Burns Night

On January 25, Scots around the world will honor Robert Burns, Scotland’s national poet (1759-1796). At a Burns supper, guests enjoy traditional Scottish fare washed down with whisky and recite his most famous poems, including his Address to a Haggis. The first Burns supper was held by his friends at

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Highlights

Ballet Russes The Marquesa Sylvestre, featured at our Venetian Fantasy event, is a star of the Russian Ballet’s production of the Les Femmes de Bonne Humeur or Read more Venus & Cupid As Valentine’s Day approaches on February 14, we are highlighting Cupid and Venus, the deities of love, who

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Art on Fire – The Chihuly Connection

Dale Chihuly is arguably the most famous glass artist in the world. His name draws vast crowds to site-specific glass installations across the globe as well as to art galleries and museums internationally. The stunning Art on Fire exhibit at the Wiener Museum of Decorative Arts presents the creative exuberance

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Devilish Doulton

Devilishly Hot Doulton! One of the very first Doulton figures depicts Mephistopheles, a demon who corrupts men and collects the souls of the damned for Lucifer. Only one figure from 1897 is known in a vivid scarlet costume and it comes up for sale at Whitley’s Auctioneers on January 19.

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Do You Believe?

As you gaze in wonder at all the pretty Christmas tree fairies, imagine a time when many people believed that fairies really existed. When Tinker Bell was dying in J.M. Barrie’s 1904 play Peter Pan, everybody in the audience had to save her by crying out, ‘I do believe in

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Victoria

South Florida PBS invites you to a special preview screening of Victoria & Afternoon Tea Dolores Sukhdeo, President & CEO of South Florida PBS cordially invites you to Afternoon Tea & Complimentary VIP preview of Victoria. Tuesday, January 8, 2019 1:00pm - 3:00pm Limited Seating RSVP to Elaine Lacker  -

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Who’s Who at WMODA

Anne Orvieto is one of the stars at our WMODA boutique and a regular volunteer at our glass workshops. In addition to all her beautiful glass plaques, we recently sold her masterpiece which was on display in the Chihuly gallery following our Touch of Glass exhibition. Anne was first introduced

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Send in the Clowns

A visit to the circus during the Holidays is not complete without the antics of the clown but they were around centuries before the big top was invented. The earliest English clowns were called fools, Jack Puddings or Merry Andrews as the term clown, meaning clumsy did not enter the

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Make Your Own Mardi Gras Mask

Join glass artist Chelsea Rousso at her January workshops to make your own fused glass mask in time for Mardi Gras. You can choose to attend one workshop on January 11th to create a display mask which will be fired flat. Or you can attend two sessions, the second on

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Fired Arts Weekend

Visit WMODA and the Gallery of Amazing Things for the Fired Arts Collectors Weekend The museum will be open Saturday, January 19 11:00am - 4:00pm Sunday, January 20 11:00am - 4:00pm This month WMODA will be highlighting our vast Royal Doulton collection during the annual weekend for collectors. WMODA features

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