June Publisher’s Note

The June issue of ARTBORNE Magazine marks a milestone for our publication. We’ve designed, printed and published twelve issues—one year—of Orlando arts and culture. Throughout the last twelve months, we’ve had some extraordinary artists grace the pages of ARTBORNE. This month we’ll be featuring the Read More …

Architecture at Florida Southern College

About an hour outside of Orlando, past derelict mom-and-pop convenience stores, warehouses, and modest homes wrung out by the hands of time, sits the largest single-site collection of Frank Lloyd Wright architecture in the world. Florida Southern College’s campus in Lakeland is host to the Read More …

Doris Salcedo. Art Does Not Give Answers

I was first exposed to Doris Salcedo’s diverse oeuvre while working toward my art history minor in college. It was during a Latin American art history course, taught by the insightful and passionate Cyriaco Lopes, where I became acquainted and enamored with the talent of Read More …

Breaking Convention: Modernism Museum Mount Dora (3MD)

Tucked away between shops and restaurants in a sleepy town 30 miles north of Orlando, sits the Modernism Museum Mount Dora. Comprised of a relatively small, single-room gallery space which mimics the quaintness of the rest of Mount Dora, the Modernism Museum packs quite a Read More …