Camilo

Memories Matched: The Art of Camilo Velásquez

Through May 29, 2017 Second Floor Gallery Camilo Velásquez is a longtime Central Florida visual artist and educator. In this exhibition, he recreates short stories and family histories by juxtaposing imagery and words to produce meaningful visual creations. Both poetic and captivating, his art touches varied aspects of life, death,

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Grate Works

Plastics Under Cover: Bobbi Mastrangelo’s “Grate Works of Art”

Through April 23, 2017 Alcove Gallery, Second Floor A selection of works by award-winning Central Florida artist Bobbi Mastrangelo complements our upcoming exhibit, Plastics Unwrapped. Mastrangelo uses plastics in creating her trademark “Grate Works” – sculptural reliefs inspired by real manhole covers and sewer grates, some decades old. To keep

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PLASTICS TYPOGRAPHY

Plastics Unwrapped

On Exhibit February 4 – April 23, 2017 Before the 1950s, people rarely used plastics. How did plastics go from being rare to being everywhere – from food containers to raincoats to essential surgical tubing? Plastics Unwrapped explores what life was like before plastics, the science behind them, what happens

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GLBT

Pride, Prejudice & Protest: GLBT History in Greater Orlando

Exhibit run extended to Feb. 12 due to popular demand! The history of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community has been defined by periods of pride, prejudice, and protest. This exhibit created in partnership with the GLBT History Museum of Central Florida traces the progress and setbacks of the

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