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Save the Date for the 2022 Celebrating Women in Sports Luncheon
The 2022 Celebrating Women in Sports luncheon presented by Orlando Health Jewett Orthopedic Institute, is returning to UCF's Addition Financial Arena on Tuesday, September 27, from 11:30am-1:30pm. Presented by Florida Blue, this year's featured speaker is Jennifer Rizzotti, President of the WNBA's Connecticut Sun. The luncheon will recognize local honorees: Sharon Line Clary (AdventHealth), Katie Stocz Miller (Orlando Magic & WISE Greater Orlando), and Amy Wise (2022 Special Olympics USA Games) who will each receive the Women in Sports Leadership Award. Ali Anderson (Orlando Magic) will be the recipient of the Rising Star Award, and Jessica West (Orlando City SC, Orlando Pride & Exploria Stadium) will accept the WISE Women of Inspiration Award.  Learn more about the 2022 award winners, and purchase tickets.

Eclectic Knights XIV by UCF
Join UCF for Eclectic Knights XIV on Thursday, October 6, from 6-9pm at the Orlando Museum of Art. This "Knight" of art will be UCF's 14th annual show celebrating art on any subject or medium by UCF alumni, faculty, staff, and students. In addition to discovering these local artists, visitors will also enjoy caricatures, animation shorts, a special appearance by Knightro, and much more! Purchase tickets here.

Airplay by Creative City Project is Back!
Creative City Project's interactive inflatable art installations are back at Airplay, presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center, from October 1st to the 30th at the Seneff Arts Plaza and The Frontyard at the Dr. Phillips Center. Experience inflatable mazes, sculptures, and a Luminarium from Architects of Air. Get your tickets here!


DOP Members Make OBJ's Fast 50: Fastest Growing Companies
Congratulations to DOP Members NextPath Career Partners, Gambin Financial Group, Baker Barrios Architects Inc., and Charlan Brock Architects for making OBJ's Fast 50: Fastest Growing Companies! The Fast 50 list is ranked by percentage of growth over three years, and in order to qualify companies must be 51% privately-held and headquartered in Central Florida. Click here to see the full list and rankings.

Orlando Museum of Art is Hosting a Dia de los Muertos Cocktail party!
The Orlando Museum of Art will be celebrating Dia de los Muertos on Saturday, October 29, from 10am-12pm. Commemorate your loved ones at the museum through a life-affirming celebration which has been observed for centuries, recognizing the eternal cycle of life. Learn about the significance of Dia de los Muertos through art activities, speakers, docent-guided tours, dance performances, and music. Click here to learn more and register!

City Unseen App will Feature the Lost Parramore Mural
Recent renovations to the Interstruct Inc. Parramore office building resulted in the obstruction of a mural of a local activist, but it will soon see new life via a local Augmented Reality (AR) app called City Unseen. The piece, called Love Seeks Unity, was commissioned by local architect Ryan Young and created by local artist Maureen Huda and her team. The mural depicted Orlando activist Jennifer Desire in vibrant hues of blue, turquise, red, and gold. Young has now partnered with the team at Snap! Orlando to make use of their AR public art project, City Unseen, to help the work live on. Read how it works here.


Photo by Chad Baumer via Interstruct Inc.


The Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center of Florida has a New CEO
The new CEO of the Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center of Florida, Talli Dippold, has more than 15 years in Holocaust education and an interest in connecting lessons from the past to contemporary life. That philosophy is important to Dippold as the nonprofit is moving from the conceptual stage to the design stage on its new 43,000-square-foot Holocaust Museum of Hope in downtown Orlando at 75 S. Ivanhoe Blvd. Read more about Dippold and her goals for her new role and what's next for the museum here.

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