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Fri Oct 13, 7:30PM

South Florida Symphony – Irma Relief Free Benefit Concert

The South Florida Symphony will be offering a free concert to benefit Reef Relief in the aftermath of Irma. This event is free and open to the public, reserve your seat by registering through the event page.

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Tue & Wed Dec 12 & 13, 5 - 7PM

Career Development for Artists with Fay Ku

Get feedback on your resume and portfolio from artist Fay Ku, a seasoned pro. An essential step for artists interested in pursuing grants, residencies and exhibition opportunities. 

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Sun Aug 27, 5 - 7pm

Fantasy Fest Parade Float Design Workshop

General design, materials and concept tips from previous parade award winners.

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Thu Aug 17, 5 - 7pm

Smallest Parade Float Design Workshop

General design, materials and concept tips from previous Smallest Parade award winners.

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Wed July 26, 5 - 7pm

Smallest Parade Float Tech Workshop

Learn the basics of animation, lights and motion with Bill Chandler, two-time Smallest Parade award winner and a former display professional. Through a demonstration, slide show and discussion, class will follow through an actual float project’s progress, examining the relevant issues as they come up with particular focus on the construction of the necessary drive components, motors and power sources. A showcase of components will be available for inspection. This type of construction lends itself to inventing a variety of ideas, methods and modeling techniques.

Full size float builders may benefit from the discussion too and scale the mechanisms larger.

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Wed Jul 12, 6:30pm

Snapshots: A Program of Dance

The one-night only showing will involve live performance, video dance, improvisation, and audience
participation. Known for their dynamic, innovative and charismatic performances, the New York
City-based Company enjoys its sweet nineteenth with a string of celebratory, site-specific film
premieres, commissions, residencies and performances.

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Thu Aug 24, 7pm (must be seated by 6:40pm)

WLRN Radio Theater Presents “Key Largo”

Join us for WLRN/WKWM’s live radio performance of Key Largo at The Studios of Key West.

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May 18 - 20

The Flying Circus

The Flying Carrs Circus is a world class circus for audiences of all ages! There will be daredevils, acrobats, jugglers, aerialists, and more! We’ll take you on a trip around the world in 80 minutes showcasing the many different cultures that make us unique! Join us for a wonderful event the whole family can enjoy!
We are proud to be a 100% animal-free circus!

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Friday June 9, 7pm

Your Way Back to Me: Screening with filmmaker Alexandra Dietz

Film Synopsis: My partner Hannah Sheridan is half Cheyenne and half Kiowa, born in El Reno, Oklahoma. On the night of her high school graduation she saw a Navy recruitment commercial and joined the next day, despite the fact that she was a lesbian in the era of “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell.” Ten years later, after the deaths of her father and grandmother and her recent discharge from the Navy, Hannah returns to her Native-American community to mourn her deceased relatives and to try to find her place again within her culture and family.

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Sat Apr 1 & Jun 3, 8pm

Jazz Noir – Rock Solomon

The premiere of Rock Solomon’s Jazz Noir is the apex of The Jazz Age Retrospectacular, an out-of-the-box event series looking at Key West history & culture through the lens of the Jazz Age. Solomon and his company combine narrative, music and technology to weave a story of 1930’s Key West, when rum runners were rampant, the economy went bust, and a hurricane like no other nearly sealed the island’s fate.

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