The Heritage Collection:
Photographs and Oral Histories of West Winter Park
A unique exhibition of history told by the residents who have lived it.
Noon-4 pm Tuesday - Thursday
Noon-5 pm Friday
10 am-2 pm Saturday
Closed Sunday and Monday
Also on display: The Sage Project:
Hannibal Square Elders Tell Their Stories
To see a brief video click here
The Sage Project is part of the permanent collection at the Hannibal Square Heritage Center, with photographs by Peter Schreyer.
Tom Rankin: Sacred Landscapes of the South
April 15 - July 16
For more than 25 years, Tom Rankin has photographed rural churches and sacred spaces in the South. He returns again and again to the same places, documenting the effects of time and weather in powerful black-and-white film-based photographs captured with his 8 x 10 large-format camera.
Crealdé invites you to this two-venue exhibition of photographs by Rankin, former director for the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University.
Please join us for the opening weekend festivities.
Admission is complimentary to all events.
Opening reception with photographer Tom Rankin
7 to 9 pm Friday, April 15
Alice & William Jenkins Gallery
Crealdé School of Art
600 St. Andrews Blvd., Winter Park, 32792
Also celebrate the opening of The Florida Painters Return to Crealdé in the Showalter Hughes Community Gallery.
An Evening with Tom Rankin
in partnershp with Cornell Fine Arts Museum
Reception 5 to 6:30 pm Saturday, April 16
Hannibal Square Heritage Center
642 W. New England Ave., Winter Park, 32789
Presentation at 7 pm
Bush Auditorium, Rollins College, Winter Park
No registration required. Free parking in the SunTrust Garage on East Lyman Avenue – bring your parking ticket to the event for validation.
Tuesday, April 26, 7 pm
Hannibal Square: Evolution of a Dream – A Community Talk with Dr. Julian Chambliss
Coordinator of the Africa and African-American Studies Program at Rollins College, and an expert on urban history and culture, Dr. Julian Chambliss talks about the current state of development in Hannibal Square and how the community can reclaim its cultural heritage through “tactical urbanism.” Both the talk and the reception are free. For more information, visit julianchambliss.com or call 407.628.8196.
The talk is at the Winter Park Community Center, 721 W. New England Ave., Winter Park. After the talk, please join us for a reception at the Hannibal Square Heritage Center. The program is presented by the Casa Feliz Parlor Series, the Winter Park History Museum Speaker Series and the Hannibal Square Heritage Center, a program of Crealdé School of Art.
April 30, 2016
Seventh Annual Hannibal Square Heritage Center Folk & Urban Art Festival
The annual festival celebrates culture and diversity through art and music. More than 25 Florida artists offer their works for sale. There’s music by the Porchdogs Cajun and Zydeco Band and Orisirisi African Folklore. A “Kid-folk” workshop culminates in a public parade. Plus there are food trucks with a focus on Soul Food. 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Saturday at Hannibal Square Heritage Center. Admission and activities are free.
CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS ON THE 2106 FESTIVAL ARTISTS AND ENTERTAINERS!