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A Call to High School Students Interested in Creative Writing

Prosperity Publications LLC, a San Antonio-based company, in collaboration with the Zora Neale Hurston Festival of the Arts and Humanities (ZORA! Festival), will conduct Creative Writing Workshop for High School Students sessions on “Education Day,” Friday, January 31 (2014) at the 25th Annual ZORA! Festival.

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The Janie & Tea Cake- Gold Package

Festival Souvenir Package Only: Includes: 1 copy of Zora Neale Hurston’s Eatonville folklore collection Mules and Men, 1 copy of the 2014 edition of ZORA! Magazine; and 1 copy of the Official Poster, for ZORA! Festival 2014. Please Note: The ZORA! Festival 2014 Souvenir Package can be mailed. Postage and/or shipping costs plus the 6.5%…

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Tru Rhyme

Tru Rhyme will be performing on ZORA! Festivals local talent performance stage both Friday and Saturday. This year, ZORA! Festival introduces local talent.

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Charles Bibbs

Charles Bibbs is a well-loved artist by legions of collectors who appreciate his celebration of Black culture via the medium of painting. Over the years, he has developed a body of work whose aesthetic reflects a world view respectful of and celebrating Black life. ZORA Festival 2013 is proud to present Charles Bibbs as our…

Haitian Art Stroll

Spend an enjoyable Sunday afternoon at “Zora’s Place” viewing the work of Haitian artists who were featured at ZORA! Festival 2011.  Work will be available for sale.  80% — To the artist;  20% — To  Zora Neale Hurston National Museum of Fine Arts (The Hurston)   ABOUT PATRICK CAUVIN I’m Patrick Cauvin from Haiti, and…

Eatonville Roots Program

Wednesday, January 30, 10:00AM – 2:00PM   Eatonville Roots: A ‘Soil Bank’ with 300+ years of Deposits”   Tour/Workshop/Demonstrations   Materials plus Lunch, $25.00. Limited seating.   Pre-registration required no later than January 23.   Session convenes at St. Lawrence African Methodist Episcopal Church   549 East Kennedy Boulevard, Eatonville