ZORA!® FESTIVAL

Zora Neale Hurston FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS AND HUMANITIES

First presented in 1990, the ZORA!® Festival is a multi-day, multi-disciplinary, intergenerational event composed of public talks, museum exhibitions, theatrical productions, arts education programming, and a 3-day Outdoor Festival of the Arts. The event takes place primarily in Eatonville, Florida (10 miles north of Orlando) and throughout Orange County.

What is ZORA!® Festival?
First presented in 1990, Festival is a multi-day, multi-disciplinary, intergenerational event composed of public talks, museum exhibitions, theatrical productions, arts education programming, and a 3-day Outdoor Festival of the Arts. The event takes place primarily in Eatonville, Florida (10 miles north of Orlando) and throughout Orange County.

for details on the 32nd ZORA! Festival Janury 7 – 31, 2021

“America’s Longest Running Arts & Humanities Festival Celebrating the Cultural Contributions of People of African Ancestry Throughout the Diaspora”

Audience at a Zora Neale Hurston Arts and Humanities Lecture, St. Lawrence AME Church, Eatonville, FL

FESTIVAL GOALS

1) To celebrate the life and work of Zora Neale Hurston;

2) To celebrate the historic significance of Eatonville; and

3) To celebrate the cultural contributions which people of African ancestry have made to the United States and to world culture.

 

The projected expenses for FY21, October 1, 2020 – September 30, 2021, for
ZORA!® Festival are:
$195,000

Outdoor Festival of the Arts, Eatonville, FL

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