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Multiple Voices/Multiple Stories
Mon Jan 17 @ 10:00am
Jan
17
Mon
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Drawn entirely from the extensive collection of the Cornell Fine Arts Museum, Multiple Voices/Multiple Stories, examines the multilayered narratives contained in figural representations. Ranging from …
Rollins: Florida’s First College, The Early Years 1885-1935
Thu Jan 20 @ 10:00am
Jan
20
Thu
Museum Exterior 2021.jpg
Non-City
Art & Culture
The WPHM exhibition Rollins: Florida’s First College, The Early Years 1885-1935 will guide visitors through the first decades of the Rollins story -- a period of incredible struggles and triumphs for …
Multiple Voices/Multiple Stories
Thu Jan 20 @ 10:00am
Jan
20
Thu
-
Tickets
Drawn entirely from the extensive collection of the Cornell Fine Arts Museum, Multiple Voices/Multiple Stories, examines the multilayered narratives contained in figural representations. Ranging from …
Path to Paradise: The Artistic Legacy of Dante’s Divine Comedy
Thu Jan 20 @ 10:00am
Jan
20
Thu
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Tickets
With its graphic depictions of eternal punishment and redemption, Dante’s Divine Comedy has served as an artistic and moral template for artists, writers, politicians, and religious leaders since its …
Preserving The Past and Looking Towards the Future: A Celebration of Hannibal Square
Thu Jan 20 @ 10:00am
Jan
20
Thu
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Non-City
This exhibition depicts the contributions of Winter Park’s African American community from 1900 to present day, remembering, acknowledging, and preserving historic Hannibal Square’s legacy. This is th…
Impressions of Life: Joza Uprka
Thu Jan 20 @ 10:00am
Jan
20
Thu
Postcard front.jpg
Non-City
Art & Culture
Introducing the exuberant art of Joža Uprka (1861-1940). Visitors will be swept up into the charming rural scenes in which he documented the vanishing customs and costumes of the Czech and Slovak peop…
American Modernisms at the Rollins Museum of Art
Thu Jan 20 @ 10:00am
Jan
20
Thu
Slobodkina.jpg
Non-City
Art & Culture
For many art lovers, the idea of “modern art” carries a certain sense of gravity, evoking the series of avant gardes—mostly “-isms”—that succeeded one another from the late nineteenth century to the l…
Legends of the Saints
Thu Jan 20 @ 10:00am
Jan
20
Thu
rubens-peter-paul-the-virgin-and-child-adored-by-saints.jpg
Non-City
Art & Culture
Prior to the Enlightenment, the Church was the single most important patron of the arts in Europe. As a result, most of the art produced was religious in nature, celebrating the sacred figures of the …
Art Encounters: Ally is a Verb
Thu Jan 20 @ 10:00am
Jan
20
Thu
Abney2020.1.25.jpg
Non-City
Art & Culture
Art Encounters: Ally is a Verb addresses allyship, solidarity, and community building from multiple perspectives; an interactive station encourages members of the campus and external communities to re…
From Chaos to Order: Greek Geometric Art from the Sol Rabin Collection
Thu Jan 20 @ 10:00am
Jan
20
Thu
horse-on-two-openwork-spheres.jpg
Non-City
Art & Culture
In more than 25 years, From Chaos to Order is the first major museum exhibition in the United States to focus on Greek art during the Geometric period (c. 900–700 B.C.). It is the first exhibition of …
Multiple Voices/Multiple Stories
Wed Jan 19 @ 10:00am
Jan
19
Wed
-
Tickets
Drawn entirely from the extensive collection of the Cornell Fine Arts Museum, Multiple Voices/Multiple Stories, examines the multilayered narratives contained in figural representations. Ranging from …
Path to Paradise: The Artistic Legacy of Dante’s Divine Comedy
Wed Jan 19 @ 10:00am
Jan
19
Wed
-
Tickets
With its graphic depictions of eternal punishment and redemption, Dante’s Divine Comedy has served as an artistic and moral template for artists, writers, politicians, and religious leaders since its …
Preserving The Past and Looking Towards the Future: A Celebration of Hannibal Square
Wed Jan 19 @ 10:00am
Jan
19
Wed
hannibalsquare_cropped_fwXQ.jpg
Non-City
This exhibition depicts the contributions of Winter Park’s African American community from 1900 to present day, remembering, acknowledging, and preserving historic Hannibal Square’s legacy. This is th…
Impressions of Life: Joza Uprka
Wed Jan 19 @ 10:00am
Jan
19
Wed
Postcard front.jpg
Non-City
Art & Culture
Introducing the exuberant art of Joža Uprka (1861-1940). Visitors will be swept up into the charming rural scenes in which he documented the vanishing customs and costumes of the Czech and Slovak peop…
American Modernisms at the Rollins Museum of Art
Wed Jan 19 @ 10:00am
Jan
19
Wed
Slobodkina.jpg
Non-City
Art & Culture
For many art lovers, the idea of “modern art” carries a certain sense of gravity, evoking the series of avant gardes—mostly “-isms”—that succeeded one another from the late nineteenth century to the l…
Legends of the Saints
Wed Jan 19 @ 10:00am
Jan
19
Wed
rubens-peter-paul-the-virgin-and-child-adored-by-saints.jpg
Non-City
Art & Culture
Prior to the Enlightenment, the Church was the single most important patron of the arts in Europe. As a result, most of the art produced was religious in nature, celebrating the sacred figures of the …
Art Encounters: Ally is a Verb
Wed Jan 19 @ 10:00am
Jan
19
Wed
Abney2020.1.25.jpg
Non-City
Art & Culture
Art Encounters: Ally is a Verb addresses allyship, solidarity, and community building from multiple perspectives; an interactive station encourages members of the campus and external communities to re…
From Chaos to Order: Greek Geometric Art from the Sol Rabin Collection
Wed Jan 19 @ 10:00am
Jan
19
Wed
horse-on-two-openwork-spheres.jpg
Non-City
Art & Culture
In more than 25 years, From Chaos to Order is the first major museum exhibition in the United States to focus on Greek art during the Geometric period (c. 900–700 B.C.). It is the first exhibition of …
Rollins: Florida’s First College, The Early Years 1885-1935
Wed Jan 19 @ 10:00am
Jan
19
Wed
Museum Exterior 2021.jpg
Non-City
Art & Culture
The WPHM exhibition Rollins: Florida’s First College, The Early Years 1885-1935 will guide visitors through the first decades of the Rollins story -- a period of incredible struggles and triumphs for …
Tai Chi in the Garden
Wed Jan 19 @ 10:30am
Jan
19
Wed
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Tickets
Non-City
Head to Mead Botanical Garden a unique experience to practice Tai Chi in the garden with certified Tai Chi for Health Master Trainer, Tony Garcia. Please meet on the Grove Stage 10 minutes prior to th…
Thursday Night Hang
Thu Jan 20 @ 8:00pm
Jan
20
Thu
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Non-City
Art & Culture
Free admission! Featuring Chris Cortez, Walt Hubbard, Doug Mathews, Ed Krout and special guests. The group plays a concert set, which is followed by a jazz jam session. Musicians are encouraged to bri…
Multiple Voices/Multiple Stories
Tue Jan 18 @ 10:00am
Jan
18
Tue
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Tickets
Drawn entirely from the extensive collection of the Cornell Fine Arts Museum, Multiple Voices/Multiple Stories, examines the multilayered narratives contained in figural representations. Ranging from …
Path to Paradise: The Artistic Legacy of Dante’s Divine Comedy
Tue Jan 18 @ 10:00am
Jan
18
Tue
-
Tickets
With its graphic depictions of eternal punishment and redemption, Dante’s Divine Comedy has served as an artistic and moral template for artists, writers, politicians, and religious leaders since its …
Preserving The Past and Looking Towards the Future: A Celebration of Hannibal Square
Tue Jan 18 @ 10:00am
Jan
18
Tue
hannibalsquare_cropped_fwXQ.jpg
Non-City
This exhibition depicts the contributions of Winter Park’s African American community from 1900 to present day, remembering, acknowledging, and preserving historic Hannibal Square’s legacy. This is th…
Impressions of Life: Joza Uprka
Tue Jan 18 @ 10:00am
Jan
18
Tue
Postcard front.jpg
Non-City
Art & Culture
Introducing the exuberant art of Joža Uprka (1861-1940). Visitors will be swept up into the charming rural scenes in which he documented the vanishing customs and costumes of the Czech and Slovak peop…
Rollins: Florida’s First College, The Early Years 1885-1935
Tue Jan 18 @ 10:00am
Jan
18
Tue
Museum Exterior 2021.jpg
Non-City
Art & Culture
The WPHM exhibition Rollins: Florida’s First College, The Early Years 1885-1935 will guide visitors through the first decades of the Rollins story -- a period of incredible struggles and triumphs for …
Ballroom Dance Lessons - Beginners Classes
Tue Jan 18 @ 7:00pm
Jan
18
Tue
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City
Sustainability
Please arrive 30 minutes early to the first class in order to register. Cash or check will be accepted as payment at the door. Text the instructor Stuart Nichols at 321-662-5565 with any questions. A …
Ballroom Dance Lessons- Intermediate Classes
Tue Jan 18 @ 8:45pm
Jan
18
Tue
WP-BallRoom_G2j6.png
City
Sustainability
Please arrive 30 minutes early to the first class in order to register. Cash or check will be accepted as payment at the door. Text the instructor Stuart Nichols at 321-662-5565 with any questions. A …
Path to Paradise: The Artistic Legacy of Dante’s Divine Comedy
Mon Jan 17 @ 10:00am
Jan
17
Mon
-
Tickets
With its graphic depictions of eternal punishment and redemption, Dante’s Divine Comedy has served as an artistic and moral template for artists, writers, politicians, and religious leaders since its …
20th Annual Unity Hertiage Festival
Mon Jan 17 @ 11:00am
Jan
17
Mon
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City
This annual 2-day community festival will promote family heritage and raise funds for the Educational Fulfillment Fund to benefit local economically disadvantaged youth. The festival begins on Sunday,…