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1700 McCoy Road, Orlando, FL, US, 32809

  • Phone: (407) 855-4447
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Florida Film Festival
OrlandoApril 18, 2015
Orlando
Orlando, FL 32803
Every spring, Orlando becomes yet another stop on the international film festival circuit. Filmmakers from around the globe bring their latest masterpieces to town to generate buzz and celebrate cinema. Wine tastings, meet-and-greets, parties and brunches round out the list of festivities. Screenings take place at various area theaters. See website for complete screening schedule and more.
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Underhill
Will's PubApril 18, 2015 8:00 PM
1042 North Mills Avenue
Orlando, FL 32803
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1st. Annual Kids Gala & Juried Art Exhibit Fundraising
Dr. Phillips Performing Arts CenterApril 18, 2015 6:00 PM
1111 North Orange Avenue
Orlando, FL 32804
The City of Orlando and Feed and Fortify Community Organization invite you to the 1st Annual Kids Gala and Juried Art Exhibit. This event is a one-of-a-kind fundraising initiative that will bring families together to help the homeless in our community while showcasing the artistic expressions of children within two age groups; Children (ages 6 12) and Teenagers (ages 13 18). We will invite all children and students, to attend a special Kick-Off Art Workshop on Saturday March 14, 2015 by a group of local artists who will share valuable information about different art techniques that will inspire kids and motivate them to participate. During the Kick-Off Art Workshop children will also receive a bundle of art supplies to get them started. The overarching theme for art entries will be The Spirit of Service. Participating children will be able to submit their artwork in one of three forms of visual arts: * Drawing in pencil * Painting in oil, acrylic or watercolor * Mixed media that will hang within a frame All artwork entries must be a maximum of 16 X 20, including the frame. A panel of judges will evaluate all the art entries submitted by the cut-off date of Tuesday March 31st. A selection of the best 20 entries (10 in each age group) will be displayed at the Kids Gala on Saturday April 18th, where First, Second and Third placement in each age group will be prized. We will also award a Best in Exhibit Award for a total of 7 final highlighted art pieces that will be awarded at the Kids Gala. The selection criteria for the panel of judges are: 1. Interpretation and the clarity of the theme to the viewer on a rate from 1 5. 2. Creativity and originality of the depicted theme on a rate from 1 5. 3. Quality of artistic composition and overall design based on the theme on a rate from 1 5. 4. Overall impression of the art (neatness) on a rate from 1 5 All artwork showcased will receive a participation ribbon/certificate. All artwork showcased will be auctioned as a fundraiser for Feed & Fortify. In exchange for relinquishing their art, all participants will receive a small gift. Sponsor Opportunites Available, for more info: events@ffcoinc.org
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Habitat Greater Orlando Theater Series
Dr. Phillips Performing Arts CenterApril 18, 2015 7:00 PM
1111 North Orange Avenue
Orlando, FL 32804
Help us raise funds while enjoying a night at the theater! Habitat Greater Orlando will be offering discounted tickets to a series of shows at the dazzling new Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. Tickets will be available for The Nutcracker, Newsies, Motown the Musical, Pippin and Beauty and the Beast. Select performances include an opportunity to meet the cast following the show! A portion of the purchase price of each ticket sold will support Habitat Greater Orlando's Women Build 2015. For additional questions about the series, please contact Sherri Law at (407)440-6983 or slaw@habitat-orlando.org.  *Post Show Cast Chat Back is a Habitat Greater Orlando exclusive. This is the opportunity to meet with the performance cast after the show for a quick Q&A, photos and autographs! ** ALL TICKETS SOLD WILL BE BEST AVAILABLE SEAT IN SECTION D (BLUE) AND SECTION E (GREEN). Please refer to the seating chart below. The Nutcracker | DECEMBER 19-21, 2014 Complete your holiday season with The Nutcracker, the magical tale of Clara and her beloved toy. Join Orlando Ballet and The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra as they transport audiences for an evening of mice, sugar plums and ginger.  Motown the Musical | MARCH 10 15, 2015 Written by label founder Berry Gordy, Motown: The Musical charts the meteoric career of Gordy from his days as a wannabe boxer in Detroit to his position as the head of the Motown record label. As Gordy discovers new talents like Smokey Robinson, Marvin Gaye, Michael Jackson and The Supremes, he also finds himself entangled in a drama-fueled romance with Diana Ross. The show stretches across decades as it tells the true story of Gordy - and Motowns - rise to fame. Featuring an ensemble cast of more than 40 actors, Motown: The Musical is an explosive new musical featuring almost 60 of the most beloved hits in the Motown music catalogue. Many of the songs are sung in medleys by the shows talented cast, channeling legends like Stevie Wonder, Gladys Knight, Diana Ross, Mary Wells and the Jackson 5 in a dazzling non-stop display of music and dancing that will please fans both young and old.  Pippin | APRIL 21 26, 2015 Diane Paulus new, circus-inspired production of Pippin features an acrobatic troupe of performers, led by the charismatic Leading Player. The ensemble cast tells the story of Pippin, a young prince who longs to find passion and adventure in his life. To prove his loyalty to his distracted father, King Charles, Pippin goes to war. But when the Leading Player convinces the prince to fight tyranny, Pippin kills Charles and takes over the throne. Realizing his mistake, Pippin begs the Leading Player to bring his father back to life, and she obliges. The prince falls in love with Catherine, a widow with a young son, and (much to the Leading Players chagrin), Pippin struggles to decide whether he should settle down and pursue a peaceful life or continue to make magic with the dazzling troupe of performers. From the moment the Leading Player beckons the audience into the big top, the first-ever Broadway revival of Pippin is a sensational spectacle. As the story unfolds, acrobats fly through the air, contort themselves into impressive positions and perform classic circus tricks. Even the leading actors get in on the action, throwing swords, riding unicycles, hula hooping, and even flying on the trapeze. Pippin is a two-and-a-half-hour, high-energy extravaganza that makes for a positively electrifying night at the theater. Beauty & the Beast | MAY 12 17, 2015   Featuring the animated films Academy Award®-winning score with music by Alan Menken and lyrics by the late Howard Ashman, plus additional songs with music by Alan Menken and lyrics by Tim Rice, Disneys Beauty and the Beast is the classic story of Belle, a young woman in a provincial town, and the Beast, who is really a young prince trapped in a spell placed by an enchantress. If the Beast can learn to love and be loved, the curse will end and he will be transformed to his former self. But time is running out. If the Beast does not learn his lesson soon, he and his household will be doomed for all eternity. Disneys Beauty and the Beast has become an international sensation that has played to over 35 million people worldwide in 13 countries.
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Indoor Portrait Photography
Harry P. Leu GardensApril 18, 2015 9:00 AM
1920 North Forest Avenue
Orlando, FL 32803
Instructor: George Wilson Pre-registration required Light is the most critical element in photography and understanding how light works makes us better photographers. In this class we will explore simple lighting techniques using constant lights to see its behavior on a live subject. We will explore the differences in focal lengths of your lenses, reflectors and using them to fill in shadows. We will learn how to: find the right lighting for great exposures, find pleasing and complimentary backgrounds and avoid harsh shadows. This will be a shooting class with a live model. This class will not deal with flash, but is designed to teach you how light works enabling you to use flash more effectively. A TFCD model release will be provided enabling you to post these images online. We will need a minimum of 4 registrations. George Wilson was born and raised in Massachusetts and now makes Central Florida his home. A self-taught photographer, his professional career soon brought editorial work with organizations such as The Springfield Union News and The Associated Press. He is now in the process of creating a body of work dedicated to the wilderness areas of Central Florida needing protection, and also teaches classes at Walt Disney World and for the City of Orlando. Participants must withdraw from classes at least five days prior to the start of class in order to receive a full refund or credit. If we must cancel a class, we will make every effort to inform you prior to the class time, and you will receive a full refund or credit.Only those registered for the class will be permitted in the classroom. Childcare services are not provided.
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Celebrating Earth Day & Arbor Day (For Children)
Harry P. Leu GardensApril 18, 2015 10:30 AM
1920 North Forest Avenue
Orlando, FL 32803
Celebrating Earth Day & Arbor Day (For Children) Saturday, April 18 10:30 am-Noon   Palm Room Instructor: Linda Schmidt & Garden Guides Pre-registration required   Arbor Day, April 24, was started in 1872 to stress the importance of trees as shade, windbreaks, fuel and building materials. Earth Day, April 22, was started almost 100 years later, in 1970, as a way to get adults and children interested in activities that everyone can use to take better care of our earth. What better place to celebrate the Earth than at Leu Gardens?  Come join us as we take a walk through the gardens and have stories and art projects all concerning ways we can protect our trees and help keep our earth green. (Kindergarten-5th grade) Linda Schmidt graduated with a Bachelor's in Art and Education from Illinois State University.  She has been a classroom teacher, a hospital/homebound teacher, and for the last 18 years has worked in the Education Department at Leu Gardens-the past 7 years as director. Participants must withdraw from classes at least five days prior to the start of class in order to receive a full refund or credit. If we must cancel a class, we will make every effort to inform you prior to the class time, and you will receive a full refund or credit. Only those registered for the class will be permitted in the classroom. Childcare services are not provided.
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