Selection Reminder: Eclectic Knights III art party tonight at OMA!



'Still Life No. 4' by Julia S. Owens
  • 'Still Life No. 4' by Julia S. Owens

Thursday, September 1Eclectic Knights III

University of Central Florida’s Art Alumni Chapter repeats their popular annual art party, a homecoming game of sorts for graduates of UCF’s art programs. As you might have expected, all of the work hanging in the show was created by UCF alumni. We know that they attempted to have all of the evening’s entertainment supplied by UCF grads (not just the art), and they got most of the way there: singer-songwriter Mike Dunn attended UCF; one of the partners of Foodie Catering, Jessica Gordon, graduated from UCF’s Rosen School of Hospitality Management; and the UCF chapter of student group IDEAS (Intellectual Decisions on Environmental Awareness Solutions) will be doing outreach at the event. It seems Maria Bolton (Caricatures by Maria), however, went to Valencia – but we’re sure that won’t color her parodic portraits of the black-and-yellow-clad attendees. Go Knights!Jessica Bryce Young (6-9 p.m. at Orlando Museum of Art, 2416 N. Mills Ave.; $10; 407-896-4231;

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