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Every Friday afternoon, Mark Baratelli, publisher of  The Daily City, shares his picks for can’t-miss weekend events in Central Florida.
The Daily City

Spotlight: OCRHC presents journalist Mark Lane, SNAP Orlando, and Otronicon


The Orange County Regional History Center has a new event called the Brechner Speaker Series, which honors the late Joseph L. Brechner, a longtime journalist, Central Florida community leader, and television pioneer. At the next Brechner Speaker Series event, Veteran Florida journalist Mark Lane will give a humorous talk about one of the most intriguing duties of the Florida legislature — signing state symbols into law. Lane will spotlight the surprising things designated to officially define the Sunshine State. This talk takes place Sunday at 2 at the Orange County Regional History Center. On closing day of SNAP Orlando art gallery’s exhibition called City Unseen 2.0 take one last gallery tour, meet the artists, experience Augmented Reality art, enjoy a …
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Image by Leonard Freed, Harlem Fashion Show, Harlem 1963. snaporlando.com
From the Pages of Orlando Weekly

Current Art Shows Feature Black Art


How does one define black art? Is it art that portrays black people, or art made by black people to manifest their experience? Scrutiny, or self-expression? A handful of current art shows take varying approaches to the question. At the Cornell Fine Arts Museum, three shows tackle the aesthetics of blackness in wildly different ways. The Black Figure in the European Imaginary collects 19th-century European depictions of African men and women. It’s a room full of objectively beautiful work that is, nevertheless, squeam-inducing in its fetishization of the “exotic other.” AfroFantastic, on the other hand, condenses modern African-American narratives into a protected utopia in which imagination can sweep away all limits. And Reframing the Picture, Reclaiming the Past bridges the …
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Snap! Orlando, Toy & Comics and Harry Potter


Snap! Orlando brings a little LA, a little Miami and a LOT of French accent to Orlando at all their swanky events. Somehow this gaggle of sophisticates seem always connected to what’s new, now and not cheap. At their next event, a day long print shopping opportunity, guests can select from tons of prints by local artists like Thomas Thorspecken, Nathan Selikoff, and Chris Tobar Rodriguez. The print sale is Saturday 11 to 4 at Snap Space on East Colonial Drive in Mills50. Toys, Comics, Costume Contest, Face Painting, Raffles and Special Guests John Beatty from Secret Wars and Billy Tucci, the creator of Shi and Sgt. Rock, are all part of The Infinity Toy and Comic Con Saturday 10 …
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The Temptations, thegoodlifefest.com
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The Good Life Fest, Snap Orlando and Spooky Empire


The Good Life Festival brings national musical acts, including the Temptations , gourmet food, fine wine, craft beer and artisan retailers to a stunning Orlando resort venue that attracts over 4,000 guests each year. It takes place at The Magnolia House at Trilogy Orlando. Go to thegoodlifefest.com
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Photo: Sean Black: George, Bulletproof (2013), orlandoweekly.com
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Snap! Orlando


On Friday, Snap! Orlando launches its annual photography festival and this year’s edition, titled YOU ARE HERE, is an eyeful. Instead of being confined to one primary location for a weekend, Snap is spreading itself across the city and the calendar: Snap events happen every day in May, in 24 different locations in Orlando, Winter Park, Tampa, Daytona and Melbourne. In its previous incarnations, the Snap festival has been neither this sprawling nor this focused. Whereas earlier editions were content to show stunning photography from around the world, this year Snap’s hallmark is social commentary – even, in some cases, social advocacy. Some examples? Zun Lee’s “Father Figure” explores lesser-seen facets of Black fatherhood. In “7 Days of Garbage,” Gregg …
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