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The Art of Dora Masini At Ana G Mendez University

Yesterday we had our event at Ana G Mendez, moving forward with our partneship plans with the renoun institution.

For us at the Brazil America Business Council is imperative to show Art & Culture, a little of our food and warm welcome, and there is no better place to put that in motion.

The students of all different backgrounds, and different areas of studies, transform our events in a large canvas, where beautiful opportunities will be created for all. Students and professionals involved.

Yesterday, the Art of Dora Masini created a bridge for the students to observe and interact with the artist and to visit the event. We had approximately ninety students in different groups that had Pao Gostoso Bakery Food, Boi Brazil Steakhouse food and Brazilian Expresso Coffee. It was an amazing sinergy with them that were happy to one more time participate.

We move on to the next event and look forward to another success always hoping for more ways to enrich someone’s ligebwith our experience.

The Brazil America Business Council is proud of this partnership and is very happy to contribute to something so great. We also had the presence if  Dr.Gilmar Masini, khalid Muneer-Jupiter Properties, Susan O’Hearn – Primerica,  Levi Strauss- TravelClick, Thiago Mariani- Legacy Plus Realty, Marcus Sartori-BEND, Carolina Panico BBVA Bank, Robin Baker Miller-Realtor, Edible Arrangements Business Developer,  and all the Faculty of Ana G Mendez University.

Out thanks to all sponsors and to Artist Dora Masini for her support. It was a great night.

“In the Eyes of the Hungry”: Florida’s Changing Landscape opens March 13 at Orlando City Hall

“In the Eyes of the Hungry”: Florida’s Changing Landscape opens March 13 at Orlando City Hall

City of Orlando Public Art is pleased to announce our next upcoming exhibition at Orlando City Hall’s Terrace Gallery, “In the Eyes of the Hungry”: Florida’s Changing Landscape. “In the Eyes of the Hungry”: Florida’s Changing Landscape

March 13 – April 23 Terrace Gallery at Orlando City Hall

The University of Central Florida, in conjunction with Seminole County Public Library, is a recipient of a grant of $16,000 to host the NEA Big Read in Orlando and Seminole County. A program of the National Endowment for the Arts, the NEA Big Read broadens our understanding of our world, our communities, and ourselves through the joy of sharing a good book. The NEA Big Read in Orlando and Seminole County will focus on John Steinbeck’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, The Grapes of Wrath (1939).

Sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts Big Read and inspired by The Grapes of Wrath, In the Eyes of the Hungry: Florida’s Changing Landscape examines Florida’s demographic, geographic, and ecological shifts over the last century. Working in photography, painting, printmaking, quilting, and embroidery,

CITYOFORLANDO.NET/ARTS TERRACE GALLERY

● THE MAYOR’S GALLERY

● GARDEN HOUSE GALLERY AT HARRY P. LEU GARDENS

The selected artists provide immediate yet transcendental responses to Florida’s changing landscape and explore ideas ranging from agriculture and industrialization to migration and tourism to ecology and conservation.

From documentary photographs made for the Farm Security Administration to paintings created at Florida’s artists’ colonies to contemporary work challenging industrialization and immigration, In the Eyes of the Hungry:

Florida’s Changing Landscape explores the diversity of the state and its changing physical, social, and economic landscapes. Whether responses to the Great Depression, agricultural and urban development, ecological degradation, or migrant labor, the collected works offer dynamic and haunting responses to Florida’s unique and changing environment.

—Keri Watson, Ph.D. Curator and Assistant Professor of Art History at the University of Central Florida