Top Art Festivals Coming Up In Central Florida 2023!
Central Florida art show 2023
April 30, 2023
1:00pm – 4:00pm
Orange County Regional History Center 65 East Central Boulevard Orlando, FL 32801
General Admission Tickets are $20 and include entry to showcase event, light hors d’oeuvres and admission to the Orange County Regional History Center. A mimosa bar will be available at an additional cost.
Folk & Urban Art Festival
Celebrate Central Florida’s richly diverse culture through artwork, educational entertainment, and music, featuring the works of more than 25 folk and urban artisans.
The festival celebrates Central Florida’s richly diverse culture through artwork, educational entertainment, and music, featuring the works of more than 25 folk and urban artisans. A soul food truck offers delicious refreshments and ethnic food. Admission is free.
Enjoy returning and new Visual Artists and Live Music happening in Shady Park directly across from the Heritage Center!
The lineup includes, Jamaican born Reggae Artist Jeffery Mykals, Singer Songwriter Joanna Tress and Winter Park Resident, “The Dynamic Tony T”! just to mention a few! Jeff Rogers will be doing a pottery wheel demonstration at the Heritage Center; free hands-on-children art activity!
Date: April 22, 2023
Location: 642 W New England Ave
Orlando Pottery Festival & Spring Arts Market
The Orlando Pottery Festival & Spring Arts Market is Central Florida’s largest spring market of ceramic art, featuring unique handmade items created by 50+ talented local artists—perfect for the home, garden, and gift giving!
The Orlando Pottery Festival presents twice-annual celebrations and arts markets featuring dozens of talented local artists, including highly regarded professional potters who exhibit in galleries and juried art festivals throughout the South; mid-career artists whose distinctive designs and signature items are fast becoming contemporary collectibles; longtime “hobby potters” who are channeling their creativity while mastering their craft in local pottery studios; and younger and emerging ceramic artists, several of whom are selling to the public for the first time.
Visitors to these events can shop a diverse range of these artists’ original functional and decorative work, such as handmade everyday dishware, elegant ceramic jewelry, sculptural and figurative work inspired by Florida’s flora and fauna, whimsical and practical home, and garden decor, and much more—all created on the pottery wheel or using hand-built and slip-cast techniques.