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Events, Exhibits, and Sites

  • Reflections of Time II in Historic Winter Garden - Explores African American artists from Winter Garden and surrounding areas, and demonstrates how their works serve as a testament in preserving time. (Through February 29th)
  • African Americans and The Arts Exhibit at the Orlando City Hall Terrace Gallery - Showcasing the diverse richness of African American history and heritage through the visual arts. (Through March 31st)
  • ZORA! Festival - America’s longest-running arts and humanities festival celebrating the cultural contributions of people of African ancestry throughout the diaspora. (Through October)
  • Zora Neale Hurston National Museum of Fine Arts - Museum exhibits that are centered on individuals of African descent, from the diaspora and the United States. The Hurston also features exhibitions to highlight emerging artists.
  • Wells’Built Museum of African American History and Culture - A look into Orlando’s African American heritage.
  • Historic Eatonville - The first self-governing All-Black municipalities in the United States.
  • Hannibal Square - Celebrating Winter Park’s Historic African American West Side through art installations, as well as educational programs that explore the African-American experience, Black heritage, cultural preservation, and Southern folklore.
  • Tinker Field History Plaza - Baseball field used by Hall of Famers including Jackie Robinson, Rod Carew, and Hank Aaron. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. also gave his only speech in Central Florida, “Integration Now”, from the pitcher’s mound.
  • Luminary Green Memorials - Celebrates and shines a light on community Luminaries, those who have preceded us but who lived lives exemplified with service to the Parramore Community.