▬ Underground Music, Art, & Activism ▬
$12 Presale Tickets: http://bit.ly/2jnXvH9
Orlando is bursting with potential. Everyone says it. Everyone knows it. So how do we tell the story of an overlooked city experiencing a cultural renaissance? Our answer is to bring together Orlando's most forward-thinking groups for one thunderous celebration of local culture. To learn together. To smile together. To dance together.
Contact is about bringing together Orlando's underground music, art, and activism scenes for a day of empowerment and entertainment. We're transforming The Milk District Pavilion into a music festival oasis with three stages, a day market, art installations, and daytime workshops.
Partial proceeds go to Zebra Coalition
Millionyoung, Eugene Snowden, Gary Lazer Eyes, Saskatchewan, Wet Nurse, Atnarko, Case Work, Thrift House, GRANT, Transcendental Telecom, Phil Santos, Left Field Theory, Char Good & Friendz, Danny Towers, B8TA, FernGotBeats, RV, Jonathan Santino, Your Cousin Alex
IDEAS For Us, Equality Florida, Planned Parenthood, Shows I Go To, Tittie-Thyme, Orlando Permaculture, Democratic Socialists of America, NORML, Jobs With Justice, Progressive Action at UCF, Broken Machine Films, Space Coast Animal Rights, Orlando Workers League, Central Florida Jobs With Justice, Orlando Workers League
Food & Vendors:
La Empanada Food Truck, Vegan Hot Dog Cart, Urban Apothecary, Flowtogenic, Vintage Finds, Legacy Vintage, Healing Artist Massage, Bet's Bars, Burrow Press, Day Glo Diva, Kara Tattoos
Halsi, John Alamo, Jeff Pletinck
Bandbasher: Growing Your Music Brand on a DIY Budget
How to Organize a Grassroots Political Campaign w/ Eola Law
Practicing Non Violent Communication
Are You Really Listening? Mindful Listening Workshop
Defying Demagogues: Security Strategies for the Struggles Ahead
Learn to Build a "Give Pack" to Combat Orlando's Homeless Epidemic
Tantric Meditation Workshop
$12 presale / $15 door
5601 Edgewater Dr, Orlando, FL 32810
Tons of parking nearby.
▬ Underground Music, Art, & Activism ▬
Say It Loud - A Truth Teller Experience is a dynamic literary exposé featuring Author and Orator - Aquanza Cadogan.
Say It Loud is the modern day revival of the artistic and literary explosion which defined the 1920's otherwise known as the 'Harlem Renaissance'. True to its name the 'Harlem Renaissance' was an awakening and with the perfect blend of intellectuals, literary artists, fine artists and musicians this period gave rise to a new culture which shaped the identity of the African American during the 1920's and 30's.
Say It Loud breaths new life and energy into a platform that gave birth to some of the literary greats like Zora Neale Hurston, Langston Hughes, James Weldon-Johnson, and Alaine Locke. Who knows what greats will be born of this movement, patrons will be treated to special guest performances by neo soul and jazz musicians, cultural dance troupes and more of Central Florida's favorite performers.
The Henao Center offers both the upscale and exclusive atmosphere that characterized places like the world famous Cotton Club and others. The main gallery is adorned with fine art from well known local and international artists while the more secluded 2nd gallery is primed for speakers and bands alike.
Ugly Orange Presents!
First time @ the lovely Henao Contemporary Center >>
FayRoy AlBuM ReLeAsE PaRtY Tampa, FL
Transcendental Telecom (ORL)
9 PM / 21+ / $5
Henao Contemporary Center and Inkusual Studios are pleased to present "Enchant", the solo debut of oil painter, Samantha Shumaker.
Opening Reception: Saturday March 11th, 2017, 7 pm–11pm
Exhibition Dates: March 11th- April 1th 2017
$5 at the door
Feat. DJ set by George Lozano
Complimentary light bites
Live interactive models
Follow by a literary showcase themed around (Enchant)
Brought to you by Joe Snyder
A photographer is someone who makes photographs. An artist is a person engaged in one or more of any of a broad spectrum of activities related to creating art, practicing the arts or demonstrating an art. Where is the line blurred? What is it that makes one person's photography so followed, so loved, what makes it so engaging? Xavier Batista is person who has a growing swell of underground love and respect from the photography and arts community in Central FL. Join us January 20th at the HENAO Contemporary Center and see why.
Drawing, painting, sculpting, writing all welcome. Easels, drawing horses, tables and chairs available. Coffee, wine, beer, soda, and snacks available on donation.
The ART420 Cannabis Inspired Art Show is the world’s premier fine art exhibition focused solely on the exciting new genre of Cannabis Inspired Art. Our mission is to challenge the stereotypes of cannabis users as lazy and unproductive and explore the positive impacts this plant has on society and the human experience. For more information visit artfourtwenty.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org
DESCRIPTION: Orlando, Fl – The Henao Contemporary Center is thrilled to announce the company will be exhibiting, for the first time, a collection of hyper realistic oil paintings in Orlando. The exhibit will enable collectors from Orlando to view and purchase art normally reserved for galleries in larger markets like New York, Washington, LA, Philadelphia, Miami, Edinburgh, London, Barcelona, all of which are cities in which the artists have exhibited before. Painting by David Eichenberg and Matthew Cornell, as well as a private collection of drawings by Steven Assael will all be available for purchase.
Over the years, Herbert Freeman has aquired a liking from the community from his distinctive art pieces usually sold on the street. This will be his first solo art show which will display all new works in the price ranges of $40-$150.
Entry is $5.00 Coffee, Wine, Craft Beer, Water, and food (vegan options available) will be available to all guests. You are highly encouraged to bring friends, family, and fellow art appreciators. This will take place at Henao Contemporary Center from 8pm-12am.
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This group pertains to information regarding artLENS Orlando, a local educational and networking event created to allow Orlando area artists to meet, connect, and learn business skills in a supportive atmosphere.. Locations will vary. Bringing a friend or significant other is always welcome.
This event is organized and hosted by Rebecca Williams. You can contact her for more information through the following: EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org