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A week of art and design events



There’s just so much good stuff happening in the next seven days that we couldn’t fit it all into our Selections of the Week. Here are a few art-oriented events to add to your cultural agenda; be sure to drop by our recently redesigned online calendar (cal for even more. – Jessica Bryce Young

The Heads of State AIGA Orlandohosts a talk with the Philly design duo 7 p.m. Thursday at Say It Loud (aka the Orange Studio). Gig-poster wunderkinder Jason Kernevich and Dustin Summers have parlayed their silkscreen skills into national assignments from the New York Times, Patagonia and Starbucks; local graphic designers interested in similar business expansion should come to listen and learn. (Say It Loud, 1121 N. Mills Ave.,; $5-$10)

Maybe It’s Still All a Dream Hangingthrough Feb. 17, this show of “fantasy, euphoria and otherworldliness” features pop-culture portraits and friendly monsters from Eric Althin, Scott Donald, Johannah O’Donnell and Steve Parker. Check out the video at for a sneak peek; stop by the opening party 7 p.m. Friday to peep the gallery’s newly expanded space. (Twelve21 Gallery, 1221C N. Orange Ave., 407-982-4357; free)

Garage Sale-a-Rama Alternative art space Urban ReThink hosts a tag sale to benefit the Urban Think! Foundation 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. Given the organization’s creative constituency, pickings should be a cut above the usual domestic detritus. (Urban ReThink, 625 E. Central Blvd., 407-704-6895;; free)

Replicated The Falcon Bar hosts an art show through March 2 to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner, probably the best film (in terms of art direction) ever made from a Philip K. Dick novel. Photographs and works on canvas by Dres13, Patrick Fatica, Jaime Margary, Phil Noto, Karla Radvak and more pay tribute to Scott’s future-gothy vision of a decaying 21st-century Los Angeles. Q-Burns Abstract Message provides the soundtrack on opening night, 8 p.m. Saturday. (Falcon Bar, 819 E. Washington St., 407-423-2788; free)

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