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Exclusive: The Art Photography of Gabriel Wickbold -COVERThe New Cabana Bay Beach Resort at Universal
Dominique Lacomte Fantastic Paintings and Career
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Brazilian Artist Gilberto Gomes Expo Tanto Mar Confederated Motorcycles Baton Rouge
Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs Latest Achievements
From My Desk... I keep hoping for better times, less worries, more health, less crime less violence,
less hunger, less abuse, and I say less because we could hope for none at all, but that is a whole other story. I have felt loss, and dispair, I even felt no hope at all, but life always shows me a brighter day, and my Faith takes over changing it all. I am an optimistic and a believer that everything will be better, and that everyone will lend a hand, or help and even care. I hope... to see a better world. One thing I got to taste, eternal undying love. And I am thankful for that. We hope you enjoy this issue we have tons of creativity, talent, success and endless beauty. Thanks to all the beautiful people that collaborate with us. Our special thanks to Jai Gallery Curator and Director Coralie for the interview with Gabriel Wickbold, our cover. Our Europe Art Editor our extra talented Artist Alchimist, Suzana Jardim, bringing us the Magical Dominique Lacomte, and I also would like to thank Edmundo Cavalcanti and congratulate him for the passion, and devotion to the Art, and his first Expo. Great Job Edmundo! There is a lot of good stuff inside! Enjoy! See you in two weeks !
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Art Our Cover-Gabriel Wickbold Art photography interviewed By Coralie Claeysen-Gleyzon Artist Dominique Lacomte By Suzana Jardim
Coming Up Jesus Christ Superstar Production The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra Next Events Brazilian Fitness Fashion
Artist Gilberto Gomes By Edmundo Cavalcanti
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Brazilian Expo Tanto Mar S. Paulo Brazil
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Art Photography Kim Keeever Poetry Nilton Bustamante Vera Fonseca Edimundo Cavalcanti Tourism The New Cabana Bay Beach Resort Universal Orlando Seaworld Celebrates 25th Anniversary The Fishing Mania at The Disney Resorts Community News News at Orange County government City Hall News and Calendar The Orlando City Soccer news.
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A Palavra e o Poeta
Autor: Nilton Bustamante
sem os sustos, sem os medos, sem explicações na ponta da língua, sem bater cartão do tudo igual, apenas você no meu colo, mas não quero boneco de ventríloquo, quero sua libertação para você usar sua própria voz, fazer de sua língua o que bem quiser, beijo ou malcriação, tudo o que desejar... A anarquia nesses momentos cabe tão bem, sem saber o que virá do outro, dois desiguais, dois estrangeiros que se encontram e deixam a natureza conduzir a orquestra de nós dois... Você sabe bem o que é isso, não é mesmo, meu bem?
Agora a pouco me deixei levar por algo que a madrugada oferece, mas não mostra, não deixa nas prateleiras, nem nas gavetas... Mas, preciso de um trago, e o meu trago é música, Sarah Vaughan deslizando “Misty” pelos meus cantos. Já que estou descalço, quero dançar, no meio da sala, pode ser nas esquinas, pode ser qualquer lugar, no banheiro, no jardim, desde que haja noite, desde que seu rosto encoste ao meu. Ah, Ah, meu amor, o mundo, o nosso mundo, precisa estar descalço é estar nu, é entrega, é intervalo, mesmo desses dias madrugadas, ouvir “Misty” é liberdade, é ser índio, é sentir os sentidos toe esperar amanhecer sem pijamas, apenas descando a pele e um pouco mais. calços e bêbados de amor... Sarah Vaughan: “Misty” Você e eu, nesse imenso e inconfundível silêncio, essa nebulosidade de tanto a dizer, e não querer falar nada, tocar apenas com os olhos o que se vai por outros esconderijos, por outras miragens, outras vertigens... Você e eu, e nossa maneira de ser, fazer manhas, raspando minha barba por fazer em seus seios que não me deixam, não me deixam em paz... Esses encontros madrugadas, são para saltar felicidade de altos trampolins, é perigo constante, é frio percorrendo todos os caminhos, e mesmo assim esse gosto de bis, esse gosto de querer mais e um tanto mais, mais e mais, deitar no tapete com os pés no sofá, olhar para o teto, contar carneirinhos, rir à toa, tal é essa coisa, esse modo de tecer momentos e colocar nas paredes, pra ficar grude, pra ficar por perto, e depois lembrar... Ahã, essa canção... Acho que fiquei assim, zonzo, rodando, vendo você ir e voltar, roda-coração, esse balanço, esse trapézio, esse descuido, essa vontade de beijar baixinho, vendo filmes-cobertores avançando pelas claridades das manhãs,
Em todo lugar. Vera Fonseca O mundo da gente, Com raízes diversas, Mistura de tantas raças, Traços e pele diferentes, Falando outras línguas, Somos de lados opostos, Com tanto em comum, Dúvidas e esperanças, Nutrem estas vontades, De ver na terra a paz, A soberania soberba, Riscada definitivamente, Derrubando as fronteiras, Eliminando o sofrer, Criada por tiranos, Que usam o poder, Para atos indigestos, Como se neste processo, Fossem seres especiais... É a diversão no paraíso, A dança dos tolos, Querendo demais, O que é de todos, E o que é de ninguém, Vida que passa lenta, Morte rápida e violenta, Não importam os rótulos, Ninguém escapa disto, Há um destino traçado, Desviar das más ações, Fazer do tempo instrumento, Para ter a liberdade de escolha, Compor o caminho sem culpas, Pois, ao plantar e disseminar o bem, Estaremos sincronizados com todos... Então, vamos dar as mãos, Este mundo está muito carente, E a emoção de doar, está em todos, Basta entender que somos iguais, Encarar nos olhos do próximo, Para ver que podemos ser a luz, Deste maravilhoso mundo... Vera Fonseca. Poema do livro PASSAGEIRA Publicado no https://www.createspace.com/4671925
“Rosas para uma dama” Edmundo Cavalcanti
Fiz-te estas duas rosas Podem não serem tão formosos. Mas fiz pensando em ti. Minhas mãos ficavam tentando cores Amarela como a primavera Branca que me traz muita paz Vermelha como minha paixão. Rosa, como um sonho suave, sensação prazerosa. Verde, medo de perder-te. Fui levado inconsciente para o azul. Tranquilidade, serenidade e harmonia. Tudo que eu queria e nem sabia. Te rosto, nunca vi, mas posso imaginar. Podes não acreditar Estou a te amar. Sei que rosas têm espinhos Mas, fazem parte de nosso caminho. Mas temos que segura-las com jeitinho Evitando os espinhos. São suas, receba e cuide delas com muito carinho. Rosas iguais a estas nunca receberas, são únicas. Especiais, e te trarão muita paz.
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Universal Orlando's Cabana Bay Beach Resort Is Now Open
Brand-New On-Site Hotel Features Family Suites, 10-Lane Bowling Alley, Retro Arcade, a Zero-Entry Pool with a Waterslide and Interactive Water Play Area for Kids - and More
Universal's Cabana Bay Beach Resort officially welcomes its first guests today. This brand-new value and moderately-priced property is the fourth on-site hotel at Universal Orlando Resort and evokes the classic, retro-feel of iconic beach resorts from the 1950s and 60's. Located on-site at Universal Orlando Resort, the new hotel is a destination within itself - featuring a stunning design with bold colors, retro-inspired architecture and sweeping vistas that transport guests back to a time of relaxation and endless family fun. Cabana Bay guests can experience incredible amenities throughout the hotel, including:
• Bowling a strike at the 10-lane Galaxy Bowl • Channeling the godfather of fitness at the Jack LaLanne Physical Fitness Studio • Racing down the iconic dive tower waterslide and splashing into a 10,000 square foot zero-entry pool in the Cabana Courtyard • Enjoying a retro-themed specialty cocktail from Swizzle Lounge or Atomic Tonic • Finding something delicious for the entire family at Bayliner Diner, a food court with something for everyone to enjoy including a salad bar, burgers, sandwiches, pizza, pasta andand-go items
â€˘ And this summer, guests will be able to enjoy even more incredible amenities, including a second 8,000-square-foot zero entry pool, Universal Orlando's first lazy river at an onsite hotel, The Hideaway Bar & Grill, and additional moderately-priced family suites and value-priced standard guest rooms. When complete, Universal's Cabana Bay Beach Resort will feature a total of 1,800 rooms - 900 family suites and 900 standard guest rooms. Guests can stay in a family suite, which sleeps up to six people and includes a foldout foam bed, kitchenette, a sliding partition for privacy, two flat-screen TVs and
a bathroom with preparation spaces for three people at once. Cabana Bay guests also get exclusive benefits only available to on-site hotel guests at Universal Orlando, including Early Park Admission to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter one hour before the theme park opens.
Rates for the family suites begin at $174 per-night, and can run as low as $134 per-night depending on the length of stay. Rates for the standard guest rooms which will be available this summer - begin at $119 per night, and can run as low as $93 per-night depending on the length of stay.
welcome guests into Cabana Bay Beach Resort,” said Adnan Bizri, Managing Director, Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort. “This is the perfect addition to Universal Orlando’s already stellar line-up of properties, allowing families to continue a wonderful vacation well beyond the theme parks.”
“We’ve sought to create a special place where families can spend time together and create long-lasting memories outside of the theme parks,” said Russ Dagon, Vice President and Executive Project Director, Universal Creative. “From the moment they step inside, families will be transported back to a different, more relaxing time.” “We are thrilled to finally
To learn more or to make a reservation, call 1-888-2731311 or visit www.universalorlando.com. Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort is co-owned and managed by Loews Hotels & Resorts.
SeaWorld's 50th Celebration is a Sea of Surprises SeaWorld Parks & Enter- • SeaWorld San Diego tainment launched a multiwill celebrate 50 years park celebration to comby completely transmemorate a key event in forming the park’s arthe company's history. rival experience. Explorer’s Reef(TM) will open The original SeaWorld® in March for the celePark opened its gates for bration kick-off, and imthe first time in March 1964 mediately immerse park on Mission Bay in San Diguests into an undersea ego. oasis. From the moment they enter the park, SeaWorld’s 50th Celebraguests can connect with tion features a Sea of Surthe sea through multiple prises(TM) throughout an touch pools featuring 18-month celebration highshark pups, rays, skates lighting some of the most and delicate little cleanmemorable SeaWorld exer fish. periences in San Diego, • SeaWorld is known Orlando and San Antonio. for amazing entertainment and each park will For nearly five decades, have something new for SeaWorld has surprised the 50(th) celebration. and amazed guests with Kicking off on March 21, unique entertainment, Park pathways will come thrilling rides and up-close to life with spontaneous encounters with animals. entertainment. During SeaWorld’s 50(th) Celebration visitors will be • “Bubble Blowout” is sure invited to take part in the to be a guest favorite with excitement through new a fantastical vehiclecreinteractive experiences, ating bubbles of all sizshows and pathway peres and shapes. Engagformances, even more uping performances with close animal encounters sea-inspired costumes throughout the park and and props will pop up at “The SeaWorld Surprise unexpected moments to Squad” treating guests surprise guests with prizes every day. throughout the day, like SeaWorld’s 50(th) Celebration Sea “Splash Dance” and the of Surprises(TM) Highlights “Sea Street Band.”
• Starting this summer, new shows offer guests the chance to celebrate the longer park hours. “Shamu’s Celebration: Light Up The Night” is a nighttime Shamu Show debuting at all three SeaWorld parks. • The high energy show will include new, original music and production elements, as well as new killer whale behaviors. SeaWorld San Antonio will also launch a new 50(th)-Celebration-themed ski show for the summer season. • The “SeaWorld® Surprise Squad” will roam the SeaWorld parks on a daily basis giving away prizes and special gifts, including exclusive access to rides, behind-the-scenes experiences, Shamu-themed merchandise, reserved show seating and more.* For more information and continuing news about SeaWorld’s 50(th) Celebration and the Sea of Surprises, visit www.seaworld.com/celebration
SeaWorld guests are often sion for protecting the greeted by an animal amocean, a series of giant bassador, many of whom sea life sculptures will be were orphaned or injured displayed throughout the in the wild and given a secparks. SeaWorld comond chance thanks to the missioned environmenSeaWorld Rescue Team. tal art group The Washed As part of SeaWorld's 50th Ashore Project for a colCelebration, there will be lection of larger-than-life more surprise encounters sea-themed sculptures with animal ambassadors many weighing more than throughout the day. A pair half a ton. of Magellanic penguins, a lemur, or even a parade of • The material used to flamingos could surprise create these pieces guests at any moment at all comes from the billions three SeaWorld locations. of pounds of garbage - mostly plastics - that • To showcase SeaWorwind up in our oceans. ld's commitment to the environment and pas- • These amazing works of
art point to the urgent need to protect marine animals from such dangers and preserve their ocean habitats. • As part of its continuing commitment to new technology that enhances the guest experience, SeaWorld's 50th Celebration will include new ways for fans to connect to the parks and each other though digital devices. The parks will be launching a variety of enhancements, from interactive apps that provide fun new ways to experience the park to new games and video content.
Take Me Fishingâ„˘ Hooks Walt Disney World Resort Guests On Fishing And Boating TakeMeFishing.org Connects Children and Families with Nature through its Sponsorship of the Fun Educational Fishing and Boating Experiences at Walt Disney World Resort In today's age where getting kids outside to exercise and enjoy nature can be more challenging than ever, Take Me Fishing(TM) and Walt Disney World Resort are making it easier for families to connect with the outdoors through fishing and boating. Beginning this month, The Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation (RBFF) and its Take Me Fishing(TM) campaign are sponsoring the fun and educational family catch-and-release fishing and boating experiences offered to guests at the Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, FL. Three locations at the resort offer Take Me Fishing(TM) branded guided fishing and boating experiences. In addition, visitors to Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground have the opportunity to participate in dockside fishing, while visitors at Disney's Port Orleans Resort-Riverside can try their hand at cane pole fishing. Guests can also enjoy the "Take Me Fishing Challenge" recently introduced at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground. "With the popularity of fishing and boating on the rise with women and children in the U.S., collaborating with the Walt Disney World Resort is helping us get even more families engaged in these sports," said Frank Peterson, president and CEO of RBFF. "Our collective dedication to conservation and family activity make this relationship ideal to showcasing the magic of fishing and boating."
Guests who boat and fish at the Walt Disney World Resort will be encouraged to continue these memorable experiences at home by connecting with TakeMeFishing.org, which provides more information about where to boat and fish in their local communities. Parents can also find how-to videos to learn fishing basics as well as additional safety tips and advice. In addition to Take Me Fishing's presence at the Walt Disney WorldResort, they have a relationship with Disney Media Networks to spread the word about the benefits of fishing and boating. This relationship includes sponsorships on Disney Channel and Disney XD, activating through Radio Disney at popular events around the country, as well as integration of the Take Me Fishing messaging in online content and mobile apps.
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Student Athletes Assist Mayor Teresa Jacobs in NCAA Bracket Selections Orange County Mayor Jacobs called in the experts — student athletes from four local winning high school basketball teams — to help her with her NCAA bracket selections. On hand to assist the Mayor were basketball champions from Winter Park (boys), Evans (boys), Edgewater (girls) and Wekiva (girls) High Schools. The experts all agreed it would be Florida all the way.
bracket selections, we were so excited,” said Orange County Public Schools spokeswoman Kathy Marsh. “Our student athletes are sharp and well-trained on what to seek in quality college athletes.”
Student athletes arrived at the Orange County Administration Center in their team uniforms and gathered in the Mayor’s Conference Room to go over the NCAA 2014 Basketball Championship brackets and the picks for Mayor “One great Florida university, FSU, Jacobs. brought home the National Football Championship this year, so I feel excited "It was great to join with basketball and confident to predict another great champs from across Orange County to center of learning, the University of help Mayor Jacobs select her bracket," Florida, is going to match that achieve- said Dewey Johnson of Winter Park High ment by bringing home the National School. "We think we've got a winning Basketball Championship,” said Mayor bracket!" Jacobs. WKMG Local 6, hosts of the NCAA 2014 The students assisted in creating Mayor Basketball Championship games, and Jacobs’ bracket for the NCAA 2014 Bas- Orange TV recorded the bracket selecketball Championship games, which will tion. be held at the Amway Center on Thursday, March 20 and Saturday, March 22. The footage is available from Orange The participating students were select- TV via our FTP site. Please point your ed by their high school principals. FTP client to ftp://ftp.orangetvfl.org/ News Username: otvguest Password: “When Mayor Jacobs asked for our vision1* The file to download is labled: championship male and female basket- Mayor Jacobs NCAA Brackets.mp4. ball student athletes to help with her Source orange County
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Orange County Celebrates SunRail Station Grand Opening Guests boarded and toured SunRail during the preview celebration for the Sand Lake Road station. Orange County, FL – Orange County celebrated the opening of the newest SunRail station at the intersection of Sand Lake Road and Orange Avenue last Sunday afternoon, March 30. The Sand Lake Road station preview celebration welcomed community leaders, elected officials and citizens to the historical event.
part of the community celebration. The Sand Lake Road station is designed to connect with future rail options to Orlando International Airport to the east, and the Orange County Convention Center and International Drive tourism district to the west. This station also serves the residents of nearby Belle Isle, Edgewood and Taft. Station designs include a park and ride lot as well as bus and passenger drop-off areas.
Festivities began at 1 p.m. with remarks and a proclamation read by District 3 Commissioner Pete Clarke. Representative Linda Stewart praised the arrival of SunRail and is working with the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) to place suitable markers designating this stop as the Historic Pine Castle Station, upon completion of construction. FDOT District 5 Secretary Noranne Downs touched on the safety and connectivity of the final SunRail route. After the program, guests boarded and toured the SunRail train.
“Judging by Sunday’s turnout, there seems to be a lot of interest in SunRail and we hope that the people who visited will become passengers and customers,” Commissioner Clarke said. “SunRail will change the way we live as it will stimulate economic growth and development.”
During the preview, engineers and train representatives answered questions and shared the benefits of riding SunRail. Food trucks, local vendors, kid-friendly activities and other community agencies were also
The entire 61-mile system from DeLand to Poinciana will be built in two phases and comprised of 17 stations when complete. Phase I from DeBary to the Sand Lake Road Station will be fully operational on May 1. Double-decker passenger cars will feature wide, comfortable seats with access to rest room facilities, power outlets, and free unlimited wireless Internet connectivity.
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Orange County Celebrates Grand Opening of Central Florida International Trade Office Mayor Jacobs joins the ribbon cutting ceremony of the Central Florida International Trade Office at the National Entrepreneur Center.
CFITO also supports small businesses looking to export goods and services through international partnerships and resources. This one-year pilot program was made possible by a $65,000 contribution from Orange County and a dollar-per-dollar matching grant from JP Morgan Chase.
Orange County, FL – Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs and representatives from JPMorgan Chase & Co. celebrated the grand opening of the Central Florida International Trade Office (CFITO) at the National Entre- “Central Florida is already a global preneur Center on Friday morning. leader in tourism,” said Jerry Ross, Executive Director of the NEC. “As “The creation of CFITO will enable we develop a greater awareness of Orange County companies to tap our region’s business opportunities, into key trading markets and ex- Orange County is positioning our pand their export opportunities,” region as the ideal hub for internasaid Mayor Jacobs. “We’re also im- tional trade in the Americas.” proving efficiency and streamlining the process for foreign investors to CFITO will improve the efficiency of help them connect with local part- routing and directing inquiries by ners to establish local operations.” potential international trading partners, while leveraging our region’s CFITO is a regional hub for foreign existing network of support orgaentrepreneurs and international nizations to assist local businesses companies interested in doing busi- who want to explore international ness in Central Florida. The CFITO trade opportunities. office is now open at the National Entrepreneur Center at Orlan- As of August 2013, Florida’s total do Fashion Square and serves as a merchandise trade exceeded $105 central location for connecting the billion, with $3.9 billion originating global trading community to local from the Orlando–Kissimmee–Sancompanies. ford region. Source Orange County
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IOA Corporate 5k More than 525 corporate teams made up of 7,100 runners and walkers are currently registered for the IOA Corporate 5k on Thursday, April 17. Over 17,000 runners and walkers (700+ teams) are expected at Lake Eola in the heart of Downtown for the IOA Corporate 5k benefiting the Track Shack Foundation, a 501ÂŠ(3) organization established to promote health and fitness. Celebrating workplace health and fitness, local corporations, non-profits, churches and clubs will enjoy the Cityâ€™s largest night run, walk and office party of the year. Networking will begin at 5 p.m. and the race will begin at 7:15 p.m. To register or for more information on the event, please visit corporate5k.com.
Dear Community Leader, On May 1, our community will have the benefit of being able to commute throughout Central Florida on SunRail, our new 32-mile, 12-station commuter train that serves DeBary on the north to Sand Lake Road on the south, with four stations in the City of Orlando. In advance of May 1, I hope you’ll take advantage of one of the many opportunities to learn more about how SunRail will serve the City of Orlando.
Attend a Station Soft Opening You’re invited to attend one of the City of Orlando station’s soft openings where you’ll have an opportunity to tour the train and stations and learn more about SunRail’s service, schedule and prices. • Florida Hospital Station (500 East Rollins Street), April 3 from 6:30 am to 9:45 am • LYNX Central Station (101 West Livingston Street), April 4 from 11 am to 1 pm • Church Street Station (99 West South Street), April 10 from 11 am to 1 pm • Orlando Health/Amtrak Station (250 Columbia Street), April 9 from 6:30 am to 9:00 am • Celebrate the Grand Opening of SunRail
The whistle stop tour will conclude with a large grand opening event at the Sand Lake Station (8030 South Orange Avenue). A large crowd is expected so it’s advisable to arrive at the Sand Lake station no later than 11:00 am if you’d like to attend the grand opening.
Ride the Train…for Free!
May 1-16, SunRail will be testing service and schedules and you are invited to ride SunRail for free. Please visit SunRail.com for the complete schedule. SunRail is the spine of what will eventually be a region-wide, multi-modal network of transportation options that allow us to get where we want to go without having to rely solely on car ownership and expensive gasoline. SunRail also encourages smart growth and transit-oriented-development with new projects at each station creating jobs and boosting the economy. I hope you’ll join me in attending one or more of these events to celebrate our new SunRail commuter line. For information on these and other SunRail events, please visit cityoforlando.net/sunrail or www,SunRail.com.
Sincerely, Buddy Dyer On Wednesday April 30, the SunRail train will Mayor take a whistle stop tour to each of 12 stations to officially commemorate the opening of the line. Each station is planning festivities and events to welcome the train to its station and to the City of Orlando. It is anticipated that the train will arrive at the following stations at the following times: • Florida Hospital Station (500 East Rollins Street), 10:30 am • LYNX Central Station (101 West Livingston Street), 10:40 am • Church Street Station (99 West South Street), 10:50 am • Orlando Health/Amtrak Station (250 Columbia Street), 11:00 am
Project DTO – Advancing Downtown Orlando is a comprehensive visioning process to formulate the next chapter of Downtown Orlando’s evolution! The primary outcomes of this process will include a DTO Vision Plan, DTO Marketing Strategy and a new Downtown Orlando Community Redevelopment Area Plan to act as a roadmap to achieving the envisioned Downtown. The process will emphasize heavy public and stakeholder outreach, including crowd sourcing and interactive public experiences to gain insight into the community's needs and interests. Additionally, the Project DTO Task Force will be working in coordination with the ongoing Parramore Comprehensive Neighborhood Plan. “This task force is unique because it allows people who are passionate about Downtown to have the opportunity to help shape its future,” said Mayor Dyer. “With this type of collaboration we will ensure that Downtown Orlando re
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mains the region’s cultural, economic and social hub.”
The Project DTO Task Force will be chaired by Fred Kittinger, Associate Vice President at the University of Central Florida. Brooke Myers, President of Emerge Real Estate Ventures LLC and Philip Holt, Co-founder and CEO of SPLYT will serve as Vice Chairs. The Executive Advisory Committee will be chaired by Cari Coats, President of C2 Advisors LLC. The group is expected to develop recommendations and present their findings in the first quarter of 2015. For more information, please vist projectdto.com.
City of Orlando Multicultural Events Wednesday, April 9 District 1 City Commissioner Jim Gray will host the seminar 'Successful Strategies for New Businesses' from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Valencia Community College, Lake Nona Campus. The workshop will be presented by the Hispanic Business Initiative Fund (HBIF) and conducted in Spanish. Entrance is free-of-charge. RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org
Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer's 2014 State of the City
HOLA 10th Anniversary Event (New Date!) Wednesday, April 16 - Join Mayor Dyer at the Open House to celebrate the 10th anniversary of HOLA from 3-7 p.m. at the Primrose Community Center Gym (595 N. Primrose Drive). 3-7 p.m. -HOLA Community Partners Fair 5:30 p.m. - Program with the participation of Mayor Buddy Dyer and Commissioner Tony Ortiz. Information: Alicia Ramirez email@example.com
Thursday, April 10 at 10:30 a.m. at Church Street, Downtown Orlando (out- SunRail Soft Opening Events side) – The annual address gives Mayor Dyer the opportunity to share the City’s Please mark your calendars to attend one current and future plans with the commu- of more of the City of Orlando station’s soft openings. You will have an opportuninity. ty to tour the train and stations and learn more about SunRail’s service, schedule Hispanic Business and prices. The City of Orlando’s soft & Consumer Expo openings are the following dates and times. April 11-13 at the Orange County Convention Center - The Expo provides an • Florida Hospital Station (500 East Rolenvironment to strengthen the economlins Street) - April 3 – 6:30 to 9:45 a.m. ic development and community integra- • LYNX Central Station (101 West Livingtion between businesses and the Hispanston Street) - April 4 – 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. ic community in the region. The City will • Church Street Station (99 West South have a booth. Street) - April 10 – 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Information: http://www.hbcexpo.com. • Orlando Health/Amtrak Station (250 Columbia Street) - April 9 – 6:30 to 9 a.m.
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April 12 at Lake Eola Park Amphitheater from 5:30-10 p.m. – Come with your family and friends to enjoy the beautiful sunset while enjoying the best Jazz Latino. En-
Celebrate 10 YEARS
WITH HOLA! WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 2014
3 – 7 P.M. PROGRAM BEGINS AT 5:30 P.M.
Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer invites you to an Open House to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the Hispanic Office for Local Assistance (HOLA). For the past 10 years, the HOLA office has provided valuable information and referral services to hundreds of residents and families in our multicultural community, connecting them with more than 140 government and community organizations to find jobs, housing, healthcare services, educational opportunities and many other resources. * HOLA Community Partners will be on site to provide services to residents.
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DIEZ AÑOS • TEN YEARS
STARS ALIGN FOR BIGGEST NOR JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR COMING TO ORLANDO AT THEAMWAY CENTER ON SATURDAY, JUNE 14
BRANDON BOYD TO PLAY ‘JUDAS ISCARIOT’, JC CHASEZ AS ‘PONTIUS PILATE’, MICHELLE WILLIAMS AS ‘MARY MAGDALENE’, JOHN ROTTEN LYDON ANNOUNCED AS ‘KING HEROD’ AND
INTRODUCING BEN FORSTER IN THE ROLE OF ‘JESUS’ Ticket presales begin April 7 at 10 a.m. Tickets On Sale Beginning Friday, April 11 at 10 a.m.
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“Jesus Christ Superstar,” the global phenomenon that has wowed audiences for over 40 years, is reimagined for the 21st century as an arena-rock spectacular. The biggest ever North American arena tour of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s groundbreaking rock musical is coming to Orlando at the Amway Center on Saturday, June 14 with an extraordinary cast of rock, pop and R&B superstars.
2013. The Times said, “The show gets the right balance between the spectacular, the jokey and the sincere. The performances from the well-choreographed supporting cast are fine throughout. Honestly, it’s enough to give rock opera a good name.” The Evening Chronicle exclaimed, “the extravagance of the production, a flamboyant spectacle of acrobatics, dramatic flames and provocative pole dancing,” and Liverpool Daily Post claimed, “Restored to its rock roots, the star-studded second coming of Jesus Christ Superstar is big, brash and bold…” and the Manchester Evening News stated, “from the very opening strains the pounding music, the huge and sophisticated video backdrops and pulsating energy from a talented ensemble cast make this a true spectacle.”
Tickets go on sale Friday, April 11 at 10 a.m. through Ticketmaster.com, by calling 800.745.3000 and at the Amway Center box office. American Express® Card Members can purchase tickets before the general public beginning Friday, April 4 at 10 a.m. Tickets range from $34.50 to $149.50 with a limited number of Gold Circle seats and VIP Experience pack- “In 1971 Andrew and I were thrilled by the ages available. Additional ticket fees may ap- first-ever Jesus Christ Superstar tour of the ply. United States,” said Tim Rice. “We certainly did not imagine then that 43 years later we Brandon Boyd, Grammy® nominated lead vo- would be witnessing another America-wide calist of rock band Incubus, is confirmed for tour of our first big hit show. We are delighted the role of ‘Judas Iscariot’, Grammy® nomi- and grateful that enthusiasm for Superstar has nated *NSYNC vocalist, JC Chasez, will play been maintained over the years and this new ‘Pontius Pilate’, Grammy® Award winner and production presents the work in its most powmember of Destiny’s Child, Michelle Williams, erful format - as a true rock experience.” will take the female lead as ‘Mary Magdalene’, English singer-songwriter and lead singer in “Jesus Christ Superstar began life as a rock alPublic Image Ltd. (PiL) and Sex Pistols, John bum...probably because nobody believed back Rotten Lydon, will play ‘King Herod’ and in- in 1969 that you could present a stage musical troducing British actor and singer, Ben For- about the last days of the life of Jesus Christ. ster, who won England’s “ITV Superstar” competition in 2012 and played the lead role in the I shall never forget its first live performance in UK and Australian arena tours of “Jesus Christ the Civic Arena, Pittsburgh on July 12th 1971. Superstar,” will revive his role as ‘Jesus.’ With Of course JCS subsequently became a legit over 50 cast and musicians on stage this is one theatre stalwart, but I, personally, have always arena show that can’t be missed! hankered after seeing it again in the arenas where it started," said Andrew Lloyd Webber. The North American leg comes on the heels of the wildly successful UK and Australian are- “I’m excited to be involved with Jesus Christ na tours, which began in the UK in Septem- Superstar,” said Michael Cohl. “The show has ber 2012 and commenced in Australia in May evolved greatly over the past 40 years
and it is exhilarating to be a part of a project that marries this incredible property and its extraordinary music with the new, innovative technology that has become available for live shows. This arena rock spectacular is a whole new experience for fans.”
America! You are about to witness my dream come true!”
"I am so thrilled to be a part of this amazing production!” said Brandon Boyd. “I grew up on Andrew Lloyd Webber's classics and never imagined I would be playing a role in one, let alone with such an incredibly diverse cast of players. Truly an honor!"
TICKETS: $34.50 to $149.50. Buy tickets at amwaycenter.com, Chase Box Office at Amway Center, Ticketmaster retail locations, charge-by-phone at 800.745.3000 or at Ticketmaster.com. All dates, act(s) and ticket prices are subject to change without notice. All tickets are subject to applicable taxes, service, handling and facility fee charges. For Amway Center box office and ticket information, visit amwaycenter.com (phone purchases are not available through the Amway Center box office). The Amway Center is located at 400 West Church Street and the box office is located on the north side of the Amway Center, near the intersection of Church Street and Hughey Avenue.
"When I heard Jesus Christ Superstar was coming to the States, I was excited at the idea to be a part of telling one of the most influential stories in history through the scope of such a talented composer, Andrew Lloyd Webber,” said JC Chasez. “I’m excited to work with such a dynamic cast, and to bring Jesus Christ Superstar back to its roots as a rock arena experience."
The Jesus Christ Superstar Arena Spectacular North American Tour is presented by S2BN Entertainment and The Really Useful Group.
“I am so excited to be part of such a legendary production alongside an amazing #SuperstarTour cast!, said Michelle Williams. “I am truly www.JesusChristSuperstar.com looking forward to this experience!”
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@JCSTheMusical “I feel so excited to bring this production to North America,” said Ben Forster. “America has to experience this rock are- Youtube: na spectacular as Andrew Lloyd Webber youtube.com/jesuschristsuperstar envisaged it. I am the real life Billy Elliot, from a coal mining city in the north of En- Instagram: gland to touring huge arenas across North instagram.com/jesuschristsuperstar
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Orlando Philharmonic’s Stages Verdi’s La Traviata On May 9 & 11, the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra will produce Verdi’s romantic opera, La Traviata, at Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre (401 W. Livingston Street, Orlando). Performances will be Friday, May 9 at 8 p.m. and Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 11 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $20-$82, available at 407-770-0071 or visit OrlandoPhil.org. Set in the ornate salons of 19th century Paris, La Traviata (“The Fallen Woman”) tells the story of Violetta, a famed courtesan who enjoys her carefree life, but longs for passion. She falls deeply in love with a young respectable nobleman, but their affair is cut short by his family’s disapproval and her frail health. Most will recognize the plot of La Traviata from its adaptation for Baz Luhrmann’s 2001 Australian-American jukebox musical Moulin Rouge! and J. F. Lawton’s classic 1990 movie Pretty Woman, starring Richard Gere and Julia Roberts, also based on Alexandre Dumas’ 1848 novel The Lady of the Camellias.
Conducted by Orlando Philharmonic Music Director Christopher Wilkins and staged by Frank McClain, the orchestra’s production will star Cuban American soprano Elizabeth Caballero as Violetta. Caballero has been hailed as one of the leading sopranos on the scene today. Her recent performances of Violetta received raves including The Daily Page declaring, “With a lovely voice, she has a compelling sense of drama. As she puts the role through its paces, she creates a Violetta of passion and vulnerability, able to move from a conflicted sense of herself, through cruel sacrifices, to profound commitments. Even before her death scene, this Violetta is really heart-wrenching. Tenor Brian Jagde, a force in his own right, will perform the role of Alfredo, while the imposing baritone Stephen Powell takes the role of Alfredo’s father, Giorgio. Other cast members include Samantha Barnes Daniel (“Flora”), Gabriel Preisser (“Baron Douphol”), Andrew Gray (“Marchese d’Obigny”), Thomas Potter (“Dottore Grenvil”) and María Laetitia (“Annina”). View full bios online at OrlandoPhil.org.
and her despair at the thought of losing all that she loves. I know this is going to be an opera that everyone will enjoy.” The Philharmonic’s production will be fully staged with sets and costumes and the orchestra positioned on stage as part of the production. The opera will be sung in Italian, with English translations projected above the stage. *** Now in its 21st season, the Orlando Philharmonic is Central Florida’s resident professional orchestra, comprised of talented musicians recruited from around the world. The Philharmonic inspires audiences with over 125 musical experiences annually, ranging from classical and chamber music concerts to pops performances, staged opera productions, outdoor concerts and education programs for all ages.
The orchestra has produced opera since the Orlando Opera closed its doors in 2009. Committed to building a sustainable future for classical music, the Philharmonic currently has a budget of $3.6 million, holds an endowment of $4 million, and has maintained a balanced budget every year of its existence. Learn more at “Verdi's score contains some of the most www.OrlandoPhil.org | @Orbeautiful music ever written. Its soaring landoPhilOrch | www.facebook. tunes reveal every nuance of the passion com/OrlandoPhilOrch Violetta and Alfredo feel for one another,” said Christopher Wilkins. “The famous falling melody that recurs many times throughout the opera represents Violetta herself, both her loving nature
On Saturday, April 12, the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra will perform Peter & The Wolf and other Musical Stories, a FREE outdoor family concert in Loch Haven Park (Princeton Ave and 17-92, Orlando), sponsored by Dr. Phillips Charities, in memory of Della Phillips. The event will include food trucks and an instrument petting zoo beginning at 4:30 p.m., pre-concert entertainment by Mr. Richard & The Pound Hounds at 4:30 p.m., and a 6 p.m. concert of animal-themed music by the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra, with a special actor/narrator from Orlando Repertory Theatre. For more information, call 407.770.0071 or visit OrlandoPhil.org
cert will be performed in honor of Della Phillips, the wife of early citrus pioneer, Dr. Philip Phillips, once the largest producer of citrus in the world. Mrs. Phillips was known for her love of classical music, especially works by Mendelssohn, and for hosting outdoor concerts on the lawn of the Phillips family home on Lake Lucerne in downtown Orlando. Mrs. Phillips’ interest in music stemmed from early training in piano and music theory while attending private schools in New Orleans and Mobile. “Della Phillips shared her love of classical music with family and friends by hosting performances of many world class musicians on the lawn of the Phillips family home,” said Ken Robinson, President of Conducted by Paul Hostetter, the concert Dr. Phillips Charities. will feature a combination of classical and contemporary storytelling music, includ- “Dr. Phillips Charities is pleased to renew ing works by Felix Mendelssohn, Aar- this tradition in her honor with sponsoron Copland, Maurice Ravel, and Nikolai ship of the Peter & The Wolf and Other MuRimsky-Korsakov as well as contemporary sical Stories. We hope this family-friendly composers Andrew Lloyd Webber and El- event will introduce classical music to a ton John. After a brief intermission, the whole new audience in the Central Florida orchestra will perform the children’s clas- community and not only entertain, but insic Peter and the Wolf, complete with nar- tellectually stimulate, children and adults ration and opportunities for audience par- alike.” ticipation. The Peter & The Wolf and Other Musical The orchestra last performed in Loch Ha- Stories is a family-friendly, alcohol-free ven Park in 2012 for their Star Spangled event. Attendees are encouraged to bring Birthday concert, an event that attracted their own picnics and seating. Leashed over 1500 audience members. pets are permitted in the park. In the case of rain, call the Orlando Philharmonic Box The concert is funded by Dr. Phillips Char- Office to confirm the concert will take place ities, with additional sponsorship from as scheduled. Parking, facebook event and Florida Hospital Government and Health other information at www.OrlandoPhil. Policy, and The Christ School. The con- org, or call 407-770-0071.
Dr. Phillips Charities presents Orlando Philharmonic’s Free Outdoor Family Concert “Peter & the Wolf and other Musical Stories”
The Art Of Activewear: Koral Reimagines Fitness With Its First Stunningly Versatile Spring/Summer Collection Activewear gets upgraded to modern, sexy with a sophisticated new trend - workout to street. Uptown sophisticate meets downtown edge: Koral introduces the fine art of activewear with their first modern collection, debuting this month. Reimagining the way fashion meets fitness, Koral creates luxurious pieces that seamlessly transition from workout to street.
From Brazilian born fashion phenom Ilana Kugel and Los Angeles fashion veteran Peter Koral, comes Koral Activewear, a high-tech, comfort-chic collection that effortlessly takes women through spin class to farmer's market then sipping at the cafe. Versatility, elegance, and figure flattering fabrics are top priority for Ilana Kugel, who combines her native Brazilian flavor with L.A. sensibility. Growing up on the spirited beaches and diverse streets of Rio de Janeiro, Kugel was inspired by the sensuous, organic shapes and urban compositions surrounding her. After studying design, swimwear was the natural progression to befit her tropical roots and new daily life on the beaches of Southern California.
fashion sheen. Other highlights include sports bras, tanks, and cropped pants that usher in the sun with eye-popping colors and mesh overlays. From Koral's Loungewear Collection, fresh proportioned crop tops, tanks, and lounge pants in lightweight French Terries and cotton slubs ooze comfort and ease, while two-way jackets and vests are set to be popular for any destination when paired with coordinating activewear.
This spring, Koral also introduces Infinity, a new revolutionary fabric that is notably comfortable, soft to the touch and durable, retaining its shape and resisting chlorine ten times more than conventional fabrics. Another new textile is Evanesce by Koral, a moisture managAn expert in design and construc- ing, body-smoothing compression tion, Kugel's understanding of how fiber built to wick away perspirato enhance the feminine shape is tion and inhibit unpleasant odors. embedded in the DNA of her sexy, edgy line of mix-and-match active- Crafted in Los Angles with the highwear and loungewear. With jump- est quality standards, Koral Activesuit sightings adorning the spring wear is available now with finer runway, she is first to evolve the retailers, including ShopBop.com, on-trend one-piece into a slimming Carbon38.com, Nordstrom.com, high performance jumpsuit. Equinox, and boutiques across the U.S. Prices range from $58.00 for a The 2014 Spring/Summer Ac- basic top to $244.00 for a zip front tivewear Collection presents an jacket. abundance of shine with Koral's standout pieces: the sexy, coveted Experience the new elegance of acjumpsuit in brushed elastane and tivewear at activewear.koral.com. Infinity leggings and shorts in high
Play with Pele! Sports Legend Pele Introduces First and Only official App
perience - which we see as the way forward for mobile gaming." Additional features include:
Football fanatics now have a chance to • Real world prizes - Everything from get closer than ever before to the legend signed soccer balls and jerseys,2014 himself with the launch of the new moFIFA World Cup final tickets (can't say bile gaming app Pele: King of Football FIFA World Cup), a chance to try out www.peleapp.com. for a pro contract and a meet-andgreet with Pele in Brazil! The engaging "flick-to-shoot" app in- • Pele Blitz - Users can play against vites users to follow in Pele's footsteps, friends and challenge the world infinding their way from the backstreets of hourly online competitions and leadBrazil all the way to the grandeur of the erboards World Stage. • Over 800 goals and challenges to complete from the backstreets to the The first-of-its-kind biographical game big leagues is free to download and features virtual players in 3D, in-game rewards which can be used to gain power-ups, and access to "The Vault" where they can view exclusive video highlights and original, never before seen interviews from Pele himself. "This is an entertaining new way to connect with my fans, especially the younger generation of football fans who never got to see me play. I look forward to sharing my life and career experiences in an interactive way with users of this app, and meeting some lucky winners one day," says Pele. "We took our love of gaming and sport and combined them to bring an entirely new fan experience to mobile gaming - giving fans the only chance to take on football legend Pele," says, Josh Blitz, Co-Founder and CEO of Cosi Productions. "Pele - King of Football is the first of its kind offering amazing real-life rewards and a visually immersive ex-
“Pelé - O Rei do Futebol é o primeiro de seu tipo que oferece incríveis recompensas na vida real e uma experiência visual envolvente, que vemos como o caminho Os fanáticos do futebol têm agora a a seguir para jogos móveis” chance de chegar mais perto do que nunca do legendario jogador com o lança- As características adicionais incluem: mento do novo aplicativo de jogos móveis Pelé: Rei do Futebol www.peleapp.com . • prémios no mundo real - desde bolas de futebol e camisetas assinadas, A envolvente app “flick-to-shoot” convida 2014 FIFA World Cup bilhetes para as os usuários a seguir os passos de Pelé, finais (não se pode dizer da Copa do por seus caminhos desde as ruelas do Mundo FIFA), a chance para experiBrasil por onde jogou ate a grandiosidamentar para um contrato profissional e de que alcançou nos estádios mundiais um meet-and-greet com Pelé no Brasil!
Pelé lança primeiro e único oficial App - Pelé: Rei do Futebol
A primeira de seu tipo biográfico de jogo é gratuita para download e apresenta jogadores virtuais em 3D, recompensas no jogo que podem ser usadas para receber power-ups, e acesso ao “The Vault”, onde podem visualizar os destaques exclusivos e originais, como fotos e entrevistas nunca antes vistas do Rei Pelé.
Esta é uma nova forma divertida de se conectar com os meus fãs, especialmente a geração mais jovem de fãs de futebol que nunca chegou a me ver jogar. Estou ansioso para compartilhar minha vida e experiências de carreira de forma interativa com os usuários deste aplicativo, e me reunir com alguns dos vencedores um dia “, diz Pele. “Nós levamos o nosso amor ao futebol e ao esporte e combinamos em uma experiência totalmente nova para os fãs de jogos para celulares - dando a eles a única chance de assumir a lenda do futebol Pelé”, diz, Josh Blitz, Co-fundador e CEO da Cosi Productions.
• Pelé Blitz - Os usuários podem jogar contra amigos e desafiar o mundo em competições por hora online e leaderboards • Mais de 800 metas e desafios para completar a partir das ruelas à grandes ligas
Orlando City SC announced today that the club will provide live online broadcasts in both English and Portuguese language for each OCSC home game in 2014. City has made notions of their aspirations to become a global brand and becomes the first professional sports team in the United States to provide online broadcasts in both English and Portuguese.
With Da Silva coming on board as the majority owner in 2013, Orlando City has been keen on becoming a prominent brand not only within the United States but also outside of the nation’s borders as well. Last year, the club launched an Orlando City Brasil Facebook page which has already climbed to over 700,000 likes. The Portuguese broadcasts will begin with the Lions’ match against the Rochester Rhinos on Saturday, April 5. Kickoff for City’s match against the Rhinos is set for 7:30 p.m. EST.
To provide the Portuguese commentary for the broadcast, the club has hired former TV Globo and SportTV commentator Marcos Peres. A native of Brazil, Peres has extensive knowledge in international communications having previ- To tune in to the Portuguese broadcast, ously reported on a variety of high-pro- visit YouTube.com/OrlandoCityBrasil file sporting events and teams.
ORLANDO CITY SOCCER ANUNCIA JOGOS NARRADOS EM PORTUGUÊS O Orlando City SC anunciou hoje que o clube vai oferecer transmissões online ao vivo em Inglês e Português para cada jogo em casa durante 2014. O Orlando City sempre teve aspirações de se tornar uma marca global e torna-se o primeiro time de futebol profissional nos Estados Unidos a fornecer transmissões online em Inglês e Português. Para realizar esse sonho de narrar também em Português para a transmissão de seu jogos locais, o clube contratou o ex- TV Globo e SportTV comentarista Marcos Peres. O comentarista brasileiro Marcos Peres tem amplo conhecimento em comunicações internacionais tendo anteriormente relatado uma enorme variedade de eventos esportivos de alto perfil e equipes. Com Flavio Augusto Da Silva vindo a bordo como o acionista majoritário em 2013, o Orlando City tem se esforçado em tornar-se uma marca de destaque, não só dentro dos Estados Unidos, mas também fora das fronteiras do país. No ano passado, o clube lançou uma página do Orlando City Brasil Facebook, que já tem mais de 700 mil likes. As transmissões em português começarão com o jogo contra o Rochester Rhinos no sábado, 5 de abril. O pontapé inicial para a partida contra o Rhinos está marcada para 19:30 EST. Para sintonizar a transmissão em Português, visite www.YouTube.com/OrlandoCityBrasil
Orlando Magic Launches Google Glass Technology In-Game to Enhance Fan Experience Magic remains focused on customer experience and technology To further engage and enhance the fan experience, the Orlando Magic is unveiling Google Glass technology for the Magic’s matchup with the Brooklyn Nets on Wednesday, April 9. The Google Glass in-game experience, in partnership with the software platform CrowdOptic, will capture new and unique perspectives of the in-game experience in real time and instantly share these views for all fans to see through Magic Vision, the tallest high-definition video board in an NBA venue. Magic fans will experience the game through the eyes of a variety of Magic talent and in-game performers. In future games, fans throughout the night will be surprised with random one-ofa-kind Orlando Magic experiences and their reactions to winning these prizes will be captured for the entire arena to see. “The Magic is always looking for new ways to engage and enhance the fan experience,” said Magic CEO Alex Martins. “Google Glass and CrowdOptic provide a unique and organic opportunity for fans to see a different viewpoint of the game. We are excited to test this technology with some of the savviest fans in the league.” The experience will be powered by CrowdOptic, a software platform which analyzes the real-time Google Glass feeds and curates them by their subject mat-
ter and quality, exporting only the highest quality live footage to the scoreboard. CrowdOptic’s ability to analyze where mobile and wearable devices are aimed allows future opportunities, such as optimizing in-seat arena services or providing fans the option to control their own broadcast. The Magic and Amway Center have been recognized for their efforts in the areas of technology and customer service receiving TheStadiumBusiness Awards’ 2013 Customer Experience Award and being named the 2012 Sports Facility of the Year by the SportsBusiness Journal.
"The Orlando Magic is on the forefront of technology adoption for fan enhancement,â€? said CrowdOptic CEO Jon Fisher. â€œCrowdOptic is pleased to bring Google Glass to the Magic to further enhance their in-arena experience."
board in an NBA venue and multiple premium amenities available to all patrons in the building. The more than 1,100 screens of high-definition content via Internet Protocol Television and a state-of-the-art digital signage network which maximizes fan engagement and interaction, distributes an unprecedented amount of patron inWith the Magicâ€™s home, Amway Center, being formation, as well as providing unlimited opporlargely focused on technology and the custom- tunities for advertisers and sponsors. er-experience, Google Glass provides another avenue to continue growing this area for the team. Magic Vision is a Daktronics center-hung scoreThe Leadership in Energy and Environmental board which includes four primary high definiDesign (LEED) Gold certified Amway Center fea- tion LED video displays with 840 lines of resotures a sustainable, environmentally-friendly de- lution, eight auxiliary video/scoring/statistics sign and unmatched technology, featuring 1,100 displays and two LED ring displays. digital monitors, the tallest high-definition video The venue is the first in the world to utilize high resolution 6 mm surface mount LED pixel technology on all of the center-hung digital displays. More than 9 million individual LEDs are used in the 18 displays incorporated into the center-hung scoreboard. Overall dimensions of the center-hung scoreboard are 42 feet by 41 feet by 41 feet (HxWxD), making it the tallest and most capable of any in NBA venues.
Victor Oladipo and his Google Glasses
Orlando Magic Players and Coaches Sign for the Central Florida Community
Orlando Magic players and coaches signed items during the teamâ€™s second internal autograph session on Thursday, March 27. Each season, the entire Magic team autographs more than 1,000 items for schools, nonprofit organizations and other charitable events. The items signed included photos, basketballs, jerseys, shoes and a variety of Magic paraphernalia all autographed using the official autograph marker of the Orlando Magic, Dixon Ticonderoga Redisharp Permanent Marker. The value of the exclusive autographed items is approximately $130,000. The items are distributed into the community during the season to assist charitable endeavors. The Orlando Magic celebrates 25 years of Magic basketball both on and off the court. The Magicâ€™s commitment to Central Florida is celebrated in its Silver Season with 25 years of giving through more than $40 million donated to the local community by way of event sponsorships, donated tickets, autographed mer-
chandise, scholarships and grants over the years. Through a quarter century of giving, Magic community programs have impacted nearly two million total youth
along with more than 5,000 player and community ambassador appearances. The Magic continues its quest to be champions on the court and in the community and looks toward a city that flourishes through a collab-
orative effort of the Magicâ€™s coaches, players, employees, partners, fans and Central Floridians. To learn more about the Magicâ€™s community efforts, please visit http://www.nba.com/magic/magic-in-the-community.
David Yurman Unveils New Orlando Boutique
avid Yurman, America's premier fine jewelry and timepiece designer, unveiled a new boutique at the Mall at Millenia in Orlando. This retail location replaces the company's former store in the same mall, offering guests a larger, yet intimate shopping experience.
The design was conceptualized by the renowned architectural firm of Gabellini Sheppard Associates. The new store will expand to 1,993 square-feet and will feature classically modern architecture. Modeled after an artist's workshop, every element of the interior thoughtfully reflects the brand's luxurious yet relaxed aesthetic. The boutique will carry David Yurman's classic collections, including gold and sterling silver designs for women and men; Cable Kids速; timepieces; and the Wedding Collection. Newly launched collections will also be available, including the Hampton Cable Collection速, Starburst Collection, and pieces from the Petite Pave Collection, as well as the Frontier Collection and Chevron Collection for men. The new Orlando boutique is located on the second floor of the Mall at Millenia at 4200 Conroy Road.
World First Solo Show For Kim Keever 'Underwater' Abstracts Opens At Waterhouse & Dodd, New York Startling and beautiful photographic images, generated by releasing and exploding paint pigment in a 200 gallon water tank, are to feature in a oneman show at the prestigious Waterhouse & Dodd's Upper East Side gallery in Manhattan from 2(nd) April to 6(th) May. Created by leading New York artist Kim Keever, the 'Kim Keever: Abstracts' exhibition represents a world first showcase for the latest series of photographs created by the artist in his New York studio. Keever, whose works are represented in many of the major museums and collections around the United States, has developed a unique process through which he creates photographs that capture the explosions of color and form resulting from the release of paint pigments into his huge studio water tank.
“I’ve always lived near the water, whether it was the Eastern Shore of Virginia, Chicago or New York City. There’s a peaceful attraction to the flat rippling surface and the mysteries below. Once I started taking photographs of constructed landscapes submerged in water in a 200-gallon aquarium, I realized I had found my signature work as an artist,” he said. Keever recently dispensed with the landscape elements altogether and started working only with colored paint pigment dropped into the water and photographing the event. “It is a very freeing process. I can explore color and form like never before, albeit through random events since I have very little control once the paint starts moving. Aside from the continued use of water in a tank surrounded by lights,
"Existing collectors and new converts alike will find this show compelling viewing; Keever's work is unique. His earlier landscapes are at first glance redolent of the Hudson River School and are more structured, while the new abstract images, with the paint dispersing through the water more randomly, are more colorful and modern," said Ray Waterhouse, principal of Waterhouse & Dodd. "And they are so affordable, starting at around $3,000." Keever, who originally studied thermal engineering and worked with NASA, combines his knowledge of science with his artwork, allowing him to understand better the properties of the materials he is
working with. His work is held by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Museum of Modern Art, New York; Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn; Hirshhorn Museum, Washington, DC; Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia and others. He currently lives and works in New York City. Private View: Tuesday, April 1, 6-8pm, by invitation only Exhibition: April 2 - May 6 Opening Hours: Monday - Friday 10-6, Saturday 11-5 Exhibition Website: http://www. waterhousedodd.com/exhibitions/keever_ solo_show
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BURSTING WITH LIFE The Photography of Gabriel Wickbold By Coralie Claeysen-Gleyzon, Curator of Jai Gallery
Gabriel Wickbold’s art is fundaThe explosions of paint mentally Brazilian. It talks of the echo explosions of sexualpassion, colors, sensuality and ity” he says. The mere fact flamboyance associated with that he often uses his fingers Brazil and its genuine people. to paint on the naked faces and bodies only adds to the inherent sensuality of the images. I first discovered Wickbold’s work while researching interna- Sexual Colors reached worldtional photographers for a local wide recognition in 2010 and exhibition, and I was immediate- has not stopped gaining valuly taken with the young Brazil- able coverage since. ian’s vibrant images, bursting with life and energy. Wickbold is a self-taught photographer and he believes this explains why there are no bounds In Sexual Colors, his naked to his creativity. He is free to let models are drenched in paint. his imagination run wild. And This has been a 5 year-long wild it is! Wickbold’s latest work project in which Wickbold looks entitled Sans Tache [meaning at how the body can become a “unstained” in French] encapcanvas or even more: a base, a sulates living crickets and flies platform, a space for an instal- in framed artworks; a process lation. in which the bugs end up eating away precious photographic prints representing bodies Wickbold pours or throws paint floating in the air. at his models, but he also paints on them with brushes and his This method of deterioration of fingers to create interesting vi- the artwork is both controlled sual variations. The colors are and uncontrollable. bold. The project daring.
By enclosing the bugs in the frame, Wickbold willingly acknowledges and encourages an accelerated decay of the work; however he cannot control its evolution and the way the print is affected by the process. The result is beyond two-dimensional photographic work: it is a living installation and a performance, evolving on a daily basis, which may result eventually in an empty frame. The theme is that of life itself: forever evolving, disintegrating, and changing into something new.
In May this year Wickboldâ€™s largescale work (pieces sized at 110cm x160 cm) will be exhibited in an important show traveling from Rio, Sao Paulo to Porto Alegre. To discover more about Gabriel Wickboldâ€™s work and talent, and for information on his upcoming exhibitions, visit : www.gabrielwickbold.com.br
Wickbold is an artist who throws himself into his creative impulses and embraces them entirely. The work is compelling and intense. It is not for the faint-hearted.
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A French Man in Brazil
By Suzana Jardim Europe Art Editor
Dominique Lecomte an artist who occupies the arriving in Brazil at age 23. chair 153 Mondia Academy of Art . What did you learn with painting? I found Dominique Lecomte between sever- Art taught me how to live and be in a psychoal intelligent comments and art in Facebook logically complicated and illogical society ... conversations. After awhile we decided to taught me to develop my own philosophy of become friends and in my travels I've always life so I could balance my emotions and feelhad a good friend to talk . The deepness of his ings in an aggressive social context, allowing works of art and surprising beauty, as if not me to handle better(?), to relate with others enough the docility and intelligence in the lack of comprehention, which always has disturbed me, still does, causing a feeling of bedeepest conversations. ing marginalized. The art was and is a faithful Dominique is a French native who adopted companion throughout my emotional, psyBrazil as his land many years ago. He lives in chological, philosophical and " parasexual" a city known by few in the state of São Paulo, relationship ... not only financial, but nothing the City of Catanduva, that I had the opportu- is perfect ... lol ) nity to know in the 90s .
What is the philosophy of your work? Could simply say that the philosophy of my work is the philosophy of my life... But I think it is more representative of the consequences of my philosophy of life ...Lately, much of my work is based in the unconscious, the observation of my work and the reactions it causes, say that it is “ Existentialism “ in question” or “as a question”...
Last February, I had the pleasure to read in a publication that he was invited to honor his art with a specific chair at the Mondial Academy of Art. I strongly believe that the recognition of an artist at this level in life is one of the greatest honors an artist can receive, after all performing in repeated expositions several times around the world is an achievement, but are events that enrich the curriculum and experience of the artist, although, receive the How did this journey come about? honor of an Academy of Arts in the center of My life journey as an artist was totally by the art world is a historical fact that makes the leaps and bounds ... The only goal we had work of an artist to be celebrated forever . When did painting has invade your life? Art has always been part of my life ... at first as a joke , as occupational therapy for punishment ... then became an escape from my reality, puberty and adolescence (think, to some extent, still is). In a row, appeared as a mode of expression to become a life goal . I started painting oil at age 20, when I got my box of oil paints and started my career when
was to all artists ( I suppose), which was to be recognized as such, to have the feeling that “ did not talk to the walls “ when I expressed picturalmente ... and , of course , to be able to live worthily of my art. But the path to that is tortuous and very meaty . The life of an artist is not easy, requiring many sacrifices and perseverance, stubbornness not to say ...
What are the most memorable of recognition?
For me to be invited to occup in a Mondial Academy of A great achievement, the achi of a vocational goal. Receiving an invitation t made by â€‹â€‹ a serious entity, dir highly skilled people is a rec of my value for my work an dubious views that has nothi with Fine Arts ..... makes me all the sacrifices have been w did not live my ideal wonde the greatest of all the awards
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Encontrei Dominique Lecomte em diversos comentários inteligentes e de arte pelas conversas de Facebook. Assim resolvemos ser amigos e em minhas viagens sempre tive um bom amigo a dialogar. Suas obras de arte absolutamente profundas e surpreendentes, como se não bastasse a sua docilidade no tratamento e inteligência de diálogos dos mais profundos. Dominique é um Francês que adotou o Brasil como sua Terra há muitos anos e vive em uma cidade por poucos conhecida no interior do Estado de São Paulo, Catanduva. Cidade esta que já tive a oportunidade de conhecer nos idos da década de 90. Agora em Fevereiro de 2014 tive a grata satisfação de ver uma publicação na qual humildemente informou aos amigos ter sido convidado a Honrar sua arte com uma cadeira específica na Academia Mondial de Arte. Acredito muito que o reconhecimento de um artista neste patamar em vida é uma das grandes honrarias que um artista pode receber, afinal fazer exposições repetidas vezes pelo mundo é uma conquista, mas são eventos que enriquecem o currículo e a experiência de mercado, mas receber uma honraria de uma Academia de Artes do centro do mundo das artes é um fato histórico que faz a obra de um artista começar de novo e para sempre.
Dominique Lecomte um artista que ocupa a cadeira 153 da Academia Mondia de Arte.
Quando a pintura invadiu a sua vida?
como tal, para ter a sensação que "não falava para as paredes" quando me expressava picturalmente... e, é claro, para conseguir viver dignamente da minha Arte. Mas o caminho para isso é tortuoso e muito ingrato. A vida de artista plástico não é nada fácil, exigindo muitos sacrifícios e perseverança, para não dizer teimosia...
A arte sempre fez parte da minha vida... no início como brincadeira, como terapia ocupacional durante os castigos... Depois, se tornou uma fuga da minha realidade, na puberdade e adolescência (acho que, até certo ponto, continua sendo). Em seguido, apareceu como modo de expressão até se tornar um objetivos de vida. Comecei a pintar à óleo aos 20 anos, quando ganhei minha caixa de Quais são os momentos mais marcantes de tintas à óleo e iniciei minha carreira ao che- reconhecimento ? gar no Brasil aos 23 anos. Para mim, ser convidado a ocupar uma cadeira numa Academia Mondial de Arte, repO que aprendeu com a pintura? A arte me ensinou como viver e conviver resenta uma grande conquista, a realização numa sociedade psicologicamente complica- de um objetivo profissional. da e ilógica... me ensinou a desenvolver minha Receber um convite desse, feito por uma enprópria filosofia de vida para que possa equil- tidade séria, dirigida por pessoas altamente ibrar minhas emoções e sentimentos num capacitadas é um reconhecimento do meu contexto social agressivo, me permitiu lidar valor, pelo meu trabalho e não por exibições melhor possível (?), com a incompreensão al- duvidosas que nada tem a ver com Artes heia que sempre provocava em mim (ainda Plásticas.....Me faz sentir que tudo os sacriprovoca), a sensação de ser marginalizado. fícios terão valido a pena, que não vivi o meu A Arte foi e é uma fiel companheira durante ideal a toa....É o maior de todos os Prêmios. toda minha vida num relacionamento afetivo, psicológico, filosófico e "parasexual"... só Como é ser um artista que atua no mundo? não foi financeiro, mas nada é perfeito... rs) Agora, o que significa na minha Arte ? Tirando o maior prazer de trabalhar, de continuar, não mudará nada.... Eu fui convidado pela minha obra do jeito que é, e portanto, Qual é a filosofia da sua obra ? Poderia simplesmente dizer que a filosofia da não há razão para modificá-la..... Apenas minha obra é a filosofia da minha vida... Mas continuar como antes, ou seja, sempre tentar creio que seja mais uma representante das fazer melhor, sem preocupação com a produtividade.... Honrar o convite recebido em consequências da minha filosofia de vida... Ultimamente, trabalho muito na base do in- respeito á Mondial Art Academia e à minha consciente, e, ao observar o meu trabalho e as própria Arte. reações que ele provoca, diria que se trata do "Existencialismo" "em" questão ou "como" Espero ter respondido a altura das suas per"questão"... guntas ( só para constar e entre nos.... é a primeira vez em anos de entrevistas que recebo Como se deu este percurso de vida? O meu percurso de vida como artista foi to- perguntas sensatas e inteligentes... Foi um talmente aos trancos e barrancos... O úni- prazer responder.). co objetivo que tinha era o de todos os artistas (suponho), que era ser reconhecido
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O Artista Gilberto Gomes
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Por Edmundo Cavalcanti
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http://www.artedeedmundo.com Nascido Gilberto Geraldo dos Santos Gomes (16 de outubro de 1955) em Aparecida, SP, muito deveria ser falado sobre a vida e a obra de Gilberto Gomes, exímio pintor, retratista, desenhista, professor, ilustrador, gravador, escultor e restaurador. Há 50 anos vem se dedicando às Artes Plásticas, construindo entre São Paulo, Bahia e Rio de Janeiro, uma brilhante carreira artística, com o nome ligado a uma trajetória reconhecida nacionalmente e que para orgulho de nosso país, com destacada repercussão internacional, tanto como artista plástico quanto como crítico de arte escrevendo para jornais e revistas.
Originário de família simples, desde criança começa a estudar artes com o renomado escultor Teixeira Machado. Sua obra densa e polifacetada se alicerça em notáveis esculturas, desenhos e pinturas que passam pelas escolas do expressionismo, figurativismo, abstracionismo sem se comprometer com qualquer expressão artística de maneira pontual. Com preferência pelas cores azul, branco e dourado, muitos e variados são os temas inspirativos de Gilberto Gomes, que vão desde momentos históricos até paisagens e emocionantes retratos de personalidades que marcaram a história do Brasil e da humanidade.
com ele.Posteriormente na Bahia, frequentou os ateliês de Rescála, Carlos Bastos, Carybé e dos alemães Rainer e Karl Hansen. Nesse meio tempo é escolhido por aclamação a Presidente do Foto Cine Clube da Bahia, trabalhando ao lado de José Mário Peixoto Costa Pinto e Arnol Conceição, promovendo Salões Nacionais e Internacionais de Fotografia. Nessa época conhece Glauber Rocha e Geraldo Sarno.
Professor de desenho e pintura dos Cursos de Extensão (Prodesca - Cachoeira - BA) da Universidade Federal da Bahia Jorge Amado quando conheceu sua e da Oficina de Artes da Universidade obra, comentou: "Pareceu-me estar di- Estadual de Feira de Santana, entre os ante de um pintor de sensibilidade e anos de 1976 a 1984. ofício. Suas telas demonstram a qualidade de um artista sério, que busca O livro “Contando a Arte de Gilberto sua expressão própria". O pintor Carlos Gomes”, foi lançado pela Editora Noovha Bastos, também de Salvador, escreveu América. São Paulo – SP – 2006 que faz em 1978: “[...] jovem entre São Félix e parte da Coleção do mesmo nome, que Cachoeira deixa entrever a sua pintu- tem dentre outros, Portinari, Di Cavalra, algo das cidades velhas e barrocas; canti, Djanira, Aldemir Martins e Wala sua exuberância tropical parada no domiro de Deus. tempo”... Gilberto Gomes é artista catalogado em Gilberto Gomes também é músico. Na diversos segmentos culturais nacionais década de 1970, atuou como Contra- e internacionais, dentre eles o Benezit, baixista em várias Bandas. Tocou com Paris, França e International Dictionary Fauze Andare, vencedor de uma das Of Artists – EUA. No Brasil está presente edições do Festival da MPB em Piraci- no Dicionário de Pintores Brasileiros – caba - SP e Pouso Alegre - MG, além de Walmir Ayala – 1986 – Artes Plásticas acompanhar grandes nomes também Brasil – Julio Louzada, Dicionário de Arda MPB, nesta mesma época. tistas Plásticos Brasileiros – Constantino Hoje é Tecladista que nas horas vagas, Cury – São Paulo – 2005, dentre outros curte a música que também nasceu livros e enciclopédias de Arte.
Possui também vasta obra publicada a nível nacional, como duas emissões de Bilhetes da Loteria Federal da Caixa e uma série de cartões telefônicos da Telefônica! Em 2012 o artista recebeu a Medalha Olímpica de Ouro nas Olimpíadas de Londres – Mostra Internacional denominada Olympic Fine Arts – Royal Museu Of London, ao lado de 500 artistas selecionados dos 80 Países participantes convidados. Esta Mostra faz parte de todos os Jogos Olímpicos, desde Beijin na China, como forma de unir a Arte ao Esporte! Detentor de prêmios em Exposições e Salões de Arte Preludio e Fuga 2002 no Brasil e Exterior, possuindo dentre outros, Medalha de Ouro, Medalha de Honra, Menção Honrosa, Comenda e Medalha de Dom Quixote, Medalha do Mérito Cultural da UNAP e diversas Salas Especiais, ao lado de grandes artistas brasileiros. Possui também um vasto currículo com participações em centenas de eventos. Gilberto Gomes pertence a várias Entidades Culturais Brasileiras, dentre elas a Associação Paulista de Belas Artes e a Sociedade Brasileira de Belas Artes.
Ver sua arte é quebrar as molduras e romper as formas na busca do sentido do mundo represenClaude Monet 2010 tado pela sensibilidade de um artista singular”.
Alexandre Marcos Lourenço Barbosa - Historiador e Autor do Livro "Contando a Arte de Gilberto Gomes" - Editora Noovha América - São Paulo - SP - 2006. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gilberto.gomes.94651
Gilberto Geraldo Gomes dos Santos born on October 16th, 1955 in Aparecida, S.P. Brazil. A lot can be said about Gilberto Gomes life and work, accomplished painter, portrait artist, designer, teacher, illustrator, engraver, sculptor and restorer. Fifty years of life dedicated to Fine Arts between Sao Paulo, Bahia and Rio de Janeiro, a brilliant artistic career, nationally recognized with international reputationboth as an artist and as an art critic writing for newspapers and magazines. Originally from a small family, as a child he begin to study art with the renowned sculptor Teixeira Machado. Its dense and multifaceted work is grounded in remarkable sculptures and paintings that passed by schools of expressionism, figurative, abstraction without committing to any artistic expression in a timely manner. With preference for the blue, white and gold, many and varied colors are inspirational themes for Gilberto Gomes, ranging from historical moments and landscapes and
exciting portraits of person- from his time. Today de keyalities that marked the histo- boards in his spare time, enry of Brazil and of humanity . joying music a talent that was also born in him . When Jorge Amado met his work, commented: " It Later in Bahia, attended the seemed to be facing a paint- workshops Rescala, Carer sensitivity and craft. His los Bastos, Carybé, German paintings demonstrate the Rainer and Karl Hansen. In quality of a serious artist, the meantime he was chowho has his own expression." sen by acclamation as the Foto Cine Clube President Artist Carlos Bastos, from of Bahia, working alongside Salvador-Bahia-Brazil,also José Mário Peixoto Costa Pinwrote in 1978 : " [ ... ]young to and Arnol to Conception, artist, between Cachoeira promoting National and Inand São Félix hints through ternational Salons of Photoghis paintings something of raphy. At that time he met the old and baroque cities ; Glauber Rocha and Geraldo its tropical exuberance fro- Sarno . zen in time " ... Gilberto Gomes is also a musician. In the 1970s, he served as bassist in various bands. Played with Fauze Andare, winner of one of the editions of the MPB Festival in Piracicaba - SP and Pouso Alegre - MG, besides playing with the big names on MPB,
Drawing and Painting Course Extension Professor (Prodesca-Waterfall-BA), at Federal University of Bahia and the Office of Arts at State University of Feira de Santana, between the years of 1976 and 1984 . The book " Telling the Art by Gilberto Gomes " was launched by Publisher Noovha America. São Paulo - SP - 2006 is part of the collection of the same name, which has, among others, Portinari, Di Cavalcanti, Djanira, Aldemir Martins and Waldomiro de Deus. Gilberto Gomes is cataloged in various national and international cultural segments, including the Bénézit, Paris, France and International Dictionary Of Artists - USA. In Brazil he is
present in the dictionary of Brazilian Painters - Walmir Ayala - 1986 - Fine Arts Brazil - Julio Louzada, Dictionary of Brazilian Artists - Constantine Cury - São Paulo - 2005, among other books and encyclopedias of Art.
pics - Shows International called Olympic Fine rts Royal Museum Of London , hand selected 500 artists from 80 countries invited to the participants.
This exhibition is part of every Olympic Games since Beijin China, as a way of It also has vast work pub- uniting the Arts and the lished nationally as two is- Sports! sues of the Federal Lottery Ticket Box and a series of Facebook: https://www. phone cards withTelefon- faceb o ok.com/gilb er to. ica!In 2012 the artist re- gomes.94651 ceived the Olympic Gold Medal at the London Olym-
“Exposição homenageia o numa obra de excelente qualidade, e importante, em comemoração ao deDescobrimento do Brasil” quando o artista precisa de uma boa scobrimento do Brasil, e em uma gale-
“O Mar é uma extensão de água salgada conectada com um Oceano”. E foi assim, que por Mares nunca Dantes Navegados, os portugueses chegaram ao Brasil e a outros continentes.”.
Na charmosa Galeria para Exposições, do belíssimo edifício neocolonial da sede da Casa de Portugal em São Paulo, com a presença de inúmeros e seletos convidados, a “AnjosArtGallery”, realizou no último 3 de abril um caloroso vernissage da exposição coletiva “Tanto Mar”, sob a curadoria da conhecida galerista e artista plástica Maria dos Anjos Oliveira. Homenageando o descobrimento do Brasil e comemorando o dia 22 de abril, um grupo de 15 talentosos artistas selecionados, uns já de renome nacional e internacional e outros mostrando orgulhosamente pela primeira vez sua precocidade artística, num dos espaços expositivos mais destacados da capital do Estado de São Paulo, estarão expondo suas brilhantes obras até o dia 31 de Abril. “Tanto Mar”, uma exposição que ficará marcada pela alta qualidade do conjunto das diversas técnicas e estilos dos seus expositores, Uma exposição imperdível! Dos artistas participantes, duas delas já foram motivo de entrevistas em edições anteriores da revista, são elas Izabel Litiere e Lari Namaste. Aproveitamos a ocasião para conversar com Maria dos Anjos de Oliveira a curadora e organizadora do evento: Maria, o que te motivou a criar este evento em homenagem ao descobrimento do Brasil? Maria: O motivo para criar este evento, foi baseado nas comemorações ao Descobrimento do Brasil, juntando assim mais um punhado de artistas e suas obras, numa completa confraternização de ideias e tendências. Qual o critério para escolha dos artistas e suas obras? Maria: O critério é sempre baseado
chance para mostrar o seu trabalho ria tão conceituada como essa. e não há um tema definido, o artista mostra o que realmente sabe fazer. Quais os planos de ambas para o futuro? Larissa: Quanto aos planos para o fuMuitos artistas brasileiros estão ex- turo, penso muito em expandir meu pondo seus trabalhos fora do Brasil e trabalho para o maior número de pescom sucesso, Inclusive, você esta pro- soas possível, para passar minhas menmovendo em maio uma exposição em sagens de bem estar e positividade e Sevilha-Espanha e convidando artistas permitir que a terapia das cores seja aqui do Brasil para participarem. absorvida pelos apreciadores da arte, Qual a razão que estes artistas estão ex- que é uma comunicação ainda não pondo seus trabalhos no exterior? muito bem compreendida, mas definitivamente sentida. Será porque os europeus mais especificamente, valorizam e admiram mais uma Watusi: É poder levar um pouquinho obra de arte, seja pintura, escultura, etc? da minha arte para varias regiões, naMaria: A razão principal para o artista cional e internacionalmente também... brasileiro expor no exterior, é porque a qualidade de nossos artistas é admi- Local: Galeria Casa de Portugal rada lá fora, o artista precisa fazer um Endereço: Av. Liberdade, 602-Liberbom currículo e assim, ter a chance de dade- São Paulo/SP. expor suas obras em galerias brasilei- Período de 03 até 31 de Abril (entrada ras de qualidade. franca) É fato que o europeu admira e valoriza sim a arte brasileira, eu mesma tenho Artistas participantes do projeto uma galeria na Europa, especializada Bia Martins em Arte Latino Americana, principal- Celina Lima Verde mente a boa arte brasileira. Elza Carvalho Conversamos também com as jovens Elsa Oliveira artistas Lari Namaste e Watusi Caruli: Edmundo Cavalcanti Francisco Borges O que vocês estão sentindo em relação Inês Trezza de serem as mais jovem artistas a partic- Izabel Litieri ipar desta exposição.? Lari Namastê Larissa: É gratificante poder estar fa- Marcia Baratto zendo parte de uma exposição na Casa Olivia Carnevale de Portugal ao lado de artistas mais ex- Osmar Carboni perientes e há mais tempo na carrei- T. Machado ra das artes visuais. O fato de ser mais Ugolina jovem, entretanto, não causa dispari- Watusi Carulli dade nem receio, pois há artistas que Kazuhe Shizuro iniciam a vida profissional nas artes já depois de aposentados, enquanto out- Fotos: Sandra Lozano /Mario Giuseppe ros crescem pintando. Acredito que to- Melchiore-Melk dos estão sempre em igualdade, basta AnjosArtGalerry ter vontade de abrir a janela da alma. Facebook: https://www.facebook. Watusi: Para mim é um enorme praz- com/AnjosArtGallery er poder participar junto com pessoas Casa de Portugal Instituição Cultural experientes e grandes nomes da arte, Site: http://www.casadeportugalsp. fico extremamente lisonjeada e gra- com.br/ ta por ter sido escolhida para participar de uma exposição tão importante E.Cavalcanti como essa, e com tema também tão
A Arte de â€œTanto Marâ€?
Maria dos Anjos Oliveira Curadora
Artista Francisco Borges e a Direita Artista Bia Martins
Artista Osmar Carboni
Artista Izabel Litieri
Artista Marcia Baratto
Artista Fatima Matinho
Artista Kazuhe Tiruzu
Da topo a direita, Artista Elza Carvalho, Olivia Carnevale, Lari N
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X132 HELLCAT Engine X132 Copperhead; 132 cubic inches (2,163 cc); 56° Fuel Injected V-Twin; 4.4” Bore x 4.4” Stroke; One-piece Forged Crank; Journal Bearing Design Power Torque: > 150 Foot Pounds Horsepower: > 132 BHP
Rear: Pirelli Diablo Rosso 190/55 ZR Brakes Front: Dual Beringer 4 Piston AEROTEC Radial Calipers; Dual Beringer AERONAL Floating Stainless Steel Discs Rear: Single 2 Piston Brembo Monobloc Caliper; Cross-drilled Brembo Stainless Steel Disc
Lighting 5.75” Round LED Headlamp; Integrated Unitized Case High Beam, Low Beam, Running Lights; Machined 6061 Aircraft-Grade Billet Alu- LED Tail Lamp, Brake, Running Lights, minum Blinker System Transmission Fuel Cell Confederate Patented 5-Speed Close Ra- Confederate Proprietary Design; Deeptio; Patented Output Shaft Bearing Sup- drawn Steel; 4.75 Gallon Capacity port System Instrumentation Chassis Motogadget Precision Analogue Tachom3” 120 Wall Hard Steel Backbone; 3” 120 eter; Digital Speed, Status Wall Hard Steel Down Tube; Hand Tig Welded Fabrication Geometry Wheelbase: 62.5” ; Rake: 23.5 Degrees; Suspension Trail: 3.8” Front: Custom Marzocchi RAC 50mm Fork; Rebound and Compression Adjust- Ergonomics able for Low and High Speed Actuation Controls: Mid-Rear; Clip-On & 2” Rise Rear: Custom Race Tech Coil-Over-Shock; 1” Back Clip-On; Seating: Solo Seat; Seat Rebound and Compression Adjustable Height: 30” for Low and High Speed Actuation Weight Wheels 500 lbs Carbon Fiber; Front: 3.5” x 17”; Rear: 6”x 17” Price $55,000.00 USD Tires Front: Pirelli Diablo Rosso 120/70 ZR;
Receita fácil de Mousse de Maracujá
2 xícaras (chá) de suco concentrado de maracujá 2 envelopes de gelatina sem sabor 1 xícara (chá) de água fria 2 xícaras (chá) de água fervente 1 xícara (chá) de açúcar 1 xícara (chá) de creme de leite sem soro Modo de Preparo Em uma tigela, hidrate a gelatina na água fria. Adicione a água fervente e mexa até dissolver completamente. Leve para gelar até que se obtenha a consistência de clara de ovo. Coloque a gelatina no liquidificador, acrescente os demais ingredientes e bata bem até ficar espumosa. Distribua em taças e leve à geladeira até ficar completamente firme. Essa receita é ideal para os dias de calor que se aproximam...... Para mais dicas e receitas acessem o site www.culinariafacil.com
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