Culture Pop! Art 31: Sanctuary
March 6, 2015 from 6:30 – 9 pm
Free for A&H Members; $5 for Not-Yet-Members
31-Days of Experimentation and Collaboration Start Here
Not your ordinary exhibition opening. The backdrop for experimentation and collaboration during Art 31 is set by nationally known, award-winning photographer Clyde Butcher’s series Nature’s Places of Spiritual Sanctuary. Other Culture Pop! highlights include.
Clyde Butcher: Nature’s Places of Spiritual Sanctuary
Referred to as the Ansel Adams of the Everglades, the majestic beauty, boldness and depth of Clyde Butcher’s photographs have earned him recognition as the foremost landscape photographic artist in America today. Clyde Butcher: Nature’s Places of Spiritual Sanctuary is sponsored by Davis & Grim. For more on the Clyde Butcher exhibit, click here.
As part of Art 31: Sanctuary, March’s Culture Pop! features additional art installations spread throughout the A&H campus, as well as opportunities for guest to interact with the artists and the art.
Emmy-award-winning multimedia artist, Jill Taffet, showcases a light installation along the walls of the A&H’s Maitland Art Center
Installation artist Michael Covello showcases new work that incorporates a sound installation by Unified Sounds
Nathalie Chikhi unveils an installation that will travel to various Central Florida art events throughout March 2015
FACTUR, Orlando’s first maker space, builds a small wiki house where guests can share their views of sanctuary on its interior walls
Artist Danielle DeGuglimo installs abstract structures on our majestic oak tree that appear to emerge from nature
Enzian Theater will screen short films reflecting Sanctuary
Music by The Pauses and literary readings from Performing Arts of Maitland
Visual artist Chris Ware leads guests in an interactive printmaking collaboration
Food, Drink and More: Enjoy complimentary appetizers from 4Rivers Smokehouse, fine wines and craft beer.
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