President, Hispanic Heritage Committee
Orange County Government Public Information Officer
Hispanic Heritage Committee of Greater Orange County to host Artist Meet & Greet Event for Annual Hispanic Heritage Month Art Exhibit
The 2021 Hispanic Heritage Month Art Exhibit, organized by the Hispanic Heritage Committee of Greater Orange County, will host an Artist Meet Up and Mingle event to highlight and celebrate the talents of the exhibit’s top featured visual artists. This year’s Hispanic Heritage Art Exhibit features bigger, bolder and better partnerships with support from community stakeholders that provide meaningful exposure for participating artists.
WHAT: Come meet the 2021 artists of the prestigious Hispanic Heritage Month Art Exhibit
WHEN: September 14, 2021, from 7 – 9 p.m.
WHERE: The Robinson Cocktail Room, 63 E. Pine St., Orlando, Fla., 32801
WHO: Featured visual artists, committee and airport representatives will be available for interview. Art pieces will also be on display.
REGISTER: RSVP by September 10, 2021 at https://bit.ly/HHCartistmeetup. Media interested in attending can RSVP by emailing Ilia.Torres@ocfl.net.
Art Exhibit At-a-Glance:
- Extended Art Exhibit at the Orange County Administration Center from September 1 to October 28, 2021, providing two months’ worth of exhibition.
- Art Exhibit at the Orlando International Airport providing artist exposure to residents, as well as visitors traveling to and from Orlando.
- Selected artists will be interviewed and will have their pieces displayed for a week on the set of Despierta Orlando, Univision Orlando’s morning show.
- Virtual Art Exhibit on Hispanic Heritage Committee’s social media platforms, Facebook and Instagram @HispanicHeritageOC.
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