Friday, Feb. 1 through Sunday, Feb. 3 (9 A.M. to 5 P.M. Friday, 9 A.M. to 2:30 P.M. Saturday, and 11:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Sunday). Free for children 17 and younger. Adults will gain entry with a cash donation to the Festival.
Friday, February 1- 1:00 – 2:30 P.M. Artists Activists as Agents of Community Preservation. Rick Lowe, Independent Artist, Houston
A well-loved artist by legions of collectors who appreciate his celebration of Black culture via the medium of painting, Charles Bibbs has developed an extensive body of work which reflects a world view respectful of and celebrating Black life. Mr. Bibbs will be our “Guest Artist-in-Residence” at the Fine Art Lane at the Outdoor Festival of the [...]
Presented by UCF College of Medicine Learning Objectives: 1.Excite students about medical science and demonstrate how that knowledge relates to the way the human body functions. 2.Be able to discuss human body systems and present findings in a group setting. 3.Enhance knowledge about medicine as a career choice. Sunshine State Standards: SC.6.L.14.5, WL.K12.1H.3.4: HE.6.B.3.1: HE.6.C.1.6
Guidance by professional writers to Students interested in the craft.
Demonstrations: Marvin Woods, popular celebrity chef, TV host, and author will prepare dishes showcasing healthy, delicious and affordable fare. Funding provided by the Winter Park Health Foundation.
Puppet performance for the entire family
Concept: Think of the Outdoor Festival of the Arts as an “outdoor classroom,” an opportunity for your students to have a broad range of experiences which will enhance their intelligence.
Class size varies by program. Please see registration form for details. AM 9:00 Africa Diaspora Pavilion (click here for continuous programming schedule) 9:30 Creative Writing Workshop for High School Students 1st session( app. 45 min.) 10:00-12 Noon International Forum on “Zora’s Eatonville” 10:00 “Fabulous Foods” Demonstration 1st session( app. 45 min.) 10:30 [...]
Purpose: To provide visitors with the opportunity to observe and interact with persons who are “tradition-bearers,” (i.e. those who are preserving community heritage)