Events at Timucua Arts Foundation

2000 S Summerlin Ave, Orlando, FL 32806

The Timucua Arts Foundation is a nonprofit organization that supports and promotes the arts in Central Florida. They offer classes and workshops in a variety of mediums, as well as exhibitions and performances. The Timucua Arts Foundation is dedicated to providing opportunities for people of all ages to learn and create art. Their classes and workshops are affordable and open to everyone. They also offer scholarships to those who need them. They offer classes and workshops in dance, music, and visual arts, and their programs are enjoyed by people of all ages.

The Timucua Arts Foundation was founded in 2007 by a group of artists and community leaders who saw the need for an organization that could promote and preserve the arts in Orlando. The foundation's mission is to "support and promote the arts in Central Florida by providing financial assistance and resources to artists and arts organizations." To achieve this mission, the foundation provides grants and scholarships to support Timucua arts and culture programs, and it also operates the Timucua Arts Museum in Orlando, Florida.

The Timucua Arts Foundation has achieved a great deal in its short history. The foundation has developed partnerships with a number of local organizations, including the Orlando Museum of Art, the Cornell Fine Arts Museum, and the Orlando Shakespeare Theater. Timucua is a unique event space in Orlando that can accommodate up to 350 guests. This one-of-a-kind venue is perfect for weddings, corporate events, and other special occasions. Timucua offers a variety of indoor and outdoor spaces, as well as a full-service kitchen and bar. The Timucua Arts Foundation is proud to have hosted a variety of amazing shows and performers over the years! Some of our past performers include:

The Avett Brothers
David Gray
Ani DiFranco
The Polyphonic Spree
The Black Keys
The Decemberists
Iron and Wine
M. Ward
The Head and the Heart
Sufjan Stevens
and many, many more!

The Timucua Arts Museum is the only museum in the world dedicated to the arts and culture of the Timucua people. The museum features exhibits on Timucua history, art, language, and culture, and it also offers educational programs for students of all ages. The foundation's primary areas of focus are visual arts, performing arts, and literary arts.

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