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Gallery Hop! - Downtown Arts District

JUNE 15, 2023  |  3rd Thursday Gallery Hop! On the third Thursday of every month, thousands of visitors converge Downtown to celebrate art, music and business. Along the way, people partake in an evening of sights, sounds, food, shopping and cosmopolitan living. The Gallery Hop, hosted by the Downtown Arts District features numerous galleries and non‑traditional art venues that spotlight the best of established and emerging Orlando-based artists in tandem with nationally and internationally acclaimed artists.


Picturing Mills 50 - Mills 50

JUNE 18, 2023  |  We are seeking artists & photographers to submit for our "Picturing Mills 50" show to be exhibited at Quantum Leap Winery from Tuesday, July 18 through Saturday, August 26, 2023.

Please upload no more than 3 sketches or photographs of your submission.

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(Un)Common Faith - A&H Maitland

JUNE 23, 2023  |  (Un)Common Faith will feature the religious and spiritual works of A&H’s founder, J. André Smith, paired with the works of Missionary Mary L. Proctor. Using found objects from her junkyard, Missionary Mary crafts three-dimensional works and paintings assembled from buttons, mirrors, jewelry, doors, and other trinkets.  |  Hear from and meet the featured artist Mary Proctor and curator Dan L. Hess, and enjoy the A&H’s beautifully lit campus at night as you explore the new exhibition! The party will also feature live music by Big Ron Betts, food by Brock’s BBQ, and a bar.



JUNE 29, 2023  |  Snap! Orlando, in collaboration with Public Art, City of Orlando, presents CONSTRUCT::CONNECT a new exhibition by Shannon Lindsey at the Orlando City Hall Terrace Gallery. How do we determine objects as useful, useless, ordered, or disordered? These terms are elusive and subject to change through our perception and point of comparison. They can never be entirely true nor entirely false; they exist somewhere between. Through mixed-media installation, sculpture, and drawing, my work embodies notions of order and disorder with man-made construction materials to challenge their conventional context, setting, and utility.

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