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    Lullaby and Goodnight - Children’s Literature from the Morse Collection
    Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American ArtJuly 24, 2014 1:00 PM
    445 North Park Avenue
    Winter Park, FL 32789
    Kate Greenaway, Eulalie Osgood Grover and Mary Dow Brine were all authors of children's books from the early 1900s. During this period, beauty and attention to design was evident everywhere, including in the illustrations of children's literature. The intention was to impress upon children an idea of how life should look. Lullaby and Goodnight - Children’s Literature from the Morse Collection exhibits, in addition to the work of the three famous authors, different glassware, ceramics and dolls from the same period.   
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    Think Tank Trivia
    Lil' IndiesJuly 24, 2014 8:00 PM
    1036 North Mills Avenue
    Orlando, FL 32803
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    Day Joy
    Will's PubJuly 24, 2014 9:00 PM
    1042 North Mills Avenue
    Orlando, FL 32803
    Day Joy is a folk group from Orlando, Florida that was founded in 2011. Incorporating elements of dream pop into its instrumentally sparse songs, Day Joy has created a unique musical style for itself that's matched by laconic vocals to create a slightly vapid, but truly inspired sound. Occasionally pandering into experimental territory during live performances, the members of Day Joy show they're unafraid to indulge in their avant-garde sensibilities if their artistic leanings choose to dictate the flow and mood of the music.
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    Native American Art and Artifacts
    Mennello Museum of American Folk ArtJuly 24, 2014 12:00 PM
    900 East Princeton Street
    Orlando, FL 32803

    The private collection of I.S.K. Reeves and Sara W. Reeves contains historic bead-work, silver jewelry, masks and hair-dresses. Those pieces are featured in the exhibition Native American Art and Artifacts. The Native American belongings are from tribes from the Southwest and the Pacific Northwest. 

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    Prehistoric/Historic Southwest Pottery
    Mennello Museum of American Folk ArtJuly 24, 2014 12:00 PM
    900 East Princeton Street
    Orlando, FL 32803

    The Anasazi (also called Pueblo) were prehistoric farmers from the Southwest's Four Corner area who created handmade ceramics with strikingly dynamic surfaces. The pottery, woven baskets with clay linings and moldings, bear surfaces with unique black-on-white designs.  These designs, invented in the 8th Century, include different messages with particular social, ethnic and linguistic meaning. 

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    Mingled Visions: Images From “the North American Indian”
    Mennello Museum of American Folk ArtJuly 24, 2014 12:00 PM
    900 East Princeton Street
    Orlando, FL 32803

    Edward S. Curtis (1868-1952), an ethnologist and photographer of Native Americans, has a selection of 40 photographs out of a series of 1,500, exhibited at the Mennello Museum of American Folk Art. Mingled Visions: Images From “The North American Indian” showcases the North American part of the artist's large portfolio. Edward Curtis wanted to document the culture and traditions of the American Indians before the ethnological group disappeared. 

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