to do it some year. A lot of people go to this celebration and I like going as well. -Pablo Garcia, Storytellers XIV

For more information, call:
Crealdé School of Art: (407) 671-1886 www.crealde.org; open M-Th. 9-4, Fri. & Sat. 9-1.
Heritage Center: (407) 539-2680 www.hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org , open Tu.-Th. 12-4, F 12-5, Sat. 10-2.



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Where: Maitland Historical Museum
Wednesday, July 6, 2011
Maitland History Illustrated: Works by Dawn Schreiner
April 21 - November 1, 2011
We Make History Community Gallery
In this exhibition, artist Dawn Schreiner creates her own interpretations from the history of Maitland, drawn and painted from source material at the Maitland Historical Museum.


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Where: Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens
Wednesday, July 6, 2011
Two Generations - Two Visions
May 17 - July 10, 2011
Artists Arthur and Sam Jones (father and son respectively) share the same bloodline, the same history and the same artistic spirit. Their distinctly different approaches to art are highlighted in their first-ever dual exhibit, featuring Arthur Jones' wood sculptures and Sam Jones' paintings and mixed media pieces.

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Where: Maitland Art Center
Wednesday, July 6, 2011
The Confident Line: Henry Patrick Raleigh
May 14 - September 11, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 14 6p.m. -8p.m.
Henry Patrick Raleigh (1880-1944) spent decades navigating high society and portraying opulent life as one of America's highest paid illustrators. He took his first job as a sketch artist for the San Francisco Examiner. While there, publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst noticed his talent and encouraged him to move to New York City.
Raleigh continued newspaper work while also creating illustrations for iconic publications such as Harper's Bazaar, The Saturday Evening Post, Vanity Fair and Colliers. Some of the greatest writers of the day, including F. Scott Fitzgerald, sought after Raleigh. Fitzgerald even wrote a fan letter saying, "Honestly, I think they're the best illustrations I've ever seen!"
Raleigh led a small pack of illustrators in this time called the "Golden Age of American Illustration." Improvements in printing technology freed illustrators to experiment with color and bold draftsmanship. His "confident line" created a portrait of American aspirations.
Art and History Museums, Maitland is proud to exhibit a selection from the Raleigh Archive, courtesy of collectors Kate and Chris Raleigh.
For more information visit www.artandhistory.org


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Thursday, July 7, 2011
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Where: Crealde School of Art
Thursday, July 7, 2011
31st Annual Student Show and Annual Meeting at Crealdé on June 10
Crealdé students are preparing their artwork for submission to Crealdé's 31st Annual Juried Student Show, which will be on display at the Alice and Williams Jenkins Gallery from June 10 to August 31st, 2011. This is the highlight of Crealdé's year, as students showcase their finest work to the community. Guest jurors will select an assortment of artworks in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and photography, created by a dedicated group of students, Fellows, and Studio Artists who attended Crealdé in 2010 and 2011. Many of the pieces will be for sale. Students will be awarded recognition in the form of prizes, certificates, and ribbons, and one purchase award. The opening reception for the Juried Student Show will be held in the Alice and William Jenkins Gallery on Friday, June 10th from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.
The Annual Membership Meeting will coincide with the opening reception, from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery on Crealdé's main campus. The meeting offers a chance to celebrate the year in review and includes the Annual Report presentation, as well as recognition awards for faculty, volunteers, and community supporters. In addition, Crealdé members will elect the new volunteer Board of Directors. This is an opportunity to hear from the people who use their creativity, ingenuity, and heart to make Crealdé School of Art possible. Executive Director Peter Schreyer and President of the Board David McLeod will report on the state of Crealdé as well as future plans.

Where: Showalter Hughes Community Gallery
Thursday, July 7, 2011
At the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery May 6 to August 6
Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida
From May 6 to August 6, 2011 in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery, be sure to see the exhibit Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida. Storytellers XIV is a photographic outreach program by Crealdé School of Art produced in partnership with the Hope CommUnity Center in Apopka, and St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Mt. Dora. Using words and pictures, young photographers from Central Florida's diverse communities give us insight into their changing worlds.
This year the participants are from the rural communities of Zellwood, Sorrento and Mt. Dora, including: Fernando Balderas, Marla Balderas, Arcadio Espinoza, Chastity Espinoza, Pablo Garcia, Bianca Orozco, Elexia Orozco, Maria Ramirez, Vincente Rodriguez, Alfonso Sanchez, Erika Sauceda, and Maurilio Sauceda. They were instructed by photographer Anna Maria Jannotti and assistant Brian David Becker.
A PUBLIC RECEPTION will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery at Crealdé School of Art. Meet the young photographers and enjoy a dance performance by Sin Fronteras, "Without Borders," during the reception; refreshments and Mexican finger foods provided.
A brief history of the Storytellers program: Since the establishment of the program in 1996 by Crealdé's Executive Director Peter Schreyer, young artists from diverse Central Florida communities have been introduced to storytelling through black and white photography, sharing their unique vision of community, family, and place in history. Students learned to use professional 35mm cameras, allowing them to complete assignments and field trips to tell the story of their everyday lives. They developed their film and learned how to print their own photographs in Crealdé's darkroom facilities. They gathered information about their subjects and worked with instructors to develop picture ideas. In 2010, Storytellers had shifted to the use of digital-SLR cameras as well as computerized editing software. Over the course of the program, students can now learn digital shooting techniques, caption-writing, and photo-editing basics. Storytellers XIV is the second group to use the digital photography lab at Crealdé's Hannibal Square Heritage Center. The lab was established in 2009 thanks to a generous grant from the Community Foundation of Central Florida.
Throughout its existence, the Storytellers program has been funded by a wide range of private foundations and community partners. Past community partners have included BETA Center, the Boys & Girls Club, and the Winter Park Community Center. Travelling exhibitions of Storytellers have been organized by Crealdé, touring Central Florida libraries and community centers, including a showing in the Supreme Court building at our state capital in Tallahassee. In addition, this project has been featured on two covers of Florida Magazine and was voted Best Arts Collaboration in 2000 by United Arts of Central Florida.
Storytellers XIV was funded through a grant from the St. Margaret Mary Outreach Fund, with additional support from Crealdé member Melodi Roberts.
Caption for The Offerings: Here is one of many symbols that are brought to the altar to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe. This tradition happens on December 12th. I have never participated in carrying the symbols, but would love to do it some year. A lot of people go to this celebration and I like going as well. -Pablo Garcia, Storytellers XIV

For more information, call:
Crealdé School of Art: (407) 671-1886 www.crealde.org; open M-Th. 9-4, Fri. & Sat. 9-1.
Heritage Center: (407) 539-2680 www.hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org , open Tu.-Th. 12-4, F 12-5, Sat. 10-2.



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Where: Maitland Historical Museum
Thursday, July 7, 2011
Maitland History Illustrated: Works by Dawn Schreiner
April 21 - November 1, 2011
We Make History Community Gallery
In this exhibition, artist Dawn Schreiner creates her own interpretations from the history of Maitland, drawn and painted from source material at the Maitland Historical Museum.


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Where: John & Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center in Loch Haven Park
Thursday, July 7, 2011
Orlando Shakes presents a fun-filled adaptation of a fairy tale Classic,
Snow white and the seven dwarfs

Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF is delighted to begin its 2011-2012 Theater for Young Audiences Series with an interactive and engaging adaptation of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, playing at the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center from July 7 through August 7, 2011.

Based on the classic fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS tells the famous story of a sweet girl who lives in the woods as part of a most unusual family - and of the Wicked Queen who will stop at nothing to be the most beautiful woman in the kingdom. Told with help from the younger members of audience, SNOW WHITE is wicked fun for the whole family.

In addition to public performances at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, Orlando Shakes is excited to offer an opportunity for families to delve deeper into the fairy tale through a fun and interactive story time at Barnes and Noble on Saturday, July 9 at 11AM. Led by the cast of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, this engaging 20-minute reading is an excellent precursor to the performance. Everyone attending will have a chance to win free tickets to attend a performance of SNOW WHITE at Orlando Shakespeare Theater. The story time for SNOW WHITE will take place at Barnes and Noble in the Colonial Plaza Market Place (2418 E Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32803).

Since 2002, Orlando Shakespeare Theater has provided quality productions for young people and their families. The Theater for Young Audience Season continues in October with a musical adaptation of MISS NELSON IS MISSING from October 20 to November 19, 2011 and CHARLOTTE'S WEB from March 29 to April 29, 2012. "This season offers families the opportunity to enjoy three dynamic adaptations based on works by well-known children's authors," Anne Hering, Orlando Shakes Director of Education commented. "The best part is that all these shows ignite the imagination and act as a launching point for theater appreciation as well as a life-long love of reading."

Single tickets and TYA Flex Passes are available now at <http://orlandoshakes.org> or by phone (407) 447-1700 <tel:%28407%29%20447-1700>.

Orlando Shakespeare Theater also offers student matinees specifically for schools, summer camps, and day cares. Learn more about the student matinees at <http://www.orlandoshakes.org/tickets/school-field-trips.html>.

WHAT
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Adapted by Maurice Berger

WHERE
Orlando Shakespeare Theater in the Goldman Theater
Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street, Orlando, FL 32803

WHEN
July 7 - August 7, 2011 - ON SALE NOW!

DATES AND PRICES
Tuesday - Friday at 10:30AM - all seats $9
Saturday at 2:00PM - all seats $10
Sunday at 4:30PM - all seats $10

DISCOUNTS
Group Sales: 10% off for groups of 10-19/ 20% off for groups of 20 or more, call ext. 265
Classes/Homeschool Groups: Buy 10 tickets, get the 11th FREE!

Tickets are available by calling 407-447-1700 <tel:407-447-1700> or online at <http://orlandoshakes.org/> and in person at the Box Office located inside the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street in Orlando's Loch Haven Cultural Park. Box Office hours are 12PM to show time, Tuesday-Saturday, and one hour prior to show time on Sundays for walk up sales. On non-performance days, the Box Office closes at 5pm.





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Where: Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens
Thursday, July 7, 2011
Two Generations - Two Visions
May 17 - July 10, 2011
Artists Arthur and Sam Jones (father and son respectively) share the same bloodline, the same history and the same artistic spirit. Their distinctly different approaches to art are highlighted in their first-ever dual exhibit, featuring Arthur Jones' wood sculptures and Sam Jones' paintings and mixed media pieces.

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Where: Maitland Art Center
Thursday, July 7, 2011
The Confident Line: Henry Patrick Raleigh
May 14 - September 11, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 14 6p.m. -8p.m.
Henry Patrick Raleigh (1880-1944) spent decades navigating high society and portraying opulent life as one of America's highest paid illustrators. He took his first job as a sketch artist for the San Francisco Examiner. While there, publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst noticed his talent and encouraged him to move to New York City.
Raleigh continued newspaper work while also creating illustrations for iconic publications such as Harper's Bazaar, The Saturday Evening Post, Vanity Fair and Colliers. Some of the greatest writers of the day, including F. Scott Fitzgerald, sought after Raleigh. Fitzgerald even wrote a fan letter saying, "Honestly, I think they're the best illustrations I've ever seen!"
Raleigh led a small pack of illustrators in this time called the "Golden Age of American Illustration." Improvements in printing technology freed illustrators to experiment with color and bold draftsmanship. His "confident line" created a portrait of American aspirations.
Art and History Museums, Maitland is proud to exhibit a selection from the Raleigh Archive, courtesy of collectors Kate and Chris Raleigh.
For more information visit www.artandhistory.org


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Friday, July 8, 2011
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Where: Crealde School of Art
Friday, July 8, 2011
31st Annual Student Show and Annual Meeting at Crealdé on June 10
Crealdé students are preparing their artwork for submission to Crealdé's 31st Annual Juried Student Show, which will be on display at the Alice and Williams Jenkins Gallery from June 10 to August 31st, 2011. This is the highlight of Crealdé's year, as students showcase their finest work to the community. Guest jurors will select an assortment of artworks in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and photography, created by a dedicated group of students, Fellows, and Studio Artists who attended Crealdé in 2010 and 2011. Many of the pieces will be for sale. Students will be awarded recognition in the form of prizes, certificates, and ribbons, and one purchase award. The opening reception for the Juried Student Show will be held in the Alice and William Jenkins Gallery on Friday, June 10th from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.
The Annual Membership Meeting will coincide with the opening reception, from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery on Crealdé's main campus. The meeting offers a chance to celebrate the year in review and includes the Annual Report presentation, as well as recognition awards for faculty, volunteers, and community supporters. In addition, Crealdé members will elect the new volunteer Board of Directors. This is an opportunity to hear from the people who use their creativity, ingenuity, and heart to make Crealdé School of Art possible. Executive Director Peter Schreyer and President of the Board David McLeod will report on the state of Crealdé as well as future plans.

Where: Showalter Hughes Community Gallery
Friday, July 8, 2011
At the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery May 6 to August 6
Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida
From May 6 to August 6, 2011 in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery, be sure to see the exhibit Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida. Storytellers XIV is a photographic outreach program by Crealdé School of Art produced in partnership with the Hope CommUnity Center in Apopka, and St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Mt. Dora. Using words and pictures, young photographers from Central Florida's diverse communities give us insight into their changing worlds.
This year the participants are from the rural communities of Zellwood, Sorrento and Mt. Dora, including: Fernando Balderas, Marla Balderas, Arcadio Espinoza, Chastity Espinoza, Pablo Garcia, Bianca Orozco, Elexia Orozco, Maria Ramirez, Vincente Rodriguez, Alfonso Sanchez, Erika Sauceda, and Maurilio Sauceda. They were instructed by photographer Anna Maria Jannotti and assistant Brian David Becker.
A PUBLIC RECEPTION will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery at Crealdé School of Art. Meet the young photographers and enjoy a dance performance by Sin Fronteras, "Without Borders," during the reception; refreshments and Mexican finger foods provided.
A brief history of the Storytellers program: Since the establishment of the program in 1996 by Crealdé's Executive Director Peter Schreyer, young artists from diverse Central Florida communities have been introduced to storytelling through black and white photography, sharing their unique vision of community, family, and place in history. Students learned to use professional 35mm cameras, allowing them to complete assignments and field trips to tell the story of their everyday lives. They developed their film and learned how to print their own photographs in Crealdé's darkroom facilities. They gathered information about their subjects and worked with instructors to develop picture ideas. In 2010, Storytellers had shifted to the use of digital-SLR cameras as well as computerized editing software. Over the course of the program, students can now learn digital shooting techniques, caption-writing, and photo-editing basics. Storytellers XIV is the second group to use the digital photography lab at Crealdé's Hannibal Square Heritage Center. The lab was established in 2009 thanks to a generous grant from the Community Foundation of Central Florida.
Throughout its existence, the Storytellers program has been funded by a wide range of private foundations and community partners. Past community partners have included BETA Center, the Boys & Girls Club, and the Winter Park Community Center. Travelling exhibitions of Storytellers have been organized by Crealdé, touring Central Florida libraries and community centers, including a showing in the Supreme Court building at our state capital in Tallahassee. In addition, this project has been featured on two covers of Florida Magazine and was voted Best Arts Collaboration in 2000 by United Arts of Central Florida.
Storytellers XIV was funded through a grant from the St. Margaret Mary Outreach Fund, with additional support from Crealdé member Melodi Roberts.
Caption for The Offerings: Here is one of many symbols that are brought to the altar to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe. This tradition happens on December 12th. I have never participated in carrying the symbols, but would love to do it some year. A lot of people go to this celebration and I like going as well. -Pablo Garcia, Storytellers XIV

For more information, call:
Crealdé School of Art: (407) 671-1886 www.crealde.org; open M-Th. 9-4, Fri. & Sat. 9-1.
Heritage Center: (407) 539-2680 www.hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org , open Tu.-Th. 12-4, F 12-5, Sat. 10-2.



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Where: Maitland Historical Museum
Friday, July 8, 2011
Maitland History Illustrated: Works by Dawn Schreiner
April 21 - November 1, 2011
We Make History Community Gallery
In this exhibition, artist Dawn Schreiner creates her own interpretations from the history of Maitland, drawn and painted from source material at the Maitland Historical Museum.


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Where: John & Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center in Loch Haven Park
Friday, July 8, 2011
Orlando Shakes presents a fun-filled adaptation of a fairy tale Classic,
Snow white and the seven dwarfs

Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF is delighted to begin its 2011-2012 Theater for Young Audiences Series with an interactive and engaging adaptation of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, playing at the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center from July 7 through August 7, 2011.

Based on the classic fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS tells the famous story of a sweet girl who lives in the woods as part of a most unusual family - and of the Wicked Queen who will stop at nothing to be the most beautiful woman in the kingdom. Told with help from the younger members of audience, SNOW WHITE is wicked fun for the whole family.

In addition to public performances at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, Orlando Shakes is excited to offer an opportunity for families to delve deeper into the fairy tale through a fun and interactive story time at Barnes and Noble on Saturday, July 9 at 11AM. Led by the cast of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, this engaging 20-minute reading is an excellent precursor to the performance. Everyone attending will have a chance to win free tickets to attend a performance of SNOW WHITE at Orlando Shakespeare Theater. The story time for SNOW WHITE will take place at Barnes and Noble in the Colonial Plaza Market Place (2418 E Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32803).

Since 2002, Orlando Shakespeare Theater has provided quality productions for young people and their families. The Theater for Young Audience Season continues in October with a musical adaptation of MISS NELSON IS MISSING from October 20 to November 19, 2011 and CHARLOTTE'S WEB from March 29 to April 29, 2012. "This season offers families the opportunity to enjoy three dynamic adaptations based on works by well-known children's authors," Anne Hering, Orlando Shakes Director of Education commented. "The best part is that all these shows ignite the imagination and act as a launching point for theater appreciation as well as a life-long love of reading."

Single tickets and TYA Flex Passes are available now at <http://orlandoshakes.org> or by phone (407) 447-1700 <tel:%28407%29%20447-1700>.

Orlando Shakespeare Theater also offers student matinees specifically for schools, summer camps, and day cares. Learn more about the student matinees at <http://www.orlandoshakes.org/tickets/school-field-trips.html>.

WHAT
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Adapted by Maurice Berger

WHERE
Orlando Shakespeare Theater in the Goldman Theater
Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street, Orlando, FL 32803

WHEN
July 7 - August 7, 2011 - ON SALE NOW!

DATES AND PRICES
Tuesday - Friday at 10:30AM - all seats $9
Saturday at 2:00PM - all seats $10
Sunday at 4:30PM - all seats $10

DISCOUNTS
Group Sales: 10% off for groups of 10-19/ 20% off for groups of 20 or more, call ext. 265
Classes/Homeschool Groups: Buy 10 tickets, get the 11th FREE!

Tickets are available by calling 407-447-1700 <tel:407-447-1700> or online at <http://orlandoshakes.org/> and in person at the Box Office located inside the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street in Orlando's Loch Haven Cultural Park. Box Office hours are 12PM to show time, Tuesday-Saturday, and one hour prior to show time on Sundays for walk up sales. On non-performance days, the Box Office closes at 5pm.





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Where: Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens
Friday, July 8, 2011
Two Generations - Two Visions
May 17 - July 10, 2011
Artists Arthur and Sam Jones (father and son respectively) share the same bloodline, the same history and the same artistic spirit. Their distinctly different approaches to art are highlighted in their first-ever dual exhibit, featuring Arthur Jones' wood sculptures and Sam Jones' paintings and mixed media pieces.

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Where: Maitland Art Center
Friday, July 8, 2011
The Confident Line: Henry Patrick Raleigh
May 14 - September 11, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 14 6p.m. -8p.m.
Henry Patrick Raleigh (1880-1944) spent decades navigating high society and portraying opulent life as one of America's highest paid illustrators. He took his first job as a sketch artist for the San Francisco Examiner. While there, publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst noticed his talent and encouraged him to move to New York City.
Raleigh continued newspaper work while also creating illustrations for iconic publications such as Harper's Bazaar, The Saturday Evening Post, Vanity Fair and Colliers. Some of the greatest writers of the day, including F. Scott Fitzgerald, sought after Raleigh. Fitzgerald even wrote a fan letter saying, "Honestly, I think they're the best illustrations I've ever seen!"
Raleigh led a small pack of illustrators in this time called the "Golden Age of American Illustration." Improvements in printing technology freed illustrators to experiment with color and bold draftsmanship. His "confident line" created a portrait of American aspirations.
Art and History Museums, Maitland is proud to exhibit a selection from the Raleigh Archive, courtesy of collectors Kate and Chris Raleigh.
For more information visit www.artandhistory.org


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Saturday, July 9, 2011
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Where: Crealde School of Art
Saturday, July 9, 2011
31st Annual Student Show and Annual Meeting at Crealdé on June 10
Crealdé students are preparing their artwork for submission to Crealdé's 31st Annual Juried Student Show, which will be on display at the Alice and Williams Jenkins Gallery from June 10 to August 31st, 2011. This is the highlight of Crealdé's year, as students showcase their finest work to the community. Guest jurors will select an assortment of artworks in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and photography, created by a dedicated group of students, Fellows, and Studio Artists who attended Crealdé in 2010 and 2011. Many of the pieces will be for sale. Students will be awarded recognition in the form of prizes, certificates, and ribbons, and one purchase award. The opening reception for the Juried Student Show will be held in the Alice and William Jenkins Gallery on Friday, June 10th from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.
The Annual Membership Meeting will coincide with the opening reception, from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery on Crealdé's main campus. The meeting offers a chance to celebrate the year in review and includes the Annual Report presentation, as well as recognition awards for faculty, volunteers, and community supporters. In addition, Crealdé members will elect the new volunteer Board of Directors. This is an opportunity to hear from the people who use their creativity, ingenuity, and heart to make Crealdé School of Art possible. Executive Director Peter Schreyer and President of the Board David McLeod will report on the state of Crealdé as well as future plans.

Where: Showalter Hughes Community Gallery
Saturday, July 9, 2011
At the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery May 6 to August 6
Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida
From May 6 to August 6, 2011 in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery, be sure to see the exhibit Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida. Storytellers XIV is a photographic outreach program by Crealdé School of Art produced in partnership with the Hope CommUnity Center in Apopka, and St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Mt. Dora. Using words and pictures, young photographers from Central Florida's diverse communities give us insight into their changing worlds.
This year the participants are from the rural communities of Zellwood, Sorrento and Mt. Dora, including: Fernando Balderas, Marla Balderas, Arcadio Espinoza, Chastity Espinoza, Pablo Garcia, Bianca Orozco, Elexia Orozco, Maria Ramirez, Vincente Rodriguez, Alfonso Sanchez, Erika Sauceda, and Maurilio Sauceda. They were instructed by photographer Anna Maria Jannotti and assistant Brian David Becker.
A PUBLIC RECEPTION will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery at Crealdé School of Art. Meet the young photographers and enjoy a dance performance by Sin Fronteras, "Without Borders," during the reception; refreshments and Mexican finger foods provided.
A brief history of the Storytellers program: Since the establishment of the program in 1996 by Crealdé's Executive Director Peter Schreyer, young artists from diverse Central Florida communities have been introduced to storytelling through black and white photography, sharing their unique vision of community, family, and place in history. Students learned to use professional 35mm cameras, allowing them to complete assignments and field trips to tell the story of their everyday lives. They developed their film and learned how to print their own photographs in Crealdé's darkroom facilities. They gathered information about their subjects and worked with instructors to develop picture ideas. In 2010, Storytellers had shifted to the use of digital-SLR cameras as well as computerized editing software. Over the course of the program, students can now learn digital shooting techniques, caption-writing, and photo-editing basics. Storytellers XIV is the second group to use the digital photography lab at Crealdé's Hannibal Square Heritage Center. The lab was established in 2009 thanks to a generous grant from the Community Foundation of Central Florida.
Throughout its existence, the Storytellers program has been funded by a wide range of private foundations and community partners. Past community partners have included BETA Center, the Boys & Girls Club, and the Winter Park Community Center. Travelling exhibitions of Storytellers have been organized by Crealdé, touring Central Florida libraries and community centers, including a showing in the Supreme Court building at our state capital in Tallahassee. In addition, this project has been featured on two covers of Florida Magazine and was voted Best Arts Collaboration in 2000 by United Arts of Central Florida.
Storytellers XIV was funded through a grant from the St. Margaret Mary Outreach Fund, with additional support from Crealdé member Melodi Roberts.
Caption for The Offerings: Here is one of many symbols that are brought to the altar to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe. This tradition happens on December 12th. I have never participated in carrying the symbols, but would love to do it some year. A lot of people go to this celebration and I like going as well. -Pablo Garcia, Storytellers XIV

For more information, call:
Crealdé School of Art: (407) 671-1886 www.crealde.org; open M-Th. 9-4, Fri. & Sat. 9-1.
Heritage Center: (407) 539-2680 www.hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org , open Tu.-Th. 12-4, F 12-5, Sat. 10-2.



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Where: Maitland Historical Museum
Saturday, July 9, 2011
Maitland History Illustrated: Works by Dawn Schreiner
April 21 - November 1, 2011
We Make History Community Gallery
In this exhibition, artist Dawn Schreiner creates her own interpretations from the history of Maitland, drawn and painted from source material at the Maitland Historical Museum.


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Where: John & Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center in Loch Haven Park
Saturday, July 9, 2011
Orlando Shakes presents a fun-filled adaptation of a fairy tale Classic,
Snow white and the seven dwarfs

Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF is delighted to begin its 2011-2012 Theater for Young Audiences Series with an interactive and engaging adaptation of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, playing at the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center from July 7 through August 7, 2011.

Based on the classic fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS tells the famous story of a sweet girl who lives in the woods as part of a most unusual family - and of the Wicked Queen who will stop at nothing to be the most beautiful woman in the kingdom. Told with help from the younger members of audience, SNOW WHITE is wicked fun for the whole family.

In addition to public performances at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, Orlando Shakes is excited to offer an opportunity for families to delve deeper into the fairy tale through a fun and interactive story time at Barnes and Noble on Saturday, July 9 at 11AM. Led by the cast of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, this engaging 20-minute reading is an excellent precursor to the performance. Everyone attending will have a chance to win free tickets to attend a performance of SNOW WHITE at Orlando Shakespeare Theater. The story time for SNOW WHITE will take place at Barnes and Noble in the Colonial Plaza Market Place (2418 E Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32803).

Since 2002, Orlando Shakespeare Theater has provided quality productions for young people and their families. The Theater for Young Audience Season continues in October with a musical adaptation of MISS NELSON IS MISSING from October 20 to November 19, 2011 and CHARLOTTE'S WEB from March 29 to April 29, 2012. "This season offers families the opportunity to enjoy three dynamic adaptations based on works by well-known children's authors," Anne Hering, Orlando Shakes Director of Education commented. "The best part is that all these shows ignite the imagination and act as a launching point for theater appreciation as well as a life-long love of reading."

Single tickets and TYA Flex Passes are available now at <http://orlandoshakes.org> or by phone (407) 447-1700 <tel:%28407%29%20447-1700>.

Orlando Shakespeare Theater also offers student matinees specifically for schools, summer camps, and day cares. Learn more about the student matinees at <http://www.orlandoshakes.org/tickets/school-field-trips.html>.

WHAT
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Adapted by Maurice Berger

WHERE
Orlando Shakespeare Theater in the Goldman Theater
Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street, Orlando, FL 32803

WHEN
July 7 - August 7, 2011 - ON SALE NOW!

DATES AND PRICES
Tuesday - Friday at 10:30AM - all seats $9
Saturday at 2:00PM - all seats $10
Sunday at 4:30PM - all seats $10

DISCOUNTS
Group Sales: 10% off for groups of 10-19/ 20% off for groups of 20 or more, call ext. 265
Classes/Homeschool Groups: Buy 10 tickets, get the 11th FREE!

Tickets are available by calling 407-447-1700 <tel:407-447-1700> or online at <http://orlandoshakes.org/> and in person at the Box Office located inside the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street in Orlando's Loch Haven Cultural Park. Box Office hours are 12PM to show time, Tuesday-Saturday, and one hour prior to show time on Sundays for walk up sales. On non-performance days, the Box Office closes at 5pm.





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Where: Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens
Saturday, July 9, 2011
Two Generations - Two Visions
May 17 - July 10, 2011
Artists Arthur and Sam Jones (father and son respectively) share the same bloodline, the same history and the same artistic spirit. Their distinctly different approaches to art are highlighted in their first-ever dual exhibit, featuring Arthur Jones' wood sculptures and Sam Jones' paintings and mixed media pieces.

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Where: Maitland Art Center
Saturday, July 9, 2011
The Confident Line: Henry Patrick Raleigh
May 14 - September 11, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 14 6p.m. -8p.m.
Henry Patrick Raleigh (1880-1944) spent decades navigating high society and portraying opulent life as one of America's highest paid illustrators. He took his first job as a sketch artist for the San Francisco Examiner. While there, publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst noticed his talent and encouraged him to move to New York City.
Raleigh continued newspaper work while also creating illustrations for iconic publications such as Harper's Bazaar, The Saturday Evening Post, Vanity Fair and Colliers. Some of the greatest writers of the day, including F. Scott Fitzgerald, sought after Raleigh. Fitzgerald even wrote a fan letter saying, "Honestly, I think they're the best illustrations I've ever seen!"
Raleigh led a small pack of illustrators in this time called the "Golden Age of American Illustration." Improvements in printing technology freed illustrators to experiment with color and bold draftsmanship. His "confident line" created a portrait of American aspirations.
Art and History Museums, Maitland is proud to exhibit a selection from the Raleigh Archive, courtesy of collectors Kate and Chris Raleigh.
For more information visit www.artandhistory.org


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Event Title: Maná
Where: Amway Center
Saturday, July 9, 2011
Time: 8:00 PM EST
Maná
July 9. 8 pm
Amway Center
Maná revisits Orlando with their new tour Drama y Luz. After a long hiatus, Maná returns with an innovative show featuring songs from their new album Drama y Luz, which has been a breakthrough success and reaffirmed the band's vigor.




Sunday, July 10, 2011
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Where: Crealde School of Art
Sunday, July 10, 2011
31st Annual Student Show and Annual Meeting at Crealdé on June 10
Crealdé students are preparing their artwork for submission to Crealdé's 31st Annual Juried Student Show, which will be on display at the Alice and Williams Jenkins Gallery from June 10 to August 31st, 2011. This is the highlight of Crealdé's year, as students showcase their finest work to the community. Guest jurors will select an assortment of artworks in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and photography, created by a dedicated group of students, Fellows, and Studio Artists who attended Crealdé in 2010 and 2011. Many of the pieces will be for sale. Students will be awarded recognition in the form of prizes, certificates, and ribbons, and one purchase award. The opening reception for the Juried Student Show will be held in the Alice and William Jenkins Gallery on Friday, June 10th from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.
The Annual Membership Meeting will coincide with the opening reception, from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery on Crealdé's main campus. The meeting offers a chance to celebrate the year in review and includes the Annual Report presentation, as well as recognition awards for faculty, volunteers, and community supporters. In addition, Crealdé members will elect the new volunteer Board of Directors. This is an opportunity to hear from the people who use their creativity, ingenuity, and heart to make Crealdé School of Art possible. Executive Director Peter Schreyer and President of the Board David McLeod will report on the state of Crealdé as well as future plans.

Where: Showalter Hughes Community Gallery
Sunday, July 10, 2011
At the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery May 6 to August 6
Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida
From May 6 to August 6, 2011 in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery, be sure to see the exhibit Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida. Storytellers XIV is a photographic outreach program by Crealdé School of Art produced in partnership with the Hope CommUnity Center in Apopka, and St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Mt. Dora. Using words and pictures, young photographers from Central Florida's diverse communities give us insight into their changing worlds.
This year the participants are from the rural communities of Zellwood, Sorrento and Mt. Dora, including: Fernando Balderas, Marla Balderas, Arcadio Espinoza, Chastity Espinoza, Pablo Garcia, Bianca Orozco, Elexia Orozco, Maria Ramirez, Vincente Rodriguez, Alfonso Sanchez, Erika Sauceda, and Maurilio Sauceda. They were instructed by photographer Anna Maria Jannotti and assistant Brian David Becker.
A PUBLIC RECEPTION will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery at Crealdé School of Art. Meet the young photographers and enjoy a dance performance by Sin Fronteras, "Without Borders," during the reception; refreshments and Mexican finger foods provided.
A brief history of the Storytellers program: Since the establishment of the program in 1996 by Crealdé's Executive Director Peter Schreyer, young artists from diverse Central Florida communities have been introduced to storytelling through black and white photography, sharing their unique vision of community, family, and place in history. Students learned to use professional 35mm cameras, allowing them to complete assignments and field trips to tell the story of their everyday lives. They developed their film and learned how to print their own photographs in Crealdé's darkroom facilities. They gathered information about their subjects and worked with instructors to develop picture ideas. In 2010, Storytellers had shifted to the use of digital-SLR cameras as well as computerized editing software. Over the course of the program, students can now learn digital shooting techniques, caption-writing, and photo-editing basics. Storytellers XIV is the second group to use the digital photography lab at Crealdé's Hannibal Square Heritage Center. The lab was established in 2009 thanks to a generous grant from the Community Foundation of Central Florida.
Throughout its existence, the Storytellers program has been funded by a wide range of private foundations and community partners. Past community partners have included BETA Center, the Boys & Girls Club, and the Winter Park Community Center. Travelling exhibitions of Storytellers have been organized by Crealdé, touring Central Florida libraries and community centers, including a showing in the Supreme Court building at our state capital in Tallahassee. In addition, this project has been featured on two covers of Florida Magazine and was voted Best Arts Collaboration in 2000 by United Arts of Central Florida.
Storytellers XIV was funded through a grant from the St. Margaret Mary Outreach Fund, with additional support from Crealdé member Melodi Roberts.
Caption for The Offerings: Here is one of many symbols that are brought to the altar to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe. This tradition happens on December 12th. I have never participated in carrying the symbols, but would love to do it some year. A lot of people go to this celebration and I like going as well. -Pablo Garcia, Storytellers XIV

For more information, call:
Crealdé School of Art: (407) 671-1886 www.crealde.org; open M-Th. 9-4, Fri. & Sat. 9-1.
Heritage Center: (407) 539-2680 www.hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org , open Tu.-Th. 12-4, F 12-5, Sat. 10-2.



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Where: Maitland Historical Museum
Sunday, July 10, 2011
Maitland History Illustrated: Works by Dawn Schreiner
April 21 - November 1, 2011
We Make History Community Gallery
In this exhibition, artist Dawn Schreiner creates her own interpretations from the history of Maitland, drawn and painted from source material at the Maitland Historical Museum.


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Where: John & Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center in Loch Haven Park
Sunday, July 10, 2011
Orlando Shakes presents a fun-filled adaptation of a fairy tale Classic,
Snow white and the seven dwarfs

Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF is delighted to begin its 2011-2012 Theater for Young Audiences Series with an interactive and engaging adaptation of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, playing at the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center from July 7 through August 7, 2011.

Based on the classic fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS tells the famous story of a sweet girl who lives in the woods as part of a most unusual family - and of the Wicked Queen who will stop at nothing to be the most beautiful woman in the kingdom. Told with help from the younger members of audience, SNOW WHITE is wicked fun for the whole family.

In addition to public performances at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, Orlando Shakes is excited to offer an opportunity for families to delve deeper into the fairy tale through a fun and interactive story time at Barnes and Noble on Saturday, July 9 at 11AM. Led by the cast of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, this engaging 20-minute reading is an excellent precursor to the performance. Everyone attending will have a chance to win free tickets to attend a performance of SNOW WHITE at Orlando Shakespeare Theater. The story time for SNOW WHITE will take place at Barnes and Noble in the Colonial Plaza Market Place (2418 E Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32803).

Since 2002, Orlando Shakespeare Theater has provided quality productions for young people and their families. The Theater for Young Audience Season continues in October with a musical adaptation of MISS NELSON IS MISSING from October 20 to November 19, 2011 and CHARLOTTE'S WEB from March 29 to April 29, 2012. "This season offers families the opportunity to enjoy three dynamic adaptations based on works by well-known children's authors," Anne Hering, Orlando Shakes Director of Education commented. "The best part is that all these shows ignite the imagination and act as a launching point for theater appreciation as well as a life-long love of reading."

Single tickets and TYA Flex Passes are available now at <http://orlandoshakes.org> or by phone (407) 447-1700 <tel:%28407%29%20447-1700>.

Orlando Shakespeare Theater also offers student matinees specifically for schools, summer camps, and day cares. Learn more about the student matinees at <http://www.orlandoshakes.org/tickets/school-field-trips.html>.

WHAT
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Adapted by Maurice Berger

WHERE
Orlando Shakespeare Theater in the Goldman Theater
Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street, Orlando, FL 32803

WHEN
July 7 - August 7, 2011 - ON SALE NOW!

DATES AND PRICES
Tuesday - Friday at 10:30AM - all seats $9
Saturday at 2:00PM - all seats $10
Sunday at 4:30PM - all seats $10

DISCOUNTS
Group Sales: 10% off for groups of 10-19/ 20% off for groups of 20 or more, call ext. 265
Classes/Homeschool Groups: Buy 10 tickets, get the 11th FREE!

Tickets are available by calling 407-447-1700 <tel:407-447-1700> or online at <http://orlandoshakes.org/> and in person at the Box Office located inside the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street in Orlando's Loch Haven Cultural Park. Box Office hours are 12PM to show time, Tuesday-Saturday, and one hour prior to show time on Sundays for walk up sales. On non-performance days, the Box Office closes at 5pm.





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Where: Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens
Sunday, July 10, 2011
Two Generations - Two Visions
May 17 - July 10, 2011
Artists Arthur and Sam Jones (father and son respectively) share the same bloodline, the same history and the same artistic spirit. Their distinctly different approaches to art are highlighted in their first-ever dual exhibit, featuring Arthur Jones' wood sculptures and Sam Jones' paintings and mixed media pieces.

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Where: Maitland Art Center
Sunday, July 10, 2011
The Confident Line: Henry Patrick Raleigh
May 14 - September 11, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 14 6p.m. -8p.m.
Henry Patrick Raleigh (1880-1944) spent decades navigating high society and portraying opulent life as one of America's highest paid illustrators. He took his first job as a sketch artist for the San Francisco Examiner. While there, publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst noticed his talent and encouraged him to move to New York City.
Raleigh continued newspaper work while also creating illustrations for iconic publications such as Harper's Bazaar, The Saturday Evening Post, Vanity Fair and Colliers. Some of the greatest writers of the day, including F. Scott Fitzgerald, sought after Raleigh. Fitzgerald even wrote a fan letter saying, "Honestly, I think they're the best illustrations I've ever seen!"
Raleigh led a small pack of illustrators in this time called the "Golden Age of American Illustration." Improvements in printing technology freed illustrators to experiment with color and bold draftsmanship. His "confident line" created a portrait of American aspirations.
Art and History Museums, Maitland is proud to exhibit a selection from the Raleigh Archive, courtesy of collectors Kate and Chris Raleigh.
For more information visit www.artandhistory.org


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Monday, July 11, 2011
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Where: Crealde School of Art
Monday, July 11, 2011
31st Annual Student Show and Annual Meeting at Crealdé on June 10
Crealdé students are preparing their artwork for submission to Crealdé's 31st Annual Juried Student Show, which will be on display at the Alice and Williams Jenkins Gallery from June 10 to August 31st, 2011. This is the highlight of Crealdé's year, as students showcase their finest work to the community. Guest jurors will select an assortment of artworks in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and photography, created by a dedicated group of students, Fellows, and Studio Artists who attended Crealdé in 2010 and 2011. Many of the pieces will be for sale. Students will be awarded recognition in the form of prizes, certificates, and ribbons, and one purchase award. The opening reception for the Juried Student Show will be held in the Alice and William Jenkins Gallery on Friday, June 10th from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.
The Annual Membership Meeting will coincide with the opening reception, from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery on Crealdé's main campus. The meeting offers a chance to celebrate the year in review and includes the Annual Report presentation, as well as recognition awards for faculty, volunteers, and community supporters. In addition, Crealdé members will elect the new volunteer Board of Directors. This is an opportunity to hear from the people who use their creativity, ingenuity, and heart to make Crealdé School of Art possible. Executive Director Peter Schreyer and President of the Board David McLeod will report on the state of Crealdé as well as future plans.

Where: Showalter Hughes Community Gallery
Monday, July 11, 2011
At the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery May 6 to August 6
Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida
From May 6 to August 6, 2011 in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery, be sure to see the exhibit Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida. Storytellers XIV is a photographic outreach program by Crealdé School of Art produced in partnership with the Hope CommUnity Center in Apopka, and St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Mt. Dora. Using words and pictures, young photographers from Central Florida's diverse communities give us insight into their changing worlds.
This year the participants are from the rural communities of Zellwood, Sorrento and Mt. Dora, including: Fernando Balderas, Marla Balderas, Arcadio Espinoza, Chastity Espinoza, Pablo Garcia, Bianca Orozco, Elexia Orozco, Maria Ramirez, Vincente Rodriguez, Alfonso Sanchez, Erika Sauceda, and Maurilio Sauceda. They were instructed by photographer Anna Maria Jannotti and assistant Brian David Becker.
A PUBLIC RECEPTION will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery at Crealdé School of Art. Meet the young photographers and enjoy a dance performance by Sin Fronteras, "Without Borders," during the reception; refreshments and Mexican finger foods provided.
A brief history of the Storytellers program: Since the establishment of the program in 1996 by Crealdé's Executive Director Peter Schreyer, young artists from diverse Central Florida communities have been introduced to storytelling through black and white photography, sharing their unique vision of community, family, and place in history. Students learned to use professional 35mm cameras, allowing them to complete assignments and field trips to tell the story of their everyday lives. They developed their film and learned how to print their own photographs in Crealdé's darkroom facilities. They gathered information about their subjects and worked with instructors to develop picture ideas. In 2010, Storytellers had shifted to the use of digital-SLR cameras as well as computerized editing software. Over the course of the program, students can now learn digital shooting techniques, caption-writing, and photo-editing basics. Storytellers XIV is the second group to use the digital photography lab at Crealdé's Hannibal Square Heritage Center. The lab was established in 2009 thanks to a generous grant from the Community Foundation of Central Florida.
Throughout its existence, the Storytellers program has been funded by a wide range of private foundations and community partners. Past community partners have included BETA Center, the Boys & Girls Club, and the Winter Park Community Center. Travelling exhibitions of Storytellers have been organized by Crealdé, touring Central Florida libraries and community centers, including a showing in the Supreme Court building at our state capital in Tallahassee. In addition, this project has been featured on two covers of Florida Magazine and was voted Best Arts Collaboration in 2000 by United Arts of Central Florida.
Storytellers XIV was funded through a grant from the St. Margaret Mary Outreach Fund, with additional support from Crealdé member Melodi Roberts.
Caption for The Offerings: Here is one of many symbols that are brought to the altar to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe. This tradition happens on December 12th. I have never participated in carrying the symbols, but would love to do it some year. A lot of people go to this celebration and I like going as well. -Pablo Garcia, Storytellers XIV

For more information, call:
Crealdé School of Art: (407) 671-1886 www.crealde.org; open M-Th. 9-4, Fri. & Sat. 9-1.
Heritage Center: (407) 539-2680 www.hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org , open Tu.-Th. 12-4, F 12-5, Sat. 10-2.



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Where: Maitland Historical Museum
Monday, July 11, 2011
Maitland History Illustrated: Works by Dawn Schreiner
April 21 - November 1, 2011
We Make History Community Gallery
In this exhibition, artist Dawn Schreiner creates her own interpretations from the history of Maitland, drawn and painted from source material at the Maitland Historical Museum.


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Where: John & Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center in Loch Haven Park
Monday, July 11, 2011
Orlando Shakes presents a fun-filled adaptation of a fairy tale Classic,
Snow white and the seven dwarfs

Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF is delighted to begin its 2011-2012 Theater for Young Audiences Series with an interactive and engaging adaptation of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, playing at the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center from July 7 through August 7, 2011.

Based on the classic fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS tells the famous story of a sweet girl who lives in the woods as part of a most unusual family - and of the Wicked Queen who will stop at nothing to be the most beautiful woman in the kingdom. Told with help from the younger members of audience, SNOW WHITE is wicked fun for the whole family.

In addition to public performances at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, Orlando Shakes is excited to offer an opportunity for families to delve deeper into the fairy tale through a fun and interactive story time at Barnes and Noble on Saturday, July 9 at 11AM. Led by the cast of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, this engaging 20-minute reading is an excellent precursor to the performance. Everyone attending will have a chance to win free tickets to attend a performance of SNOW WHITE at Orlando Shakespeare Theater. The story time for SNOW WHITE will take place at Barnes and Noble in the Colonial Plaza Market Place (2418 E Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32803).

Since 2002, Orlando Shakespeare Theater has provided quality productions for young people and their families. The Theater for Young Audience Season continues in October with a musical adaptation of MISS NELSON IS MISSING from October 20 to November 19, 2011 and CHARLOTTE'S WEB from March 29 to April 29, 2012. "This season offers families the opportunity to enjoy three dynamic adaptations based on works by well-known children's authors," Anne Hering, Orlando Shakes Director of Education commented. "The best part is that all these shows ignite the imagination and act as a launching point for theater appreciation as well as a life-long love of reading."

Single tickets and TYA Flex Passes are available now at <http://orlandoshakes.org> or by phone (407) 447-1700 <tel:%28407%29%20447-1700>.

Orlando Shakespeare Theater also offers student matinees specifically for schools, summer camps, and day cares. Learn more about the student matinees at <http://www.orlandoshakes.org/tickets/school-field-trips.html>.

WHAT
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Adapted by Maurice Berger

WHERE
Orlando Shakespeare Theater in the Goldman Theater
Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street, Orlando, FL 32803

WHEN
July 7 - August 7, 2011 - ON SALE NOW!

DATES AND PRICES
Tuesday - Friday at 10:30AM - all seats $9
Saturday at 2:00PM - all seats $10
Sunday at 4:30PM - all seats $10

DISCOUNTS
Group Sales: 10% off for groups of 10-19/ 20% off for groups of 20 or more, call ext. 265
Classes/Homeschool Groups: Buy 10 tickets, get the 11th FREE!

Tickets are available by calling 407-447-1700 <tel:407-447-1700> or online at <http://orlandoshakes.org/> and in person at the Box Office located inside the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street in Orlando's Loch Haven Cultural Park. Box Office hours are 12PM to show time, Tuesday-Saturday, and one hour prior to show time on Sundays for walk up sales. On non-performance days, the Box Office closes at 5pm.





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Where: Maitland Art Center
Monday, July 11, 2011
The Confident Line: Henry Patrick Raleigh
May 14 - September 11, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 14 6p.m. -8p.m.
Henry Patrick Raleigh (1880-1944) spent decades navigating high society and portraying opulent life as one of America's highest paid illustrators. He took his first job as a sketch artist for the San Francisco Examiner. While there, publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst noticed his talent and encouraged him to move to New York City.
Raleigh continued newspaper work while also creating illustrations for iconic publications such as Harper's Bazaar, The Saturday Evening Post, Vanity Fair and Colliers. Some of the greatest writers of the day, including F. Scott Fitzgerald, sought after Raleigh. Fitzgerald even wrote a fan letter saying, "Honestly, I think they're the best illustrations I've ever seen!"
Raleigh led a small pack of illustrators in this time called the "Golden Age of American Illustration." Improvements in printing technology freed illustrators to experiment with color and bold draftsmanship. His "confident line" created a portrait of American aspirations.
Art and History Museums, Maitland is proud to exhibit a selection from the Raleigh Archive, courtesy of collectors Kate and Chris Raleigh.
For more information visit www.artandhistory.org


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Tuesday, July 12, 2011
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Where: Crealde School of Art
Tuesday, July 12, 2011
31st Annual Student Show and Annual Meeting at Crealdé on June 10
Crealdé students are preparing their artwork for submission to Crealdé's 31st Annual Juried Student Show, which will be on display at the Alice and Williams Jenkins Gallery from June 10 to August 31st, 2011. This is the highlight of Crealdé's year, as students showcase their finest work to the community. Guest jurors will select an assortment of artworks in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and photography, created by a dedicated group of students, Fellows, and Studio Artists who attended Crealdé in 2010 and 2011. Many of the pieces will be for sale. Students will be awarded recognition in the form of prizes, certificates, and ribbons, and one purchase award. The opening reception for the Juried Student Show will be held in the Alice and William Jenkins Gallery on Friday, June 10th from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.
The Annual Membership Meeting will coincide with the opening reception, from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery on Crealdé's main campus. The meeting offers a chance to celebrate the year in review and includes the Annual Report presentation, as well as recognition awards for faculty, volunteers, and community supporters. In addition, Crealdé members will elect the new volunteer Board of Directors. This is an opportunity to hear from the people who use their creativity, ingenuity, and heart to make Crealdé School of Art possible. Executive Director Peter Schreyer and President of the Board David McLeod will report on the state of Crealdé as well as future plans.

Where: Showalter Hughes Community Gallery
Tuesday, July 12, 2011
At the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery May 6 to August 6
Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida
From May 6 to August 6, 2011 in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery, be sure to see the exhibit Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida. Storytellers XIV is a photographic outreach program by Crealdé School of Art produced in partnership with the Hope CommUnity Center in Apopka, and St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Mt. Dora. Using words and pictures, young photographers from Central Florida's diverse communities give us insight into their changing worlds.
This year the participants are from the rural communities of Zellwood, Sorrento and Mt. Dora, including: Fernando Balderas, Marla Balderas, Arcadio Espinoza, Chastity Espinoza, Pablo Garcia, Bianca Orozco, Elexia Orozco, Maria Ramirez, Vincente Rodriguez, Alfonso Sanchez, Erika Sauceda, and Maurilio Sauceda. They were instructed by photographer Anna Maria Jannotti and assistant Brian David Becker.
A PUBLIC RECEPTION will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery at Crealdé School of Art. Meet the young photographers and enjoy a dance performance by Sin Fronteras, "Without Borders," during the reception; refreshments and Mexican finger foods provided.
A brief history of the Storytellers program: Since the establishment of the program in 1996 by Crealdé's Executive Director Peter Schreyer, young artists from diverse Central Florida communities have been introduced to storytelling through black and white photography, sharing their unique vision of community, family, and place in history. Students learned to use professional 35mm cameras, allowing them to complete assignments and field trips to tell the story of their everyday lives. They developed their film and learned how to print their own photographs in Crealdé's darkroom facilities. They gathered information about their subjects and worked with instructors to develop picture ideas. In 2010, Storytellers had shifted to the use of digital-SLR cameras as well as computerized editing software. Over the course of the program, students can now learn digital shooting techniques, caption-writing, and photo-editing basics. Storytellers XIV is the second group to use the digital photography lab at Crealdé's Hannibal Square Heritage Center. The lab was established in 2009 thanks to a generous grant from the Community Foundation of Central Florida.
Throughout its existence, the Storytellers program has been funded by a wide range of private foundations and community partners. Past community partners have included BETA Center, the Boys & Girls Club, and the Winter Park Community Center. Travelling exhibitions of Storytellers have been organized by Crealdé, touring Central Florida libraries and community centers, including a showing in the Supreme Court building at our state capital in Tallahassee. In addition, this project has been featured on two covers of Florida Magazine and was voted Best Arts Collaboration in 2000 by United Arts of Central Florida.
Storytellers XIV was funded through a grant from the St. Margaret Mary Outreach Fund, with additional support from Crealdé member Melodi Roberts.
Caption for The Offerings: Here is one of many symbols that are brought to the altar to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe. This tradition happens on December 12th. I have never participated in carrying the symbols, but would love to do it some year. A lot of people go to this celebration and I like going as well. -Pablo Garcia, Storytellers XIV

For more information, call:
Crealdé School of Art: (407) 671-1886 www.crealde.org; open M-Th. 9-4, Fri. & Sat. 9-1.
Heritage Center: (407) 539-2680 www.hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org , open Tu.-Th. 12-4, F 12-5, Sat. 10-2.



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Where: Maitland Historical Museum
Tuesday, July 12, 2011
Maitland History Illustrated: Works by Dawn Schreiner
April 21 - November 1, 2011
We Make History Community Gallery
In this exhibition, artist Dawn Schreiner creates her own interpretations from the history of Maitland, drawn and painted from source material at the Maitland Historical Museum.


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Where: John & Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center in Loch Haven Park
Tuesday, July 12, 2011
Orlando Shakes presents a fun-filled adaptation of a fairy tale Classic,
Snow white and the seven dwarfs

Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF is delighted to begin its 2011-2012 Theater for Young Audiences Series with an interactive and engaging adaptation of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, playing at the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center from July 7 through August 7, 2011.

Based on the classic fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS tells the famous story of a sweet girl who lives in the woods as part of a most unusual family - and of the Wicked Queen who will stop at nothing to be the most beautiful woman in the kingdom. Told with help from the younger members of audience, SNOW WHITE is wicked fun for the whole family.

In addition to public performances at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, Orlando Shakes is excited to offer an opportunity for families to delve deeper into the fairy tale through a fun and interactive story time at Barnes and Noble on Saturday, July 9 at 11AM. Led by the cast of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, this engaging 20-minute reading is an excellent precursor to the performance. Everyone attending will have a chance to win free tickets to attend a performance of SNOW WHITE at Orlando Shakespeare Theater. The story time for SNOW WHITE will take place at Barnes and Noble in the Colonial Plaza Market Place (2418 E Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32803).

Since 2002, Orlando Shakespeare Theater has provided quality productions for young people and their families. The Theater for Young Audience Season continues in October with a musical adaptation of MISS NELSON IS MISSING from October 20 to November 19, 2011 and CHARLOTTE'S WEB from March 29 to April 29, 2012. "This season offers families the opportunity to enjoy three dynamic adaptations based on works by well-known children's authors," Anne Hering, Orlando Shakes Director of Education commented. "The best part is that all these shows ignite the imagination and act as a launching point for theater appreciation as well as a life-long love of reading."

Single tickets and TYA Flex Passes are available now at <http://orlandoshakes.org> or by phone (407) 447-1700 <tel:%28407%29%20447-1700>.

Orlando Shakespeare Theater also offers student matinees specifically for schools, summer camps, and day cares. Learn more about the student matinees at <http://www.orlandoshakes.org/tickets/school-field-trips.html>.

WHAT
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Adapted by Maurice Berger

WHERE
Orlando Shakespeare Theater in the Goldman Theater
Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street, Orlando, FL 32803

WHEN
July 7 - August 7, 2011 - ON SALE NOW!

DATES AND PRICES
Tuesday - Friday at 10:30AM - all seats $9
Saturday at 2:00PM - all seats $10
Sunday at 4:30PM - all seats $10

DISCOUNTS
Group Sales: 10% off for groups of 10-19/ 20% off for groups of 20 or more, call ext. 265
Classes/Homeschool Groups: Buy 10 tickets, get the 11th FREE!

Tickets are available by calling 407-447-1700 <tel:407-447-1700> or online at <http://orlandoshakes.org/> and in person at the Box Office located inside the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street in Orlando's Loch Haven Cultural Park. Box Office hours are 12PM to show time, Tuesday-Saturday, and one hour prior to show time on Sundays for walk up sales. On non-performance days, the Box Office closes at 5pm.





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Where: Maitland Art Center
Tuesday, July 12, 2011
The Confident Line: Henry Patrick Raleigh
May 14 - September 11, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 14 6p.m. -8p.m.
Henry Patrick Raleigh (1880-1944) spent decades navigating high society and portraying opulent life as one of America's highest paid illustrators. He took his first job as a sketch artist for the San Francisco Examiner. While there, publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst noticed his talent and encouraged him to move to New York City.
Raleigh continued newspaper work while also creating illustrations for iconic publications such as Harper's Bazaar, The Saturday Evening Post, Vanity Fair and Colliers. Some of the greatest writers of the day, including F. Scott Fitzgerald, sought after Raleigh. Fitzgerald even wrote a fan letter saying, "Honestly, I think they're the best illustrations I've ever seen!"
Raleigh led a small pack of illustrators in this time called the "Golden Age of American Illustration." Improvements in printing technology freed illustrators to experiment with color and bold draftsmanship. His "confident line" created a portrait of American aspirations.
Art and History Museums, Maitland is proud to exhibit a selection from the Raleigh Archive, courtesy of collectors Kate and Chris Raleigh.
For more information visit www.artandhistory.org


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Wednesday, July 13, 2011
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Where: Crealde School of Art
Wednesday, July 13, 2011
31st Annual Student Show and Annual Meeting at Crealdé on June 10
Crealdé students are preparing their artwork for submission to Crealdé's 31st Annual Juried Student Show, which will be on display at the Alice and Williams Jenkins Gallery from June 10 to August 31st, 2011. This is the highlight of Crealdé's year, as students showcase their finest work to the community. Guest jurors will select an assortment of artworks in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and photography, created by a dedicated group of students, Fellows, and Studio Artists who attended Crealdé in 2010 and 2011. Many of the pieces will be for sale. Students will be awarded recognition in the form of prizes, certificates, and ribbons, and one purchase award. The opening reception for the Juried Student Show will be held in the Alice and William Jenkins Gallery on Friday, June 10th from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.
The Annual Membership Meeting will coincide with the opening reception, from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery on Crealdé's main campus. The meeting offers a chance to celebrate the year in review and includes the Annual Report presentation, as well as recognition awards for faculty, volunteers, and community supporters. In addition, Crealdé members will elect the new volunteer Board of Directors. This is an opportunity to hear from the people who use their creativity, ingenuity, and heart to make Crealdé School of Art possible. Executive Director Peter Schreyer and President of the Board David McLeod will report on the state of Crealdé as well as future plans.

Where: Showalter Hughes Community Gallery
Wednesday, July 13, 2011
At the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery May 6 to August 6
Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida
From May 6 to August 6, 2011 in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery, be sure to see the exhibit Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida. Storytellers XIV is a photographic outreach program by Crealdé School of Art produced in partnership with the Hope CommUnity Center in Apopka, and St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Mt. Dora. Using words and pictures, young photographers from Central Florida's diverse communities give us insight into their changing worlds.
This year the participants are from the rural communities of Zellwood, Sorrento and Mt. Dora, including: Fernando Balderas, Marla Balderas, Arcadio Espinoza, Chastity Espinoza, Pablo Garcia, Bianca Orozco, Elexia Orozco, Maria Ramirez, Vincente Rodriguez, Alfonso Sanchez, Erika Sauceda, and Maurilio Sauceda. They were instructed by photographer Anna Maria Jannotti and assistant Brian David Becker.
A PUBLIC RECEPTION will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery at Crealdé School of Art. Meet the young photographers and enjoy a dance performance by Sin Fronteras, "Without Borders," during the reception; refreshments and Mexican finger foods provided.
A brief history of the Storytellers program: Since the establishment of the program in 1996 by Crealdé's Executive Director Peter Schreyer, young artists from diverse Central Florida communities have been introduced to storytelling through black and white photography, sharing their unique vision of community, family, and place in history. Students learned to use professional 35mm cameras, allowing them to complete assignments and field trips to tell the story of their everyday lives. They developed their film and learned how to print their own photographs in Crealdé's darkroom facilities. They gathered information about their subjects and worked with instructors to develop picture ideas. In 2010, Storytellers had shifted to the use of digital-SLR cameras as well as computerized editing software. Over the course of the program, students can now learn digital shooting techniques, caption-writing, and photo-editing basics. Storytellers XIV is the second group to use the digital photography lab at Crealdé's Hannibal Square Heritage Center. The lab was established in 2009 thanks to a generous grant from the Community Foundation of Central Florida.
Throughout its existence, the Storytellers program has been funded by a wide range of private foundations and community partners. Past community partners have included BETA Center, the Boys & Girls Club, and the Winter Park Community Center. Travelling exhibitions of Storytellers have been organized by Crealdé, touring Central Florida libraries and community centers, including a showing in the Supreme Court building at our state capital in Tallahassee. In addition, this project has been featured on two covers of Florida Magazine and was voted Best Arts Collaboration in 2000 by United Arts of Central Florida.
Storytellers XIV was funded through a grant from the St. Margaret Mary Outreach Fund, with additional support from Crealdé member Melodi Roberts.
Caption for The Offerings: Here is one of many symbols that are brought to the altar to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe. This tradition happens on December 12th. I have never participated in carrying the symbols, but would love to do it some year. A lot of people go to this celebration and I like going as well. -Pablo Garcia, Storytellers XIV

For more information, call:
Crealdé School of Art: (407) 671-1886 www.crealde.org; open M-Th. 9-4, Fri. & Sat. 9-1.
Heritage Center: (407) 539-2680 www.hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org , open Tu.-Th. 12-4, F 12-5, Sat. 10-2.



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Where: Maitland Historical Museum
Wednesday, July 13, 2011
Maitland History Illustrated: Works by Dawn Schreiner
April 21 - November 1, 2011
We Make History Community Gallery
In this exhibition, artist Dawn Schreiner creates her own interpretations from the history of Maitland, drawn and painted from source material at the Maitland Historical Museum.


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Where: John & Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center in Loch Haven Park
Wednesday, July 13, 2011
Orlando Shakes presents a fun-filled adaptation of a fairy tale Classic,
Snow white and the seven dwarfs

Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF is delighted to begin its 2011-2012 Theater for Young Audiences Series with an interactive and engaging adaptation of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, playing at the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center from July 7 through August 7, 2011.

Based on the classic fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS tells the famous story of a sweet girl who lives in the woods as part of a most unusual family - and of the Wicked Queen who will stop at nothing to be the most beautiful woman in the kingdom. Told with help from the younger members of audience, SNOW WHITE is wicked fun for the whole family.

In addition to public performances at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, Orlando Shakes is excited to offer an opportunity for families to delve deeper into the fairy tale through a fun and interactive story time at Barnes and Noble on Saturday, July 9 at 11AM. Led by the cast of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, this engaging 20-minute reading is an excellent precursor to the performance. Everyone attending will have a chance to win free tickets to attend a performance of SNOW WHITE at Orlando Shakespeare Theater. The story time for SNOW WHITE will take place at Barnes and Noble in the Colonial Plaza Market Place (2418 E Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32803).

Since 2002, Orlando Shakespeare Theater has provided quality productions for young people and their families. The Theater for Young Audience Season continues in October with a musical adaptation of MISS NELSON IS MISSING from October 20 to November 19, 2011 and CHARLOTTE'S WEB from March 29 to April 29, 2012. "This season offers families the opportunity to enjoy three dynamic adaptations based on works by well-known children's authors," Anne Hering, Orlando Shakes Director of Education commented. "The best part is that all these shows ignite the imagination and act as a launching point for theater appreciation as well as a life-long love of reading."

Single tickets and TYA Flex Passes are available now at <http://orlandoshakes.org> or by phone (407) 447-1700 <tel:%28407%29%20447-1700>.

Orlando Shakespeare Theater also offers student matinees specifically for schools, summer camps, and day cares. Learn more about the student matinees at <http://www.orlandoshakes.org/tickets/school-field-trips.html>.

WHAT
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Adapted by Maurice Berger

WHERE
Orlando Shakespeare Theater in the Goldman Theater
Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street, Orlando, FL 32803

WHEN
July 7 - August 7, 2011 - ON SALE NOW!

DATES AND PRICES
Tuesday - Friday at 10:30AM - all seats $9
Saturday at 2:00PM - all seats $10
Sunday at 4:30PM - all seats $10

DISCOUNTS
Group Sales: 10% off for groups of 10-19/ 20% off for groups of 20 or more, call ext. 265
Classes/Homeschool Groups: Buy 10 tickets, get the 11th FREE!

Tickets are available by calling 407-447-1700 <tel:407-447-1700> or online at <http://orlandoshakes.org/> and in person at the Box Office located inside the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street in Orlando's Loch Haven Cultural Park. Box Office hours are 12PM to show time, Tuesday-Saturday, and one hour prior to show time on Sundays for walk up sales. On non-performance days, the Box Office closes at 5pm.





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Where: Maitland Art Center
Wednesday, July 13, 2011
The Confident Line: Henry Patrick Raleigh
May 14 - September 11, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 14 6p.m. -8p.m.
Henry Patrick Raleigh (1880-1944) spent decades navigating high society and portraying opulent life as one of America's highest paid illustrators. He took his first job as a sketch artist for the San Francisco Examiner. While there, publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst noticed his talent and encouraged him to move to New York City.
Raleigh continued newspaper work while also creating illustrations for iconic publications such as Harper's Bazaar, The Saturday Evening Post, Vanity Fair and Colliers. Some of the greatest writers of the day, including F. Scott Fitzgerald, sought after Raleigh. Fitzgerald even wrote a fan letter saying, "Honestly, I think they're the best illustrations I've ever seen!"
Raleigh led a small pack of illustrators in this time called the "Golden Age of American Illustration." Improvements in printing technology freed illustrators to experiment with color and bold draftsmanship. His "confident line" created a portrait of American aspirations.
Art and History Museums, Maitland is proud to exhibit a selection from the Raleigh Archive, courtesy of collectors Kate and Chris Raleigh.
For more information visit www.artandhistory.org


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Thursday, July 14, 2011
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Where: Crealde School of Art
Thursday, July 14, 2011
31st Annual Student Show and Annual Meeting at Crealdé on June 10
Crealdé students are preparing their artwork for submission to Crealdé's 31st Annual Juried Student Show, which will be on display at the Alice and Williams Jenkins Gallery from June 10 to August 31st, 2011. This is the highlight of Crealdé's year, as students showcase their finest work to the community. Guest jurors will select an assortment of artworks in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and photography, created by a dedicated group of students, Fellows, and Studio Artists who attended Crealdé in 2010 and 2011. Many of the pieces will be for sale. Students will be awarded recognition in the form of prizes, certificates, and ribbons, and one purchase award. The opening reception for the Juried Student Show will be held in the Alice and William Jenkins Gallery on Friday, June 10th from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.
The Annual Membership Meeting will coincide with the opening reception, from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery on Crealdé's main campus. The meeting offers a chance to celebrate the year in review and includes the Annual Report presentation, as well as recognition awards for faculty, volunteers, and community supporters. In addition, Crealdé members will elect the new volunteer Board of Directors. This is an opportunity to hear from the people who use their creativity, ingenuity, and heart to make Crealdé School of Art possible. Executive Director Peter Schreyer and President of the Board David McLeod will report on the state of Crealdé as well as future plans.

Where: Showalter Hughes Community Gallery
Thursday, July 14, 2011
At the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery May 6 to August 6
Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida
From May 6 to August 6, 2011 in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery, be sure to see the exhibit Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida. Storytellers XIV is a photographic outreach program by Crealdé School of Art produced in partnership with the Hope CommUnity Center in Apopka, and St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Mt. Dora. Using words and pictures, young photographers from Central Florida's diverse communities give us insight into their changing worlds.
This year the participants are from the rural communities of Zellwood, Sorrento and Mt. Dora, including: Fernando Balderas, Marla Balderas, Arcadio Espinoza, Chastity Espinoza, Pablo Garcia, Bianca Orozco, Elexia Orozco, Maria Ramirez, Vincente Rodriguez, Alfonso Sanchez, Erika Sauceda, and Maurilio Sauceda. They were instructed by photographer Anna Maria Jannotti and assistant Brian David Becker.
A PUBLIC RECEPTION will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery at Crealdé School of Art. Meet the young photographers and enjoy a dance performance by Sin Fronteras, "Without Borders," during the reception; refreshments and Mexican finger foods provided.
A brief history of the Storytellers program: Since the establishment of the program in 1996 by Crealdé's Executive Director Peter Schreyer, young artists from diverse Central Florida communities have been introduced to storytelling through black and white photography, sharing their unique vision of community, family, and place in history. Students learned to use professional 35mm cameras, allowing them to complete assignments and field trips to tell the story of their everyday lives. They developed their film and learned how to print their own photographs in Crealdé's darkroom facilities. They gathered information about their subjects and worked with instructors to develop picture ideas. In 2010, Storytellers had shifted to the use of digital-SLR cameras as well as computerized editing software. Over the course of the program, students can now learn digital shooting techniques, caption-writing, and photo-editing basics. Storytellers XIV is the second group to use the digital photography lab at Crealdé's Hannibal Square Heritage Center. The lab was established in 2009 thanks to a generous grant from the Community Foundation of Central Florida.
Throughout its existence, the Storytellers program has been funded by a wide range of private foundations and community partners. Past community partners have included BETA Center, the Boys & Girls Club, and the Winter Park Community Center. Travelling exhibitions of Storytellers have been organized by Crealdé, touring Central Florida libraries and community centers, including a showing in the Supreme Court building at our state capital in Tallahassee. In addition, this project has been featured on two covers of Florida Magazine and was voted Best Arts Collaboration in 2000 by United Arts of Central Florida.
Storytellers XIV was funded through a grant from the St. Margaret Mary Outreach Fund, with additional support from Crealdé member Melodi Roberts.
Caption for The Offerings: Here is one of many symbols that are brought to the altar to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe. This tradition happens on December 12th. I have never participated in carrying the symbols, but would love to do it some year. A lot of people go to this celebration and I like going as well. -Pablo Garcia, Storytellers XIV

For more information, call:
Crealdé School of Art: (407) 671-1886 www.crealde.org; open M-Th. 9-4, Fri. & Sat. 9-1.
Heritage Center: (407) 539-2680 www.hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org , open Tu.-Th. 12-4, F 12-5, Sat. 10-2.



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Where: Maitland Historical Museum
Thursday, July 14, 2011
Maitland History Illustrated: Works by Dawn Schreiner
April 21 - November 1, 2011
We Make History Community Gallery
In this exhibition, artist Dawn Schreiner creates her own interpretations from the history of Maitland, drawn and painted from source material at the Maitland Historical Museum.


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Where: John & Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center in Loch Haven Park
Thursday, July 14, 2011
Orlando Shakes presents a fun-filled adaptation of a fairy tale Classic,
Snow white and the seven dwarfs

Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF is delighted to begin its 2011-2012 Theater for Young Audiences Series with an interactive and engaging adaptation of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, playing at the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center from July 7 through August 7, 2011.

Based on the classic fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS tells the famous story of a sweet girl who lives in the woods as part of a most unusual family - and of the Wicked Queen who will stop at nothing to be the most beautiful woman in the kingdom. Told with help from the younger members of audience, SNOW WHITE is wicked fun for the whole family.

In addition to public performances at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, Orlando Shakes is excited to offer an opportunity for families to delve deeper into the fairy tale through a fun and interactive story time at Barnes and Noble on Saturday, July 9 at 11AM. Led by the cast of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, this engaging 20-minute reading is an excellent precursor to the performance. Everyone attending will have a chance to win free tickets to attend a performance of SNOW WHITE at Orlando Shakespeare Theater. The story time for SNOW WHITE will take place at Barnes and Noble in the Colonial Plaza Market Place (2418 E Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32803).

Since 2002, Orlando Shakespeare Theater has provided quality productions for young people and their families. The Theater for Young Audience Season continues in October with a musical adaptation of MISS NELSON IS MISSING from October 20 to November 19, 2011 and CHARLOTTE'S WEB from March 29 to April 29, 2012. "This season offers families the opportunity to enjoy three dynamic adaptations based on works by well-known children's authors," Anne Hering, Orlando Shakes Director of Education commented. "The best part is that all these shows ignite the imagination and act as a launching point for theater appreciation as well as a life-long love of reading."

Single tickets and TYA Flex Passes are available now at <http://orlandoshakes.org> or by phone (407) 447-1700 <tel:%28407%29%20447-1700>.

Orlando Shakespeare Theater also offers student matinees specifically for schools, summer camps, and day cares. Learn more about the student matinees at <http://www.orlandoshakes.org/tickets/school-field-trips.html>.

WHAT
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Adapted by Maurice Berger

WHERE
Orlando Shakespeare Theater in the Goldman Theater
Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street, Orlando, FL 32803

WHEN
July 7 - August 7, 2011 - ON SALE NOW!

DATES AND PRICES
Tuesday - Friday at 10:30AM - all seats $9
Saturday at 2:00PM - all seats $10
Sunday at 4:30PM - all seats $10

DISCOUNTS
Group Sales: 10% off for groups of 10-19/ 20% off for groups of 20 or more, call ext. 265
Classes/Homeschool Groups: Buy 10 tickets, get the 11th FREE!

Tickets are available by calling 407-447-1700 <tel:407-447-1700> or online at <http://orlandoshakes.org/> and in person at the Box Office located inside the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street in Orlando's Loch Haven Cultural Park. Box Office hours are 12PM to show time, Tuesday-Saturday, and one hour prior to show time on Sundays for walk up sales. On non-performance days, the Box Office closes at 5pm.





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Where: Maitland Art Center
Thursday, July 14, 2011
The Confident Line: Henry Patrick Raleigh
May 14 - September 11, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 14 6p.m. -8p.m.
Henry Patrick Raleigh (1880-1944) spent decades navigating high society and portraying opulent life as one of America's highest paid illustrators. He took his first job as a sketch artist for the San Francisco Examiner. While there, publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst noticed his talent and encouraged him to move to New York City.
Raleigh continued newspaper work while also creating illustrations for iconic publications such as Harper's Bazaar, The Saturday Evening Post, Vanity Fair and Colliers. Some of the greatest writers of the day, including F. Scott Fitzgerald, sought after Raleigh. Fitzgerald even wrote a fan letter saying, "Honestly, I think they're the best illustrations I've ever seen!"
Raleigh led a small pack of illustrators in this time called the "Golden Age of American Illustration." Improvements in printing technology freed illustrators to experiment with color and bold draftsmanship. His "confident line" created a portrait of American aspirations.
Art and History Museums, Maitland is proud to exhibit a selection from the Raleigh Archive, courtesy of collectors Kate and Chris Raleigh.
For more information visit www.artandhistory.org


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Friday, July 15, 2011
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Where: Crealde School of Art
Friday, July 15, 2011
31st Annual Student Show and Annual Meeting at Crealdé on June 10
Crealdé students are preparing their artwork for submission to Crealdé's 31st Annual Juried Student Show, which will be on display at the Alice and Williams Jenkins Gallery from June 10 to August 31st, 2011. This is the highlight of Crealdé's year, as students showcase their finest work to the community. Guest jurors will select an assortment of artworks in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and photography, created by a dedicated group of students, Fellows, and Studio Artists who attended Crealdé in 2010 and 2011. Many of the pieces will be for sale. Students will be awarded recognition in the form of prizes, certificates, and ribbons, and one purchase award. The opening reception for the Juried Student Show will be held in the Alice and William Jenkins Gallery on Friday, June 10th from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.
The Annual Membership Meeting will coincide with the opening reception, from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery on Crealdé's main campus. The meeting offers a chance to celebrate the year in review and includes the Annual Report presentation, as well as recognition awards for faculty, volunteers, and community supporters. In addition, Crealdé members will elect the new volunteer Board of Directors. This is an opportunity to hear from the people who use their creativity, ingenuity, and heart to make Crealdé School of Art possible. Executive Director Peter Schreyer and President of the Board David McLeod will report on the state of Crealdé as well as future plans.

Where: Showalter Hughes Community Gallery
Friday, July 15, 2011
At the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery May 6 to August 6
Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida
From May 6 to August 6, 2011 in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery, be sure to see the exhibit Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida. Storytellers XIV is a photographic outreach program by Crealdé School of Art produced in partnership with the Hope CommUnity Center in Apopka, and St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Mt. Dora. Using words and pictures, young photographers from Central Florida's diverse communities give us insight into their changing worlds.
This year the participants are from the rural communities of Zellwood, Sorrento and Mt. Dora, including: Fernando Balderas, Marla Balderas, Arcadio Espinoza, Chastity Espinoza, Pablo Garcia, Bianca Orozco, Elexia Orozco, Maria Ramirez, Vincente Rodriguez, Alfonso Sanchez, Erika Sauceda, and Maurilio Sauceda. They were instructed by photographer Anna Maria Jannotti and assistant Brian David Becker.
A PUBLIC RECEPTION will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery at Crealdé School of Art. Meet the young photographers and enjoy a dance performance by Sin Fronteras, "Without Borders," during the reception; refreshments and Mexican finger foods provided.
A brief history of the Storytellers program: Since the establishment of the program in 1996 by Crealdé's Executive Director Peter Schreyer, young artists from diverse Central Florida communities have been introduced to storytelling through black and white photography, sharing their unique vision of community, family, and place in history. Students learned to use professional 35mm cameras, allowing them to complete assignments and field trips to tell the story of their everyday lives. They developed their film and learned how to print their own photographs in Crealdé's darkroom facilities. They gathered information about their subjects and worked with instructors to develop picture ideas. In 2010, Storytellers had shifted to the use of digital-SLR cameras as well as computerized editing software. Over the course of the program, students can now learn digital shooting techniques, caption-writing, and photo-editing basics. Storytellers XIV is the second group to use the digital photography lab at Crealdé's Hannibal Square Heritage Center. The lab was established in 2009 thanks to a generous grant from the Community Foundation of Central Florida.
Throughout its existence, the Storytellers program has been funded by a wide range of private foundations and community partners. Past community partners have included BETA Center, the Boys & Girls Club, and the Winter Park Community Center. Travelling exhibitions of Storytellers have been organized by Crealdé, touring Central Florida libraries and community centers, including a showing in the Supreme Court building at our state capital in Tallahassee. In addition, this project has been featured on two covers of Florida Magazine and was voted Best Arts Collaboration in 2000 by United Arts of Central Florida.
Storytellers XIV was funded through a grant from the St. Margaret Mary Outreach Fund, with additional support from Crealdé member Melodi Roberts.
Caption for The Offerings: Here is one of many symbols that are brought to the altar to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe. This tradition happens on December 12th. I have never participated in carrying the symbols, but would love to do it some year. A lot of people go to this celebration and I like going as well. -Pablo Garcia, Storytellers XIV

For more information, call:
Crealdé School of Art: (407) 671-1886 www.crealde.org; open M-Th. 9-4, Fri. & Sat. 9-1.
Heritage Center: (407) 539-2680 www.hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org , open Tu.-Th. 12-4, F 12-5, Sat. 10-2.



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Where: Maitland Historical Museum
Friday, July 15, 2011
Maitland History Illustrated: Works by Dawn Schreiner
April 21 - November 1, 2011
We Make History Community Gallery
In this exhibition, artist Dawn Schreiner creates her own interpretations from the history of Maitland, drawn and painted from source material at the Maitland Historical Museum.


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Where: John & Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center in Loch Haven Park
Friday, July 15, 2011
Orlando Shakes presents a fun-filled adaptation of a fairy tale Classic,
Snow white and the seven dwarfs

Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF is delighted to begin its 2011-2012 Theater for Young Audiences Series with an interactive and engaging adaptation of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, playing at the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center from July 7 through August 7, 2011.

Based on the classic fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS tells the famous story of a sweet girl who lives in the woods as part of a most unusual family - and of the Wicked Queen who will stop at nothing to be the most beautiful woman in the kingdom. Told with help from the younger members of audience, SNOW WHITE is wicked fun for the whole family.

In addition to public performances at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, Orlando Shakes is excited to offer an opportunity for families to delve deeper into the fairy tale through a fun and interactive story time at Barnes and Noble on Saturday, July 9 at 11AM. Led by the cast of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, this engaging 20-minute reading is an excellent precursor to the performance. Everyone attending will have a chance to win free tickets to attend a performance of SNOW WHITE at Orlando Shakespeare Theater. The story time for SNOW WHITE will take place at Barnes and Noble in the Colonial Plaza Market Place (2418 E Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32803).

Since 2002, Orlando Shakespeare Theater has provided quality productions for young people and their families. The Theater for Young Audience Season continues in October with a musical adaptation of MISS NELSON IS MISSING from October 20 to November 19, 2011 and CHARLOTTE'S WEB from March 29 to April 29, 2012. "This season offers families the opportunity to enjoy three dynamic adaptations based on works by well-known children's authors," Anne Hering, Orlando Shakes Director of Education commented. "The best part is that all these shows ignite the imagination and act as a launching point for theater appreciation as well as a life-long love of reading."

Single tickets and TYA Flex Passes are available now at <http://orlandoshakes.org> or by phone (407) 447-1700 <tel:%28407%29%20447-1700>.

Orlando Shakespeare Theater also offers student matinees specifically for schools, summer camps, and day cares. Learn more about the student matinees at <http://www.orlandoshakes.org/tickets/school-field-trips.html>.

WHAT
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Adapted by Maurice Berger

WHERE
Orlando Shakespeare Theater in the Goldman Theater
Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street, Orlando, FL 32803

WHEN
July 7 - August 7, 2011 - ON SALE NOW!

DATES AND PRICES
Tuesday - Friday at 10:30AM - all seats $9
Saturday at 2:00PM - all seats $10
Sunday at 4:30PM - all seats $10

DISCOUNTS
Group Sales: 10% off for groups of 10-19/ 20% off for groups of 20 or more, call ext. 265
Classes/Homeschool Groups: Buy 10 tickets, get the 11th FREE!

Tickets are available by calling 407-447-1700 <tel:407-447-1700> or online at <http://orlandoshakes.org/> and in person at the Box Office located inside the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street in Orlando's Loch Haven Cultural Park. Box Office hours are 12PM to show time, Tuesday-Saturday, and one hour prior to show time on Sundays for walk up sales. On non-performance days, the Box Office closes at 5pm.





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Where: Maitland Art Center
Friday, July 15, 2011
The Confident Line: Henry Patrick Raleigh
May 14 - September 11, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 14 6p.m. -8p.m.
Henry Patrick Raleigh (1880-1944) spent decades navigating high society and portraying opulent life as one of America's highest paid illustrators. He took his first job as a sketch artist for the San Francisco Examiner. While there, publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst noticed his talent and encouraged him to move to New York City.
Raleigh continued newspaper work while also creating illustrations for iconic publications such as Harper's Bazaar, The Saturday Evening Post, Vanity Fair and Colliers. Some of the greatest writers of the day, including F. Scott Fitzgerald, sought after Raleigh. Fitzgerald even wrote a fan letter saying, "Honestly, I think they're the best illustrations I've ever seen!"
Raleigh led a small pack of illustrators in this time called the "Golden Age of American Illustration." Improvements in printing technology freed illustrators to experiment with color and bold draftsmanship. His "confident line" created a portrait of American aspirations.
Art and History Museums, Maitland is proud to exhibit a selection from the Raleigh Archive, courtesy of collectors Kate and Chris Raleigh.
For more information visit www.artandhistory.org


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Saturday, July 16, 2011
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Where: Crealde School of Art
Saturday, July 16, 2011
31st Annual Student Show and Annual Meeting at Crealdé on June 10
Crealdé students are preparing their artwork for submission to Crealdé's 31st Annual Juried Student Show, which will be on display at the Alice and Williams Jenkins Gallery from June 10 to August 31st, 2011. This is the highlight of Crealdé's year, as students showcase their finest work to the community. Guest jurors will select an assortment of artworks in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and photography, created by a dedicated group of students, Fellows, and Studio Artists who attended Crealdé in 2010 and 2011. Many of the pieces will be for sale. Students will be awarded recognition in the form of prizes, certificates, and ribbons, and one purchase award. The opening reception for the Juried Student Show will be held in the Alice and William Jenkins Gallery on Friday, June 10th from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.
The Annual Membership Meeting will coincide with the opening reception, from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery on Crealdé's main campus. The meeting offers a chance to celebrate the year in review and includes the Annual Report presentation, as well as recognition awards for faculty, volunteers, and community supporters. In addition, Crealdé members will elect the new volunteer Board of Directors. This is an opportunity to hear from the people who use their creativity, ingenuity, and heart to make Crealdé School of Art possible. Executive Director Peter Schreyer and President of the Board David McLeod will report on the state of Crealdé as well as future plans.

Where: Showalter Hughes Community Gallery
Saturday, July 16, 2011
At the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery May 6 to August 6
Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida
From May 6 to August 6, 2011 in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery, be sure to see the exhibit Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida. Storytellers XIV is a photographic outreach program by Crealdé School of Art produced in partnership with the Hope CommUnity Center in Apopka, and St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Mt. Dora. Using words and pictures, young photographers from Central Florida's diverse communities give us insight into their changing worlds.
This year the participants are from the rural communities of Zellwood, Sorrento and Mt. Dora, including: Fernando Balderas, Marla Balderas, Arcadio Espinoza, Chastity Espinoza, Pablo Garcia, Bianca Orozco, Elexia Orozco, Maria Ramirez, Vincente Rodriguez, Alfonso Sanchez, Erika Sauceda, and Maurilio Sauceda. They were instructed by photographer Anna Maria Jannotti and assistant Brian David Becker.
A PUBLIC RECEPTION will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery at Crealdé School of Art. Meet the young photographers and enjoy a dance performance by Sin Fronteras, "Without Borders," during the reception; refreshments and Mexican finger foods provided.
A brief history of the Storytellers program: Since the establishment of the program in 1996 by Crealdé's Executive Director Peter Schreyer, young artists from diverse Central Florida communities have been introduced to storytelling through black and white photography, sharing their unique vision of community, family, and place in history. Students learned to use professional 35mm cameras, allowing them to complete assignments and field trips to tell the story of their everyday lives. They developed their film and learned how to print their own photographs in Crealdé's darkroom facilities. They gathered information about their subjects and worked with instructors to develop picture ideas. In 2010, Storytellers had shifted to the use of digital-SLR cameras as well as computerized editing software. Over the course of the program, students can now learn digital shooting techniques, caption-writing, and photo-editing basics. Storytellers XIV is the second group to use the digital photography lab at Crealdé's Hannibal Square Heritage Center. The lab was established in 2009 thanks to a generous grant from the Community Foundation of Central Florida.
Throughout its existence, the Storytellers program has been funded by a wide range of private foundations and community partners. Past community partners have included BETA Center, the Boys & Girls Club, and the Winter Park Community Center. Travelling exhibitions of Storytellers have been organized by Crealdé, touring Central Florida libraries and community centers, including a showing in the Supreme Court building at our state capital in Tallahassee. In addition, this project has been featured on two covers of Florida Magazine and was voted Best Arts Collaboration in 2000 by United Arts of Central Florida.
Storytellers XIV was funded through a grant from the St. Margaret Mary Outreach Fund, with additional support from Crealdé member Melodi Roberts.
Caption for The Offerings: Here is one of many symbols that are brought to the altar to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe. This tradition happens on December 12th. I have never participated in carrying the symbols, but would love to do it some year. A lot of people go to this celebration and I like going as well. -Pablo Garcia, Storytellers XIV

For more information, call:
Crealdé School of Art: (407) 671-1886 www.crealde.org; open M-Th. 9-4, Fri. & Sat. 9-1.
Heritage Center: (407) 539-2680 www.hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org , open Tu.-Th. 12-4, F 12-5, Sat. 10-2.



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Where: Maitland Historical Museum
Saturday, July 16, 2011
Maitland History Illustrated: Works by Dawn Schreiner
April 21 - November 1, 2011
We Make History Community Gallery
In this exhibition, artist Dawn Schreiner creates her own interpretations from the history of Maitland, drawn and painted from source material at the Maitland Historical Museum.


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Where: John & Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center in Loch Haven Park
Saturday, July 16, 2011
Orlando Shakes presents a fun-filled adaptation of a fairy tale Classic,
Snow white and the seven dwarfs

Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF is delighted to begin its 2011-2012 Theater for Young Audiences Series with an interactive and engaging adaptation of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, playing at the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center from July 7 through August 7, 2011.

Based on the classic fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS tells the famous story of a sweet girl who lives in the woods as part of a most unusual family - and of the Wicked Queen who will stop at nothing to be the most beautiful woman in the kingdom. Told with help from the younger members of audience, SNOW WHITE is wicked fun for the whole family.

In addition to public performances at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, Orlando Shakes is excited to offer an opportunity for families to delve deeper into the fairy tale through a fun and interactive story time at Barnes and Noble on Saturday, July 9 at 11AM. Led by the cast of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, this engaging 20-minute reading is an excellent precursor to the performance. Everyone attending will have a chance to win free tickets to attend a performance of SNOW WHITE at Orlando Shakespeare Theater. The story time for SNOW WHITE will take place at Barnes and Noble in the Colonial Plaza Market Place (2418 E Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32803).

Since 2002, Orlando Shakespeare Theater has provided quality productions for young people and their families. The Theater for Young Audience Season continues in October with a musical adaptation of MISS NELSON IS MISSING from October 20 to November 19, 2011 and CHARLOTTE'S WEB from March 29 to April 29, 2012. "This season offers families the opportunity to enjoy three dynamic adaptations based on works by well-known children's authors," Anne Hering, Orlando Shakes Director of Education commented. "The best part is that all these shows ignite the imagination and act as a launching point for theater appreciation as well as a life-long love of reading."

Single tickets and TYA Flex Passes are available now at <http://orlandoshakes.org> or by phone (407) 447-1700 <tel:%28407%29%20447-1700>.

Orlando Shakespeare Theater also offers student matinees specifically for schools, summer camps, and day cares. Learn more about the student matinees at <http://www.orlandoshakes.org/tickets/school-field-trips.html>.

WHAT
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Adapted by Maurice Berger

WHERE
Orlando Shakespeare Theater in the Goldman Theater
Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street, Orlando, FL 32803

WHEN
July 7 - August 7, 2011 - ON SALE NOW!

DATES AND PRICES
Tuesday - Friday at 10:30AM - all seats $9
Saturday at 2:00PM - all seats $10
Sunday at 4:30PM - all seats $10

DISCOUNTS
Group Sales: 10% off for groups of 10-19/ 20% off for groups of 20 or more, call ext. 265
Classes/Homeschool Groups: Buy 10 tickets, get the 11th FREE!

Tickets are available by calling 407-447-1700 <tel:407-447-1700> or online at <http://orlandoshakes.org/> and in person at the Box Office located inside the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street in Orlando's Loch Haven Cultural Park. Box Office hours are 12PM to show time, Tuesday-Saturday, and one hour prior to show time on Sundays for walk up sales. On non-performance days, the Box Office closes at 5pm.





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Where: Maitland Art Center
Saturday, July 16, 2011
The Confident Line: Henry Patrick Raleigh
May 14 - September 11, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 14 6p.m. -8p.m.
Henry Patrick Raleigh (1880-1944) spent decades navigating high society and portraying opulent life as one of America's highest paid illustrators. He took his first job as a sketch artist for the San Francisco Examiner. While there, publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst noticed his talent and encouraged him to move to New York City.
Raleigh continued newspaper work while also creating illustrations for iconic publications such as Harper's Bazaar, The Saturday Evening Post, Vanity Fair and Colliers. Some of the greatest writers of the day, including F. Scott Fitzgerald, sought after Raleigh. Fitzgerald even wrote a fan letter saying, "Honestly, I think they're the best illustrations I've ever seen!"
Raleigh led a small pack of illustrators in this time called the "Golden Age of American Illustration." Improvements in printing technology freed illustrators to experiment with color and bold draftsmanship. His "confident line" created a portrait of American aspirations.
Art and History Museums, Maitland is proud to exhibit a selection from the Raleigh Archive, courtesy of collectors Kate and Chris Raleigh.
For more information visit www.artandhistory.org


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Sunday, July 17, 2011
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Where: Crealde School of Art
Sunday, July 17, 2011
31st Annual Student Show and Annual Meeting at Crealdé on June 10
Crealdé students are preparing their artwork for submission to Crealdé's 31st Annual Juried Student Show, which will be on display at the Alice and Williams Jenkins Gallery from June 10 to August 31st, 2011. This is the highlight of Crealdé's year, as students showcase their finest work to the community. Guest jurors will select an assortment of artworks in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and photography, created by a dedicated group of students, Fellows, and Studio Artists who attended Crealdé in 2010 and 2011. Many of the pieces will be for sale. Students will be awarded recognition in the form of prizes, certificates, and ribbons, and one purchase award. The opening reception for the Juried Student Show will be held in the Alice and William Jenkins Gallery on Friday, June 10th from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.
The Annual Membership Meeting will coincide with the opening reception, from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery on Crealdé's main campus. The meeting offers a chance to celebrate the year in review and includes the Annual Report presentation, as well as recognition awards for faculty, volunteers, and community supporters. In addition, Crealdé members will elect the new volunteer Board of Directors. This is an opportunity to hear from the people who use their creativity, ingenuity, and heart to make Crealdé School of Art possible. Executive Director Peter Schreyer and President of the Board David McLeod will report on the state of Crealdé as well as future plans.

Where: Showalter Hughes Community Gallery
Sunday, July 17, 2011
At the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery May 6 to August 6
Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida
From May 6 to August 6, 2011 in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery, be sure to see the exhibit Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida. Storytellers XIV is a photographic outreach program by Crealdé School of Art produced in partnership with the Hope CommUnity Center in Apopka, and St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Mt. Dora. Using words and pictures, young photographers from Central Florida's diverse communities give us insight into their changing worlds.
This year the participants are from the rural communities of Zellwood, Sorrento and Mt. Dora, including: Fernando Balderas, Marla Balderas, Arcadio Espinoza, Chastity Espinoza, Pablo Garcia, Bianca Orozco, Elexia Orozco, Maria Ramirez, Vincente Rodriguez, Alfonso Sanchez, Erika Sauceda, and Maurilio Sauceda. They were instructed by photographer Anna Maria Jannotti and assistant Brian David Becker.
A PUBLIC RECEPTION will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery at Crealdé School of Art. Meet the young photographers and enjoy a dance performance by Sin Fronteras, "Without Borders," during the reception; refreshments and Mexican finger foods provided.
A brief history of the Storytellers program: Since the establishment of the program in 1996 by Crealdé's Executive Director Peter Schreyer, young artists from diverse Central Florida communities have been introduced to storytelling through black and white photography, sharing their unique vision of community, family, and place in history. Students learned to use professional 35mm cameras, allowing them to complete assignments and field trips to tell the story of their everyday lives. They developed their film and learned how to print their own photographs in Crealdé's darkroom facilities. They gathered information about their subjects and worked with instructors to develop picture ideas. In 2010, Storytellers had shifted to the use of digital-SLR cameras as well as computerized editing software. Over the course of the program, students can now learn digital shooting techniques, caption-writing, and photo-editing basics. Storytellers XIV is the second group to use the digital photography lab at Crealdé's Hannibal Square Heritage Center. The lab was established in 2009 thanks to a generous grant from the Community Foundation of Central Florida.
Throughout its existence, the Storytellers program has been funded by a wide range of private foundations and community partners. Past community partners have included BETA Center, the Boys & Girls Club, and the Winter Park Community Center. Travelling exhibitions of Storytellers have been organized by Crealdé, touring Central Florida libraries and community centers, including a showing in the Supreme Court building at our state capital in Tallahassee. In addition, this project has been featured on two covers of Florida Magazine and was voted Best Arts Collaboration in 2000 by United Arts of Central Florida.
Storytellers XIV was funded through a grant from the St. Margaret Mary Outreach Fund, with additional support from Crealdé member Melodi Roberts.
Caption for The Offerings: Here is one of many symbols that are brought to the altar to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe. This tradition happens on December 12th. I have never participated in carrying the symbols, but would love to do it some year. A lot of people go to this celebration and I like going as well. -Pablo Garcia, Storytellers XIV

For more information, call:
Crealdé School of Art: (407) 671-1886 www.crealde.org; open M-Th. 9-4, Fri. & Sat. 9-1.
Heritage Center: (407) 539-2680 www.hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org , open Tu.-Th. 12-4, F 12-5, Sat. 10-2.



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Where: Maitland Historical Museum
Sunday, July 17, 2011
Maitland History Illustrated: Works by Dawn Schreiner
April 21 - November 1, 2011
We Make History Community Gallery
In this exhibition, artist Dawn Schreiner creates her own interpretations from the history of Maitland, drawn and painted from source material at the Maitland Historical Museum.


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Where: John & Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center in Loch Haven Park
Sunday, July 17, 2011
Orlando Shakes presents a fun-filled adaptation of a fairy tale Classic,
Snow white and the seven dwarfs

Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF is delighted to begin its 2011-2012 Theater for Young Audiences Series with an interactive and engaging adaptation of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, playing at the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center from July 7 through August 7, 2011.

Based on the classic fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS tells the famous story of a sweet girl who lives in the woods as part of a most unusual family - and of the Wicked Queen who will stop at nothing to be the most beautiful woman in the kingdom. Told with help from the younger members of audience, SNOW WHITE is wicked fun for the whole family.

In addition to public performances at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, Orlando Shakes is excited to offer an opportunity for families to delve deeper into the fairy tale through a fun and interactive story time at Barnes and Noble on Saturday, July 9 at 11AM. Led by the cast of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, this engaging 20-minute reading is an excellent precursor to the performance. Everyone attending will have a chance to win free tickets to attend a performance of SNOW WHITE at Orlando Shakespeare Theater. The story time for SNOW WHITE will take place at Barnes and Noble in the Colonial Plaza Market Place (2418 E Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32803).

Since 2002, Orlando Shakespeare Theater has provided quality productions for young people and their families. The Theater for Young Audience Season continues in October with a musical adaptation of MISS NELSON IS MISSING from October 20 to November 19, 2011 and CHARLOTTE'S WEB from March 29 to April 29, 2012. "This season offers families the opportunity to enjoy three dynamic adaptations based on works by well-known children's authors," Anne Hering, Orlando Shakes Director of Education commented. "The best part is that all these shows ignite the imagination and act as a launching point for theater appreciation as well as a life-long love of reading."

Single tickets and TYA Flex Passes are available now at <http://orlandoshakes.org> or by phone (407) 447-1700 <tel:%28407%29%20447-1700>.

Orlando Shakespeare Theater also offers student matinees specifically for schools, summer camps, and day cares. Learn more about the student matinees at <http://www.orlandoshakes.org/tickets/school-field-trips.html>.

WHAT
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Adapted by Maurice Berger

WHERE
Orlando Shakespeare Theater in the Goldman Theater
Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street, Orlando, FL 32803

WHEN
July 7 - August 7, 2011 - ON SALE NOW!

DATES AND PRICES
Tuesday - Friday at 10:30AM - all seats $9
Saturday at 2:00PM - all seats $10
Sunday at 4:30PM - all seats $10

DISCOUNTS
Group Sales: 10% off for groups of 10-19/ 20% off for groups of 20 or more, call ext. 265
Classes/Homeschool Groups: Buy 10 tickets, get the 11th FREE!

Tickets are available by calling 407-447-1700 <tel:407-447-1700> or online at <http://orlandoshakes.org/> and in person at the Box Office located inside the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street in Orlando's Loch Haven Cultural Park. Box Office hours are 12PM to show time, Tuesday-Saturday, and one hour prior to show time on Sundays for walk up sales. On non-performance days, the Box Office closes at 5pm.





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Where: Maitland Art Center
Sunday, July 17, 2011
The Confident Line: Henry Patrick Raleigh
May 14 - September 11, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 14 6p.m. -8p.m.
Henry Patrick Raleigh (1880-1944) spent decades navigating high society and portraying opulent life as one of America's highest paid illustrators. He took his first job as a sketch artist for the San Francisco Examiner. While there, publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst noticed his talent and encouraged him to move to New York City.
Raleigh continued newspaper work while also creating illustrations for iconic publications such as Harper's Bazaar, The Saturday Evening Post, Vanity Fair and Colliers. Some of the greatest writers of the day, including F. Scott Fitzgerald, sought after Raleigh. Fitzgerald even wrote a fan letter saying, "Honestly, I think they're the best illustrations I've ever seen!"
Raleigh led a small pack of illustrators in this time called the "Golden Age of American Illustration." Improvements in printing technology freed illustrators to experiment with color and bold draftsmanship. His "confident line" created a portrait of American aspirations.
Art and History Museums, Maitland is proud to exhibit a selection from the Raleigh Archive, courtesy of collectors Kate and Chris Raleigh.
For more information visit www.artandhistory.org


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Event Title: SADE
Where: Amway Center
Sunday, July 17, 2011
Time: 8:00 PM EST
SADE
Sun, July 17 8 pm
Amway Center

Following the platinum selling success of Soldier of Love, Sade announces their highly anticipated return to the world's stage. Sade will perform songs from their collection of timeless hits including songs from their critically acclaimed album, SOLDIER OF LOVE which secured the # 1 album spot upon its release in February. Selling over a million copies to-date, SOLDIER OF LOVE spent three weeks in the number one spot taking its rightful place among the collection of iconic Sade albums. Not only has America welcomed Sade back with open arms after close to ten years, but worldwide, SOLDIER OF LOVE has proven to be a smash. The album skyrocketed to # 1 in ten additional countries including Canada, Switzerland, France, Italy, Poland, Greece, Japan, Portugal and Spain. Entertainment Weekly featured SOLDIER OF LOVE in their "Must List" and gave the album an "A", Rolling Stone wrote, "it's unimpeachably excellent," and The Boston Globe calls it, "a rich and rewarding album."



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Monday, July 18, 2011
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Where: Crealde School of Art
Monday, July 18, 2011
31st Annual Student Show and Annual Meeting at Crealdé on June 10
Crealdé students are preparing their artwork for submission to Crealdé's 31st Annual Juried Student Show, which will be on display at the Alice and Williams Jenkins Gallery from June 10 to August 31st, 2011. This is the highlight of Crealdé's year, as students showcase their finest work to the community. Guest jurors will select an assortment of artworks in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and photography, created by a dedicated group of students, Fellows, and Studio Artists who attended Crealdé in 2010 and 2011. Many of the pieces will be for sale. Students will be awarded recognition in the form of prizes, certificates, and ribbons, and one purchase award. The opening reception for the Juried Student Show will be held in the Alice and William Jenkins Gallery on Friday, June 10th from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.
The Annual Membership Meeting will coincide with the opening reception, from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery on Crealdé's main campus. The meeting offers a chance to celebrate the year in review and includes the Annual Report presentation, as well as recognition awards for faculty, volunteers, and community supporters. In addition, Crealdé members will elect the new volunteer Board of Directors. This is an opportunity to hear from the people who use their creativity, ingenuity, and heart to make Crealdé School of Art possible. Executive Director Peter Schreyer and President of the Board David McLeod will report on the state of Crealdé as well as future plans.

Where: Showalter Hughes Community Gallery
Monday, July 18, 2011
At the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery May 6 to August 6
Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida
From May 6 to August 6, 2011 in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery, be sure to see the exhibit Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida. Storytellers XIV is a photographic outreach program by Crealdé School of Art produced in partnership with the Hope CommUnity Center in Apopka, and St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Mt. Dora. Using words and pictures, young photographers from Central Florida's diverse communities give us insight into their changing worlds.
This year the participants are from the rural communities of Zellwood, Sorrento and Mt. Dora, including: Fernando Balderas, Marla Balderas, Arcadio Espinoza, Chastity Espinoza, Pablo Garcia, Bianca Orozco, Elexia Orozco, Maria Ramirez, Vincente Rodriguez, Alfonso Sanchez, Erika Sauceda, and Maurilio Sauceda. They were instructed by photographer Anna Maria Jannotti and assistant Brian David Becker.
A PUBLIC RECEPTION will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery at Crealdé School of Art. Meet the young photographers and enjoy a dance performance by Sin Fronteras, "Without Borders," during the reception; refreshments and Mexican finger foods provided.
A brief history of the Storytellers program: Since the establishment of the program in 1996 by Crealdé's Executive Director Peter Schreyer, young artists from diverse Central Florida communities have been introduced to storytelling through black and white photography, sharing their unique vision of community, family, and place in history. Students learned to use professional 35mm cameras, allowing them to complete assignments and field trips to tell the story of their everyday lives. They developed their film and learned how to print their own photographs in Crealdé's darkroom facilities. They gathered information about their subjects and worked with instructors to develop picture ideas. In 2010, Storytellers had shifted to the use of digital-SLR cameras as well as computerized editing software. Over the course of the program, students can now learn digital shooting techniques, caption-writing, and photo-editing basics. Storytellers XIV is the second group to use the digital photography lab at Crealdé's Hannibal Square Heritage Center. The lab was established in 2009 thanks to a generous grant from the Community Foundation of Central Florida.
Throughout its existence, the Storytellers program has been funded by a wide range of private foundations and community partners. Past community partners have included BETA Center, the Boys & Girls Club, and the Winter Park Community Center. Travelling exhibitions of Storytellers have been organized by Crealdé, touring Central Florida libraries and community centers, including a showing in the Supreme Court building at our state capital in Tallahassee. In addition, this project has been featured on two covers of Florida Magazine and was voted Best Arts Collaboration in 2000 by United Arts of Central Florida.
Storytellers XIV was funded through a grant from the St. Margaret Mary Outreach Fund, with additional support from Crealdé member Melodi Roberts.
Caption for The Offerings: Here is one of many symbols that are brought to the altar to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe. This tradition happens on December 12th. I have never participated in carrying the symbols, but would love to do it some year. A lot of people go to this celebration and I like going as well. -Pablo Garcia, Storytellers XIV

For more information, call:
Crealdé School of Art: (407) 671-1886 www.crealde.org; open M-Th. 9-4, Fri. & Sat. 9-1.
Heritage Center: (407) 539-2680 www.hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org , open Tu.-Th. 12-4, F 12-5, Sat. 10-2.



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Where: Maitland Historical Museum
Monday, July 18, 2011
Maitland History Illustrated: Works by Dawn Schreiner
April 21 - November 1, 2011
We Make History Community Gallery
In this exhibition, artist Dawn Schreiner creates her own interpretations from the history of Maitland, drawn and painted from source material at the Maitland Historical Museum.


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Where: John & Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center in Loch Haven Park
Monday, July 18, 2011
Orlando Shakes presents a fun-filled adaptation of a fairy tale Classic,
Snow white and the seven dwarfs

Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF is delighted to begin its 2011-2012 Theater for Young Audiences Series with an interactive and engaging adaptation of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, playing at the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center from July 7 through August 7, 2011.

Based on the classic fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS tells the famous story of a sweet girl who lives in the woods as part of a most unusual family - and of the Wicked Queen who will stop at nothing to be the most beautiful woman in the kingdom. Told with help from the younger members of audience, SNOW WHITE is wicked fun for the whole family.

In addition to public performances at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, Orlando Shakes is excited to offer an opportunity for families to delve deeper into the fairy tale through a fun and interactive story time at Barnes and Noble on Saturday, July 9 at 11AM. Led by the cast of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, this engaging 20-minute reading is an excellent precursor to the performance. Everyone attending will have a chance to win free tickets to attend a performance of SNOW WHITE at Orlando Shakespeare Theater. The story time for SNOW WHITE will take place at Barnes and Noble in the Colonial Plaza Market Place (2418 E Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32803).

Since 2002, Orlando Shakespeare Theater has provided quality productions for young people and their families. The Theater for Young Audience Season continues in October with a musical adaptation of MISS NELSON IS MISSING from October 20 to November 19, 2011 and CHARLOTTE'S WEB from March 29 to April 29, 2012. "This season offers families the opportunity to enjoy three dynamic adaptations based on works by well-known children's authors," Anne Hering, Orlando Shakes Director of Education commented. "The best part is that all these shows ignite the imagination and act as a launching point for theater appreciation as well as a life-long love of reading."

Single tickets and TYA Flex Passes are available now at <http://orlandoshakes.org> or by phone (407) 447-1700 <tel:%28407%29%20447-1700>.

Orlando Shakespeare Theater also offers student matinees specifically for schools, summer camps, and day cares. Learn more about the student matinees at <http://www.orlandoshakes.org/tickets/school-field-trips.html>.

WHAT
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Adapted by Maurice Berger

WHERE
Orlando Shakespeare Theater in the Goldman Theater
Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street, Orlando, FL 32803

WHEN
July 7 - August 7, 2011 - ON SALE NOW!

DATES AND PRICES
Tuesday - Friday at 10:30AM - all seats $9
Saturday at 2:00PM - all seats $10
Sunday at 4:30PM - all seats $10

DISCOUNTS
Group Sales: 10% off for groups of 10-19/ 20% off for groups of 20 or more, call ext. 265
Classes/Homeschool Groups: Buy 10 tickets, get the 11th FREE!

Tickets are available by calling 407-447-1700 <tel:407-447-1700> or online at <http://orlandoshakes.org/> and in person at the Box Office located inside the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street in Orlando's Loch Haven Cultural Park. Box Office hours are 12PM to show time, Tuesday-Saturday, and one hour prior to show time on Sundays for walk up sales. On non-performance days, the Box Office closes at 5pm.





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Where: Maitland Art Center
Monday, July 18, 2011
The Confident Line: Henry Patrick Raleigh
May 14 - September 11, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 14 6p.m. -8p.m.
Henry Patrick Raleigh (1880-1944) spent decades navigating high society and portraying opulent life as one of America's highest paid illustrators. He took his first job as a sketch artist for the San Francisco Examiner. While there, publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst noticed his talent and encouraged him to move to New York City.
Raleigh continued newspaper work while also creating illustrations for iconic publications such as Harper's Bazaar, The Saturday Evening Post, Vanity Fair and Colliers. Some of the greatest writers of the day, including F. Scott Fitzgerald, sought after Raleigh. Fitzgerald even wrote a fan letter saying, "Honestly, I think they're the best illustrations I've ever seen!"
Raleigh led a small pack of illustrators in this time called the "Golden Age of American Illustration." Improvements in printing technology freed illustrators to experiment with color and bold draftsmanship. His "confident line" created a portrait of American aspirations.
Art and History Museums, Maitland is proud to exhibit a selection from the Raleigh Archive, courtesy of collectors Kate and Chris Raleigh.
For more information visit www.artandhistory.org


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Tuesday, July 19, 2011
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Where: Crealde School of Art
Tuesday, July 19, 2011
31st Annual Student Show and Annual Meeting at Crealdé on June 10
Crealdé students are preparing their artwork for submission to Crealdé's 31st Annual Juried Student Show, which will be on display at the Alice and Williams Jenkins Gallery from June 10 to August 31st, 2011. This is the highlight of Crealdé's year, as students showcase their finest work to the community. Guest jurors will select an assortment of artworks in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and photography, created by a dedicated group of students, Fellows, and Studio Artists who attended Crealdé in 2010 and 2011. Many of the pieces will be for sale. Students will be awarded recognition in the form of prizes, certificates, and ribbons, and one purchase award. The opening reception for the Juried Student Show will be held in the Alice and William Jenkins Gallery on Friday, June 10th from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.
The Annual Membership Meeting will coincide with the opening reception, from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery on Crealdé's main campus. The meeting offers a chance to celebrate the year in review and includes the Annual Report presentation, as well as recognition awards for faculty, volunteers, and community supporters. In addition, Crealdé members will elect the new volunteer Board of Directors. This is an opportunity to hear from the people who use their creativity, ingenuity, and heart to make Crealdé School of Art possible. Executive Director Peter Schreyer and President of the Board David McLeod will report on the state of Crealdé as well as future plans.

Where: Showalter Hughes Community Gallery
Tuesday, July 19, 2011
At the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery May 6 to August 6
Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida
From May 6 to August 6, 2011 in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery, be sure to see the exhibit Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida. Storytellers XIV is a photographic outreach program by Crealdé School of Art produced in partnership with the Hope CommUnity Center in Apopka, and St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Mt. Dora. Using words and pictures, young photographers from Central Florida's diverse communities give us insight into their changing worlds.
This year the participants are from the rural communities of Zellwood, Sorrento and Mt. Dora, including: Fernando Balderas, Marla Balderas, Arcadio Espinoza, Chastity Espinoza, Pablo Garcia, Bianca Orozco, Elexia Orozco, Maria Ramirez, Vincente Rodriguez, Alfonso Sanchez, Erika Sauceda, and Maurilio Sauceda. They were instructed by photographer Anna Maria Jannotti and assistant Brian David Becker.
A PUBLIC RECEPTION will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery at Crealdé School of Art. Meet the young photographers and enjoy a dance performance by Sin Fronteras, "Without Borders," during the reception; refreshments and Mexican finger foods provided.
A brief history of the Storytellers program: Since the establishment of the program in 1996 by Crealdé's Executive Director Peter Schreyer, young artists from diverse Central Florida communities have been introduced to storytelling through black and white photography, sharing their unique vision of community, family, and place in history. Students learned to use professional 35mm cameras, allowing them to complete assignments and field trips to tell the story of their everyday lives. They developed their film and learned how to print their own photographs in Crealdé's darkroom facilities. They gathered information about their subjects and worked with instructors to develop picture ideas. In 2010, Storytellers had shifted to the use of digital-SLR cameras as well as computerized editing software. Over the course of the program, students can now learn digital shooting techniques, caption-writing, and photo-editing basics. Storytellers XIV is the second group to use the digital photography lab at Crealdé's Hannibal Square Heritage Center. The lab was established in 2009 thanks to a generous grant from the Community Foundation of Central Florida.
Throughout its existence, the Storytellers program has been funded by a wide range of private foundations and community partners. Past community partners have included BETA Center, the Boys & Girls Club, and the Winter Park Community Center. Travelling exhibitions of Storytellers have been organized by Crealdé, touring Central Florida libraries and community centers, including a showing in the Supreme Court building at our state capital in Tallahassee. In addition, this project has been featured on two covers of Florida Magazine and was voted Best Arts Collaboration in 2000 by United Arts of Central Florida.
Storytellers XIV was funded through a grant from the St. Margaret Mary Outreach Fund, with additional support from Crealdé member Melodi Roberts.
Caption for The Offerings: Here is one of many symbols that are brought to the altar to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe. This tradition happens on December 12th. I have never participated in carrying the symbols, but would love to do it some year. A lot of people go to this celebration and I like going as well. -Pablo Garcia, Storytellers XIV

For more information, call:
Crealdé School of Art: (407) 671-1886 www.crealde.org; open M-Th. 9-4, Fri. & Sat. 9-1.
Heritage Center: (407) 539-2680 www.hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org , open Tu.-Th. 12-4, F 12-5, Sat. 10-2.



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Where: Maitland Historical Museum
Tuesday, July 19, 2011
Maitland History Illustrated: Works by Dawn Schreiner
April 21 - November 1, 2011
We Make History Community Gallery
In this exhibition, artist Dawn Schreiner creates her own interpretations from the history of Maitland, drawn and painted from source material at the Maitland Historical Museum.


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Where: John & Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center in Loch Haven Park
Tuesday, July 19, 2011
Orlando Shakes presents a fun-filled adaptation of a fairy tale Classic,
Snow white and the seven dwarfs

Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF is delighted to begin its 2011-2012 Theater for Young Audiences Series with an interactive and engaging adaptation of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, playing at the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center from July 7 through August 7, 2011.

Based on the classic fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS tells the famous story of a sweet girl who lives in the woods as part of a most unusual family - and of the Wicked Queen who will stop at nothing to be the most beautiful woman in the kingdom. Told with help from the younger members of audience, SNOW WHITE is wicked fun for the whole family.

In addition to public performances at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, Orlando Shakes is excited to offer an opportunity for families to delve deeper into the fairy tale through a fun and interactive story time at Barnes and Noble on Saturday, July 9 at 11AM. Led by the cast of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, this engaging 20-minute reading is an excellent precursor to the performance. Everyone attending will have a chance to win free tickets to attend a performance of SNOW WHITE at Orlando Shakespeare Theater. The story time for SNOW WHITE will take place at Barnes and Noble in the Colonial Plaza Market Place (2418 E Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32803).

Since 2002, Orlando Shakespeare Theater has provided quality productions for young people and their families. The Theater for Young Audience Season continues in October with a musical adaptation of MISS NELSON IS MISSING from October 20 to November 19, 2011 and CHARLOTTE'S WEB from March 29 to April 29, 2012. "This season offers families the opportunity to enjoy three dynamic adaptations based on works by well-known children's authors," Anne Hering, Orlando Shakes Director of Education commented. "The best part is that all these shows ignite the imagination and act as a launching point for theater appreciation as well as a life-long love of reading."

Single tickets and TYA Flex Passes are available now at <http://orlandoshakes.org> or by phone (407) 447-1700 <tel:%28407%29%20447-1700>.

Orlando Shakespeare Theater also offers student matinees specifically for schools, summer camps, and day cares. Learn more about the student matinees at <http://www.orlandoshakes.org/tickets/school-field-trips.html>.

WHAT
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Adapted by Maurice Berger

WHERE
Orlando Shakespeare Theater in the Goldman Theater
Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street, Orlando, FL 32803

WHEN
July 7 - August 7, 2011 - ON SALE NOW!

DATES AND PRICES
Tuesday - Friday at 10:30AM - all seats $9
Saturday at 2:00PM - all seats $10
Sunday at 4:30PM - all seats $10

DISCOUNTS
Group Sales: 10% off for groups of 10-19/ 20% off for groups of 20 or more, call ext. 265
Classes/Homeschool Groups: Buy 10 tickets, get the 11th FREE!

Tickets are available by calling 407-447-1700 <tel:407-447-1700> or online at <http://orlandoshakes.org/> and in person at the Box Office located inside the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street in Orlando's Loch Haven Cultural Park. Box Office hours are 12PM to show time, Tuesday-Saturday, and one hour prior to show time on Sundays for walk up sales. On non-performance days, the Box Office closes at 5pm.





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Where: Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens
Tuesday, July 19, 2011
The Red Chair Visits Orange County Public Art
Shown concurrently with Figure and Form from July 19- September 18, 2011.
Photographs by twenty-eight local artists are featured in "The Red Chair Visits Orange County Public Art." In June 2010, Orange County Arts & Cultural Affairs Director, Terry Olson issued an invitation to area photographers to choose a piece of Orange County public art to incorporate into a photograph of their own artistic interpretation. The photograph also had to include a small red chair within the composition. The chair is not only symbolic of arts audiences but is also representative of the Red Chair Project, the area's cultural information portal (www.redchairproject.com ).


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Event Title: Figure and Form: A Showcase of Florida Sculptors
Tuesday, July 19, 2011
Figure and Form: A Showcase of Florida Sculptors
July 19 - September 18, 2011
This will be the first juried sculpture exhibition showcasing high-quality works by Florida sculptors that focus on forms created in a representational manner. Chosen works will complement and enhance the unique setting of the Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Gardens.

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Where: Maitland Art Center
Tuesday, July 19, 2011
The Confident Line: Henry Patrick Raleigh
May 14 - September 11, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 14 6p.m. -8p.m.
Henry Patrick Raleigh (1880-1944) spent decades navigating high society and portraying opulent life as one of America's highest paid illustrators. He took his first job as a sketch artist for the San Francisco Examiner. While there, publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst noticed his talent and encouraged him to move to New York City.
Raleigh continued newspaper work while also creating illustrations for iconic publications such as Harper's Bazaar, The Saturday Evening Post, Vanity Fair and Colliers. Some of the greatest writers of the day, including F. Scott Fitzgerald, sought after Raleigh. Fitzgerald even wrote a fan letter saying, "Honestly, I think they're the best illustrations I've ever seen!"
Raleigh led a small pack of illustrators in this time called the "Golden Age of American Illustration." Improvements in printing technology freed illustrators to experiment with color and bold draftsmanship. His "confident line" created a portrait of American aspirations.
Art and History Museums, Maitland is proud to exhibit a selection from the Raleigh Archive, courtesy of collectors Kate and Chris Raleigh.
For more information visit www.artandhistory.org


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Wednesday, July 20, 2011
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Where: Crealde School of Art
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
31st Annual Student Show and Annual Meeting at Crealdé on June 10
Crealdé students are preparing their artwork for submission to Crealdé's 31st Annual Juried Student Show, which will be on display at the Alice and Williams Jenkins Gallery from June 10 to August 31st, 2011. This is the highlight of Crealdé's year, as students showcase their finest work to the community. Guest jurors will select an assortment of artworks in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and photography, created by a dedicated group of students, Fellows, and Studio Artists who attended Crealdé in 2010 and 2011. Many of the pieces will be for sale. Students will be awarded recognition in the form of prizes, certificates, and ribbons, and one purchase award. The opening reception for the Juried Student Show will be held in the Alice and William Jenkins Gallery on Friday, June 10th from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.
The Annual Membership Meeting will coincide with the opening reception, from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery on Crealdé's main campus. The meeting offers a chance to celebrate the year in review and includes the Annual Report presentation, as well as recognition awards for faculty, volunteers, and community supporters. In addition, Crealdé members will elect the new volunteer Board of Directors. This is an opportunity to hear from the people who use their creativity, ingenuity, and heart to make Crealdé School of Art possible. Executive Director Peter Schreyer and President of the Board David McLeod will report on the state of Crealdé as well as future plans.

Where: Showalter Hughes Community Gallery
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
At the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery May 6 to August 6
Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida
From May 6 to August 6, 2011 in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery, be sure to see the exhibit Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida. Storytellers XIV is a photographic outreach program by Crealdé School of Art produced in partnership with the Hope CommUnity Center in Apopka, and St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Mt. Dora. Using words and pictures, young photographers from Central Florida's diverse communities give us insight into their changing worlds.
This year the participants are from the rural communities of Zellwood, Sorrento and Mt. Dora, including: Fernando Balderas, Marla Balderas, Arcadio Espinoza, Chastity Espinoza, Pablo Garcia, Bianca Orozco, Elexia Orozco, Maria Ramirez, Vincente Rodriguez, Alfonso Sanchez, Erika Sauceda, and Maurilio Sauceda. They were instructed by photographer Anna Maria Jannotti and assistant Brian David Becker.
A PUBLIC RECEPTION will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery at Crealdé School of Art. Meet the young photographers and enjoy a dance performance by Sin Fronteras, "Without Borders," during the reception; refreshments and Mexican finger foods provided.
A brief history of the Storytellers program: Since the establishment of the program in 1996 by Crealdé's Executive Director Peter Schreyer, young artists from diverse Central Florida communities have been introduced to storytelling through black and white photography, sharing their unique vision of community, family, and place in history. Students learned to use professional 35mm cameras, allowing them to complete assignments and field trips to tell the story of their everyday lives. They developed their film and learned how to print their own photographs in Crealdé's darkroom facilities. They gathered information about their subjects and worked with instructors to develop picture ideas. In 2010, Storytellers had shifted to the use of digital-SLR cameras as well as computerized editing software. Over the course of the program, students can now learn digital shooting techniques, caption-writing, and photo-editing basics. Storytellers XIV is the second group to use the digital photography lab at Crealdé's Hannibal Square Heritage Center. The lab was established in 2009 thanks to a generous grant from the Community Foundation of Central Florida.
Throughout its existence, the Storytellers program has been funded by a wide range of private foundations and community partners. Past community partners have included BETA Center, the Boys & Girls Club, and the Winter Park Community Center. Travelling exhibitions of Storytellers have been organized by Crealdé, touring Central Florida libraries and community centers, including a showing in the Supreme Court building at our state capital in Tallahassee. In addition, this project has been featured on two covers of Florida Magazine and was voted Best Arts Collaboration in 2000 by United Arts of Central Florida.
Storytellers XIV was funded through a grant from the St. Margaret Mary Outreach Fund, with additional support from Crealdé member Melodi Roberts.
Caption for The Offerings: Here is one of many symbols that are brought to the altar to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe. This tradition happens on December 12th. I have never participated in carrying the symbols, but would love to do it some year. A lot of people go to this celebration and I like going as well. -Pablo Garcia, Storytellers XIV

For more information, call:
Crealdé School of Art: (407) 671-1886 www.crealde.org; open M-Th. 9-4, Fri. & Sat. 9-1.
Heritage Center: (407) 539-2680 www.hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org , open Tu.-Th. 12-4, F 12-5, Sat. 10-2.



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Where: Maitland Historical Museum
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
Maitland History Illustrated: Works by Dawn Schreiner
April 21 - November 1, 2011
We Make History Community Gallery
In this exhibition, artist Dawn Schreiner creates her own interpretations from the history of Maitland, drawn and painted from source material at the Maitland Historical Museum.


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Where: John & Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center in Loch Haven Park
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
Orlando Shakes presents a fun-filled adaptation of a fairy tale Classic,
Snow white and the seven dwarfs

Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF is delighted to begin its 2011-2012 Theater for Young Audiences Series with an interactive and engaging adaptation of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, playing at the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center from July 7 through August 7, 2011.

Based on the classic fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS tells the famous story of a sweet girl who lives in the woods as part of a most unusual family - and of the Wicked Queen who will stop at nothing to be the most beautiful woman in the kingdom. Told with help from the younger members of audience, SNOW WHITE is wicked fun for the whole family.

In addition to public performances at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, Orlando Shakes is excited to offer an opportunity for families to delve deeper into the fairy tale through a fun and interactive story time at Barnes and Noble on Saturday, July 9 at 11AM. Led by the cast of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, this engaging 20-minute reading is an excellent precursor to the performance. Everyone attending will have a chance to win free tickets to attend a performance of SNOW WHITE at Orlando Shakespeare Theater. The story time for SNOW WHITE will take place at Barnes and Noble in the Colonial Plaza Market Place (2418 E Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32803).

Since 2002, Orlando Shakespeare Theater has provided quality productions for young people and their families. The Theater for Young Audience Season continues in October with a musical adaptation of MISS NELSON IS MISSING from October 20 to November 19, 2011 and CHARLOTTE'S WEB from March 29 to April 29, 2012. "This season offers families the opportunity to enjoy three dynamic adaptations based on works by well-known children's authors," Anne Hering, Orlando Shakes Director of Education commented. "The best part is that all these shows ignite the imagination and act as a launching point for theater appreciation as well as a life-long love of reading."

Single tickets and TYA Flex Passes are available now at <http://orlandoshakes.org> or by phone (407) 447-1700 <tel:%28407%29%20447-1700>.

Orlando Shakespeare Theater also offers student matinees specifically for schools, summer camps, and day cares. Learn more about the student matinees at <http://www.orlandoshakes.org/tickets/school-field-trips.html>.

WHAT
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Adapted by Maurice Berger

WHERE
Orlando Shakespeare Theater in the Goldman Theater
Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street, Orlando, FL 32803

WHEN
July 7 - August 7, 2011 - ON SALE NOW!

DATES AND PRICES
Tuesday - Friday at 10:30AM - all seats $9
Saturday at 2:00PM - all seats $10
Sunday at 4:30PM - all seats $10

DISCOUNTS
Group Sales: 10% off for groups of 10-19/ 20% off for groups of 20 or more, call ext. 265
Classes/Homeschool Groups: Buy 10 tickets, get the 11th FREE!

Tickets are available by calling 407-447-1700 <tel:407-447-1700> or online at <http://orlandoshakes.org/> and in person at the Box Office located inside the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street in Orlando's Loch Haven Cultural Park. Box Office hours are 12PM to show time, Tuesday-Saturday, and one hour prior to show time on Sundays for walk up sales. On non-performance days, the Box Office closes at 5pm.





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Where: Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
The Red Chair Visits Orange County Public Art
Shown concurrently with Figure and Form from July 19- September 18, 2011.
Photographs by twenty-eight local artists are featured in "The Red Chair Visits Orange County Public Art." In June 2010, Orange County Arts & Cultural Affairs Director, Terry Olson issued an invitation to area photographers to choose a piece of Orange County public art to incorporate into a photograph of their own artistic interpretation. The photograph also had to include a small red chair within the composition. The chair is not only symbolic of arts audiences but is also representative of the Red Chair Project, the area's cultural information portal (www.redchairproject.com ).


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Where: Amway Center
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
Britney Spears with Nicki Minaj, Jessie and the Toy Boys, and Nervo
Wed, 07/20/11
Orlando, FL
Amway Center




Event Title: Figure and Form: A Showcase of Florida Sculptors
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
Figure and Form: A Showcase of Florida Sculptors
July 19 - September 18, 2011
This will be the first juried sculpture exhibition showcasing high-quality works by Florida sculptors that focus on forms created in a representational manner. Chosen works will complement and enhance the unique setting of the Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Gardens.

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Where: Maitland Art Center
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
The Confident Line: Henry Patrick Raleigh
May 14 - September 11, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 14 6p.m. -8p.m.
Henry Patrick Raleigh (1880-1944) spent decades navigating high society and portraying opulent life as one of America's highest paid illustrators. He took his first job as a sketch artist for the San Francisco Examiner. While there, publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst noticed his talent and encouraged him to move to New York City.
Raleigh continued newspaper work while also creating illustrations for iconic publications such as Harper's Bazaar, The Saturday Evening Post, Vanity Fair and Colliers. Some of the greatest writers of the day, including F. Scott Fitzgerald, sought after Raleigh. Fitzgerald even wrote a fan letter saying, "Honestly, I think they're the best illustrations I've ever seen!"
Raleigh led a small pack of illustrators in this time called the "Golden Age of American Illustration." Improvements in printing technology freed illustrators to experiment with color and bold draftsmanship. His "confident line" created a portrait of American aspirations.
Art and History Museums, Maitland is proud to exhibit a selection from the Raleigh Archive, courtesy of collectors Kate and Chris Raleigh.
For more information visit www.artandhistory.org


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Thursday, July 21, 2011
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Where: Crealde School of Art
Thursday, July 21, 2011
31st Annual Student Show and Annual Meeting at Crealdé on June 10
Crealdé students are preparing their artwork for submission to Crealdé's 31st Annual Juried Student Show, which will be on display at the Alice and Williams Jenkins Gallery from June 10 to August 31st, 2011. This is the highlight of Crealdé's year, as students showcase their finest work to the community. Guest jurors will select an assortment of artworks in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and photography, created by a dedicated group of students, Fellows, and Studio Artists who attended Crealdé in 2010 and 2011. Many of the pieces will be for sale. Students will be awarded recognition in the form of prizes, certificates, and ribbons, and one purchase award. The opening reception for the Juried Student Show will be held in the Alice and William Jenkins Gallery on Friday, June 10th from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.
The Annual Membership Meeting will coincide with the opening reception, from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery on Crealdé's main campus. The meeting offers a chance to celebrate the year in review and includes the Annual Report presentation, as well as recognition awards for faculty, volunteers, and community supporters. In addition, Crealdé members will elect the new volunteer Board of Directors. This is an opportunity to hear from the people who use their creativity, ingenuity, and heart to make Crealdé School of Art possible. Executive Director Peter Schreyer and President of the Board David McLeod will report on the state of Crealdé as well as future plans.

Where: Showalter Hughes Community Gallery
Thursday, July 21, 2011
At the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery May 6 to August 6
Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida
From May 6 to August 6, 2011 in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery, be sure to see the exhibit Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida. Storytellers XIV is a photographic outreach program by Crealdé School of Art produced in partnership with the Hope CommUnity Center in Apopka, and St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Mt. Dora. Using words and pictures, young photographers from Central Florida's diverse communities give us insight into their changing worlds.
This year the participants are from the rural communities of Zellwood, Sorrento and Mt. Dora, including: Fernando Balderas, Marla Balderas, Arcadio Espinoza, Chastity Espinoza, Pablo Garcia, Bianca Orozco, Elexia Orozco, Maria Ramirez, Vincente Rodriguez, Alfonso Sanchez, Erika Sauceda, and Maurilio Sauceda. They were instructed by photographer Anna Maria Jannotti and assistant Brian David Becker.
A PUBLIC RECEPTION will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery at Crealdé School of Art. Meet the young photographers and enjoy a dance performance by Sin Fronteras, "Without Borders," during the reception; refreshments and Mexican finger foods provided.
A brief history of the Storytellers program: Since the establishment of the program in 1996 by Crealdé's Executive Director Peter Schreyer, young artists from diverse Central Florida communities have been introduced to storytelling through black and white photography, sharing their unique vision of community, family, and place in history. Students learned to use professional 35mm cameras, allowing them to complete assignments and field trips to tell the story of their everyday lives. They developed their film and learned how to print their own photographs in Crealdé's darkroom facilities. They gathered information about their subjects and worked with instructors to develop picture ideas. In 2010, Storytellers had shifted to the use of digital-SLR cameras as well as computerized editing software. Over the course of the program, students can now learn digital shooting techniques, caption-writing, and photo-editing basics. Storytellers XIV is the second group to use the digital photography lab at Crealdé's Hannibal Square Heritage Center. The lab was established in 2009 thanks to a generous grant from the Community Foundation of Central Florida.
Throughout its existence, the Storytellers program has been funded by a wide range of private foundations and community partners. Past community partners have included BETA Center, the Boys & Girls Club, and the Winter Park Community Center. Travelling exhibitions of Storytellers have been organized by Crealdé, touring Central Florida libraries and community centers, including a showing in the Supreme Court building at our state capital in Tallahassee. In addition, this project has been featured on two covers of Florida Magazine and was voted Best Arts Collaboration in 2000 by United Arts of Central Florida.
Storytellers XIV was funded through a grant from the St. Margaret Mary Outreach Fund, with additional support from Crealdé member Melodi Roberts.
Caption for The Offerings: Here is one of many symbols that are brought to the altar to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe. This tradition happens on December 12th. I have never participated in carrying the symbols, but would love to do it some year. A lot of people go to this celebration and I like going as well. -Pablo Garcia, Storytellers XIV

For more information, call:
Crealdé School of Art: (407) 671-1886 www.crealde.org; open M-Th. 9-4, Fri. & Sat. 9-1.
Heritage Center: (407) 539-2680 www.hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org , open Tu.-Th. 12-4, F 12-5, Sat. 10-2.



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Where: Maitland Historical Museum
Thursday, July 21, 2011
Maitland History Illustrated: Works by Dawn Schreiner
April 21 - November 1, 2011
We Make History Community Gallery
In this exhibition, artist Dawn Schreiner creates her own interpretations from the history of Maitland, drawn and painted from source material at the Maitland Historical Museum.


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Where: John & Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center in Loch Haven Park
Thursday, July 21, 2011
Orlando Shakes presents a fun-filled adaptation of a fairy tale Classic,
Snow white and the seven dwarfs

Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF is delighted to begin its 2011-2012 Theater for Young Audiences Series with an interactive and engaging adaptation of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, playing at the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center from July 7 through August 7, 2011.

Based on the classic fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS tells the famous story of a sweet girl who lives in the woods as part of a most unusual family - and of the Wicked Queen who will stop at nothing to be the most beautiful woman in the kingdom. Told with help from the younger members of audience, SNOW WHITE is wicked fun for the whole family.

In addition to public performances at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, Orlando Shakes is excited to offer an opportunity for families to delve deeper into the fairy tale through a fun and interactive story time at Barnes and Noble on Saturday, July 9 at 11AM. Led by the cast of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, this engaging 20-minute reading is an excellent precursor to the performance. Everyone attending will have a chance to win free tickets to attend a performance of SNOW WHITE at Orlando Shakespeare Theater. The story time for SNOW WHITE will take place at Barnes and Noble in the Colonial Plaza Market Place (2418 E Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32803).

Since 2002, Orlando Shakespeare Theater has provided quality productions for young people and their families. The Theater for Young Audience Season continues in October with a musical adaptation of MISS NELSON IS MISSING from October 20 to November 19, 2011 and CHARLOTTE'S WEB from March 29 to April 29, 2012. "This season offers families the opportunity to enjoy three dynamic adaptations based on works by well-known children's authors," Anne Hering, Orlando Shakes Director of Education commented. "The best part is that all these shows ignite the imagination and act as a launching point for theater appreciation as well as a life-long love of reading."

Single tickets and TYA Flex Passes are available now at <http://orlandoshakes.org> or by phone (407) 447-1700 <tel:%28407%29%20447-1700>.

Orlando Shakespeare Theater also offers student matinees specifically for schools, summer camps, and day cares. Learn more about the student matinees at <http://www.orlandoshakes.org/tickets/school-field-trips.html>.

WHAT
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Adapted by Maurice Berger

WHERE
Orlando Shakespeare Theater in the Goldman Theater
Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street, Orlando, FL 32803

WHEN
July 7 - August 7, 2011 - ON SALE NOW!

DATES AND PRICES
Tuesday - Friday at 10:30AM - all seats $9
Saturday at 2:00PM - all seats $10
Sunday at 4:30PM - all seats $10

DISCOUNTS
Group Sales: 10% off for groups of 10-19/ 20% off for groups of 20 or more, call ext. 265
Classes/Homeschool Groups: Buy 10 tickets, get the 11th FREE!

Tickets are available by calling 407-447-1700 <tel:407-447-1700> or online at <http://orlandoshakes.org/> and in person at the Box Office located inside the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street in Orlando's Loch Haven Cultural Park. Box Office hours are 12PM to show time, Tuesday-Saturday, and one hour prior to show time on Sundays for walk up sales. On non-performance days, the Box Office closes at 5pm.





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Where: Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens
Thursday, July 21, 2011
The Red Chair Visits Orange County Public Art
Shown concurrently with Figure and Form from July 19- September 18, 2011.
Photographs by twenty-eight local artists are featured in "The Red Chair Visits Orange County Public Art." In June 2010, Orange County Arts & Cultural Affairs Director, Terry Olson issued an invitation to area photographers to choose a piece of Orange County public art to incorporate into a photograph of their own artistic interpretation. The photograph also had to include a small red chair within the composition. The chair is not only symbolic of arts audiences but is also representative of the Red Chair Project, the area's cultural information portal (www.redchairproject.com ).


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Event Title: Figure and Form: A Showcase of Florida Sculptors
Thursday, July 21, 2011
Figure and Form: A Showcase of Florida Sculptors
July 19 - September 18, 2011
This will be the first juried sculpture exhibition showcasing high-quality works by Florida sculptors that focus on forms created in a representational manner. Chosen works will complement and enhance the unique setting of the Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Gardens.

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Where: Maitland Art Center
Thursday, July 21, 2011
The Confident Line: Henry Patrick Raleigh
May 14 - September 11, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 14 6p.m. -8p.m.
Henry Patrick Raleigh (1880-1944) spent decades navigating high society and portraying opulent life as one of America's highest paid illustrators. He took his first job as a sketch artist for the San Francisco Examiner. While there, publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst noticed his talent and encouraged him to move to New York City.
Raleigh continued newspaper work while also creating illustrations for iconic publications such as Harper's Bazaar, The Saturday Evening Post, Vanity Fair and Colliers. Some of the greatest writers of the day, including F. Scott Fitzgerald, sought after Raleigh. Fitzgerald even wrote a fan letter saying, "Honestly, I think they're the best illustrations I've ever seen!"
Raleigh led a small pack of illustrators in this time called the "Golden Age of American Illustration." Improvements in printing technology freed illustrators to experiment with color and bold draftsmanship. His "confident line" created a portrait of American aspirations.
Art and History Museums, Maitland is proud to exhibit a selection from the Raleigh Archive, courtesy of collectors Kate and Chris Raleigh.
For more information visit www.artandhistory.org


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Friday, July 22, 2011
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Where: Crealde School of Art
Friday, July 22, 2011
31st Annual Student Show and Annual Meeting at Crealdé on June 10
Crealdé students are preparing their artwork for submission to Crealdé's 31st Annual Juried Student Show, which will be on display at the Alice and Williams Jenkins Gallery from June 10 to August 31st, 2011. This is the highlight of Crealdé's year, as students showcase their finest work to the community. Guest jurors will select an assortment of artworks in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and photography, created by a dedicated group of students, Fellows, and Studio Artists who attended Crealdé in 2010 and 2011. Many of the pieces will be for sale. Students will be awarded recognition in the form of prizes, certificates, and ribbons, and one purchase award. The opening reception for the Juried Student Show will be held in the Alice and William Jenkins Gallery on Friday, June 10th from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.
The Annual Membership Meeting will coincide with the opening reception, from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery on Crealdé's main campus. The meeting offers a chance to celebrate the year in review and includes the Annual Report presentation, as well as recognition awards for faculty, volunteers, and community supporters. In addition, Crealdé members will elect the new volunteer Board of Directors. This is an opportunity to hear from the people who use their creativity, ingenuity, and heart to make Crealdé School of Art possible. Executive Director Peter Schreyer and President of the Board David McLeod will report on the state of Crealdé as well as future plans.

Where: Showalter Hughes Community Gallery
Friday, July 22, 2011
At the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery May 6 to August 6
Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida
From May 6 to August 6, 2011 in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery, be sure to see the exhibit Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida. Storytellers XIV is a photographic outreach program by Crealdé School of Art produced in partnership with the Hope CommUnity Center in Apopka, and St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Mt. Dora. Using words and pictures, young photographers from Central Florida's diverse communities give us insight into their changing worlds.
This year the participants are from the rural communities of Zellwood, Sorrento and Mt. Dora, including: Fernando Balderas, Marla Balderas, Arcadio Espinoza, Chastity Espinoza, Pablo Garcia, Bianca Orozco, Elexia Orozco, Maria Ramirez, Vincente Rodriguez, Alfonso Sanchez, Erika Sauceda, and Maurilio Sauceda. They were instructed by photographer Anna Maria Jannotti and assistant Brian David Becker.
A PUBLIC RECEPTION will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery at Crealdé School of Art. Meet the young photographers and enjoy a dance performance by Sin Fronteras, "Without Borders," during the reception; refreshments and Mexican finger foods provided.
A brief history of the Storytellers program: Since the establishment of the program in 1996 by Crealdé's Executive Director Peter Schreyer, young artists from diverse Central Florida communities have been introduced to storytelling through black and white photography, sharing their unique vision of community, family, and place in history. Students learned to use professional 35mm cameras, allowing them to complete assignments and field trips to tell the story of their everyday lives. They developed their film and learned how to print their own photographs in Crealdé's darkroom facilities. They gathered information about their subjects and worked with instructors to develop picture ideas. In 2010, Storytellers had shifted to the use of digital-SLR cameras as well as computerized editing software. Over the course of the program, students can now learn digital shooting techniques, caption-writing, and photo-editing basics. Storytellers XIV is the second group to use the digital photography lab at Crealdé's Hannibal Square Heritage Center. The lab was established in 2009 thanks to a generous grant from the Community Foundation of Central Florida.
Throughout its existence, the Storytellers program has been funded by a wide range of private foundations and community partners. Past community partners have included BETA Center, the Boys & Girls Club, and the Winter Park Community Center. Travelling exhibitions of Storytellers have been organized by Crealdé, touring Central Florida libraries and community centers, including a showing in the Supreme Court building at our state capital in Tallahassee. In addition, this project has been featured on two covers of Florida Magazine and was voted Best Arts Collaboration in 2000 by United Arts of Central Florida.
Storytellers XIV was funded through a grant from the St. Margaret Mary Outreach Fund, with additional support from Crealdé member Melodi Roberts.
Caption for The Offerings: Here is one of many symbols that are brought to the altar to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe. This tradition happens on December 12th. I have never participated in carrying the symbols, but would love to do it some year. A lot of people go to this celebration and I like going as well. -Pablo Garcia, Storytellers XIV

For more information, call:
Crealdé School of Art: (407) 671-1886 www.crealde.org; open M-Th. 9-4, Fri. & Sat. 9-1.
Heritage Center: (407) 539-2680 www.hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org , open Tu.-Th. 12-4, F 12-5, Sat. 10-2.



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Where: Maitland Historical Museum
Friday, July 22, 2011
Maitland History Illustrated: Works by Dawn Schreiner
April 21 - November 1, 2011
We Make History Community Gallery
In this exhibition, artist Dawn Schreiner creates her own interpretations from the history of Maitland, drawn and painted from source material at the Maitland Historical Museum.


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Where: John & Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center in Loch Haven Park
Friday, July 22, 2011
Orlando Shakes presents a fun-filled adaptation of a fairy tale Classic,
Snow white and the seven dwarfs

Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF is delighted to begin its 2011-2012 Theater for Young Audiences Series with an interactive and engaging adaptation of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, playing at the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center from July 7 through August 7, 2011.

Based on the classic fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS tells the famous story of a sweet girl who lives in the woods as part of a most unusual family - and of the Wicked Queen who will stop at nothing to be the most beautiful woman in the kingdom. Told with help from the younger members of audience, SNOW WHITE is wicked fun for the whole family.

In addition to public performances at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, Orlando Shakes is excited to offer an opportunity for families to delve deeper into the fairy tale through a fun and interactive story time at Barnes and Noble on Saturday, July 9 at 11AM. Led by the cast of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, this engaging 20-minute reading is an excellent precursor to the performance. Everyone attending will have a chance to win free tickets to attend a performance of SNOW WHITE at Orlando Shakespeare Theater. The story time for SNOW WHITE will take place at Barnes and Noble in the Colonial Plaza Market Place (2418 E Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32803).

Since 2002, Orlando Shakespeare Theater has provided quality productions for young people and their families. The Theater for Young Audience Season continues in October with a musical adaptation of MISS NELSON IS MISSING from October 20 to November 19, 2011 and CHARLOTTE'S WEB from March 29 to April 29, 2012. "This season offers families the opportunity to enjoy three dynamic adaptations based on works by well-known children's authors," Anne Hering, Orlando Shakes Director of Education commented. "The best part is that all these shows ignite the imagination and act as a launching point for theater appreciation as well as a life-long love of reading."

Single tickets and TYA Flex Passes are available now at <http://orlandoshakes.org> or by phone (407) 447-1700 <tel:%28407%29%20447-1700>.

Orlando Shakespeare Theater also offers student matinees specifically for schools, summer camps, and day cares. Learn more about the student matinees at <http://www.orlandoshakes.org/tickets/school-field-trips.html>.

WHAT
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Adapted by Maurice Berger

WHERE
Orlando Shakespeare Theater in the Goldman Theater
Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street, Orlando, FL 32803

WHEN
July 7 - August 7, 2011 - ON SALE NOW!

DATES AND PRICES
Tuesday - Friday at 10:30AM - all seats $9
Saturday at 2:00PM - all seats $10
Sunday at 4:30PM - all seats $10

DISCOUNTS
Group Sales: 10% off for groups of 10-19/ 20% off for groups of 20 or more, call ext. 265
Classes/Homeschool Groups: Buy 10 tickets, get the 11th FREE!

Tickets are available by calling 407-447-1700 <tel:407-447-1700> or online at <http://orlandoshakes.org/> and in person at the Box Office located inside the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street in Orlando's Loch Haven Cultural Park. Box Office hours are 12PM to show time, Tuesday-Saturday, and one hour prior to show time on Sundays for walk up sales. On non-performance days, the Box Office closes at 5pm.





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Where: Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens
Friday, July 22, 2011
The Red Chair Visits Orange County Public Art
Shown concurrently with Figure and Form from July 19- September 18, 2011.
Photographs by twenty-eight local artists are featured in "The Red Chair Visits Orange County Public Art." In June 2010, Orange County Arts & Cultural Affairs Director, Terry Olson issued an invitation to area photographers to choose a piece of Orange County public art to incorporate into a photograph of their own artistic interpretation. The photograph also had to include a small red chair within the composition. The chair is not only symbolic of arts audiences but is also representative of the Red Chair Project, the area's cultural information portal (www.redchairproject.com ).


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Event Title: Figure and Form: A Showcase of Florida Sculptors
Friday, July 22, 2011
Figure and Form: A Showcase of Florida Sculptors
July 19 - September 18, 2011
This will be the first juried sculpture exhibition showcasing high-quality works by Florida sculptors that focus on forms created in a representational manner. Chosen works will complement and enhance the unique setting of the Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Gardens.

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Where: Maitland Art Center
Friday, July 22, 2011
The Confident Line: Henry Patrick Raleigh
May 14 - September 11, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 14 6p.m. -8p.m.
Henry Patrick Raleigh (1880-1944) spent decades navigating high society and portraying opulent life as one of America's highest paid illustrators. He took his first job as a sketch artist for the San Francisco Examiner. While there, publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst noticed his talent and encouraged him to move to New York City.
Raleigh continued newspaper work while also creating illustrations for iconic publications such as Harper's Bazaar, The Saturday Evening Post, Vanity Fair and Colliers. Some of the greatest writers of the day, including F. Scott Fitzgerald, sought after Raleigh. Fitzgerald even wrote a fan letter saying, "Honestly, I think they're the best illustrations I've ever seen!"
Raleigh led a small pack of illustrators in this time called the "Golden Age of American Illustration." Improvements in printing technology freed illustrators to experiment with color and bold draftsmanship. His "confident line" created a portrait of American aspirations.
Art and History Museums, Maitland is proud to exhibit a selection from the Raleigh Archive, courtesy of collectors Kate and Chris Raleigh.
For more information visit www.artandhistory.org


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Where: Amway Center
Friday, July 22, 2011
Time: 7:00 PM EST
NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK & BACKSTREET BOYS
Don't Miss Their Only Florida Concert!
Friday, July 22 7 pm
Amway Center

New Kids on the Block and Backstreet Boys closed 2010 with a show stealing smash performance on "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2011" proving why their joint NKOTBSB tour is this summer's hottest and most anticipated tour. NKOTBSB keep the surprises and excitement coming for 2011 with their newly announced tour dates.

People Magazine raved, "The Backstreet Boys and New Kids on the Block ended 2010 on a high note with a rollicking New Year's Eve mash up of their greatest hits in Times Square."

And Entertainment Weekly gave a nod to the groups saying, "ABC's live broadcast of Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve boasted a classic boy-band bash, with the well-preserved Backstreet Boys and the New Kids on the Block collaborating for a medley of their greatest hits."

Don't miss this historic tour when it stops at Orlando's Amway Center Fri, July 22! The Amway Center pre-sale starts Friday, January 14 at 10 am!







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Saturday, July 23, 2011
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Where: Crealde School of Art
Saturday, July 23, 2011
31st Annual Student Show and Annual Meeting at Crealdé on June 10
Crealdé students are preparing their artwork for submission to Crealdé's 31st Annual Juried Student Show, which will be on display at the Alice and Williams Jenkins Gallery from June 10 to August 31st, 2011. This is the highlight of Crealdé's year, as students showcase their finest work to the community. Guest jurors will select an assortment of artworks in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and photography, created by a dedicated group of students, Fellows, and Studio Artists who attended Crealdé in 2010 and 2011. Many of the pieces will be for sale. Students will be awarded recognition in the form of prizes, certificates, and ribbons, and one purchase award. The opening reception for the Juried Student Show will be held in the Alice and William Jenkins Gallery on Friday, June 10th from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.
The Annual Membership Meeting will coincide with the opening reception, from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery on Crealdé's main campus. The meeting offers a chance to celebrate the year in review and includes the Annual Report presentation, as well as recognition awards for faculty, volunteers, and community supporters. In addition, Crealdé members will elect the new volunteer Board of Directors. This is an opportunity to hear from the people who use their creativity, ingenuity, and heart to make Crealdé School of Art possible. Executive Director Peter Schreyer and President of the Board David McLeod will report on the state of Crealdé as well as future plans.

Where: Showalter Hughes Community Gallery
Saturday, July 23, 2011
At the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery May 6 to August 6
Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida
From May 6 to August 6, 2011 in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery, be sure to see the exhibit Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida. Storytellers XIV is a photographic outreach program by Crealdé School of Art produced in partnership with the Hope CommUnity Center in Apopka, and St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Mt. Dora. Using words and pictures, young photographers from Central Florida's diverse communities give us insight into their changing worlds.
This year the participants are from the rural communities of Zellwood, Sorrento and Mt. Dora, including: Fernando Balderas, Marla Balderas, Arcadio Espinoza, Chastity Espinoza, Pablo Garcia, Bianca Orozco, Elexia Orozco, Maria Ramirez, Vincente Rodriguez, Alfonso Sanchez, Erika Sauceda, and Maurilio Sauceda. They were instructed by photographer Anna Maria Jannotti and assistant Brian David Becker.
A PUBLIC RECEPTION will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery at Crealdé School of Art. Meet the young photographers and enjoy a dance performance by Sin Fronteras, "Without Borders," during the reception; refreshments and Mexican finger foods provided.
A brief history of the Storytellers program: Since the establishment of the program in 1996 by Crealdé's Executive Director Peter Schreyer, young artists from diverse Central Florida communities have been introduced to storytelling through black and white photography, sharing their unique vision of community, family, and place in history. Students learned to use professional 35mm cameras, allowing them to complete assignments and field trips to tell the story of their everyday lives. They developed their film and learned how to print their own photographs in Crealdé's darkroom facilities. They gathered information about their subjects and worked with instructors to develop picture ideas. In 2010, Storytellers had shifted to the use of digital-SLR cameras as well as computerized editing software. Over the course of the program, students can now learn digital shooting techniques, caption-writing, and photo-editing basics. Storytellers XIV is the second group to use the digital photography lab at Crealdé's Hannibal Square Heritage Center. The lab was established in 2009 thanks to a generous grant from the Community Foundation of Central Florida.
Throughout its existence, the Storytellers program has been funded by a wide range of private foundations and community partners. Past community partners have included BETA Center, the Boys & Girls Club, and the Winter Park Community Center. Travelling exhibitions of Storytellers have been organized by Crealdé, touring Central Florida libraries and community centers, including a showing in the Supreme Court building at our state capital in Tallahassee. In addition, this project has been featured on two covers of Florida Magazine and was voted Best Arts Collaboration in 2000 by United Arts of Central Florida.
Storytellers XIV was funded through a grant from the St. Margaret Mary Outreach Fund, with additional support from Crealdé member Melodi Roberts.
Caption for The Offerings: Here is one of many symbols that are brought to the altar to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe. This tradition happens on December 12th. I have never participated in carrying the symbols, but would love to do it some year. A lot of people go to this celebration and I like going as well. -Pablo Garcia, Storytellers XIV

For more information, call:
Crealdé School of Art: (407) 671-1886 www.crealde.org; open M-Th. 9-4, Fri. & Sat. 9-1.
Heritage Center: (407) 539-2680 www.hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org , open Tu.-Th. 12-4, F 12-5, Sat. 10-2.



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Where: Maitland Historical Museum
Saturday, July 23, 2011
Maitland History Illustrated: Works by Dawn Schreiner
April 21 - November 1, 2011
We Make History Community Gallery
In this exhibition, artist Dawn Schreiner creates her own interpretations from the history of Maitland, drawn and painted from source material at the Maitland Historical Museum.


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Where: John & Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center in Loch Haven Park
Saturday, July 23, 2011
Orlando Shakes presents a fun-filled adaptation of a fairy tale Classic,
Snow white and the seven dwarfs

Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF is delighted to begin its 2011-2012 Theater for Young Audiences Series with an interactive and engaging adaptation of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, playing at the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center from July 7 through August 7, 2011.

Based on the classic fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS tells the famous story of a sweet girl who lives in the woods as part of a most unusual family - and of the Wicked Queen who will stop at nothing to be the most beautiful woman in the kingdom. Told with help from the younger members of audience, SNOW WHITE is wicked fun for the whole family.

In addition to public performances at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, Orlando Shakes is excited to offer an opportunity for families to delve deeper into the fairy tale through a fun and interactive story time at Barnes and Noble on Saturday, July 9 at 11AM. Led by the cast of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, this engaging 20-minute reading is an excellent precursor to the performance. Everyone attending will have a chance to win free tickets to attend a performance of SNOW WHITE at Orlando Shakespeare Theater. The story time for SNOW WHITE will take place at Barnes and Noble in the Colonial Plaza Market Place (2418 E Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32803).

Since 2002, Orlando Shakespeare Theater has provided quality productions for young people and their families. The Theater for Young Audience Season continues in October with a musical adaptation of MISS NELSON IS MISSING from October 20 to November 19, 2011 and CHARLOTTE'S WEB from March 29 to April 29, 2012. "This season offers families the opportunity to enjoy three dynamic adaptations based on works by well-known children's authors," Anne Hering, Orlando Shakes Director of Education commented. "The best part is that all these shows ignite the imagination and act as a launching point for theater appreciation as well as a life-long love of reading."

Single tickets and TYA Flex Passes are available now at <http://orlandoshakes.org> or by phone (407) 447-1700 <tel:%28407%29%20447-1700>.

Orlando Shakespeare Theater also offers student matinees specifically for schools, summer camps, and day cares. Learn more about the student matinees at <http://www.orlandoshakes.org/tickets/school-field-trips.html>.

WHAT
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Adapted by Maurice Berger

WHERE
Orlando Shakespeare Theater in the Goldman Theater
Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street, Orlando, FL 32803

WHEN
July 7 - August 7, 2011 - ON SALE NOW!

DATES AND PRICES
Tuesday - Friday at 10:30AM - all seats $9
Saturday at 2:00PM - all seats $10
Sunday at 4:30PM - all seats $10

DISCOUNTS
Group Sales: 10% off for groups of 10-19/ 20% off for groups of 20 or more, call ext. 265
Classes/Homeschool Groups: Buy 10 tickets, get the 11th FREE!

Tickets are available by calling 407-447-1700 <tel:407-447-1700> or online at <http://orlandoshakes.org/> and in person at the Box Office located inside the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street in Orlando's Loch Haven Cultural Park. Box Office hours are 12PM to show time, Tuesday-Saturday, and one hour prior to show time on Sundays for walk up sales. On non-performance days, the Box Office closes at 5pm.





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Where: Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens
Saturday, July 23, 2011
The Red Chair Visits Orange County Public Art
Shown concurrently with Figure and Form from July 19- September 18, 2011.
Photographs by twenty-eight local artists are featured in "The Red Chair Visits Orange County Public Art." In June 2010, Orange County Arts & Cultural Affairs Director, Terry Olson issued an invitation to area photographers to choose a piece of Orange County public art to incorporate into a photograph of their own artistic interpretation. The photograph also had to include a small red chair within the composition. The chair is not only symbolic of arts audiences but is also representative of the Red Chair Project, the area's cultural information portal (www.redchairproject.com ).


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Event Title: Figure and Form: A Showcase of Florida Sculptors
Saturday, July 23, 2011
Figure and Form: A Showcase of Florida Sculptors
July 19 - September 18, 2011
This will be the first juried sculpture exhibition showcasing high-quality works by Florida sculptors that focus on forms created in a representational manner. Chosen works will complement and enhance the unique setting of the Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Gardens.

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Where: Maitland Art Center
Saturday, July 23, 2011
The Confident Line: Henry Patrick Raleigh
May 14 - September 11, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 14 6p.m. -8p.m.
Henry Patrick Raleigh (1880-1944) spent decades navigating high society and portraying opulent life as one of America's highest paid illustrators. He took his first job as a sketch artist for the San Francisco Examiner. While there, publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst noticed his talent and encouraged him to move to New York City.
Raleigh continued newspaper work while also creating illustrations for iconic publications such as Harper's Bazaar, The Saturday Evening Post, Vanity Fair and Colliers. Some of the greatest writers of the day, including F. Scott Fitzgerald, sought after Raleigh. Fitzgerald even wrote a fan letter saying, "Honestly, I think they're the best illustrations I've ever seen!"
Raleigh led a small pack of illustrators in this time called the "Golden Age of American Illustration." Improvements in printing technology freed illustrators to experiment with color and bold draftsmanship. His "confident line" created a portrait of American aspirations.
Art and History Museums, Maitland is proud to exhibit a selection from the Raleigh Archive, courtesy of collectors Kate and Chris Raleigh.
For more information visit www.artandhistory.org


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Sunday, July 24, 2011
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Where: Crealde School of Art
Sunday, July 24, 2011
31st Annual Student Show and Annual Meeting at Crealdé on June 10
Crealdé students are preparing their artwork for submission to Crealdé's 31st Annual Juried Student Show, which will be on display at the Alice and Williams Jenkins Gallery from June 10 to August 31st, 2011. This is the highlight of Crealdé's year, as students showcase their finest work to the community. Guest jurors will select an assortment of artworks in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and photography, created by a dedicated group of students, Fellows, and Studio Artists who attended Crealdé in 2010 and 2011. Many of the pieces will be for sale. Students will be awarded recognition in the form of prizes, certificates, and ribbons, and one purchase award. The opening reception for the Juried Student Show will be held in the Alice and William Jenkins Gallery on Friday, June 10th from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.
The Annual Membership Meeting will coincide with the opening reception, from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery on Crealdé's main campus. The meeting offers a chance to celebrate the year in review and includes the Annual Report presentation, as well as recognition awards for faculty, volunteers, and community supporters. In addition, Crealdé members will elect the new volunteer Board of Directors. This is an opportunity to hear from the people who use their creativity, ingenuity, and heart to make Crealdé School of Art possible. Executive Director Peter Schreyer and President of the Board David McLeod will report on the state of Crealdé as well as future plans.

Event Title: American Idol Live!
Where: Amway Center
Sunday, July 24, 2011
American Idol Live!
Sun, 07/24/11
Orlando, FL
Amway Center


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Where: Showalter Hughes Community Gallery
Sunday, July 24, 2011
At the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery May 6 to August 6
Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida
From May 6 to August 6, 2011 in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery, be sure to see the exhibit Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida. Storytellers XIV is a photographic outreach program by Crealdé School of Art produced in partnership with the Hope CommUnity Center in Apopka, and St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Mt. Dora. Using words and pictures, young photographers from Central Florida's diverse communities give us insight into their changing worlds.
This year the participants are from the rural communities of Zellwood, Sorrento and Mt. Dora, including: Fernando Balderas, Marla Balderas, Arcadio Espinoza, Chastity Espinoza, Pablo Garcia, Bianca Orozco, Elexia Orozco, Maria Ramirez, Vincente Rodriguez, Alfonso Sanchez, Erika Sauceda, and Maurilio Sauceda. They were instructed by photographer Anna Maria Jannotti and assistant Brian David Becker.
A PUBLIC RECEPTION will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery at Crealdé School of Art. Meet the young photographers and enjoy a dance performance by Sin Fronteras, "Without Borders," during the reception; refreshments and Mexican finger foods provided.
A brief history of the Storytellers program: Since the establishment of the program in 1996 by Crealdé's Executive Director Peter Schreyer, young artists from diverse Central Florida communities have been introduced to storytelling through black and white photography, sharing their unique vision of community, family, and place in history. Students learned to use professional 35mm cameras, allowing them to complete assignments and field trips to tell the story of their everyday lives. They developed their film and learned how to print their own photographs in Crealdé's darkroom facilities. They gathered information about their subjects and worked with instructors to develop picture ideas. In 2010, Storytellers had shifted to the use of digital-SLR cameras as well as computerized editing software. Over the course of the program, students can now learn digital shooting techniques, caption-writing, and photo-editing basics. Storytellers XIV is the second group to use the digital photography lab at Crealdé's Hannibal Square Heritage Center. The lab was established in 2009 thanks to a generous grant from the Community Foundation of Central Florida.
Throughout its existence, the Storytellers program has been funded by a wide range of private foundations and community partners. Past community partners have included BETA Center, the Boys & Girls Club, and the Winter Park Community Center. Travelling exhibitions of Storytellers have been organized by Crealdé, touring Central Florida libraries and community centers, including a showing in the Supreme Court building at our state capital in Tallahassee. In addition, this project has been featured on two covers of Florida Magazine and was voted Best Arts Collaboration in 2000 by United Arts of Central Florida.
Storytellers XIV was funded through a grant from the St. Margaret Mary Outreach Fund, with additional support from Crealdé member Melodi Roberts.
Caption for The Offerings: Here is one of many symbols that are brought to the altar to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe. This tradition happens on December 12th. I have never participated in carrying the symbols, but would love to do it some year. A lot of people go to this celebration and I like going as well. -Pablo Garcia, Storytellers XIV

For more information, call:
Crealdé School of Art: (407) 671-1886 www.crealde.org; open M-Th. 9-4, Fri. & Sat. 9-1.
Heritage Center: (407) 539-2680 www.hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org , open Tu.-Th. 12-4, F 12-5, Sat. 10-2.



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Where: Maitland Historical Museum
Sunday, July 24, 2011
Maitland History Illustrated: Works by Dawn Schreiner
April 21 - November 1, 2011
We Make History Community Gallery
In this exhibition, artist Dawn Schreiner creates her own interpretations from the history of Maitland, drawn and painted from source material at the Maitland Historical Museum.


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Where: John & Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center in Loch Haven Park
Sunday, July 24, 2011
Orlando Shakes presents a fun-filled adaptation of a fairy tale Classic,
Snow white and the seven dwarfs

Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF is delighted to begin its 2011-2012 Theater for Young Audiences Series with an interactive and engaging adaptation of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, playing at the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center from July 7 through August 7, 2011.

Based on the classic fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS tells the famous story of a sweet girl who lives in the woods as part of a most unusual family - and of the Wicked Queen who will stop at nothing to be the most beautiful woman in the kingdom. Told with help from the younger members of audience, SNOW WHITE is wicked fun for the whole family.

In addition to public performances at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, Orlando Shakes is excited to offer an opportunity for families to delve deeper into the fairy tale through a fun and interactive story time at Barnes and Noble on Saturday, July 9 at 11AM. Led by the cast of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, this engaging 20-minute reading is an excellent precursor to the performance. Everyone attending will have a chance to win free tickets to attend a performance of SNOW WHITE at Orlando Shakespeare Theater. The story time for SNOW WHITE will take place at Barnes and Noble in the Colonial Plaza Market Place (2418 E Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32803).

Since 2002, Orlando Shakespeare Theater has provided quality productions for young people and their families. The Theater for Young Audience Season continues in October with a musical adaptation of MISS NELSON IS MISSING from October 20 to November 19, 2011 and CHARLOTTE'S WEB from March 29 to April 29, 2012. "This season offers families the opportunity to enjoy three dynamic adaptations based on works by well-known children's authors," Anne Hering, Orlando Shakes Director of Education commented. "The best part is that all these shows ignite the imagination and act as a launching point for theater appreciation as well as a life-long love of reading."

Single tickets and TYA Flex Passes are available now at <http://orlandoshakes.org> or by phone (407) 447-1700 <tel:%28407%29%20447-1700>.

Orlando Shakespeare Theater also offers student matinees specifically for schools, summer camps, and day cares. Learn more about the student matinees at <http://www.orlandoshakes.org/tickets/school-field-trips.html>.

WHAT
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Adapted by Maurice Berger

WHERE
Orlando Shakespeare Theater in the Goldman Theater
Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street, Orlando, FL 32803

WHEN
July 7 - August 7, 2011 - ON SALE NOW!

DATES AND PRICES
Tuesday - Friday at 10:30AM - all seats $9
Saturday at 2:00PM - all seats $10
Sunday at 4:30PM - all seats $10

DISCOUNTS
Group Sales: 10% off for groups of 10-19/ 20% off for groups of 20 or more, call ext. 265
Classes/Homeschool Groups: Buy 10 tickets, get the 11th FREE!

Tickets are available by calling 407-447-1700 <tel:407-447-1700> or online at <http://orlandoshakes.org/> and in person at the Box Office located inside the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street in Orlando's Loch Haven Cultural Park. Box Office hours are 12PM to show time, Tuesday-Saturday, and one hour prior to show time on Sundays for walk up sales. On non-performance days, the Box Office closes at 5pm.





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Where: Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens
Sunday, July 24, 2011
The Red Chair Visits Orange County Public Art
Shown concurrently with Figure and Form from July 19- September 18, 2011.
Photographs by twenty-eight local artists are featured in "The Red Chair Visits Orange County Public Art." In June 2010, Orange County Arts & Cultural Affairs Director, Terry Olson issued an invitation to area photographers to choose a piece of Orange County public art to incorporate into a photograph of their own artistic interpretation. The photograph also had to include a small red chair within the composition. The chair is not only symbolic of arts audiences but is also representative of the Red Chair Project, the area's cultural information portal (www.redchairproject.com ).


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Event Title: Figure and Form: A Showcase of Florida Sculptors
Sunday, July 24, 2011
Figure and Form: A Showcase of Florida Sculptors
July 19 - September 18, 2011
This will be the first juried sculpture exhibition showcasing high-quality works by Florida sculptors that focus on forms created in a representational manner. Chosen works will complement and enhance the unique setting of the Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Gardens.

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Where: Maitland Art Center
Sunday, July 24, 2011
The Confident Line: Henry Patrick Raleigh
May 14 - September 11, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 14 6p.m. -8p.m.
Henry Patrick Raleigh (1880-1944) spent decades navigating high society and portraying opulent life as one of America's highest paid illustrators. He took his first job as a sketch artist for the San Francisco Examiner. While there, publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst noticed his talent and encouraged him to move to New York City.
Raleigh continued newspaper work while also creating illustrations for iconic publications such as Harper's Bazaar, The Saturday Evening Post, Vanity Fair and Colliers. Some of the greatest writers of the day, including F. Scott Fitzgerald, sought after Raleigh. Fitzgerald even wrote a fan letter saying, "Honestly, I think they're the best illustrations I've ever seen!"
Raleigh led a small pack of illustrators in this time called the "Golden Age of American Illustration." Improvements in printing technology freed illustrators to experiment with color and bold draftsmanship. His "confident line" created a portrait of American aspirations.
Art and History Museums, Maitland is proud to exhibit a selection from the Raleigh Archive, courtesy of collectors Kate and Chris Raleigh.
For more information visit www.artandhistory.org


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Monday, July 25, 2011
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Where: Crealde School of Art
Monday, July 25, 2011
31st Annual Student Show and Annual Meeting at Crealdé on June 10
Crealdé students are preparing their artwork for submission to Crealdé's 31st Annual Juried Student Show, which will be on display at the Alice and Williams Jenkins Gallery from June 10 to August 31st, 2011. This is the highlight of Crealdé's year, as students showcase their finest work to the community. Guest jurors will select an assortment of artworks in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and photography, created by a dedicated group of students, Fellows, and Studio Artists who attended Crealdé in 2010 and 2011. Many of the pieces will be for sale. Students will be awarded recognition in the form of prizes, certificates, and ribbons, and one purchase award. The opening reception for the Juried Student Show will be held in the Alice and William Jenkins Gallery on Friday, June 10th from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.
The Annual Membership Meeting will coincide with the opening reception, from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery on Crealdé's main campus. The meeting offers a chance to celebrate the year in review and includes the Annual Report presentation, as well as recognition awards for faculty, volunteers, and community supporters. In addition, Crealdé members will elect the new volunteer Board of Directors. This is an opportunity to hear from the people who use their creativity, ingenuity, and heart to make Crealdé School of Art possible. Executive Director Peter Schreyer and President of the Board David McLeod will report on the state of Crealdé as well as future plans.

Where: Showalter Hughes Community Gallery
Monday, July 25, 2011
At the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery May 6 to August 6
Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida
From May 6 to August 6, 2011 in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery, be sure to see the exhibit Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida. Storytellers XIV is a photographic outreach program by Crealdé School of Art produced in partnership with the Hope CommUnity Center in Apopka, and St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Mt. Dora. Using words and pictures, young photographers from Central Florida's diverse communities give us insight into their changing worlds.
This year the participants are from the rural communities of Zellwood, Sorrento and Mt. Dora, including: Fernando Balderas, Marla Balderas, Arcadio Espinoza, Chastity Espinoza, Pablo Garcia, Bianca Orozco, Elexia Orozco, Maria Ramirez, Vincente Rodriguez, Alfonso Sanchez, Erika Sauceda, and Maurilio Sauceda. They were instructed by photographer Anna Maria Jannotti and assistant Brian David Becker.
A PUBLIC RECEPTION will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery at Crealdé School of Art. Meet the young photographers and enjoy a dance performance by Sin Fronteras, "Without Borders," during the reception; refreshments and Mexican finger foods provided.
A brief history of the Storytellers program: Since the establishment of the program in 1996 by Crealdé's Executive Director Peter Schreyer, young artists from diverse Central Florida communities have been introduced to storytelling through black and white photography, sharing their unique vision of community, family, and place in history. Students learned to use professional 35mm cameras, allowing them to complete assignments and field trips to tell the story of their everyday lives. They developed their film and learned how to print their own photographs in Crealdé's darkroom facilities. They gathered information about their subjects and worked with instructors to develop picture ideas. In 2010, Storytellers had shifted to the use of digital-SLR cameras as well as computerized editing software. Over the course of the program, students can now learn digital shooting techniques, caption-writing, and photo-editing basics. Storytellers XIV is the second group to use the digital photography lab at Crealdé's Hannibal Square Heritage Center. The lab was established in 2009 thanks to a generous grant from the Community Foundation of Central Florida.
Throughout its existence, the Storytellers program has been funded by a wide range of private foundations and community partners. Past community partners have included BETA Center, the Boys & Girls Club, and the Winter Park Community Center. Travelling exhibitions of Storytellers have been organized by Crealdé, touring Central Florida libraries and community centers, including a showing in the Supreme Court building at our state capital in Tallahassee. In addition, this project has been featured on two covers of Florida Magazine and was voted Best Arts Collaboration in 2000 by United Arts of Central Florida.
Storytellers XIV was funded through a grant from the St. Margaret Mary Outreach Fund, with additional support from Crealdé member Melodi Roberts.
Caption for The Offerings: Here is one of many symbols that are brought to the altar to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe. This tradition happens on December 12th. I have never participated in carrying the symbols, but would love to do it some year. A lot of people go to this celebration and I like going as well. -Pablo Garcia, Storytellers XIV

For more information, call:
Crealdé School of Art: (407) 671-1886 www.crealde.org; open M-Th. 9-4, Fri. & Sat. 9-1.
Heritage Center: (407) 539-2680 www.hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org , open Tu.-Th. 12-4, F 12-5, Sat. 10-2.



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Where: Maitland Historical Museum
Monday, July 25, 2011
Maitland History Illustrated: Works by Dawn Schreiner
April 21 - November 1, 2011
We Make History Community Gallery
In this exhibition, artist Dawn Schreiner creates her own interpretations from the history of Maitland, drawn and painted from source material at the Maitland Historical Museum.


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Where: John & Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center in Loch Haven Park
Monday, July 25, 2011
Orlando Shakes presents a fun-filled adaptation of a fairy tale Classic,
Snow white and the seven dwarfs

Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF is delighted to begin its 2011-2012 Theater for Young Audiences Series with an interactive and engaging adaptation of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, playing at the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center from July 7 through August 7, 2011.

Based on the classic fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS tells the famous story of a sweet girl who lives in the woods as part of a most unusual family - and of the Wicked Queen who will stop at nothing to be the most beautiful woman in the kingdom. Told with help from the younger members of audience, SNOW WHITE is wicked fun for the whole family.

In addition to public performances at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, Orlando Shakes is excited to offer an opportunity for families to delve deeper into the fairy tale through a fun and interactive story time at Barnes and Noble on Saturday, July 9 at 11AM. Led by the cast of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, this engaging 20-minute reading is an excellent precursor to the performance. Everyone attending will have a chance to win free tickets to attend a performance of SNOW WHITE at Orlando Shakespeare Theater. The story time for SNOW WHITE will take place at Barnes and Noble in the Colonial Plaza Market Place (2418 E Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32803).

Since 2002, Orlando Shakespeare Theater has provided quality productions for young people and their families. The Theater for Young Audience Season continues in October with a musical adaptation of MISS NELSON IS MISSING from October 20 to November 19, 2011 and CHARLOTTE'S WEB from March 29 to April 29, 2012. "This season offers families the opportunity to enjoy three dynamic adaptations based on works by well-known children's authors," Anne Hering, Orlando Shakes Director of Education commented. "The best part is that all these shows ignite the imagination and act as a launching point for theater appreciation as well as a life-long love of reading."

Single tickets and TYA Flex Passes are available now at <http://orlandoshakes.org> or by phone (407) 447-1700 <tel:%28407%29%20447-1700>.

Orlando Shakespeare Theater also offers student matinees specifically for schools, summer camps, and day cares. Learn more about the student matinees at <http://www.orlandoshakes.org/tickets/school-field-trips.html>.

WHAT
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Adapted by Maurice Berger

WHERE
Orlando Shakespeare Theater in the Goldman Theater
Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street, Orlando, FL 32803

WHEN
July 7 - August 7, 2011 - ON SALE NOW!

DATES AND PRICES
Tuesday - Friday at 10:30AM - all seats $9
Saturday at 2:00PM - all seats $10
Sunday at 4:30PM - all seats $10

DISCOUNTS
Group Sales: 10% off for groups of 10-19/ 20% off for groups of 20 or more, call ext. 265
Classes/Homeschool Groups: Buy 10 tickets, get the 11th FREE!

Tickets are available by calling 407-447-1700 <tel:407-447-1700> or online at <http://orlandoshakes.org/> and in person at the Box Office located inside the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street in Orlando's Loch Haven Cultural Park. Box Office hours are 12PM to show time, Tuesday-Saturday, and one hour prior to show time on Sundays for walk up sales. On non-performance days, the Box Office closes at 5pm.





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Where: Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens
Monday, July 25, 2011
The Red Chair Visits Orange County Public Art
Shown concurrently with Figure and Form from July 19- September 18, 2011.
Photographs by twenty-eight local artists are featured in "The Red Chair Visits Orange County Public Art." In June 2010, Orange County Arts & Cultural Affairs Director, Terry Olson issued an invitation to area photographers to choose a piece of Orange County public art to incorporate into a photograph of their own artistic interpretation. The photograph also had to include a small red chair within the composition. The chair is not only symbolic of arts audiences but is also representative of the Red Chair Project, the area's cultural information portal (www.redchairproject.com ).


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Event Title: Figure and Form: A Showcase of Florida Sculptors
Monday, July 25, 2011
Figure and Form: A Showcase of Florida Sculptors
July 19 - September 18, 2011
This will be the first juried sculpture exhibition showcasing high-quality works by Florida sculptors that focus on forms created in a representational manner. Chosen works will complement and enhance the unique setting of the Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Gardens.

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Where: Maitland Art Center
Monday, July 25, 2011
The Confident Line: Henry Patrick Raleigh
May 14 - September 11, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 14 6p.m. -8p.m.
Henry Patrick Raleigh (1880-1944) spent decades navigating high society and portraying opulent life as one of America's highest paid illustrators. He took his first job as a sketch artist for the San Francisco Examiner. While there, publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst noticed his talent and encouraged him to move to New York City.
Raleigh continued newspaper work while also creating illustrations for iconic publications such as Harper's Bazaar, The Saturday Evening Post, Vanity Fair and Colliers. Some of the greatest writers of the day, including F. Scott Fitzgerald, sought after Raleigh. Fitzgerald even wrote a fan letter saying, "Honestly, I think they're the best illustrations I've ever seen!"
Raleigh led a small pack of illustrators in this time called the "Golden Age of American Illustration." Improvements in printing technology freed illustrators to experiment with color and bold draftsmanship. His "confident line" created a portrait of American aspirations.
Art and History Museums, Maitland is proud to exhibit a selection from the Raleigh Archive, courtesy of collectors Kate and Chris Raleigh.
For more information visit www.artandhistory.org


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Tuesday, July 26, 2011
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Where: Crealde School of Art
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
31st Annual Student Show and Annual Meeting at Crealdé on June 10
Crealdé students are preparing their artwork for submission to Crealdé's 31st Annual Juried Student Show, which will be on display at the Alice and Williams Jenkins Gallery from June 10 to August 31st, 2011. This is the highlight of Crealdé's year, as students showcase their finest work to the community. Guest jurors will select an assortment of artworks in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and photography, created by a dedicated group of students, Fellows, and Studio Artists who attended Crealdé in 2010 and 2011. Many of the pieces will be for sale. Students will be awarded recognition in the form of prizes, certificates, and ribbons, and one purchase award. The opening reception for the Juried Student Show will be held in the Alice and William Jenkins Gallery on Friday, June 10th from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.
The Annual Membership Meeting will coincide with the opening reception, from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery on Crealdé's main campus. The meeting offers a chance to celebrate the year in review and includes the Annual Report presentation, as well as recognition awards for faculty, volunteers, and community supporters. In addition, Crealdé members will elect the new volunteer Board of Directors. This is an opportunity to hear from the people who use their creativity, ingenuity, and heart to make Crealdé School of Art possible. Executive Director Peter Schreyer and President of the Board David McLeod will report on the state of Crealdé as well as future plans.

Where: Showalter Hughes Community Gallery
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
At the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery May 6 to August 6
Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida
From May 6 to August 6, 2011 in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery, be sure to see the exhibit Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida. Storytellers XIV is a photographic outreach program by Crealdé School of Art produced in partnership with the Hope CommUnity Center in Apopka, and St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Mt. Dora. Using words and pictures, young photographers from Central Florida's diverse communities give us insight into their changing worlds.
This year the participants are from the rural communities of Zellwood, Sorrento and Mt. Dora, including: Fernando Balderas, Marla Balderas, Arcadio Espinoza, Chastity Espinoza, Pablo Garcia, Bianca Orozco, Elexia Orozco, Maria Ramirez, Vincente Rodriguez, Alfonso Sanchez, Erika Sauceda, and Maurilio Sauceda. They were instructed by photographer Anna Maria Jannotti and assistant Brian David Becker.
A PUBLIC RECEPTION will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery at Crealdé School of Art. Meet the young photographers and enjoy a dance performance by Sin Fronteras, "Without Borders," during the reception; refreshments and Mexican finger foods provided.
A brief history of the Storytellers program: Since the establishment of the program in 1996 by Crealdé's Executive Director Peter Schreyer, young artists from diverse Central Florida communities have been introduced to storytelling through black and white photography, sharing their unique vision of community, family, and place in history. Students learned to use professional 35mm cameras, allowing them to complete assignments and field trips to tell the story of their everyday lives. They developed their film and learned how to print their own photographs in Crealdé's darkroom facilities. They gathered information about their subjects and worked with instructors to develop picture ideas. In 2010, Storytellers had shifted to the use of digital-SLR cameras as well as computerized editing software. Over the course of the program, students can now learn digital shooting techniques, caption-writing, and photo-editing basics. Storytellers XIV is the second group to use the digital photography lab at Crealdé's Hannibal Square Heritage Center. The lab was established in 2009 thanks to a generous grant from the Community Foundation of Central Florida.
Throughout its existence, the Storytellers program has been funded by a wide range of private foundations and community partners. Past community partners have included BETA Center, the Boys & Girls Club, and the Winter Park Community Center. Travelling exhibitions of Storytellers have been organized by Crealdé, touring Central Florida libraries and community centers, including a showing in the Supreme Court building at our state capital in Tallahassee. In addition, this project has been featured on two covers of Florida Magazine and was voted Best Arts Collaboration in 2000 by United Arts of Central Florida.
Storytellers XIV was funded through a grant from the St. Margaret Mary Outreach Fund, with additional support from Crealdé member Melodi Roberts.
Caption for The Offerings: Here is one of many symbols that are brought to the altar to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe. This tradition happens on December 12th. I have never participated in carrying the symbols, but would love to do it some year. A lot of people go to this celebration and I like going as well. -Pablo Garcia, Storytellers XIV

For more information, call:
Crealdé School of Art: (407) 671-1886 www.crealde.org; open M-Th. 9-4, Fri. & Sat. 9-1.
Heritage Center: (407) 539-2680 www.hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org , open Tu.-Th. 12-4, F 12-5, Sat. 10-2.



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Where: Maitland Historical Museum
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
Maitland History Illustrated: Works by Dawn Schreiner
April 21 - November 1, 2011
We Make History Community Gallery
In this exhibition, artist Dawn Schreiner creates her own interpretations from the history of Maitland, drawn and painted from source material at the Maitland Historical Museum.


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Where: John & Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center in Loch Haven Park
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
Orlando Shakes presents a fun-filled adaptation of a fairy tale Classic,
Snow white and the seven dwarfs

Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF is delighted to begin its 2011-2012 Theater for Young Audiences Series with an interactive and engaging adaptation of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, playing at the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center from July 7 through August 7, 2011.

Based on the classic fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS tells the famous story of a sweet girl who lives in the woods as part of a most unusual family - and of the Wicked Queen who will stop at nothing to be the most beautiful woman in the kingdom. Told with help from the younger members of audience, SNOW WHITE is wicked fun for the whole family.

In addition to public performances at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, Orlando Shakes is excited to offer an opportunity for families to delve deeper into the fairy tale through a fun and interactive story time at Barnes and Noble on Saturday, July 9 at 11AM. Led by the cast of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, this engaging 20-minute reading is an excellent precursor to the performance. Everyone attending will have a chance to win free tickets to attend a performance of SNOW WHITE at Orlando Shakespeare Theater. The story time for SNOW WHITE will take place at Barnes and Noble in the Colonial Plaza Market Place (2418 E Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32803).

Since 2002, Orlando Shakespeare Theater has provided quality productions for young people and their families. The Theater for Young Audience Season continues in October with a musical adaptation of MISS NELSON IS MISSING from October 20 to November 19, 2011 and CHARLOTTE'S WEB from March 29 to April 29, 2012. "This season offers families the opportunity to enjoy three dynamic adaptations based on works by well-known children's authors," Anne Hering, Orlando Shakes Director of Education commented. "The best part is that all these shows ignite the imagination and act as a launching point for theater appreciation as well as a life-long love of reading."

Single tickets and TYA Flex Passes are available now at <http://orlandoshakes.org> or by phone (407) 447-1700 <tel:%28407%29%20447-1700>.

Orlando Shakespeare Theater also offers student matinees specifically for schools, summer camps, and day cares. Learn more about the student matinees at <http://www.orlandoshakes.org/tickets/school-field-trips.html>.

WHAT
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Adapted by Maurice Berger

WHERE
Orlando Shakespeare Theater in the Goldman Theater
Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street, Orlando, FL 32803

WHEN
July 7 - August 7, 2011 - ON SALE NOW!

DATES AND PRICES
Tuesday - Friday at 10:30AM - all seats $9
Saturday at 2:00PM - all seats $10
Sunday at 4:30PM - all seats $10

DISCOUNTS
Group Sales: 10% off for groups of 10-19/ 20% off for groups of 20 or more, call ext. 265
Classes/Homeschool Groups: Buy 10 tickets, get the 11th FREE!

Tickets are available by calling 407-447-1700 <tel:407-447-1700> or online at <http://orlandoshakes.org/> and in person at the Box Office located inside the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street in Orlando's Loch Haven Cultural Park. Box Office hours are 12PM to show time, Tuesday-Saturday, and one hour prior to show time on Sundays for walk up sales. On non-performance days, the Box Office closes at 5pm.





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Where: Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
The Red Chair Visits Orange County Public Art
Shown concurrently with Figure and Form from July 19- September 18, 2011.
Photographs by twenty-eight local artists are featured in "The Red Chair Visits Orange County Public Art." In June 2010, Orange County Arts & Cultural Affairs Director, Terry Olson issued an invitation to area photographers to choose a piece of Orange County public art to incorporate into a photograph of their own artistic interpretation. The photograph also had to include a small red chair within the composition. The chair is not only symbolic of arts audiences but is also representative of the Red Chair Project, the area's cultural information portal (www.redchairproject.com ).


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Event Title: Figure and Form: A Showcase of Florida Sculptors
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
Figure and Form: A Showcase of Florida Sculptors
July 19 - September 18, 2011
This will be the first juried sculpture exhibition showcasing high-quality works by Florida sculptors that focus on forms created in a representational manner. Chosen works will complement and enhance the unique setting of the Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Gardens.

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Where: Maitland Art Center
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
The Confident Line: Henry Patrick Raleigh
May 14 - September 11, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 14 6p.m. -8p.m.
Henry Patrick Raleigh (1880-1944) spent decades navigating high society and portraying opulent life as one of America's highest paid illustrators. He took his first job as a sketch artist for the San Francisco Examiner. While there, publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst noticed his talent and encouraged him to move to New York City.
Raleigh continued newspaper work while also creating illustrations for iconic publications such as Harper's Bazaar, The Saturday Evening Post, Vanity Fair and Colliers. Some of the greatest writers of the day, including F. Scott Fitzgerald, sought after Raleigh. Fitzgerald even wrote a fan letter saying, "Honestly, I think they're the best illustrations I've ever seen!"
Raleigh led a small pack of illustrators in this time called the "Golden Age of American Illustration." Improvements in printing technology freed illustrators to experiment with color and bold draftsmanship. His "confident line" created a portrait of American aspirations.
Art and History Museums, Maitland is proud to exhibit a selection from the Raleigh Archive, courtesy of collectors Kate and Chris Raleigh.
For more information visit www.artandhistory.org


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Wednesday, July 27, 2011
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Where: Crealde School of Art
Wednesday, July 27, 2011
31st Annual Student Show and Annual Meeting at Crealdé on June 10
Crealdé students are preparing their artwork for submission to Crealdé's 31st Annual Juried Student Show, which will be on display at the Alice and Williams Jenkins Gallery from June 10 to August 31st, 2011. This is the highlight of Crealdé's year, as students showcase their finest work to the community. Guest jurors will select an assortment of artworks in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and photography, created by a dedicated group of students, Fellows, and Studio Artists who attended Crealdé in 2010 and 2011. Many of the pieces will be for sale. Students will be awarded recognition in the form of prizes, certificates, and ribbons, and one purchase award. The opening reception for the Juried Student Show will be held in the Alice and William Jenkins Gallery on Friday, June 10th from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.
The Annual Membership Meeting will coincide with the opening reception, from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery on Crealdé's main campus. The meeting offers a chance to celebrate the year in review and includes the Annual Report presentation, as well as recognition awards for faculty, volunteers, and community supporters. In addition, Crealdé members will elect the new volunteer Board of Directors. This is an opportunity to hear from the people who use their creativity, ingenuity, and heart to make Crealdé School of Art possible. Executive Director Peter Schreyer and President of the Board David McLeod will report on the state of Crealdé as well as future plans.

Where: Showalter Hughes Community Gallery
Wednesday, July 27, 2011
At the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery May 6 to August 6
Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida
From May 6 to August 6, 2011 in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery, be sure to see the exhibit Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida. Storytellers XIV is a photographic outreach program by Crealdé School of Art produced in partnership with the Hope CommUnity Center in Apopka, and St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Mt. Dora. Using words and pictures, young photographers from Central Florida's diverse communities give us insight into their changing worlds.
This year the participants are from the rural communities of Zellwood, Sorrento and Mt. Dora, including: Fernando Balderas, Marla Balderas, Arcadio Espinoza, Chastity Espinoza, Pablo Garcia, Bianca Orozco, Elexia Orozco, Maria Ramirez, Vincente Rodriguez, Alfonso Sanchez, Erika Sauceda, and Maurilio Sauceda. They were instructed by photographer Anna Maria Jannotti and assistant Brian David Becker.
A PUBLIC RECEPTION will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery at Crealdé School of Art. Meet the young photographers and enjoy a dance performance by Sin Fronteras, "Without Borders," during the reception; refreshments and Mexican finger foods provided.
A brief history of the Storytellers program: Since the establishment of the program in 1996 by Crealdé's Executive Director Peter Schreyer, young artists from diverse Central Florida communities have been introduced to storytelling through black and white photography, sharing their unique vision of community, family, and place in history. Students learned to use professional 35mm cameras, allowing them to complete assignments and field trips to tell the story of their everyday lives. They developed their film and learned how to print their own photographs in Crealdé's darkroom facilities. They gathered information about their subjects and worked with instructors to develop picture ideas. In 2010, Storytellers had shifted to the use of digital-SLR cameras as well as computerized editing software. Over the course of the program, students can now learn digital shooting techniques, caption-writing, and photo-editing basics. Storytellers XIV is the second group to use the digital photography lab at Crealdé's Hannibal Square Heritage Center. The lab was established in 2009 thanks to a generous grant from the Community Foundation of Central Florida.
Throughout its existence, the Storytellers program has been funded by a wide range of private foundations and community partners. Past community partners have included BETA Center, the Boys & Girls Club, and the Winter Park Community Center. Travelling exhibitions of Storytellers have been organized by Crealdé, touring Central Florida libraries and community centers, including a showing in the Supreme Court building at our state capital in Tallahassee. In addition, this project has been featured on two covers of Florida Magazine and was voted Best Arts Collaboration in 2000 by United Arts of Central Florida.
Storytellers XIV was funded through a grant from the St. Margaret Mary Outreach Fund, with additional support from Crealdé member Melodi Roberts.
Caption for The Offerings: Here is one of many symbols that are brought to the altar to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe. This tradition happens on December 12th. I have never participated in carrying the symbols, but would love to do it some year. A lot of people go to this celebration and I like going as well. -Pablo Garcia, Storytellers XIV

For more information, call:
Crealdé School of Art: (407) 671-1886 www.crealde.org; open M-Th. 9-4, Fri. & Sat. 9-1.
Heritage Center: (407) 539-2680 www.hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org , open Tu.-Th. 12-4, F 12-5, Sat. 10-2.



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Where: Maitland Historical Museum
Wednesday, July 27, 2011
Maitland History Illustrated: Works by Dawn Schreiner
April 21 - November 1, 2011
We Make History Community Gallery
In this exhibition, artist Dawn Schreiner creates her own interpretations from the history of Maitland, drawn and painted from source material at the Maitland Historical Museum.


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Where: John & Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center in Loch Haven Park
Wednesday, July 27, 2011
Orlando Shakes presents a fun-filled adaptation of a fairy tale Classic,
Snow white and the seven dwarfs

Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF is delighted to begin its 2011-2012 Theater for Young Audiences Series with an interactive and engaging adaptation of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, playing at the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center from July 7 through August 7, 2011.

Based on the classic fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS tells the famous story of a sweet girl who lives in the woods as part of a most unusual family - and of the Wicked Queen who will stop at nothing to be the most beautiful woman in the kingdom. Told with help from the younger members of audience, SNOW WHITE is wicked fun for the whole family.

In addition to public performances at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, Orlando Shakes is excited to offer an opportunity for families to delve deeper into the fairy tale through a fun and interactive story time at Barnes and Noble on Saturday, July 9 at 11AM. Led by the cast of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, this engaging 20-minute reading is an excellent precursor to the performance. Everyone attending will have a chance to win free tickets to attend a performance of SNOW WHITE at Orlando Shakespeare Theater. The story time for SNOW WHITE will take place at Barnes and Noble in the Colonial Plaza Market Place (2418 E Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32803).

Since 2002, Orlando Shakespeare Theater has provided quality productions for young people and their families. The Theater for Young Audience Season continues in October with a musical adaptation of MISS NELSON IS MISSING from October 20 to November 19, 2011 and CHARLOTTE'S WEB from March 29 to April 29, 2012. "This season offers families the opportunity to enjoy three dynamic adaptations based on works by well-known children's authors," Anne Hering, Orlando Shakes Director of Education commented. "The best part is that all these shows ignite the imagination and act as a launching point for theater appreciation as well as a life-long love of reading."

Single tickets and TYA Flex Passes are available now at <http://orlandoshakes.org> or by phone (407) 447-1700 <tel:%28407%29%20447-1700>.

Orlando Shakespeare Theater also offers student matinees specifically for schools, summer camps, and day cares. Learn more about the student matinees at <http://www.orlandoshakes.org/tickets/school-field-trips.html>.

WHAT
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Adapted by Maurice Berger

WHERE
Orlando Shakespeare Theater in the Goldman Theater
Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street, Orlando, FL 32803

WHEN
July 7 - August 7, 2011 - ON SALE NOW!

DATES AND PRICES
Tuesday - Friday at 10:30AM - all seats $9
Saturday at 2:00PM - all seats $10
Sunday at 4:30PM - all seats $10

DISCOUNTS
Group Sales: 10% off for groups of 10-19/ 20% off for groups of 20 or more, call ext. 265
Classes/Homeschool Groups: Buy 10 tickets, get the 11th FREE!

Tickets are available by calling 407-447-1700 <tel:407-447-1700> or online at <http://orlandoshakes.org/> and in person at the Box Office located inside the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street in Orlando's Loch Haven Cultural Park. Box Office hours are 12PM to show time, Tuesday-Saturday, and one hour prior to show time on Sundays for walk up sales. On non-performance days, the Box Office closes at 5pm.





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Where: Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens
Wednesday, July 27, 2011
The Red Chair Visits Orange County Public Art
Shown concurrently with Figure and Form from July 19- September 18, 2011.
Photographs by twenty-eight local artists are featured in "The Red Chair Visits Orange County Public Art." In June 2010, Orange County Arts & Cultural Affairs Director, Terry Olson issued an invitation to area photographers to choose a piece of Orange County public art to incorporate into a photograph of their own artistic interpretation. The photograph also had to include a small red chair within the composition. The chair is not only symbolic of arts audiences but is also representative of the Red Chair Project, the area's cultural information portal (www.redchairproject.com ).


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Event Title: Figure and Form: A Showcase of Florida Sculptors
Wednesday, July 27, 2011
Figure and Form: A Showcase of Florida Sculptors
July 19 - September 18, 2011
This will be the first juried sculpture exhibition showcasing high-quality works by Florida sculptors that focus on forms created in a representational manner. Chosen works will complement and enhance the unique setting of the Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Gardens.

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Where: Maitland Art Center
Wednesday, July 27, 2011
The Confident Line: Henry Patrick Raleigh
May 14 - September 11, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 14 6p.m. -8p.m.
Henry Patrick Raleigh (1880-1944) spent decades navigating high society and portraying opulent life as one of America's highest paid illustrators. He took his first job as a sketch artist for the San Francisco Examiner. While there, publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst noticed his talent and encouraged him to move to New York City.
Raleigh continued newspaper work while also creating illustrations for iconic publications such as Harper's Bazaar, The Saturday Evening Post, Vanity Fair and Colliers. Some of the greatest writers of the day, including F. Scott Fitzgerald, sought after Raleigh. Fitzgerald even wrote a fan letter saying, "Honestly, I think they're the best illustrations I've ever seen!"
Raleigh led a small pack of illustrators in this time called the "Golden Age of American Illustration." Improvements in printing technology freed illustrators to experiment with color and bold draftsmanship. His "confident line" created a portrait of American aspirations.
Art and History Museums, Maitland is proud to exhibit a selection from the Raleigh Archive, courtesy of collectors Kate and Chris Raleigh.
For more information visit www.artandhistory.org


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Thursday, July 28, 2011
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Where: Crealde School of Art
Thursday, July 28, 2011
31st Annual Student Show and Annual Meeting at Crealdé on June 10
Crealdé students are preparing their artwork for submission to Crealdé's 31st Annual Juried Student Show, which will be on display at the Alice and Williams Jenkins Gallery from June 10 to August 31st, 2011. This is the highlight of Crealdé's year, as students showcase their finest work to the community. Guest jurors will select an assortment of artworks in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and photography, created by a dedicated group of students, Fellows, and Studio Artists who attended Crealdé in 2010 and 2011. Many of the pieces will be for sale. Students will be awarded recognition in the form of prizes, certificates, and ribbons, and one purchase award. The opening reception for the Juried Student Show will be held in the Alice and William Jenkins Gallery on Friday, June 10th from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.
The Annual Membership Meeting will coincide with the opening reception, from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery on Crealdé's main campus. The meeting offers a chance to celebrate the year in review and includes the Annual Report presentation, as well as recognition awards for faculty, volunteers, and community supporters. In addition, Crealdé members will elect the new volunteer Board of Directors. This is an opportunity to hear from the people who use their creativity, ingenuity, and heart to make Crealdé School of Art possible. Executive Director Peter Schreyer and President of the Board David McLeod will report on the state of Crealdé as well as future plans.

Where: Showalter Hughes Community Gallery
Thursday, July 28, 2011
At the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery May 6 to August 6
Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida
From May 6 to August 6, 2011 in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery, be sure to see the exhibit Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida. Storytellers XIV is a photographic outreach program by Crealdé School of Art produced in partnership with the Hope CommUnity Center in Apopka, and St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Mt. Dora. Using words and pictures, young photographers from Central Florida's diverse communities give us insight into their changing worlds.
This year the participants are from the rural communities of Zellwood, Sorrento and Mt. Dora, including: Fernando Balderas, Marla Balderas, Arcadio Espinoza, Chastity Espinoza, Pablo Garcia, Bianca Orozco, Elexia Orozco, Maria Ramirez, Vincente Rodriguez, Alfonso Sanchez, Erika Sauceda, and Maurilio Sauceda. They were instructed by photographer Anna Maria Jannotti and assistant Brian David Becker.
A PUBLIC RECEPTION will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery at Crealdé School of Art. Meet the young photographers and enjoy a dance performance by Sin Fronteras, "Without Borders," during the reception; refreshments and Mexican finger foods provided.
A brief history of the Storytellers program: Since the establishment of the program in 1996 by Crealdé's Executive Director Peter Schreyer, young artists from diverse Central Florida communities have been introduced to storytelling through black and white photography, sharing their unique vision of community, family, and place in history. Students learned to use professional 35mm cameras, allowing them to complete assignments and field trips to tell the story of their everyday lives. They developed their film and learned how to print their own photographs in Crealdé's darkroom facilities. They gathered information about their subjects and worked with instructors to develop picture ideas. In 2010, Storytellers had shifted to the use of digital-SLR cameras as well as computerized editing software. Over the course of the program, students can now learn digital shooting techniques, caption-writing, and photo-editing basics. Storytellers XIV is the second group to use the digital photography lab at Crealdé's Hannibal Square Heritage Center. The lab was established in 2009 thanks to a generous grant from the Community Foundation of Central Florida.
Throughout its existence, the Storytellers program has been funded by a wide range of private foundations and community partners. Past community partners have included BETA Center, the Boys & Girls Club, and the Winter Park Community Center. Travelling exhibitions of Storytellers have been organized by Crealdé, touring Central Florida libraries and community centers, including a showing in the Supreme Court building at our state capital in Tallahassee. In addition, this project has been featured on two covers of Florida Magazine and was voted Best Arts Collaboration in 2000 by United Arts of Central Florida.
Storytellers XIV was funded through a grant from the St. Margaret Mary Outreach Fund, with additional support from Crealdé member Melodi Roberts.
Caption for The Offerings: Here is one of many symbols that are brought to the altar to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe. This tradition happens on December 12th. I have never participated in carrying the symbols, but would love to do it some year. A lot of people go to this celebration and I like going as well. -Pablo Garcia, Storytellers XIV

For more information, call:
Crealdé School of Art: (407) 671-1886 www.crealde.org; open M-Th. 9-4, Fri. & Sat. 9-1.
Heritage Center: (407) 539-2680 www.hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org , open Tu.-Th. 12-4, F 12-5, Sat. 10-2.



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Where: Maitland Historical Museum
Thursday, July 28, 2011
Maitland History Illustrated: Works by Dawn Schreiner
April 21 - November 1, 2011
We Make History Community Gallery
In this exhibition, artist Dawn Schreiner creates her own interpretations from the history of Maitland, drawn and painted from source material at the Maitland Historical Museum.


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Where: John & Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center in Loch Haven Park
Thursday, July 28, 2011
Orlando Shakes presents a fun-filled adaptation of a fairy tale Classic,
Snow white and the seven dwarfs

Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF is delighted to begin its 2011-2012 Theater for Young Audiences Series with an interactive and engaging adaptation of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, playing at the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center from July 7 through August 7, 2011.

Based on the classic fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS tells the famous story of a sweet girl who lives in the woods as part of a most unusual family - and of the Wicked Queen who will stop at nothing to be the most beautiful woman in the kingdom. Told with help from the younger members of audience, SNOW WHITE is wicked fun for the whole family.

In addition to public performances at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, Orlando Shakes is excited to offer an opportunity for families to delve deeper into the fairy tale through a fun and interactive story time at Barnes and Noble on Saturday, July 9 at 11AM. Led by the cast of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, this engaging 20-minute reading is an excellent precursor to the performance. Everyone attending will have a chance to win free tickets to attend a performance of SNOW WHITE at Orlando Shakespeare Theater. The story time for SNOW WHITE will take place at Barnes and Noble in the Colonial Plaza Market Place (2418 E Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32803).

Since 2002, Orlando Shakespeare Theater has provided quality productions for young people and their families. The Theater for Young Audience Season continues in October with a musical adaptation of MISS NELSON IS MISSING from October 20 to November 19, 2011 and CHARLOTTE'S WEB from March 29 to April 29, 2012. "This season offers families the opportunity to enjoy three dynamic adaptations based on works by well-known children's authors," Anne Hering, Orlando Shakes Director of Education commented. "The best part is that all these shows ignite the imagination and act as a launching point for theater appreciation as well as a life-long love of reading."

Single tickets and TYA Flex Passes are available now at <http://orlandoshakes.org> or by phone (407) 447-1700 <tel:%28407%29%20447-1700>.

Orlando Shakespeare Theater also offers student matinees specifically for schools, summer camps, and day cares. Learn more about the student matinees at <http://www.orlandoshakes.org/tickets/school-field-trips.html>.

WHAT
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Adapted by Maurice Berger

WHERE
Orlando Shakespeare Theater in the Goldman Theater
Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street, Orlando, FL 32803

WHEN
July 7 - August 7, 2011 - ON SALE NOW!

DATES AND PRICES
Tuesday - Friday at 10:30AM - all seats $9
Saturday at 2:00PM - all seats $10
Sunday at 4:30PM - all seats $10

DISCOUNTS
Group Sales: 10% off for groups of 10-19/ 20% off for groups of 20 or more, call ext. 265
Classes/Homeschool Groups: Buy 10 tickets, get the 11th FREE!

Tickets are available by calling 407-447-1700 <tel:407-447-1700> or online at <http://orlandoshakes.org/> and in person at the Box Office located inside the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street in Orlando's Loch Haven Cultural Park. Box Office hours are 12PM to show time, Tuesday-Saturday, and one hour prior to show time on Sundays for walk up sales. On non-performance days, the Box Office closes at 5pm.





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Where: Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens
Thursday, July 28, 2011
The Red Chair Visits Orange County Public Art
Shown concurrently with Figure and Form from July 19- September 18, 2011.
Photographs by twenty-eight local artists are featured in "The Red Chair Visits Orange County Public Art." In June 2010, Orange County Arts & Cultural Affairs Director, Terry Olson issued an invitation to area photographers to choose a piece of Orange County public art to incorporate into a photograph of their own artistic interpretation. The photograph also had to include a small red chair within the composition. The chair is not only symbolic of arts audiences but is also representative of the Red Chair Project, the area's cultural information portal (www.redchairproject.com ).


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Event Title: Figure and Form: A Showcase of Florida Sculptors
Thursday, July 28, 2011
Figure and Form: A Showcase of Florida Sculptors
July 19 - September 18, 2011
This will be the first juried sculpture exhibition showcasing high-quality works by Florida sculptors that focus on forms created in a representational manner. Chosen works will complement and enhance the unique setting of the Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Gardens.

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Where: Maitland Art Center
Thursday, July 28, 2011
The Confident Line: Henry Patrick Raleigh
May 14 - September 11, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 14 6p.m. -8p.m.
Henry Patrick Raleigh (1880-1944) spent decades navigating high society and portraying opulent life as one of America's highest paid illustrators. He took his first job as a sketch artist for the San Francisco Examiner. While there, publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst noticed his talent and encouraged him to move to New York City.
Raleigh continued newspaper work while also creating illustrations for iconic publications such as Harper's Bazaar, The Saturday Evening Post, Vanity Fair and Colliers. Some of the greatest writers of the day, including F. Scott Fitzgerald, sought after Raleigh. Fitzgerald even wrote a fan letter saying, "Honestly, I think they're the best illustrations I've ever seen!"
Raleigh led a small pack of illustrators in this time called the "Golden Age of American Illustration." Improvements in printing technology freed illustrators to experiment with color and bold draftsmanship. His "confident line" created a portrait of American aspirations.
Art and History Museums, Maitland is proud to exhibit a selection from the Raleigh Archive, courtesy of collectors Kate and Chris Raleigh.
For more information visit www.artandhistory.org


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Friday, July 29, 2011
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Where: Crealde School of Art
Friday, July 29, 2011
31st Annual Student Show and Annual Meeting at Crealdé on June 10
Crealdé students are preparing their artwork for submission to Crealdé's 31st Annual Juried Student Show, which will be on display at the Alice and Williams Jenkins Gallery from June 10 to August 31st, 2011. This is the highlight of Crealdé's year, as students showcase their finest work to the community. Guest jurors will select an assortment of artworks in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and photography, created by a dedicated group of students, Fellows, and Studio Artists who attended Crealdé in 2010 and 2011. Many of the pieces will be for sale. Students will be awarded recognition in the form of prizes, certificates, and ribbons, and one purchase award. The opening reception for the Juried Student Show will be held in the Alice and William Jenkins Gallery on Friday, June 10th from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.
The Annual Membership Meeting will coincide with the opening reception, from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery on Crealdé's main campus. The meeting offers a chance to celebrate the year in review and includes the Annual Report presentation, as well as recognition awards for faculty, volunteers, and community supporters. In addition, Crealdé members will elect the new volunteer Board of Directors. This is an opportunity to hear from the people who use their creativity, ingenuity, and heart to make Crealdé School of Art possible. Executive Director Peter Schreyer and President of the Board David McLeod will report on the state of Crealdé as well as future plans.

Where: Showalter Hughes Community Gallery
Friday, July 29, 2011
At the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery May 6 to August 6
Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida
From May 6 to August 6, 2011 in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery, be sure to see the exhibit Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida. Storytellers XIV is a photographic outreach program by Crealdé School of Art produced in partnership with the Hope CommUnity Center in Apopka, and St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Mt. Dora. Using words and pictures, young photographers from Central Florida's diverse communities give us insight into their changing worlds.
This year the participants are from the rural communities of Zellwood, Sorrento and Mt. Dora, including: Fernando Balderas, Marla Balderas, Arcadio Espinoza, Chastity Espinoza, Pablo Garcia, Bianca Orozco, Elexia Orozco, Maria Ramirez, Vincente Rodriguez, Alfonso Sanchez, Erika Sauceda, and Maurilio Sauceda. They were instructed by photographer Anna Maria Jannotti and assistant Brian David Becker.
A PUBLIC RECEPTION will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery at Crealdé School of Art. Meet the young photographers and enjoy a dance performance by Sin Fronteras, "Without Borders," during the reception; refreshments and Mexican finger foods provided.
A brief history of the Storytellers program: Since the establishment of the program in 1996 by Crealdé's Executive Director Peter Schreyer, young artists from diverse Central Florida communities have been introduced to storytelling through black and white photography, sharing their unique vision of community, family, and place in history. Students learned to use professional 35mm cameras, allowing them to complete assignments and field trips to tell the story of their everyday lives. They developed their film and learned how to print their own photographs in Crealdé's darkroom facilities. They gathered information about their subjects and worked with instructors to develop picture ideas. In 2010, Storytellers had shifted to the use of digital-SLR cameras as well as computerized editing software. Over the course of the program, students can now learn digital shooting techniques, caption-writing, and photo-editing basics. Storytellers XIV is the second group to use the digital photography lab at Crealdé's Hannibal Square Heritage Center. The lab was established in 2009 thanks to a generous grant from the Community Foundation of Central Florida.
Throughout its existence, the Storytellers program has been funded by a wide range of private foundations and community partners. Past community partners have included BETA Center, the Boys & Girls Club, and the Winter Park Community Center. Travelling exhibitions of Storytellers have been organized by Crealdé, touring Central Florida libraries and community centers, including a showing in the Supreme Court building at our state capital in Tallahassee. In addition, this project has been featured on two covers of Florida Magazine and was voted Best Arts Collaboration in 2000 by United Arts of Central Florida.
Storytellers XIV was funded through a grant from the St. Margaret Mary Outreach Fund, with additional support from Crealdé member Melodi Roberts.
Caption for The Offerings: Here is one of many symbols that are brought to the altar to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe. This tradition happens on December 12th. I have never participated in carrying the symbols, but would love to do it some year. A lot of people go to this celebration and I like going as well. -Pablo Garcia, Storytellers XIV

For more information, call:
Crealdé School of Art: (407) 671-1886 www.crealde.org; open M-Th. 9-4, Fri. & Sat. 9-1.
Heritage Center: (407) 539-2680 www.hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org , open Tu.-Th. 12-4, F 12-5, Sat. 10-2.



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Event Title: Vans Warped Tour
Where: Central Florida Fairgrounds
Friday, July 29, 2011
Vans Warped Tour
Fri, 07/29/11
Orlando, FL
Central Florida Fairgrounds



Where: Maitland Historical Museum
Friday, July 29, 2011
Maitland History Illustrated: Works by Dawn Schreiner
April 21 - November 1, 2011
We Make History Community Gallery
In this exhibition, artist Dawn Schreiner creates her own interpretations from the history of Maitland, drawn and painted from source material at the Maitland Historical Museum.


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Where: John & Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center in Loch Haven Park
Friday, July 29, 2011
Orlando Shakes presents a fun-filled adaptation of a fairy tale Classic,
Snow white and the seven dwarfs

Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF is delighted to begin its 2011-2012 Theater for Young Audiences Series with an interactive and engaging adaptation of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, playing at the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center from July 7 through August 7, 2011.

Based on the classic fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS tells the famous story of a sweet girl who lives in the woods as part of a most unusual family - and of the Wicked Queen who will stop at nothing to be the most beautiful woman in the kingdom. Told with help from the younger members of audience, SNOW WHITE is wicked fun for the whole family.

In addition to public performances at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, Orlando Shakes is excited to offer an opportunity for families to delve deeper into the fairy tale through a fun and interactive story time at Barnes and Noble on Saturday, July 9 at 11AM. Led by the cast of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, this engaging 20-minute reading is an excellent precursor to the performance. Everyone attending will have a chance to win free tickets to attend a performance of SNOW WHITE at Orlando Shakespeare Theater. The story time for SNOW WHITE will take place at Barnes and Noble in the Colonial Plaza Market Place (2418 E Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32803).

Since 2002, Orlando Shakespeare Theater has provided quality productions for young people and their families. The Theater for Young Audience Season continues in October with a musical adaptation of MISS NELSON IS MISSING from October 20 to November 19, 2011 and CHARLOTTE'S WEB from March 29 to April 29, 2012. "This season offers families the opportunity to enjoy three dynamic adaptations based on works by well-known children's authors," Anne Hering, Orlando Shakes Director of Education commented. "The best part is that all these shows ignite the imagination and act as a launching point for theater appreciation as well as a life-long love of reading."

Single tickets and TYA Flex Passes are available now at <http://orlandoshakes.org> or by phone (407) 447-1700 <tel:%28407%29%20447-1700>.

Orlando Shakespeare Theater also offers student matinees specifically for schools, summer camps, and day cares. Learn more about the student matinees at <http://www.orlandoshakes.org/tickets/school-field-trips.html>.

WHAT
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Adapted by Maurice Berger

WHERE
Orlando Shakespeare Theater in the Goldman Theater
Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street, Orlando, FL 32803

WHEN
July 7 - August 7, 2011 - ON SALE NOW!

DATES AND PRICES
Tuesday - Friday at 10:30AM - all seats $9
Saturday at 2:00PM - all seats $10
Sunday at 4:30PM - all seats $10

DISCOUNTS
Group Sales: 10% off for groups of 10-19/ 20% off for groups of 20 or more, call ext. 265
Classes/Homeschool Groups: Buy 10 tickets, get the 11th FREE!

Tickets are available by calling 407-447-1700 <tel:407-447-1700> or online at <http://orlandoshakes.org/> and in person at the Box Office located inside the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street in Orlando's Loch Haven Cultural Park. Box Office hours are 12PM to show time, Tuesday-Saturday, and one hour prior to show time on Sundays for walk up sales. On non-performance days, the Box Office closes at 5pm.





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Where: Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens
Friday, July 29, 2011
The Red Chair Visits Orange County Public Art
Shown concurrently with Figure and Form from July 19- September 18, 2011.
Photographs by twenty-eight local artists are featured in "The Red Chair Visits Orange County Public Art." In June 2010, Orange County Arts & Cultural Affairs Director, Terry Olson issued an invitation to area photographers to choose a piece of Orange County public art to incorporate into a photograph of their own artistic interpretation. The photograph also had to include a small red chair within the composition. The chair is not only symbolic of arts audiences but is also representative of the Red Chair Project, the area's cultural information portal (www.redchairproject.com ).


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Event Title: Figure and Form: A Showcase of Florida Sculptors
Friday, July 29, 2011
Figure and Form: A Showcase of Florida Sculptors
July 19 - September 18, 2011
This will be the first juried sculpture exhibition showcasing high-quality works by Florida sculptors that focus on forms created in a representational manner. Chosen works will complement and enhance the unique setting of the Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Gardens.

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Where: Maitland Art Center
Friday, July 29, 2011
The Confident Line: Henry Patrick Raleigh
May 14 - September 11, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 14 6p.m. -8p.m.
Henry Patrick Raleigh (1880-1944) spent decades navigating high society and portraying opulent life as one of America's highest paid illustrators. He took his first job as a sketch artist for the San Francisco Examiner. While there, publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst noticed his talent and encouraged him to move to New York City.
Raleigh continued newspaper work while also creating illustrations for iconic publications such as Harper's Bazaar, The Saturday Evening Post, Vanity Fair and Colliers. Some of the greatest writers of the day, including F. Scott Fitzgerald, sought after Raleigh. Fitzgerald even wrote a fan letter saying, "Honestly, I think they're the best illustrations I've ever seen!"
Raleigh led a small pack of illustrators in this time called the "Golden Age of American Illustration." Improvements in printing technology freed illustrators to experiment with color and bold draftsmanship. His "confident line" created a portrait of American aspirations.
Art and History Museums, Maitland is proud to exhibit a selection from the Raleigh Archive, courtesy of collectors Kate and Chris Raleigh.
For more information visit www.artandhistory.org


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Saturday, July 30, 2011
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Where: Crealde School of Art
Saturday, July 30, 2011
31st Annual Student Show and Annual Meeting at Crealdé on June 10
Crealdé students are preparing their artwork for submission to Crealdé's 31st Annual Juried Student Show, which will be on display at the Alice and Williams Jenkins Gallery from June 10 to August 31st, 2011. This is the highlight of Crealdé's year, as students showcase their finest work to the community. Guest jurors will select an assortment of artworks in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and photography, created by a dedicated group of students, Fellows, and Studio Artists who attended Crealdé in 2010 and 2011. Many of the pieces will be for sale. Students will be awarded recognition in the form of prizes, certificates, and ribbons, and one purchase award. The opening reception for the Juried Student Show will be held in the Alice and William Jenkins Gallery on Friday, June 10th from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.
The Annual Membership Meeting will coincide with the opening reception, from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery on Crealdé's main campus. The meeting offers a chance to celebrate the year in review and includes the Annual Report presentation, as well as recognition awards for faculty, volunteers, and community supporters. In addition, Crealdé members will elect the new volunteer Board of Directors. This is an opportunity to hear from the people who use their creativity, ingenuity, and heart to make Crealdé School of Art possible. Executive Director Peter Schreyer and President of the Board David McLeod will report on the state of Crealdé as well as future plans.

Where: Showalter Hughes Community Gallery
Saturday, July 30, 2011
At the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery May 6 to August 6
Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida
From May 6 to August 6, 2011 in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery, be sure to see the exhibit Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida. Storytellers XIV is a photographic outreach program by Crealdé School of Art produced in partnership with the Hope CommUnity Center in Apopka, and St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Mt. Dora. Using words and pictures, young photographers from Central Florida's diverse communities give us insight into their changing worlds.
This year the participants are from the rural communities of Zellwood, Sorrento and Mt. Dora, including: Fernando Balderas, Marla Balderas, Arcadio Espinoza, Chastity Espinoza, Pablo Garcia, Bianca Orozco, Elexia Orozco, Maria Ramirez, Vincente Rodriguez, Alfonso Sanchez, Erika Sauceda, and Maurilio Sauceda. They were instructed by photographer Anna Maria Jannotti and assistant Brian David Becker.
A PUBLIC RECEPTION will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery at Crealdé School of Art. Meet the young photographers and enjoy a dance performance by Sin Fronteras, "Without Borders," during the reception; refreshments and Mexican finger foods provided.
A brief history of the Storytellers program: Since the establishment of the program in 1996 by Crealdé's Executive Director Peter Schreyer, young artists from diverse Central Florida communities have been introduced to storytelling through black and white photography, sharing their unique vision of community, family, and place in history. Students learned to use professional 35mm cameras, allowing them to complete assignments and field trips to tell the story of their everyday lives. They developed their film and learned how to print their own photographs in Crealdé's darkroom facilities. They gathered information about their subjects and worked with instructors to develop picture ideas. In 2010, Storytellers had shifted to the use of digital-SLR cameras as well as computerized editing software. Over the course of the program, students can now learn digital shooting techniques, caption-writing, and photo-editing basics. Storytellers XIV is the second group to use the digital photography lab at Crealdé's Hannibal Square Heritage Center. The lab was established in 2009 thanks to a generous grant from the Community Foundation of Central Florida.
Throughout its existence, the Storytellers program has been funded by a wide range of private foundations and community partners. Past community partners have included BETA Center, the Boys & Girls Club, and the Winter Park Community Center. Travelling exhibitions of Storytellers have been organized by Crealdé, touring Central Florida libraries and community centers, including a showing in the Supreme Court building at our state capital in Tallahassee. In addition, this project has been featured on two covers of Florida Magazine and was voted Best Arts Collaboration in 2000 by United Arts of Central Florida.
Storytellers XIV was funded through a grant from the St. Margaret Mary Outreach Fund, with additional support from Crealdé member Melodi Roberts.
Caption for The Offerings: Here is one of many symbols that are brought to the altar to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe. This tradition happens on December 12th. I have never participated in carrying the symbols, but would love to do it some year. A lot of people go to this celebration and I like going as well. -Pablo Garcia, Storytellers XIV

For more information, call:
Crealdé School of Art: (407) 671-1886 www.crealde.org; open M-Th. 9-4, Fri. & Sat. 9-1.
Heritage Center: (407) 539-2680 www.hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org , open Tu.-Th. 12-4, F 12-5, Sat. 10-2.



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Where: Maitland Historical Museum
Saturday, July 30, 2011
Maitland History Illustrated: Works by Dawn Schreiner
April 21 - November 1, 2011
We Make History Community Gallery
In this exhibition, artist Dawn Schreiner creates her own interpretations from the history of Maitland, drawn and painted from source material at the Maitland Historical Museum.


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Where: John & Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center in Loch Haven Park
Saturday, July 30, 2011
Orlando Shakes presents a fun-filled adaptation of a fairy tale Classic,
Snow white and the seven dwarfs

Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF is delighted to begin its 2011-2012 Theater for Young Audiences Series with an interactive and engaging adaptation of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, playing at the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center from July 7 through August 7, 2011.

Based on the classic fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS tells the famous story of a sweet girl who lives in the woods as part of a most unusual family - and of the Wicked Queen who will stop at nothing to be the most beautiful woman in the kingdom. Told with help from the younger members of audience, SNOW WHITE is wicked fun for the whole family.

In addition to public performances at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, Orlando Shakes is excited to offer an opportunity for families to delve deeper into the fairy tale through a fun and interactive story time at Barnes and Noble on Saturday, July 9 at 11AM. Led by the cast of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, this engaging 20-minute reading is an excellent precursor to the performance. Everyone attending will have a chance to win free tickets to attend a performance of SNOW WHITE at Orlando Shakespeare Theater. The story time for SNOW WHITE will take place at Barnes and Noble in the Colonial Plaza Market Place (2418 E Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32803).

Since 2002, Orlando Shakespeare Theater has provided quality productions for young people and their families. The Theater for Young Audience Season continues in October with a musical adaptation of MISS NELSON IS MISSING from October 20 to November 19, 2011 and CHARLOTTE'S WEB from March 29 to April 29, 2012. "This season offers families the opportunity to enjoy three dynamic adaptations based on works by well-known children's authors," Anne Hering, Orlando Shakes Director of Education commented. "The best part is that all these shows ignite the imagination and act as a launching point for theater appreciation as well as a life-long love of reading."

Single tickets and TYA Flex Passes are available now at <http://orlandoshakes.org> or by phone (407) 447-1700 <tel:%28407%29%20447-1700>.

Orlando Shakespeare Theater also offers student matinees specifically for schools, summer camps, and day cares. Learn more about the student matinees at <http://www.orlandoshakes.org/tickets/school-field-trips.html>.

WHAT
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Adapted by Maurice Berger

WHERE
Orlando Shakespeare Theater in the Goldman Theater
Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street, Orlando, FL 32803

WHEN
July 7 - August 7, 2011 - ON SALE NOW!

DATES AND PRICES
Tuesday - Friday at 10:30AM - all seats $9
Saturday at 2:00PM - all seats $10
Sunday at 4:30PM - all seats $10

DISCOUNTS
Group Sales: 10% off for groups of 10-19/ 20% off for groups of 20 or more, call ext. 265
Classes/Homeschool Groups: Buy 10 tickets, get the 11th FREE!

Tickets are available by calling 407-447-1700 <tel:407-447-1700> or online at <http://orlandoshakes.org/> and in person at the Box Office located inside the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street in Orlando's Loch Haven Cultural Park. Box Office hours are 12PM to show time, Tuesday-Saturday, and one hour prior to show time on Sundays for walk up sales. On non-performance days, the Box Office closes at 5pm.





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Where: Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens
Saturday, July 30, 2011
The Red Chair Visits Orange County Public Art
Shown concurrently with Figure and Form from July 19- September 18, 2011.
Photographs by twenty-eight local artists are featured in "The Red Chair Visits Orange County Public Art." In June 2010, Orange County Arts & Cultural Affairs Director, Terry Olson issued an invitation to area photographers to choose a piece of Orange County public art to incorporate into a photograph of their own artistic interpretation. The photograph also had to include a small red chair within the composition. The chair is not only symbolic of arts audiences but is also representative of the Red Chair Project, the area's cultural information portal (www.redchairproject.com ).


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Event Title: Figure and Form: A Showcase of Florida Sculptors
Saturday, July 30, 2011
Figure and Form: A Showcase of Florida Sculptors
July 19 - September 18, 2011
This will be the first juried sculpture exhibition showcasing high-quality works by Florida sculptors that focus on forms created in a representational manner. Chosen works will complement and enhance the unique setting of the Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Gardens.

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Where: Maitland Art Center
Saturday, July 30, 2011
The Confident Line: Henry Patrick Raleigh
May 14 - September 11, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 14 6p.m. -8p.m.
Henry Patrick Raleigh (1880-1944) spent decades navigating high society and portraying opulent life as one of America's highest paid illustrators. He took his first job as a sketch artist for the San Francisco Examiner. While there, publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst noticed his talent and encouraged him to move to New York City.
Raleigh continued newspaper work while also creating illustrations for iconic publications such as Harper's Bazaar, The Saturday Evening Post, Vanity Fair and Colliers. Some of the greatest writers of the day, including F. Scott Fitzgerald, sought after Raleigh. Fitzgerald even wrote a fan letter saying, "Honestly, I think they're the best illustrations I've ever seen!"
Raleigh led a small pack of illustrators in this time called the "Golden Age of American Illustration." Improvements in printing technology freed illustrators to experiment with color and bold draftsmanship. His "confident line" created a portrait of American aspirations.
Art and History Museums, Maitland is proud to exhibit a selection from the Raleigh Archive, courtesy of collectors Kate and Chris Raleigh.
For more information visit www.artandhistory.org


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Sunday, July 31, 2011
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Where: Crealde School of Art
Sunday, July 31, 2011
31st Annual Student Show and Annual Meeting at Crealdé on June 10
Crealdé students are preparing their artwork for submission to Crealdé's 31st Annual Juried Student Show, which will be on display at the Alice and Williams Jenkins Gallery from June 10 to August 31st, 2011. This is the highlight of Crealdé's year, as students showcase their finest work to the community. Guest jurors will select an assortment of artworks in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and photography, created by a dedicated group of students, Fellows, and Studio Artists who attended Crealdé in 2010 and 2011. Many of the pieces will be for sale. Students will be awarded recognition in the form of prizes, certificates, and ribbons, and one purchase award. The opening reception for the Juried Student Show will be held in the Alice and William Jenkins Gallery on Friday, June 10th from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.
The Annual Membership Meeting will coincide with the opening reception, from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery on Crealdé's main campus. The meeting offers a chance to celebrate the year in review and includes the Annual Report presentation, as well as recognition awards for faculty, volunteers, and community supporters. In addition, Crealdé members will elect the new volunteer Board of Directors. This is an opportunity to hear from the people who use their creativity, ingenuity, and heart to make Crealdé School of Art possible. Executive Director Peter Schreyer and President of the Board David McLeod will report on the state of Crealdé as well as future plans.

Where: Showalter Hughes Community Gallery
Sunday, July 31, 2011
At the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery May 6 to August 6
Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida
From May 6 to August 6, 2011 in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery, be sure to see the exhibit Storytellers XIV: The New Face of Rural Communities in Central Florida. Storytellers XIV is a photographic outreach program by Crealdé School of Art produced in partnership with the Hope CommUnity Center in Apopka, and St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Mt. Dora. Using words and pictures, young photographers from Central Florida's diverse communities give us insight into their changing worlds.
This year the participants are from the rural communities of Zellwood, Sorrento and Mt. Dora, including: Fernando Balderas, Marla Balderas, Arcadio Espinoza, Chastity Espinoza, Pablo Garcia, Bianca Orozco, Elexia Orozco, Maria Ramirez, Vincente Rodriguez, Alfonso Sanchez, Erika Sauceda, and Maurilio Sauceda. They were instructed by photographer Anna Maria Jannotti and assistant Brian David Becker.
A PUBLIC RECEPTION will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery at Crealdé School of Art. Meet the young photographers and enjoy a dance performance by Sin Fronteras, "Without Borders," during the reception; refreshments and Mexican finger foods provided.
A brief history of the Storytellers program: Since the establishment of the program in 1996 by Crealdé's Executive Director Peter Schreyer, young artists from diverse Central Florida communities have been introduced to storytelling through black and white photography, sharing their unique vision of community, family, and place in history. Students learned to use professional 35mm cameras, allowing them to complete assignments and field trips to tell the story of their everyday lives. They developed their film and learned how to print their own photographs in Crealdé's darkroom facilities. They gathered information about their subjects and worked with instructors to develop picture ideas. In 2010, Storytellers had shifted to the use of digital-SLR cameras as well as computerized editing software. Over the course of the program, students can now learn digital shooting techniques, caption-writing, and photo-editing basics. Storytellers XIV is the second group to use the digital photography lab at Crealdé's Hannibal Square Heritage Center. The lab was established in 2009 thanks to a generous grant from the Community Foundation of Central Florida.
Throughout its existence, the Storytellers program has been funded by a wide range of private foundations and community partners. Past community partners have included BETA Center, the Boys & Girls Club, and the Winter Park Community Center. Travelling exhibitions of Storytellers have been organized by Crealdé, touring Central Florida libraries and community centers, including a showing in the Supreme Court building at our state capital in Tallahassee. In addition, this project has been featured on two covers of Florida Magazine and was voted Best Arts Collaboration in 2000 by United Arts of Central Florida.
Storytellers XIV was funded through a grant from the St. Margaret Mary Outreach Fund, with additional support from Crealdé member Melodi Roberts.
Caption for The Offerings: Here is one of many symbols that are brought to the altar to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe. This tradition happens on December 12th. I have never participated in carrying the symbols, but would love to do it some year. A lot of people go to this celebration and I like going as well. -Pablo Garcia, Storytellers XIV

For more information, call:
Crealdé School of Art: (407) 671-1886 www.crealde.org; open M-Th. 9-4, Fri. & Sat. 9-1.
Heritage Center: (407) 539-2680 www.hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org , open Tu.-Th. 12-4, F 12-5, Sat. 10-2.



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Where: Maitland Historical Museum
Sunday, July 31, 2011
Maitland History Illustrated: Works by Dawn Schreiner
April 21 - November 1, 2011
We Make History Community Gallery
In this exhibition, artist Dawn Schreiner creates her own interpretations from the history of Maitland, drawn and painted from source material at the Maitland Historical Museum.


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Where: John & Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center in Loch Haven Park
Sunday, July 31, 2011
Orlando Shakes presents a fun-filled adaptation of a fairy tale Classic,
Snow white and the seven dwarfs

Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF is delighted to begin its 2011-2012 Theater for Young Audiences Series with an interactive and engaging adaptation of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, playing at the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center from July 7 through August 7, 2011.

Based on the classic fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS tells the famous story of a sweet girl who lives in the woods as part of a most unusual family - and of the Wicked Queen who will stop at nothing to be the most beautiful woman in the kingdom. Told with help from the younger members of audience, SNOW WHITE is wicked fun for the whole family.

In addition to public performances at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, Orlando Shakes is excited to offer an opportunity for families to delve deeper into the fairy tale through a fun and interactive story time at Barnes and Noble on Saturday, July 9 at 11AM. Led by the cast of SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS, this engaging 20-minute reading is an excellent precursor to the performance. Everyone attending will have a chance to win free tickets to attend a performance of SNOW WHITE at Orlando Shakespeare Theater. The story time for SNOW WHITE will take place at Barnes and Noble in the Colonial Plaza Market Place (2418 E Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32803).

Since 2002, Orlando Shakespeare Theater has provided quality productions for young people and their families. The Theater for Young Audience Season continues in October with a musical adaptation of MISS NELSON IS MISSING from October 20 to November 19, 2011 and CHARLOTTE'S WEB from March 29 to April 29, 2012. "This season offers families the opportunity to enjoy three dynamic adaptations based on works by well-known children's authors," Anne Hering, Orlando Shakes Director of Education commented. "The best part is that all these shows ignite the imagination and act as a launching point for theater appreciation as well as a life-long love of reading."

Single tickets and TYA Flex Passes are available now at <http://orlandoshakes.org> or by phone (407) 447-1700 <tel:%28407%29%20447-1700>.

Orlando Shakespeare Theater also offers student matinees specifically for schools, summer camps, and day cares. Learn more about the student matinees at <http://www.orlandoshakes.org/tickets/school-field-trips.html>.

WHAT
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Adapted by Maurice Berger

WHERE
Orlando Shakespeare Theater in the Goldman Theater
Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street, Orlando, FL 32803

WHEN
July 7 - August 7, 2011 - ON SALE NOW!

DATES AND PRICES
Tuesday - Friday at 10:30AM - all seats $9
Saturday at 2:00PM - all seats $10
Sunday at 4:30PM - all seats $10

DISCOUNTS
Group Sales: 10% off for groups of 10-19/ 20% off for groups of 20 or more, call ext. 265
Classes/Homeschool Groups: Buy 10 tickets, get the 11th FREE!

Tickets are available by calling 407-447-1700 <tel:407-447-1700> or online at <http://orlandoshakes.org/> and in person at the Box Office located inside the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins Street in Orlando's Loch Haven Cultural Park. Box Office hours are 12PM to show time, Tuesday-Saturday, and one hour prior to show time on Sundays for walk up sales. On non-performance days, the Box Office closes at 5pm.





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Where: Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens
Sunday, July 31, 2011
The Red Chair Visits Orange County Public Art
Shown concurrently with Figure and Form from July 19- September 18, 2011.
Photographs by twenty-eight local artists are featured in "The Red Chair Visits Orange County Public Art." In June 2010, Orange County Arts & Cultural Affairs Director, Terry Olson issued an invitation to area photographers to choose a piece of Orange County public art to incorporate into a photograph of their own artistic interpretation. The photograph also had to include a small red chair within the composition. The chair is not only symbolic of arts audiences but is also representative of the Red Chair Project, the area's cultural information portal (www.redchairproject.com ).


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Event Title: Figure and Form: A Showcase of Florida Sculptors
Sunday, July 31, 2011
Figure and Form: A Showcase of Florida Sculptors
July 19 - September 18, 2011
This will be the first juried sculpture exhibition showcasing high-quality works by Florida sculptors that focus on forms created in a representational manner. Chosen works will complement and enhance the unique setting of the Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Gardens.

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Where: Maitland Art Center
Sunday, July 31, 2011
The Confident Line: Henry Patrick Raleigh
May 14 - September 11, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 14 6p.m. -8p.m.
Henry Patrick Raleigh (1880-1944) spent decades navigating high society and portraying opulent life as one of America's highest paid illustrators. He took his first job as a sketch artist for the San Francisco Examiner. While there, publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst noticed his talent and encouraged him to move to New York City.
Raleigh continued newspaper work while also creating illustrations for iconic publications such as Harper's Bazaar, The Saturday Evening Post, Vanity Fair and Colliers. Some of the greatest writers of the day, including F. Scott Fitzgerald, sought after Raleigh. Fitzgerald even wrote a fan letter saying, "Honestly, I think they're the best illustrations I've ever seen!"
Raleigh led a small pack of illustrators in this time called the "Golden Age of American Illustration." Improvements in printing technology freed illustrators to experiment with color and bold draftsmanship. His "confident line" created a portrait of American aspirations.
Art and History Museums, Maitland is proud to exhibit a selection from the Raleigh Archive, courtesy of collectors Kate and Chris Raleigh.
For more information visit www.artandhistory.org


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