The Mennello Museum of American Art is pleased to announce our 2016 Fall Exhibitions featuring three extraordinary women sculptors: Alice Aycock, Deborah Butterfield and Barbara Sorensen.
Shannon Fitzgerald, Executive Director, states: “We are delighted to present three outstanding American sculptors whose work powerfully explores materials and process in three different compelling ways to contemplate nature and the environment ranging from wind, earth, mountains, water and horses. Nationally renowned artists Alice Aycock and Deborah Butterfield push boundaries in scale, human perception and grace in aluminum, bronze, fiberglass and found scrap metal that awe. In addition, Orlando and Aspen based artist Barbara Sorensen creates works in clay and aluminum that beautifully explore both the fragility and forces of our earthen elements.” She continues: “This season is a celebration of women sculptors who have, for decades, significantly contributed to the still largely male-dominate field of sculpture in monumental ways. Continue reading →
The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra presented Leonard Bernstein’s Candide, the first operetta in the Opera Series mid October. Bernstein’s zany operetta took Candide on a comic adventure around the world, in a delightful piece. Continue reading →
Hemisphere Combines the Adventure of Flight with International Flavors
Neo-contemporary world cuisine lands in the Orlando culinary scene when the newly re-imagined Hemisphere restaurant set to open this fall on the ninth floor of Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport. Continue reading →
ORLANDO, FL. – August travel numbers are in and Orlando International Airport (MCO) registered a 7.4 percent increase in passenger traffic led by a nearly 10 and a half percent rise in international passenger volume.
“As Orlando International Airport continues to attract new airline service and routes, we have been able to maintain double-digit international passenger growth on a consistent basis,” says Frank Kruppenbacher, Chairman of the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority. “This in turn grows this destination and helps to further stimulate the local economy.” Continue reading →
Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer joined District 3 City Commissioner Robert F. Stuart, in proclaiming October 24, 2016 “Light Up Rotary to End Polio Now Day,” in recognition of Rotary International’s commitment to ending the polio disease worldwide. Today’s date is significant as it is the birthday of Jonas Salk, the developer of the polio vaccine.
Robert F. Stuart, in proclaiming October 24, 2016 “Light Up Rotary to End Polio Now Day,” in recognition of Rotary International’s commitment to ending the polio disease worldwide. Today’s date is significant as it is the birthday of Jonas Salk, the developer of the polio vaccine.
The fair will take place from November 30 – December 4 during Miami Art Week
PINTA Miami is gearing up for its 10th anniversary celebration, which will take place from November 30 to December 4, 2016 at MANA Wynwood, located in the heart of the Miami Arts District. This edition will be the pinnacle of ten years that have left a mark on the world of modern and contemporary art from Latin America. In order to further our mission, PINTA Miami’s curatorial committee has expanded its project to include galleries from around the globe while maintaining a conceptual dialogue across all cultures, connecting Latin America to the rest of the world. Continue reading →
-Orlando Magic Dedicate Opening Night October 26 to Pulse Victims-
Orlando, Fla. (Oct. 24, 2016) – The Orlando Magic will tip off the 2016-17 season in the Amway Center when they face the Miami Heat on Wednesday, October 26 at 7 p.m. as part of the Orlando Magic’s Pure Magic Tip-Off Presented by Chase. Orlando’s season opener will be dedicated to those who lost their lives and those whose lives have been forever changed with several tributes to honor the 49 victims who were tragically taken on June 12 at the Pulse nightclub. Continue reading →