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Albin Polasek: Destiny Fulfilled
Tue Oct 26 @ 10:00am
Oct
26
Tue
Albin Polasek in studio 1916_6ogp.jpg
Non-City
In celebration of the museum’s 60th anniversary in 2021, this exhibition will delve into the work and legacy of internationally renowned Czech American sculptor Albin Polasek (1879-1965). Rarely seen …
As I Am
Thu Oct 28 @ 9:00am
Oct
28
Thu
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Eight artists from throughout the state of Florida will claim their space in an exhibition lifting up themes of beauty, identity, authentic representation, fear, tenacity, and liberation. The show fea…
ARTE Y CAFÉ CON LA CURADORA (Art and Coffee with the Curator): Gallardo/Budoff: Growth, Breadth, and Terrain
Tue Oct 26 @ 6:00pm
Oct
26
Tue
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Non-City
Art & Culture
Join Curator Gisela Carbonell for exhibition tours in Spanish. Acompaña a la curadora del Rollins Museum of Art, Gisela Carbonell, para visitas guiadas en español.
As I Am
Tue Oct 26 @ 9:00am
Oct
26
Tue
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Eight artists from throughout the state of Florida will claim their space in an exhibition lifting up themes of beauty, identity, authentic representation, fear, tenacity, and liberation. The show fea…
Ballroom Dance Lessons - Beginners Classes
Tue Oct 26 @ 7:00pm
Oct
26
Tue
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City
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 Oct 26 @ 8:45pm
Oct
26
Tue
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City
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 …
Multiple Voices/Multiple Stories
Tue Oct 26 @ 12:00pm
Oct
26
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 …
Multiple Voices/Multiple Stories
Tue Oct 26 @ 10:00am
Oct
26
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 Oct 26 @ 12:00pm
Oct
26
Tue
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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 …
Uptown/Downtown: Richard Lindner’s Fun City
Tue Oct 26 @ 10:00am
Oct
26
Tue
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Tickets
German-American artist Richard Lindner (1901-1978) fled his home country at the advent of the Second World War. After a few years as a graphic designer in Paris, in 1941 he moved to New York where he …
Uptown/Downtown: Richard Lindner’s Fun City
Tue Oct 26 @ 12:00pm
Oct
26
Tue
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Tickets
Non-City
German-American artist Richard Lindner (1901-1978) fled his home country at the advent of the Second World War. After a few years as a graphic designer in Paris, in 1941 he moved to New York where he …
Path to Paradise: The Artistic Legacy of Dante’s Divine Comedy
Tue Oct 26 @ 10:00am
Oct
26
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 …
As I Am
Wed Oct 27 @ 9:00am
Oct
27
Wed
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Eight artists from throughout the state of Florida will claim their space in an exhibition lifting up themes of beauty, identity, authentic representation, fear, tenacity, and liberation. The show fea…
Multiple Voices/Multiple Stories
Wed Oct 27 @ 10:00am
Oct
27
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 Oct 27 @ 10:00am
Oct
27
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 …
Uptown/Downtown: Richard Lindner’s Fun City
Wed Oct 27 @ 10:00am
Oct
27
Wed
-
Tickets
German-American artist Richard Lindner (1901-1978) fled his home country at the advent of the Second World War. After a few years as a graphic designer in Paris, in 1941 he moved to New York where he …
Albin Polasek: Destiny Fulfilled
Wed Oct 27 @ 10:00am
Oct
27
Wed
Albin Polasek in studio 1916_6ogp.jpg
Non-City
In celebration of the museum’s 60th anniversary in 2021, this exhibition will delve into the work and legacy of internationally renowned Czech American sculptor Albin Polasek (1879-1965). Rarely seen …
Preserving The Past and Looking Towards the Future: A Celebration of Hannibal Square
Wed Oct 27 @ 10:00am
Oct
27
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…
Multiple Voices/Multiple Stories
Wed Oct 27 @ 12:00pm
Oct
27
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 Oct 27 @ 12:00pm
Oct
27
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 …
Uptown/Downtown: Richard Lindner’s Fun City
Wed Oct 27 @ 12:00pm
Oct
27
Wed
-
Tickets
Non-City
German-American artist Richard Lindner (1901-1978) fled his home country at the advent of the Second World War. After a few years as a graphic designer in Paris, in 1941 he moved to New York where he …
Preserving The Past and Looking Towards the Future: A Celebration of Hannibal Square
Thu Oct 28 @ 10:00am
Oct
28
Thu
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…
Multiple Voices/Multiple Stories
Thu Oct 28 @ 10:00am
Oct
28
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 Oct 28 @ 10:00am
Oct
28
Thu
-
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 …
Uptown/Downtown: Richard Lindner’s Fun City
Thu Oct 28 @ 10:00am
Oct
28
Thu
-
Tickets
German-American artist Richard Lindner (1901-1978) fled his home country at the advent of the Second World War. After a few years as a graphic designer in Paris, in 1941 he moved to New York where he …
Albin Polasek: Destiny Fulfilled
Thu Oct 28 @ 10:00am
Oct
28
Thu
Albin Polasek in studio 1916_6ogp.jpg
Non-City
In celebration of the museum’s 60th anniversary in 2021, this exhibition will delve into the work and legacy of internationally renowned Czech American sculptor Albin Polasek (1879-1965). Rarely seen …
Preserving The Past and Looking Towards the Future: A Celebration of Hannibal Square
Tue Oct 26 @ 10:00am
Oct
26
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…
Path to Paradise: The Artistic Legacy of Dante’s Divine Comedy
Thu Oct 28 @ 12:00pm
Oct
28
Thu
-
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 …
Multiple Voices/Multiple Stories
Thu Oct 28 @ 12:00pm
Oct
28
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 …
Uptown/Downtown: Richard Lindner’s Fun City
Thu Oct 28 @ 12:00pm
Oct
28
Thu
-
Tickets
Non-City
German-American artist Richard Lindner (1901-1978) fled his home country at the advent of the Second World War. After a few years as a graphic designer in Paris, in 1941 he moved to New York where he …