Attendees of the 47th annual edition of Maitland Rotary Art in Lake Lily Park, Florida, can look forward to a free event with a variety of activities. From the Maitland Art Center, one of five museums that form the city's cultural corridor, to the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art, there are plenty of opportunities to explore the city's cultural gems. With more than 130 artists expected to showcase and sell their art, visitors can find discounts and deals to make their experience even more enjoyable. The Maitland Rotary Club is hosting the 46th edition of the Maitland Rotary Arts Festival, “Art Under the Stars”.
The 10-day show will take place from April 14 to 23, mainly on the grounds of the Enzian, a single-screen art cinema located in a three-acre Maitland enclave in the shade of oak trees. The event will include a children's area with games, knotted dyed t-shirts and DIY art with the help of the staff of the Crealdé School of Art, a “quick drawing” art competition organized by the Albin Polasek Museum, sculpture gardens, live music and yoga for children and adults (bring a rug) and education on composting and recycling. The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art regularly invites renowned scholars in the field of late 19th and early 20th century art to speak on topics related to the museum's collection and exhibitions. With almost 20,000 inhabitants today, Maitland is known for its beautiful lakes, its strong schools and the artist colony that the architect and painter Jules André Smith established there in 1937. A&H is the abbreviation for the organization that brings together the city's cultural treasures. The EPCOT International Festival of the Arts will return to Walt Disney World, offering discounts for those who attend. Established in 1975, this non-profit arts organization on the east side of Winter Park offers year-round visual arts classes for all ages taught by more than 40 active artists.
Travel back in time with permanent exhibits that include artifacts that date back to the city's beginnings as a New England-style resort in the 1880s. The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art presents three film series each year on topics related to the museum's collection, as well as to art in general. On Saturdays and Sundays, at the nearby Alfond Inn, where a selection of more than 400 works from the museum's Alfond Collection of Contemporary Art is exhibited. Visitors looking for discounts can find them through various sources. Many local businesses offer discounts for attending events such as this one. Additionally, many hotels offer discounts for those attending events such as this one.
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From exploring Maitland's cultural treasures to participating in activities such as yoga or quick drawing competitions, there are plenty of opportunities to make memories at this event.