The Orange County Library System allows artists and community groups to display their artwork and information in our locations. This cooperative effort enables the Library to share the enjoyment of art with the public, provides exposure to local artists, artisans, and community groups, and enhances Library facilities. Come see what's on display today!
Each month the library branches host art and culture programs. The programs are diverse in nature, and may be demonstrations, author visits, hands-on-learning, or meeting artists from the area. Be sure to attend one or all of these culturally rich events!
This database will provide biographical information on many artists. Materials included are reference sources, magazine and newspaper articles, academic journals, audio or visual media, and recommended websites.
Ferguson's Career Guidance Center offers comprehensive information on jobs, industries, and workplace skills to help determine the perfect career in arts-related fields. Browse the Arts, A/V Technology, and Communications section to learn about a variety of occupations in the visual arts.
The Public Art department oversees three galleries where rotating exhibits can be viewed; two of these galleries are located downtown in City Hall. Located at 400 South Orange Avenue, Orlando, FL 32801, call 407.246.4279 for more information.
Enjoy a Florida spring weekend at this annual art festival. One of the nation's oldest juried outdoor art festivals, the Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival features 228 artists in an amazing variety of categories including clay, fiber, glass leather, mixed media, painting, photography, wood, and many more.
Founded in 2008, Hello Craft supports crafters and strives to educate the public on the benefits of handmade products. Visit their site to join the discussion, find event information, and get inspiration.