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Casa Feliz

656 N. Park Ave. n 407-628-8200 7 casafeliz.us “Happy House” in Spanish, this is the oldest historic house museum in the city. It serves the community as a venue for events and promoting architectural preservation as a means of sustainability.

How many did you get to be inspired by?

Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens

1 633 Osceola Ave. n 407-647-6294 polasek.org Guided tours of the world-renowned Czech-American sculptor’s home and studio, his exquisite works of art, and serene gardens.

Art in Chambers

The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art

2 401 S. Park Ave. n 407-599-3498 cityofwinterpark.org/arts-culture

445 N. Park Ave. n 407-645-5311 8 morsemuseum.org

Art on the Green

3 401 S. Park Ave. n 407-599-3498 cityofwinterpark.org/aog

Cornell Fine Arts Museum

1000 Holt Ave. n 407-646-2526 9 rollins.edu/cfam

Crealdé School of Art

600 St. Andrews Blvd. n 407-671-1886 10 crealde.org Programs and exhibitions for all ages in painting, drawing, printmaking, digital & film photography, ceramics, sculpture, fiber arts, jewelry, and glass.

Also a project of the Winter Park Public Art Advisory Board featuring Zéphirin: Haitian Mystic. a series of large-scale sculpture exhibitions displayed throughout the city’s parks and public spaces.

Arts at Rollins

be inspired

GladdeningLight

various locations n 407-647-3963 11 gladdeninglight.org A nonprofit, spiritual initiative exploring transcendent elements of art through hosted conferences, exhibits & public performance, cloistered retreats, and pilgrimage.

in chambers

A project of the Winter Park Public Art Advisory Board showcasing works by local artists to enliven City Hall public rooms.

Home to the world’s most comprehensive collection of works by Louis Comfort Tiffany.

Home to an extensive collection of European and American art, plus timely and engaging temporary exhibitions year-round on campus. A few blocks away, The Alfond Inn at Rollins showcases the museum’s Alfond Collection of Contemporary Art, comprised of works in various media by international artists.

art

4 1000 Holt Ave. n rollins.edu/arts-culture Annie Russell Theatre n 407-646-2145 animalist.” Music at Rollins n 407-646-1517 Winter with the Writers n 407-646-2666 Programs that offer theater, dance, music and literary experiences. culture.

Bach Festival Society of Winter Park

5 1000 Holt Ave. n 407-646-2182 bachfestivalflorida.org

Home to the south’s Great Oratorio Choir, the Society presents choral, symphonic, and chamber music concerts, and education programs.

Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts

6 1905 Kentucky Ave. n 407-636-9951 bluebambooartcenter.com

#wpinspires cityofwinterpark.org/ arts-culture

A unique venue featuring live music, theatrical performances, state-of-the-art recording studio, an art gallery, and private rentals.

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Casa Feliz

656 N. Park Ave. n 407-628-8200 7 casafeliz.us “Happy House” in Spanish, this is the oldest historic house museum in the city. It serves the community as a venue for events and promoting architectural preservation as a means of sustainability.

How many did you get to be inspired by?

Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens

1 633 Osceola Ave. n 407-647-6294 polasek.org Guided tours of the world-renowned Czech-American sculptor’s home and studio, his exquisite works of art, and serene gardens.

Art in Chambers

The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art

2 401 S. Park Ave. n 407-599-3498 cityofwinterpark.org/arts-culture

445 N. Park Ave. n 407-645-5311 8 morsemuseum.org

Art on the Green

3 401 S. Park Ave. n 407-599-3498 cityofwinterpark.org/aog

Cornell Fine Arts Museum

1000 Holt Ave. n 407-646-2526 9 rollins.edu/cfam

Crealdé School of Art

600 St. Andrews Blvd. n 407-671-1886 10 crealde.org Programs and exhibitions for all ages in painting, drawing, printmaking, digital & film photography, ceramics, sculpture, fiber arts, jewelry, and glass.

Also a project of the Winter Park Public Art Advisory Board featuring Zéphirin: Haitian Mystic. a series of large-scale sculpture exhibitions displayed throughout the city’s parks and public spaces.

Arts at Rollins

be inspired

GladdeningLight

various locations n 407-647-3963 11 gladdeninglight.org A nonprofit, spiritual initiative exploring transcendent elements of art through hosted conferences, exhibits & public performance, cloistered retreats, and pilgrimage.

in chambers

A project of the Winter Park Public Art Advisory Board showcasing works by local artists to enliven City Hall public rooms.

Home to the world’s most comprehensive collection of works by Louis Comfort Tiffany.

Home to an extensive collection of European and American art, plus timely and engaging temporary exhibitions year-round on campus. A few blocks away, The Alfond Inn at Rollins showcases the museum’s Alfond Collection of Contemporary Art, comprised of works in various media by international artists.

art

4 1000 Holt Ave. n rollins.edu/arts-culture Annie Russell Theatre n 407-646-2145 animalist.” Music at Rollins n 407-646-1517 Winter with the Writers n 407-646-2666 Programs that offer theater, dance, music and literary experiences. culture.

Bach Festival Society of Winter Park

5 1000 Holt Ave. n 407-646-2182 bachfestivalflorida.org

Home to the south’s Great Oratorio Choir, the Society presents choral, symphonic, and chamber music concerts, and education programs.

Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts

6 1905 Kentucky Ave. n 407-636-9951 bluebambooartcenter.com

#wpinspires cityofwinterpark.org/ arts-culture

A unique venue featuring live music, theatrical performances, state-of-the-art recording studio, an art gallery, and private rentals.

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Casa Feliz

656 N. Park Ave. n 407-628-8200 7 casafeliz.us “Happy House” in Spanish, this is the oldest historic house museum in the city. It serves the community as a venue for events and promoting architectural preservation as a means of sustainability.

How many did you get to be inspired by?

Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens

1 633 Osceola Ave. n 407-647-6294 polasek.org Guided tours of the world-renowned Czech-American sculptor’s home and studio, his exquisite works of art, and serene gardens.

Art in Chambers

The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art

2 401 S. Park Ave. n 407-599-3498 cityofwinterpark.org/arts-culture

445 N. Park Ave. n 407-645-5311 8 morsemuseum.org

Art on the Green

3 401 S. Park Ave. n 407-599-3498 cityofwinterpark.org/aog

Cornell Fine Arts Museum

1000 Holt Ave. n 407-646-2526 9 rollins.edu/cfam

Crealdé School of Art

600 St. Andrews Blvd. n 407-671-1886 10 crealde.org Programs and exhibitions for all ages in painting, drawing, printmaking, digital & film photography, ceramics, sculpture, fiber arts, jewelry, and glass.

Also a project of the Winter Park Public Art Advisory Board featuring Zéphirin: Haitian Mystic. a series of large-scale sculpture exhibitions displayed throughout the city’s parks and public spaces.

Arts at Rollins

be inspired

GladdeningLight

various locations n 407-647-3963 11 gladdeninglight.org A nonprofit, spiritual initiative exploring transcendent elements of art through hosted conferences, exhibits & public performance, cloistered retreats, and pilgrimage.

in chambers

A project of the Winter Park Public Art Advisory Board showcasing works by local artists to enliven City Hall public rooms.

Home to the world’s most comprehensive collection of works by Louis Comfort Tiffany.

Home to an extensive collection of European and American art, plus timely and engaging temporary exhibitions year-round on campus. A few blocks away, The Alfond Inn at Rollins showcases the museum’s Alfond Collection of Contemporary Art, comprised of works in various media by international artists.

art

4 1000 Holt Ave. n rollins.edu/arts-culture Annie Russell Theatre n 407-646-2145 animalist.” Music at Rollins n 407-646-1517 Winter with the Writers n 407-646-2666 Programs that offer theater, dance, music and literary experiences. culture.

Bach Festival Society of Winter Park

5 1000 Holt Ave. n 407-646-2182 bachfestivalflorida.org

Home to the south’s Great Oratorio Choir, the Society presents choral, symphonic, and chamber music concerts, and education programs.

Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts

6 1905 Kentucky Ave. n 407-636-9951 bluebambooartcenter.com

#wpinspires cityofwinterpark.org/ arts-culture

A unique venue featuring live music, theatrical performances, state-of-the-art recording studio, an art gallery, and private rentals.

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WEBSTER AVENUE

Hannibal Square Heritage Center

Winter Park Institute at Rollins College

12 642 W. New England Ave. n 407-539-2680 hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org

1000 Holt Ave., 2770 n 407-691-1995 17 rollins.edu/wpi

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Mead Botanical Garden

14 1300 S. Denning Drive n 407-599-2800 meadgarden.org A tranquil, 47-acre natural setting with gardens, a flowing creek, ponds, paths, wetlands, wildlife, education programs and cultural events. Experience Winter Park, naturally!

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Winter Park Autumn Art Festival

15 Central Park n 407-644-8281 winterpark.org/winter-park-autumn-art-festival

Winter Park

Held along historic Park Avenue in October, this art festival is the only juried, fine art festival exclusively featuring Florida artists.

Winter Park History Museum

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711 N. Orange Ave. n 407-645-0145 18 winterparkplayhouse.org A non-profit, equity-affiliated, professional musical theatre that features year-round Broadway and Off-Broadway Mainstage Musicals, and New York-style cabarets.

Winter Park Public Library

460 E. New England Ave. n 407-623-3300 19 wppl.org Where education, entertainment and enlightenment happen every single day.

Winter Park Paint Out

633 Osceola Ave. n 407-647-6294 2O polasek.org

New England Avenue

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9 13

1 19

2O 1O

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Hosts 25 professionally-acclaimed artists who capture our charming city with oils, water colors and pastels in the style of plein air.

Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival

Central Park n 407-644-7207 21 wpsaf.org

One of the nation’s oldest and most prestigious outdoor fine art festivals held in March.

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Winter Park Playhouse

MOrse BOulevard

Autumn Art Festival

16 200 W. New England Ave. n 407-647-2330 wphistory.org Provides exhibitions featuring the important milestones which have influenced the rich history of Winter Park.

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NEW YORK AVENUE

Assisting Children & Families in Central Florida

PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE

CANTON AVENUE

13 151 W. Lyman Ave. n 407-644-8281 cityofwinterpark.org/arts-culture Dedicated to local non-profits, educational institutions and cultural organizations that make Winter Park a world–class community.

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PARK AVENUE

J.K. and Sarah Galloway Foundation Community Gallery

Their annual Speaker Series brings global thought leaders, artists and humanitarians to campus for the Winter Park community’s enlightenment.

INterlachen AVENUE

Established to pay tribute to Winter Park’s historic African-American community through documentary photography, oral history, and public art.

FAIRBANKS AVENUE

18

HOLT AVENUE 4

5

9


WEBSTER AVENUE

Hannibal Square Heritage Center

Winter Park Institute at Rollins College

12 642 W. New England Ave. n 407-539-2680 hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org

1000 Holt Ave., 2770 n 407-691-1995 17 rollins.edu/wpi

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Mead Botanical Garden

14 1300 S. Denning Drive meadgarden.org

n

407-599-2800

A tranquil, 47-acre natural setting with gardens, a flowing creek, ponds, paths, wetlands, wildlife, education programs and cultural events. Experience Winter Park, naturally!

3

Winter Park Autumn Art Festival

15 Central Park n 407-644-8281 winterpark.org/winter-park-autumn-art-festival

Winter Park

Held along historic Park Avenue in October, this art festival is the only juried, fine art festival exclusively featuring Florida artists.

Winter Park History Museum

15

21

17

711 N. Orange Ave. n 407-645-0145 18 winterparkplayhouse.org A non-profit, equity-affiliated, professional musical theatre that features year-round Broadway and Off-Broadway Mainstage Musicals, and New York-style cabarets.

Winter Park Public Library

460 E. New England Ave.

407-623-3300 19 wppl.org

Winter Park Paint Out

New England Avenue

16

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Where education, entertainment and enlightenment happen every single day.

633 Osceola Ave.

9 13

1 19

2O 1O

2

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407-647-6294 2O polasek.org

Hosts 25 professionally-acclaimed artists who capture our charming city with oils, water colors and pastels in the style of plein air.

Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival

Central Park n 407-644-7207 21 wpsaf.org

One of the nation’s oldest and most prestigious outdoor fine art festivals held in March.

6 14

Winter Park Playhouse

MOrse BOulevard

Autumn Art Festival

16 200 W. New England Ave. n 407-647-2330 wphistory.org Provides exhibitions featuring the important milestones which have influenced the rich history of Winter Park.

12

NEW YORK AVENUE

Assisting Children & Families in Central Florida

PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE

CANTON AVENUE

13 151 W. Lyman Ave. n 407-644-8281 cityofwinterpark.org/arts-culture Dedicated to local non-profits, educational institutions and cultural organizations that make Winter Park a world–class community.

8

PARK AVENUE

J.K. and Sarah Galloway Foundation Community Gallery

Their annual Speaker Series brings global thought leaders, artists and humanitarians to campus for the Winter Park community’s enlightenment.

INterlachen AVENUE

Established to pay tribute to Winter Park’s historic African-American community through documentary photography, oral history, and public art.

FAIRBANKS AVENUE

18

HOLT AVENUE 4

5

9


WEBSTER AVENUE

Hannibal Square Heritage Center

Winter Park Institute at Rollins College

12 642 W. New England Ave. n 407-539-2680 hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org

1000 Holt Ave., 2770 n 407-691-1995 17 rollins.edu/wpi

7

Mead Botanical Garden

14 1300 S. Denning Drive n 407-599-2800 meadgarden.org A tranquil, 47-acre natural setting with gardens, a flowing creek, ponds, paths, wetlands, wildlife, education programs and cultural events. Experience Winter Park, naturally!

3

Winter Park Autumn Art Festival

15 Central Park n 407-644-8281 winterpark.org/winter-park-autumn-art-festival

Winter Park

Held along historic Park Avenue in October, this art festival is the only juried, fine art festival exclusively featuring Florida artists.

Winter Park History Museum

15

21

17

711 N. Orange Ave. n 407-645-0145 18 winterparkplayhouse.org A non-profit, equity-affiliated, professional musical theatre that features year-round Broadway and Off-Broadway Mainstage Musicals, and New York-style cabarets.

Winter Park Public Library

460 E. New England Ave. n 407-623-3300 19 wppl.org Where education, entertainment and enlightenment happen every single day.

Winter Park Paint Out

633 Osceola Ave. n 407-647-6294 2O polasek.org

New England Avenue

16

9 13

1 19

2O 1O

2

Hosts 25 professionally-acclaimed artists who capture our charming city with oils, water colors and pastels in the style of plein air.

Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival

Central Park n 407-644-7207 21 wpsaf.org

One of the nation’s oldest and most prestigious outdoor fine art festivals held in March.

6 14

Winter Park Playhouse

MOrse BOulevard

Autumn Art Festival

16 200 W. New England Ave. n 407-647-2330 wphistory.org Provides exhibitions featuring the important milestones which have influenced the rich history of Winter Park.

12

NEW YORK AVENUE

Assisting Children & Families in Central Florida

PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE

CANTON AVENUE

13 151 W. Lyman Ave. n 407-644-8281 cityofwinterpark.org/arts-culture Dedicated to local non-profits, educational institutions and cultural organizations that make Winter Park a world–class community.

8

PARK AVENUE

J.K. and Sarah Galloway Foundation Community Gallery

Their annual Speaker Series brings global thought leaders, artists and humanitarians to campus for the Winter Park community’s enlightenment.

INterlachen AVENUE

Established to pay tribute to Winter Park’s historic African-American community through documentary photography, oral history, and public art.

FAIRBANKS AVENUE

18

HOLT AVENUE 4

5

9


WEBSTER AVENUE

Hannibal Square Heritage Center

Winter Park Institute at Rollins College

12 642 W. New England Ave. n 407-539-2680 hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org

1000 Holt Ave., 2770 n 407-691-1995 17 rollins.edu/wpi

7

Mead Botanical Garden

14 1300 S. Denning Drive n 407-599-2800 meadgarden.org A tranquil, 47-acre natural setting with gardens, a flowing creek, ponds, paths, wetlands, wildlife, education programs and cultural events. Experience Winter Park, naturally!

3

Winter Park Autumn Art Festival

15 Central Park n 407-644-8281 winterpark.org/winter-park-autumn-art-festival

Winter Park

Held along historic Park Avenue in October, this art festival is the only juried, fine art festival exclusively featuring Florida artists.

Winter Park History Museum

15

21

17

711 N. Orange Ave. n 407-645-0145 18 winterparkplayhouse.org A non-profit, equity-affiliated, professional musical theatre that features year-round Broadway and Off-Broadway Mainstage Musicals, and New York-style cabarets.

Winter Park Public Library

460 E. New England Ave. n 407-623-3300 19 wppl.org Where education, entertainment and enlightenment happen every single day.

Winter Park Paint Out

633 Osceola Ave. n 407-647-6294 2O polasek.org

New England Avenue

16

9 13

1 19

2O 1O

2

Hosts 25 professionally-acclaimed artists who capture our charming city with oils, water colors and pastels in the style of plein air.

Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival

Central Park n 407-644-7207 21 wpsaf.org

One of the nation’s oldest and most prestigious outdoor fine art festivals held in March.

6 14

Winter Park Playhouse

MOrse BOulevard

Autumn Art Festival

16 200 W. New England Ave. n 407-647-2330 wphistory.org Provides exhibitions featuring the important milestones which have influenced the rich history of Winter Park.

12

NEW YORK AVENUE

Assisting Children & Families in Central Florida

PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE

CANTON AVENUE

13 151 W. Lyman Ave. n 407-644-8281 cityofwinterpark.org/arts-culture Dedicated to local non-profits, educational institutions and cultural organizations that make Winter Park a world–class community.

8

PARK AVENUE

J.K. and Sarah Galloway Foundation Community Gallery

Their annual Speaker Series brings global thought leaders, artists and humanitarians to campus for the Winter Park community’s enlightenment.

INterlachen AVENUE

Established to pay tribute to Winter Park’s historic African-American community through documentary photography, oral history, and public art.

FAIRBANKS AVENUE

18

HOLT AVENUE 4

5

9


Casa Feliz

656 N. Park Ave. n 407-628-8200 7 casafeliz.us “Happy House” in Spanish, this is the oldest historic house museum in the city. It serves the community as a venue for events and promoting architectural preservation as a means of sustainability.

How many did you get to be inspired by?

Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens

1 633 Osceola Ave. n 407-647-6294 polasek.org Guided tours of the world-renowned Czech-American sculptor’s home and studio, his exquisite works of art, and serene gardens.

Art in Chambers

The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art

2 401 S. Park Ave. n 407-599-3498 cityofwinterpark.org/arts-culture

445 N. Park Ave. n 407-645-5311 8 morsemuseum.org

Art on the Green

3 401 S. Park Ave. n 407-599-3498 cityofwinterpark.org/aog

Cornell Fine Arts Museum

1000 Holt Ave. n 407-646-2526 9 rollins.edu/cfam

Crealdé School of Art

600 St. Andrews Blvd. n 407-671-1886 10 crealde.org Programs and exhibitions for all ages in painting, drawing, printmaking, digital & film photography, ceramics, sculpture, fiber arts, jewelry, and glass.

Also a project of the Winter Park Public Art Advisory Board featuring Zéphirin: Haitian Mystic. a series of large-scale sculpture exhibitions displayed throughout the city’s parks and public spaces.

Arts at Rollins

be inspired

GladdeningLight

various locations n 407-647-3963 11 gladdeninglight.org A nonprofit, spiritual initiative exploring transcendent elements of art through hosted conferences, exhibits & public performance, cloistered retreats, and pilgrimage.

in chambers

A project of the Winter Park Public Art Advisory Board showcasing works by local artists to enliven City Hall public rooms.

Home to the world’s most comprehensive collection of works by Louis Comfort Tiffany.

Home to an extensive collection of European and American art, plus timely and engaging temporary exhibitions year-round on campus. A few blocks away, The Alfond Inn at Rollins showcases the museum’s Alfond Collection of Contemporary Art, comprised of works in various media by international artists.

art

4 1000 Holt Ave. n rollins.edu/arts-culture Annie Russell Theatre n 407-646-2145 animalist.” Music at Rollins n 407-646-1517 Winter with the Writers n 407-646-2666 Programs that offer theater, dance, music and literary experiences. culture.

Bach Festival Society of Winter Park

5 1000 Holt Ave. n 407-646-2182 bachfestivalflorida.org

Home to the south’s Great Oratorio Choir, the Society presents choral, symphonic, and chamber music concerts, and education programs.

Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts

6 1905 Kentucky Ave. n 407-636-9951 bluebambooartcenter.com

#wpinspires cityofwinterpark.org/ arts-culture

A unique venue featuring live music, theatrical performances, state-of-the-art recording studio, an art gallery, and private rentals.

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