Atlantic Center for the Arts is presenting an afternoon of music and dance in Winter Park on Sunday, March 1. This collaborative event, ACA Exposed, features our partners including the UCF Flying Horse Big Band and Surfscape Contemporary Dance Theatre. Together, they are creating new works that will be presented in a dynamic performance at the stunning Grove stage in Mead Botanical Garden. We invite you to join us at this unique and exciting event.
Sunday, March 1, 12-3 PM
Mead Botanical Garden, 1300 S. Denning Drive, Winter Park
Gates open at noon; performance 1-3 PM
Tickets: $20 General lawn seating, bring your own chair or blanket; kids under 12 free. VIP Tickets: $100 per person, includes lunch by Bubbalou's Bodacious Bar-B-Que, reserved seating, drinks).
Next Application deadline: February 15, 2015
Atlantic Center for the Arts is proud to present its 33rd year of artists-in-residence programs, featuring performers, composers, visual artists, writers, and a collaborative partnership. Working with these Master Artists-in-Residence over the year will be approximately 100 Associate Artists, who meet regularly with the Master Artist and their group in meetings, workshops, and casual conversations. Associates are free to spend the remainder of their time pursuing their own projects or interacting/collaborating with artists from different disciplines.