Three of the non-profits from the Central Florida Bloggers Conference “Blogging for Good” program are helping to promote the arts in central florida. The Orlando Science Center, Valencia College, and United Arts of Central Florida have partnered up with the Red Char Affair.
What is the Red Chair Project?
The Red Chair Project is a public service designed to increase participation in the Orlando/Central Florida arts and cultural community by building awareness. As a collaborative campaign involving arts and cultural organizations from Brevard, Lake, Orange, Osceola, Seminole and Volusia counties, Red Chair Project is the ultimate resource for learning what to do and where to go for everything cultural. A nonprofit service, the Red Chair Project strives to increase participation by providing methods to increase ticket sales, increase arts education opportunities and promote arts and cultural philanthropy.
Help kick off Central Florida’s cultural season with the Red Char Affair on August 25 at 8 p.m. at the Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre. BUY GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS
Performances and entertainment will be provided at the Red Chair Affair by the following organizations:
Pre-Show- Lobby (starts at 7pm):
– Art & History Museums, Maitland
– Empty Spaces Theatre Co(llaboration)
– Just Twistin’ Hay
– Crealdé School of Art
– Orlando Science Center
Mainstage (starts at 8pm):
– Bach Festival Society of Winter Park
– Brass Band of Central Florida
– Central Florida Community Arts
– Enzian Theater
– Florida Opera Theatre
– Garden Theatre
– NuLook School of Performing Arts
– Orlando Aerial Arts
– Orlando Ballet
– Orlando Philharmonic
– Orlando Repertory Theatre
– Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF
– SAK Comedy Lab
– YOW Dance
Performers are subject to change.
Check out the IKEA Red Chair Auction that recently ended and the awesome chairs developed by these three non-profits with great items to go along.
What is “Blogging for Good” presented by the Rollins Philanthropy & Nonprofit Leadership Center?
It is a social media campaign where bloggers raise awareness about local nonprofits and encourage their readers to enter a raffle. Raffle dollars go directly to the charities. By uniting the social media power of over 250 bloggers, we promise to make a difference! http://www.cflbloggingforgood.com/
How can you help?
- Share the Blogging for Good http://www.cflbloggingforgood.com/ with the community
- Get a ticket for win the “Blogging for Good” Basket for a $10 donation Get a ticket for this basket now. 6 great baskets with lots of great prizes.
Blogging for Good: http://www.cflbloggingforgood.com/