With more than 125 arts organizations in a four county area; navigating the cultural landscape of Central Florida can seem like a daunting task. With so many options, how does one know what to choose? With helpful hints on museum and performance etiquette; logistical information on performances, venues, and prices; and advice on how to become more involved in the local arts scene, The Orlando Humanities Guide is the perfect companion to any Humanities course. The Orlando Humanities Guide is divided into five Chapters: "Seeing is Believing: The Visual Arts," "All the World is a Stage: The Performing Arts (Opera, Theatre, Music, & Dance), "Everyone Has a Story: History," "Only in the Movies: Film," and "Festivals, Fun Facts, and Fan Clubs." Each Chapter starts with an introductory section, "What to Know," with helpful hints about each type of cultural event and venue. The next section, "Where to Go," will give readers information about the local cultural organizations and what one can experience there in 2006-2007. Before long, readers will be walking the walk and talking the talk as they step out into the Central Florida cultural scene. Warning: going to cultural events can be addictive!
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Table of Contents
Chapter One: Seeing is Believing: The Visual Arts Chapter Two: All the Worlds a Stage: The Performing Arts (Opera, Theatre, Music, & Dance) Chapter Three: Everyone Has a Story: History Chapter Four: Only in the Movies: Film Chapter Five: Festivals, Fun Facts, and Fan Clubs