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Orange County Arts & Cultural Affairs Advisory Council Announces Community Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Family Tree by JEFRË to complement the I-4 Art Endowment Program

Saturday, June 25, 2022

Orange County GovernmentOrange County, FL – JEFRË is an Orlando-based multidiscipline artist of growing renown. He has approached various projects in his career involving community design, public art, parks and plazas, sculpture, temporary installations, interior design, avant-garde landscapes, and eco-installations. His works have been in public display in various cities in the United States, such as Miami, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Orlando, and San Antonio, as well as in London, Abu Dhabi, and the Philippines.

Orange County Arts and Cultural Affairs is encouraging the public to join us for the dedication of the Family Tree this Saturday.

WHO: Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings and the Orange County Arts & Cultural Affairs Office

WHAT: Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the Family Tree by JEFRË

WHEN: Saturday, June 25, 2022 at 10:00 a.m.

WHERE: At the Intersection of Grand National Drive and Caravan Court, Orlando, FL 32819

WHY: To celebrate JEFRË’s work and the completion of the I-4 Ultimate Art Endowment Program beautifying the I-4 Corridor

MORE: I-4 Ultimate Art Endowment Map

Ribbon Cutting for Family Tree by JEFRË - I-4 Ultimate Art Endowment Program

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