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Archive for Friday, September 28, 2018

Intersection: A Healthier School; Red Huber Reflects On 46 Years With The Sentinel

https://wmfe-od.streamguys1.com/intersection/092518_Intersection.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSPort Orange Elementary School has won recognition as one of Americas healthiest schools. The driving force behind the award is the schools PE teacher Julie Kirton, who recovered from anorexia as a teenager and whos now teaching kids about eating right and leading a healthy lifestyle. Kirton joins Intersection along with Port Orange elementary principal Tennille Wallace for a conversation about becoming a healthier school. And for nearly 46 years, the Orlando Sentinel has carried photos by Red Huber. Now the veteran visual journalist is retiring- this is his last ...
Published in Intersection Podcast

Cornell Fine Arts Museum: Ibine Ela Acu by Jamilah Sabur

Before she left Orlando, Cornell Fine Arts Museum curator Amy Galpin organized a show by Miami artist Jamilah Sabur called Ibine Ela Acu/Water Sun Moon. Its Saburs first solo show in a museum, but its unlikely to be her last. Sabur works in performance and multimedia installation, often incorporating video of herself performing ritualistic actions. In this show, the videos give the viewer the feeling of having trespassed on a secret rite, a hidden process by which Sabur physically unearths memory, transforming history into intention. The title, Ibine Ela Acu, is in the now-dead language of the Timucua, the extinct indigenous Northern Florida people, and this show uses Floridas history of violence and colonialism, as well environmental erosion, pollution and ...
Published in Commentaries, From the Pages of Orlando Weekly