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ArtCube: Think Inside the Box

Orlando artist Dawryby’s Familiar Faces is the first installation in the Art Cube, a shipping container-art gallery sited at Interstruct’s Parramore Arts on the West Church Corridor.

The ArtCube redefines the conventional art gallery by showcasing diverse art exhibitions and installations by artists of all mediums within the unique confines of a metal shipping container. The ArtCube’s debut exhibition, “Familiar Faces” by Orlando-based artist Dawrby, launches Friday, May 26 at 7 pm at 802-816 W. Church Street in Parramore in the parking lot of Interstruct. The event is free; all are welcome. Street parking is available.

Says Dawrby, “It’s the first time using spray paint, it helped me think inside the box.”

“It’s cool to see the Art Cube coming together,” says Interstruct CEO, Ryan Young. “The first artist to experiment inside The Box is the very creative and unique style of Dawrby.”

This is a free public art installation sponsored by Interstruct and Parramore Arts. Special thanks to City of Orlando Public Art Coordinator Pat Greene and Mariah Román for your help curating and committing to the success of showcasing diverse artists in Parramore.
Drew McGucken of McGucken Custom Metal fabricated the art cube (among his many projects with Interstruct).

The Art Cube Gallery is a project of Parramore Arts.