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The New World Band, Live at the Museum!
Sep
7
6:30 PM18:30

The New World Band, Live at the Museum!

Join us for an intimate concert at the Modernism Museum on Saturday, September 7. Doors open at 6:30, concert begins at 7:00. There will be a sparkling wine reception immediately preceding the concert. Sway to the salsa stylings of The New World Band, set among the museum’s newest exhibit - Space Oddities: The Sequel. Admission is $20 for members, and $30 for nonmembers. Call the museum at 352-385-0034 for details, or buy your tickets here: https://www.ezticketapp.com/events/?eventID=2650

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Lake and Orange Counties: A Century of Change
Sep
19
12:30 PM12:30

Lake and Orange Counties: A Century of Change

September Dine and Learn Luncheon with the Modernism Museum

Join the Modernism Museum and Jim Crescitelli at 1921 Mount Dora for a discussion about the history of West Orange County and the Lake Apopka region through the people who settled here. Native Americans, pioneers drawn from the Deep South, farmers and citrus workers, and people brought here by 20th century theme parks and the aerospace industry all shaped this part of Central Florida. Photographs from the Winter Garden Heritage Foundation archive tell a story of boom times and rapid growth, severe downturns in the citrus industry, the demise of Lake Apopka, and the renaissance that began in the late 1990s.

Jim Crescitelli is the Program Director for the Winter Garden Heritage Foundation. He’s been interested in the history of West Orange County and the Lake Apopka region since moving here in 1978 from New York. He began photographing the area and gathering its history through books, newspapers, and the recollections of residents.

Please call the Modernism Museum at (352) 385-0034 to reserve your spot. Luncheon begins at 12:30 pm. Limited seating is available. Price is $35, and includes a three- course, prix-fixe menu with the lecture.

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Lake & Orange Counties: A Century of Change
Sep
19
6:30 PM18:30

Lake & Orange Counties: A Century of Change

September Dine and Learn Dinner with the Modernism Museum

Join the Modernism Museum and Jim Crescitelli at 1921 Mount Dora for a discussion about the history of West Orange County and the Lake Apopka region through the people who settled here. Native Americans, pioneers drawn from the Deep South, farmers and citrus workers, and people brought here by 20th century theme parks and the aerospace industry all shaped this part of Central Florida. Photographs from the Winter Garden Heritage Foundation archive tell a story of boom times and rapid growth, severe downturns in the citrus industry, the demise of Lake Apopka, and the renaissance that began in the late 1990s.

Jim Crescitelli is the Program Director for the Winter Garden Heritage Foundation. He’s been interested in the history of West Orange County and the Lake Apopka region since moving here in 1978 from New York. He began photographing the area and gathering its history through books, newspapers, and the recollections of residents.

Please call the Modernism Museum at (352) 385-0034 to reserve your spot. Dinner begins at 6:30 pm. Limited seating is available. Price is $35, and includes a three- course, prix-fixe menu with the lecture.

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Stardust Memories - The David Bowie Tribute Band
Jul
13
6:30 PM18:30

Stardust Memories - The David Bowie Tribute Band

A very special evening at the Modernism Museum, as we celebrate the 50-year anniversary of the release of Space Oddity, by the incomparable David Bowie

Stardust Memories returns to the museum with an intimate, acoustic evening of David Bowie music and stories. Join us as we celebrate the amazing artist and the talent that created Space Oddity - an iconic, timeless song written and recorded by Bowie - and first released as a 7-inch single on 11 July 1969.

Tickets are $20 for Members and $30 for NonMembers. Doors open at 6:30 with a sparkling wine reception. Concert Begins at 7:00. Buy Your Tickets Online Now At: http://www.ezticketapp.com/?s=ez100125

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Space Oddities: The Sequel
Jul
10
6:00 PM18:00

Space Oddities: The Sequel

Members’ Night Premiere Party - July 10

It’s Coming Soon!

Modernism Museum Members are invited to an exclusive evening on Wednesday, July 10 as we celebrate the opening of the museum’s latest exhibit:

SPACE ODDITIES:

THE SEQUEL

MORE BOWIE | MORE SOTTSASS | MORE MEMPHIS

Join us for an exciting evening at the museum as we offer our valued members an exclusive introduction to our latest exhibit. We are pleased to offer an expanded showcase for the mind-bending Memphis designs that were featured in the 2016 Sotheby’s auction of the David Bowie estate. Be among the first to see how the Memphis movement of the 1980s became a galvanizing postmodern movement that shook the foundations of traditional design as you view items once owned by pop icon and artist David Bowie. Specially prepared hors d’oeuvres and beverages provided by the Main Street Leasing, the Modernism Museum, and 1921 Mount Dora.

  • This is a Members-Only event - but there is still time to join the museum and attend the premiere. Click below to learn more about the museum and to choose the level of membership that works best for you and your family:

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FLORIDA’S 3 MARJORIES: MARJORIE CARR, MARJORY STONEMAN DOUGLAS AND MARJORIE KINNAN RAWLINGS
Jun
21
6:30 PM18:30

FLORIDA’S 3 MARJORIES: MARJORIE CARR, MARJORY STONEMAN DOUGLAS AND MARJORIE KINNAN RAWLINGS

Dinner Session

The Modernism Museum Mount Dora presents our next Dine & Learn: Florida’s 3 Marjories: Marjorie Carr, Marjory Stoneman Douglas and Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings featuring award-winning writer and historian Leslie Kemp Poole on Friday, June 21st, 2019 at 12:30 PM (luncheon) and 6:30 PM (dinner). The event will take place at the Modernism Museum’s award-winning restaurant, 1921 Mount Dora. The cost is $35 for a three-course, prix-fixe menu.

Join the Modernism Museum and Leslie Kemp Poole in a discussion of Florida’s 3 Marjories: Marjorie Carr, Marjory Stoneman Douglas and Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings. All three women established a legacy of ecological stewardship in Florida. Marjorie Carr created the Florida Defenders of the Environment and organized a movement that stopped the Cross Florida Barge Canal. Marjory Stoneman Douglas is notable for her work establishing the Everglades National Park. Rawlings, who wrote “The Yearling” in 1938, was inspired by her home, which was later restored and is on the National Register of Historic Places. “The Yearling” won the Pulitzer Prize in 1939.

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LESLIE KEMP POOLE

Award-winning writer and historian.

Her most recent book is Saving Florida: Women’s Fight for the Environment in the Twentieth Century (2015). A fourth-generation Floridian, Poole has long been interested in the role of women in the state’s environmental movement and how they were saving the state’s important natural resources even before they were able to vote. Poole is Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies at Rollins College and received her PhD in History from the University of Florida in 2012. Her articles have been published in many academic journals and she regularly presents her papers at history conferences. Prior to working in academia, Poole was a reporter for several newspapers, including the Orlando Sentinel, where she was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize.

Call the Modernism Museum at (352) 385-0034 to reserve your spot. Limited seating is available.

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Florida’s 3 Marjories: Marjorie Carr, Marjory Stoneman Douglas and Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings
Jun
21
12:30 PM12:30

Florida’s 3 Marjories: Marjorie Carr, Marjory Stoneman Douglas and Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings

Luncheon Session

The Modernism Museum Mount Dora presents our next Dine & Learn: Florida’s 3 Marjories: Marjorie Carr, Marjory Stoneman Douglas and Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings featuring award-winning writer and historian Leslie Kemp Poole on Friday, June 21st, 2019 at 12:30 PM (luncheon) and 6:30 PM (dinner). The event will take place at the Modernism Museum’s award-winning restaurant, 1921 Mount Dora. The cost is $35 for a three-course, prix-fixe menu.

Join the Modernism Museum and Leslie Kemp Poole in a discussion of Florida’s 3 Marjories: Marjorie Carr, Marjory Stoneman Douglas and Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings. All three women established a legacy of ecological stewardship in Florida. Marjorie Carr created the Florida Defenders of the Environment and organized a movement that stopped the Cross Florida Barge Canal. Marjory Stoneman Douglas is notable for her work establishing the Everglades National Park. Rawlings, who wrote “The Yearling” in 1938, was inspired by her home, which was later restored and is on the National Register of Historic Places. “The Yearling” won the Pulitzer Prize in 1939.

LeslieKempPoole.jpg

Leslie Kemp Poole

Award-winning writer and historian.

Her most recent book is Saving Florida: Women’s Fight for the Environment in the Twentieth Century (2015). A fourth-generation Floridian, Poole has long been interested in the role of women in the state’s environmental movement and how they were saving the state’s important natural resources even before they were able to vote. Poole is Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies at Rollins College and received her PhD in History from the University of Florida in 2012. Her articles have been published in many academic journals and she regularly presents her papers at history conferences. Prior to working in academia, Poole was a reporter for several newspapers, including the Orlando Sentinel, where she was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize.

Call the Modernism Museum at (352) 385-0034 to reserve your spot. Limited seating is available.

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Jared Violin, Live at the Museum!
Jun
1
6:30 PM18:30

Jared Violin, Live at the Museum!

The Modernism Museum is pleased to welcome back acclaimed electric violin virtuoso Jared Violin. The concert will take place in the Modernism Museum gallery on Saturday, June 1st at 7:00pm. A sparkling and white wine reception is included with your admission, which begins at 6:30pm. 

Jared began playing violin at age 3 and his devotion to the instrument developed through both classical training and his mother’s love for music. Influenced by the likes of The Charlie Daniel’s Band, Jean Luc Ponty and more mainstream artists such as Boyd Tinsley of the Dave Matthews Band, Jared’s musical style has evolved from classical to include bluegrass and jazz, contemporary and modern rock sounds. 

Jared began performing with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra at age 17, at 26 became acclaimed on Broadway for his 6”5” muscular physique, with mesmerizing talent to match. His fine-tuned skill allows him to enamor audiences while performing at New York City’s Carnegie Hall, famed House of Blues and Hard Rock Live venues, amphitheaters, arenas, and restored vaudeville theaters around the nation. Jared has made appearances on Live! With Regis and Kelly, MTV, NBC, CBS and Fox News. Regularly appearing in night clubs with live DJs and at thousands of corporate conventions around the world, Jared enjoys being a full-time touring musician. 

Tickets are $20 for 3MD members and $30 for nonmembers and includes a wine reception which precedes the performance. Tickets can be purchased at the museum or online by visiting https://ezticketapp.com/?s=ez4683

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Dining on the Balcony of Europe: Exploring Georgian Cuisine 
May
22
6:30 PM18:30

Dining on the Balcony of Europe: Exploring Georgian Cuisine 


The Modernism Museum Mount Dora presents our next Dine & Learn: Dining on the Balcony of Europe: Exploring Georgian Cuisine. The Wednesday, May 22 event features a presentation by Dr. Michael Denner at 6:30 PM (dinner). The Dine and Learn will take place at the Modernism Museum’s award-winning restaurant, 1921 Mount Dora. The cost is $35 for a three-course, prix-fixe menu. 

Join the Modernism Museum and Dr. Denner as we explore the rich and layered culinary history of the country of Georgia. Its location at the crossroads of Asia and Europe has brought travelers, merchants, missionaries and conquerors of all kinds and creeds. Georgia’s cultural heritage spans thousands of years, and the many foreign influences have resulted in a food culture that is distinct from any European or Asian cuisine. 

Dr. Michael Denner is the director of Stetson University’s program in Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies, director of Stetson’s Honors Program, and editor of The Tolstoy Studies Journal. Dr. Denner has published extensively on pan-Slavic politics, history and art, and he has recently published a Russian-language cookbook which is devoted to traditional Georgian vegetarian/ vegan recipes. A variety of Georgian beers and wines will be available for purchase. 

Please call the Modernism Museum at (352) 385-0034 to reserve your spot. Limited seating is available. 

(Niko Pirosmani (1862-1918), A Family Celebration (1907), The Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow) 

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Dining on the Balcony of Europe: Exploring Georgian Cuisine 
May
22
12:30 PM12:30

Dining on the Balcony of Europe: Exploring Georgian Cuisine 


The Modernism Museum Mount Dora presents our next Dine & Learn: Dining on the Balcony of Europe: Exploring Georgian Cuisine. The Wednesday, May 22 event features a presentation by Dr. Michael Denner at 12:30 PM (luncheon). The Dine and Learn will take place at the Modernism Museum’s award-winning restaurant, 1921 Mount Dora. The cost is $35 for a three-course, prix-fixe menu. 

Join the Modernism Museum and Dr. Denner as we explore the rich and layered culinary history of the country of Georgia. Its location at the crossroads of Asia and Europe has brought travelers, merchants, missionaries and conquerors of all kinds and creeds. Georgia’s cultural heritage spans thousands of years, and the many foreign influences have resulted in a food culture that is distinct from any European or Asian cuisine. 

Dr. Michael Denner is the director of Stetson University’s program in Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies, director of Stetson’s Honors Program, and editor of The Tolstoy Studies Journal. Dr. Denner has published extensively on pan-Slavic politics, history and art, and he has recently published a Russian-language cookbook which is devoted to traditional Georgian vegetarian/ vegan recipes. A variety of Georgian beers and wines will be available for purchase. 

Please call the Modernism Museum at (352) 385-0034 to reserve your spot. Limited seating is available. 

(Niko Pirosmani (1862-1918), A Family Celebration (1907), The Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow) 

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Lauren Mitchell, Featuring Bill Buchman ~ Performing Live at the Modernism Museum
May
4
6:30 PM18:30

Lauren Mitchell, Featuring Bill Buchman ~ Performing Live at the Modernism Museum

Back by popular demand ~ The Modernism Museum is pleased to welcome back Lauren Mitchell and Bill Buchman! Lauren Mitchell’s incredibly powerful vocals and Bill Buchman’s artistry on the Caligari piano will make for a memorable evening of jazz standards, select covers of tunes sung by Etta James, Bettye Lavette, Diana Ross, Aretha Franklin and Betty Davis, along with Mitchell’s own powerful, original material. Her music tells a blues story that's been a lifetime in the making.

Tickets are $20 for Members/$30 for Nonmembers

(Price includes pre-concert sparkling wine reception.)

Buy your tickets online at https://ezticketapp.com/?s=ez4420

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April 17 Dine and Learn Dinner ~ Rebel London: Radical Minds
Apr
17
6:30 PM18:30

April 17 Dine and Learn Dinner ~ Rebel London: Radical Minds

Dr. Louise Kane

Dr. Louise Kane

In conjunction with the Modernism Museum’s David Bowie exhibition, Dr. Louise Kane explores the radical figures whose rebellious art movements, literary works, and friendship circles enabled the development of London as a hotbed for cultural, musical, and artistic experiments that enabled people like Bowie to make their own new art forms in the 1960s and onwards. Beginning in the early 1910s, the lecture talks the audience through movements like Wyndham Lewis’s Vorticism movement, the Futurist movement that came into London via Italy and Paris, and the exciting new music scenes that began to unfold as jazz filtered into London from Harlem, New York.

Price of $35 includes 3-course prix fixe menu at 1921 Mount Dora. Reserve by calling the Modernism Museum at 352-385-0034.

(Photo: National Archives UK)

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April 17 Dine and Learn Luncheon ~ Rebel London: Radical Minds
Apr
17
12:30 PM12:30

April 17 Dine and Learn Luncheon ~ Rebel London: Radical Minds

Dr. Louise Kane

Dr. Louise Kane

In conjunction with the Modernism Museum’s David Bowie exhibition, Dr. Louise Kane explores the radical figures whose rebellious art movements, literary works, and friendship circles enabled the development of London as a hotbed for cultural, musical, and artistic experiments that enabled people like Bowie to make their own new art forms in the 1960s and onwards. Beginning in the early 1910s, the lecture talks the audience through movements like Wyndham Lewis’s Vorticism movement, the Futurist movement that came into London via Italy and Paris, and the exciting new music scenes that began to unfold as jazz filtered into London from Harlem, New York.

Price of $35 includes 3-course prix fixe menu at 1921 Mount Dora. Reserve by calling the Modernism Museum at 352-385-0034.

(Photo: National Archives UK)

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Caribbean Groove Trio - Featuring Ed Anderson,  Live at the Museum Saturday March 23rd
Mar
23
6:30 PM18:30

Caribbean Groove Trio - Featuring Ed Anderson, Live at the Museum Saturday March 23rd

Sway to the music as this Caribbean/Jazz steel drum band led by Triangle Elementary music teacher Ed Anderson comes to the museum. Be transported to your Island dreams. Ed's band just finished performing aboard a cruise ship, and they’re ready to bring their island sounds back to Florida. A sparkling and white wine reception is included with your concert admission. Click to purchase your ticket $20 Members $30 Non-Members

(Price includes pre-concert sparkling wine reception)

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Kumihimo workshop for children ages 6 to 12 at the Museum
Mar
9
10:30 AM10:30

Kumihimo workshop for children ages 6 to 12 at the Museum

Kumihimo Bracelet Making Workshop for Kids ages 6 to 12 years old is Saturday March 9th from 10:30 AM to 12 Noon at the Modernism Museum Mount Dora.  Judy Smathers from Weavers of Orlando will be leading this fun workshop. Kumihimo is a Japanese form of braid-making. Cords and ribbons are made by interlacing strands. Kumihimo is Japanese for "gathered threads".

 All supplies are included.  Each child will leave with a beautiful bracelet and a wheel, so they can make more bracelets at home.  $5 for Museum Members, $10 for Non-Members.

 Buy your tickets, in advance, online at: https://ezticketapp.com/?s=ez4414

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Join us for a historical, gastronomic journey!
Mar
7
12:30 PM12:30

Join us for a historical, gastronomic journey!

The Modernism Museum’s March Dine and Learn will be an incredibly engaging session led by former teacher and art expert, Herve Le Guilloux.

With Renaissance Gastronomy. A passage between The Middle Ages and the Modern era, Mr. Le Guilloux will discuss the development and refinement of European cuisine from the 14th to 17th centuries.  Learn what shaped the diets of the era, as related through art, narratives and literature of the times. 

When did diet books first commonly appear? What might Leonardo da Vinci have eaten; what did his kitchen look like? What are the roots of the Italian cuisine we enjoy today? How were westernized table manners adopted and refined? Learn these, and other fun, fascinating fine points of the origins of current day gastronomy.  

From the educated classes and nobility, to the peasants and farmers - eating and the attainment of food in the Middle Ages evolved through cultural mores, and scientific and medical beliefs. Hear the interesting history of gastronomic practices and terminology, and how they evolved to define the social hierarchy of a culture. 

Price for this Dine and Learn session is $35, and includes a three-course dinner (Wednesday) or Luncheon (Thursday).

Dinner - Wednesday, March 6 at 6:30 at 1921 Mount Dora

Luncheon - Thursday, March 7 at 12:30 at 1921 Mount Dora

Seating is Limited. Reserve by calling the museum at 352-385-0034.

(Painting: Joachim Beuckelaer, Fish Market)

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Join us for a historical, gastronomic journey!
Mar
6
6:30 PM18:30

Join us for a historical, gastronomic journey!

The Modernism Museum’s March Dine and Learn will be an incredibly engaging session led by former teacher and art expert, Herve Le Guilloux.

With Renaissance Gastronomy. A passage between The Middle Ages and the Modern era, Mr. Le Guilloux will discuss the development and refinement of European cuisine from the 14th to 17th centuries.  Learn what shaped the diets of the era, as related through art, narratives and literature of the times. 

When did diet books first commonly appear? What might Leonardo da Vinci have eaten; what did his kitchen look like? What are the roots of the Italian cuisine we enjoy today? How were westernized table manners adopted and refined? Learn these, and other fun, fascinating fine points of the origins of current day gastronomy.  

From the educated classes and nobility, to the peasants and farmers - eating and the attainment of food in the Middle Ages evolved through cultural mores, and scientific and medical beliefs. Hear the interesting history of gastronomic practices and terminology, and how they evolved to define the social hierarchy of a culture. 

Price for this Dine and Learn session is $35, and includes a three-course dinner (Wednesday) or Luncheon (Thursday).

Dinner - Wednesday, March 6 at 6:30 at 1921 Mount Dora

Luncheon - Thursday, March 7 at 12:30 at 1921 Mount Dora

Seating is Limited. Reserve by calling the museum at 352-385-0034.

(Painting: Joachim Beuckelaer, Fish Market)

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Severed Heads: The Power of Women in 16th and 17th Century Art
Feb
22
12:30 PM12:30

Severed Heads: The Power of Women in 16th and 17th Century Art

Dr. Ilenia Colón Mendoza, Associate Professor of Art History, Latin American Studies, and Women’s and Gender Studies at the University of Central Florida, will examine Mannerist and Baroque depictions of some of art history’s most notorious women. Discover what Judith, Salome, Susanna, Medusa, and all their sisters have to say about the place and power of women through the centuries.

This Dine & Learn, presented by the Modernism Museum Mount Dora, will take place at the Museum’s award-winning restaurant, 1921 Mount Dora. The cost is $35 for a three-course, prix-fixe luncheon (12:30 PM) or dinner (6:30 PM) menu. Contact the Modernism Museum or 1921 Mount Dora for menu details.

 Please call the Modernism Museum at (352) 385-0034 to reserve your spot. Limited seating is available.

(Painting: Artemisia Gentileschi, Judith Beheading Holofernes (c.1620), Galleria Uffizi)

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The New World Music Band: Caribbean Salsa, Live at the Museum!
Jan
26
6:30 PM18:30

The New World Music Band: Caribbean Salsa, Live at the Museum!

Modernism Museum Mount Dora will be hosting the New World Music Band, led by flute and saxophone virtuoso Gabriel de David! The concert will take place in the museum gallery on Saturday, January 26th at 7:00pm. A sparkling and white wine reception is included, which begins at 6:30pm.

!921 Mount Dora will be offering a special concert menu to celebrate the evening’s event. You may preview the menu HERE.

The New World Music Band plays Caribbean salsa and will feature a quartet of guitar, drums and percussion, all led by Gabriel de David on flute and saxophone. Gabriel de David has been a professional musician and teacher for more than 25 years. He holds a master’s degree in music education and has played with many renowned Puerto Rican salsa groups.

Tickets are $20 for 3MD members and $30 for nonmembers and includes the sparkling and white wine reception which precedes the performance. Tickets can be purchased at the museum or online by visiting https://ezticketapp.com/?s=ez4189

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Dine and Learn with Josh Garrick: Presenting an Art Exhibition
Jan
16
12:30 PM12:30

Dine and Learn with Josh Garrick: Presenting an Art Exhibition

The Modernism Museum Mount Dora will be hosting a Dine & Learn with artist Josh Garrick on Wednesday, January 16th, 2019 - with two available sessions: 12:30 PM (lunch) and 6:30 PM (dinner) at the Modernism Museum’s award-winning restaurant, 1921 Mount Dora. Reserve by calling the Museum at 352-385-0034.



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Hear the story of the incredible series of events that resulted in Josh Garrick, a farm boy from Amish country, creating a history-making exhibit. Garrick will give a lecture titled “Presenting an Art Exhibition in One of the Top 10 Museums in the World” about his recent exhibition at the National Archeology Museum in Greece. Garrick is a professor of ancient Greek art and Orlando’s Cultural Ambassador to Greece. His art photography has been exhibited in various Central Florida galleries and his Greek work has been displayed in Greece’s consulates in New York City and Istanbul, Turkey.

The cost is $35 for a three-course, prix-fixe luncheon (12:30 PM) or dinner (6:30 PM) menu. Please call the Modernism Museum at (352) 385-0034 to reserve your spot. Limited seating is available.

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The Mistletones - Live at the Museum!
Dec
15
6:30 PM18:30

The Mistletones - Live at the Museum!

You’ll be enthralled with the spirit of the season as you enjoy the energetic, entertaining, caroling Mistletones at the Museum!

Set the tone for the Christmas Season with this live concert - packed full of carefully chosen selections of Christmas music we all love! Listen as the Mistletones transport you with holiday classics sung in the intimate atmosphere of the museum, in the heart of Downtown Mount Dora, among its millions of twinkling Christmas lights.

Click here to enjoy a sampling of the Mistletones’ musical offerings.

Doors open for wine reception at 6:30 p.m. Concert begins at 7:00 p.m.

You can make an evening of it! We are also offering a very special concert menu, created by the culinary team at 1921 Mount Dora for our concert attendees.

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Ticket Price is $20.00 for Museum Members/ $30.00 for Nonmembers and includes complimentary wine reception.

Tickets can be purchased online at: https://ezticketapp.com/?s=ez3934

For more information, call the museum at: 352.385.0034, or email us at info@modernismmuseum.org


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Art Project Saturday at the Museum - Has Been Postponed.  We will update our site when it is rescheduled!
Dec
8
10:30 AM10:30

Art Project Saturday at the Museum - Has Been Postponed. We will update our site when it is rescheduled!

A fun Saturday morning workshop especially for children ages 6-12 years from 10:30 to noon.

Cost for members is $5.00/ Nonmembers $10.00. All supplies for each child to create their own, unique friendship bracelet will be provided.

Register online at: here, or contact the Modernism Museum at 352.385.0034 with any questions. Limited seating available.

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Chamber Business After Hours
Nov
15
5:30 PM17:30

Chamber Business After Hours

Main Street Leasing, the Modernism Museum and the Modernism Museum Shoppe are pleased to host the Mount Dora Area Chamber of Commerce at the Modernism Museum for the November “Chamber Business After Hours” gathering.

Admission is free to all Mount Dora Area Chamber of Commerce members.

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Sacred Spaces: The Churches of Frank Lloyd Wright
Nov
14
12:30 PM12:30

Sacred Spaces: The Churches of Frank Lloyd Wright

Timothy Totten narrates a fascinating Modernism Museum Dine and Learn

Master storyteller Timothy Totten explores how Wright translated his revolutionary architectural vision into houses of worship. Wright famously said of his personal beliefs that he puts “a capital N on Nature” --and considers that to be his church. Wright designed many sacred spaces for a variety of religions and denominations, from synagogues to Unitarian chapels.

November 14, 2018: Luncheon at 12:30, or Dinner at 6:30

Price is $35 and includes exclusive 3-course menu.

Call the Modernism Museum at 352.385.0034 to reserve your spot for this event.

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Cece Teneal and Soul Kamotion
Nov
10
6:30 PM18:30

Cece Teneal and Soul Kamotion

Cece Teneal and Soul Kamotion perform numbers from their energetic new live album release - and lovingly and enthusiastically pay tribute to the Queen of Soul during this vibrant and soulful concert.

Cece and Soul Kamotion hold true to their blues, soul and gospel roots. Enjoy their live performance as they deliver a message of love, joy, and purpose. The group’s new live album “#5or5000” is a captivating, energetic and entertaining blend of songs that catapult you to a place where you just can’t hold back. (The album title  reflects the group’s mission of giving the same show, and a hundred percent of themselves, whether there are five or five thousand people in the audience.) It’s always a funky and fun show, addressing all stages of love and living our true life. High energy and powerful, Cece and Soul Kamotion encourage us to move and groove on the dance floor and to embrace life. Check out the great energy and powerful voice of Cece Teneal and Soul Kamotion here.

"A band that sounds as good, or better, live as they do in a soundproof booth is even more infrequent. CeCe Teneal & Soul Kamotion have scored in both categories." ~ JD Nash for American Blues Scene. 

Wine Reception begins at 6:30.  Concert begins at 7:00.  Tickets are $20 for 3MD Members and $30 for Nonmembers.  Buy tickets online at: https://ezticketapp.com/?s=ez3921 or call  352.385.0034 for more information.

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Maison Billecart-Salmon and 1921 Mount Dora - A Very Special Evening
Nov
8
6:30 PM18:30

Maison Billecart-Salmon and 1921 Mount Dora - A Very Special Evening

Join our partner 1921 Mount Dora as we highlight the champagnes of Maison Billecart-Salmon at this exclusive dinner. The champagnes of Billecart-Salmon are, above all, created thanks to the knowledge of the men who rigorously cultivate an estate of 100 hectares, obtaining grapes from an area totaling 300 hectares across 40 crus of the Champagne region. Purchase tickets here: Maison Billecart-Salmon Dinner.

 

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Macramé Wreath Making Workshop
Nov
3
2:30 PM14:30

Macramé Wreath Making Workshop

Macramé Momma Victoria Walsh is back by popular demand!

This time, we will be creating wreaths to warm up your spirits and your home for the holiday season! Enjoy a refreshing glass of wine as you share the afternoon with us at the museum creating your wreath. All supplies are included in the admission price. Grab a friend or two, enjoy a cup of cheer, and twine away the afternoon creating your own holiday keepsake. Enjoy your wreath for years to come - or pass it along as a meaningful holiday gift to a friend.

Workshop is limited to 10 participants - all supplies (and complimentary glass of wine) included.

Price is $45 for 3MD Members/ $50 for Nonmembers

Buy Tickets online at: https://ezticketapp.com/?s=ez3975

For more information, call the Museum at 352.385.0034

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Members' Night at the Modernism Museum
Oct
13
6:00 PM18:00

Members' Night at the Modernism Museum

An Exclusive Evening of Celebration for our Members Only

It’s our 5th Anniversary! We would like to invite you, our Modernism Museum members, to this special evening of celebration in your honor. Your support of the museum, our exhibits, classes, and cultural events throughout these years has meant so much to our organization.

We are pleased to announce we will take this opportunity to reveal a very rare and special piece in the Museum during this festive evening. 

Entertainment: Wendell Castle’s Calagari piano by Steinway.

Admission for Members is Free - Please RSVP by email to: info@modernismmuseum.org or by telephone to: 352.385.0034.

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"Brushing up on Impressionism!" October Dine and Learn
Oct
10
to Oct 11

"Brushing up on Impressionism!" October Dine and Learn

Do you dream of walking through Monet’s garden?  Are you moved by Cassatt’s tender depictions of mothers with their children?  Do Degas’ paintings of ballerinas make you want to get up dance?  If so, then join us for a very special Dine and Learn, “Brushing Up on Impressionism!” moderated by Adrienne Lee. We will discuss how this once-despised method of painting caused a creative revolution and paved the way for Modern Art.  Come celebrate Impressionism with us!

Two informative, delightful, and delicious sessions to choose from.  Call the Modernism Museum at 352.385.0034 to reserve your seat for the Dinner or Luncheon.

Dinner: October 10 at 6:30 p.m. at 1921 Mount Dora. $35, includes 3-course meal.

Luncheon October 11 at 12:30 p.m. at 1921 Mount Dora. $35, includes 3-course meal.

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Lauren Mitchell Concert
Sep
8
6:30 PM18:30

Lauren Mitchell Concert

Live at the Museum on September 8!

Lauren Mitchell performs a bold mix of her own original material, songs hand-picked from the repertoires of her friends, and covers of tunes performed by Etta James, Bettye Lavette, Diana Ross, Aretha Franklin and Betty Davis.  Mitchell tells a blues story that's been a lifetime in the making. It's a stylistically varied and powerful story with a voice to match.  Check Out Lauren's incredible energy and vocals here.

WHEN: Saturday, September 8, 2018.  Wine Reception begins at 6:30 pm.  Concert begins at 7:00.

Exclusive Pre-concert Menu at 1921 Mount Dora $35 - Click here to preview menu: http://1921nva.com/community-events/

Tickets are $20 for 3MD Members and $30 for Nonmembers.  Tickets can be purchased online here: https://tinyurl.com/yaj2vajg

"A mesmerizing performer, with a voice for the ages" Jack Sullivan, Blues Music Magazine “I miss Etta a little less when I hear Lauren sing.” Josh Sklair – Grammy Award Winner, Producer and Guitarist for Etta James

“A soul-stirring voice and an arresting presence” Tony Braunagel – Producer, Grammy and Blues Music Award Winner

"Lauren prowls the stage like a cat waiting to strike. Her powerful vocals and dynamic stage presence will captivate you" Larry Lisk – KBA Award Winner, DJ WMNF Radio

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Macramé Workshop - Saturday July 28th 2:30 PM - Twine and Wine with Us
Jul
28
2:30 PM14:30

Macramé Workshop - Saturday July 28th 2:30 PM - Twine and Wine with Us

Enjoy some back to the 70's fun with 'Macramé Momma' Victoria Walsh!  Victoria will help you craft a Macramé plant hanger to take home - complete with your own potted plant. While you create, enjoy a refreshing glass of white wine as you work on your plant hanger. All supplies (and a glass of wine) are included. Members $40, Non 3MD Members $45. Limited to 12 attendees.   Buy your tickets here at:  https://ezticketapp.com/?s=ez3844 or call the museum at: 352.385.0034 for more information.

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