At the heart of every good community is a healthy blend of arts and culture. From public art installations and live music to cinema events and access to Orlando’s greatest artistic institutions, Lake Nona offers those who live here plenty of chances to kick back, relax, enjoy and be inspired by work from some of the most iconic artists of our times. In Lake Nona, arts and culture are truly parts of our DNA.

The Beacon and Code Wall at Lake Nona Town Center

The Beacon & Code Wall

At the heart of Lake Nona’s Town Center stands “The Beacon and Code Wall.” "The Beacon" is a six-story landmark that comes to life at night with a visual experience of video, music and interactive elements. Alongside stands "Code Wall," an installation of specialized dichroic glass with imagery and messages written in binary code.


The Global Angel Wings Project presented by Jacq + Jack

Colette Miller created the Global Angel Wings Project in 2012, in the streets of Los Angeles, the City of Angels. They were painted to remind humanity that we are the angels of this earth. They are human sized interactive public art, wings that people take photos with and thus become part of the artwork. The first pair was just street art but the response was natural, immediate, and spontaneous - from people of all sorts and backgrounds. Colette has painted wings globally - Kenya, Australia, England, Japan, Taiwan, France, Cuba, Juarez Mexico and more, and many in the USA. Though some are commissioned and others gifted, the wings themselves are free to the world. Never owned by anyone, not even Colette, though they are of her provenance and her work.


The Global Angel Wings Project

Glass House

From Brooklyn artist Tom Fruin comes “Glass House,” the latest addition in his internationally recognized Icon series. This kaleidoscope of reclaimed materials pulls cues from reclaimed urban design, American folk art and the spiritual qualities of stained glass. The house is designed to capture the sense of its installation location next door to Canvas Restaurant and Market in the Laureate Park Village Center.


Lake Nona Nights

Our community comes to life at night with the help of Lake Nona Nights. These weekly and monthly events bring our community together with local produce and live music for our Live+Local event, with family-friendly films for all generations with our Crescent Cinema event or for our food truck round-up that features some of the most delicious meals and treats around. We invite residents to share in beautiful sunsets as we gather around our signature art pieces to enjoy good food, good friends and a ton of fun.


Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

The Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in Downtown Orlando invites you to see a show, take a class, advance your art education or get involved with community outreach and development programs and more.


The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra

“Philharmonic” is the love of harmony, and The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra seeks to share that love as the premier source of music for Central Florida. Music speaks to and for people; it challenges audiences while fostering joy. The Orlando Philharmonic strives to make classical music accessible to the community and share the benefits of the arts with all ages.


Orlando Ballet

The Orlando Ballet is Florida’s only fully residential professional ballet company and attracts more than 100,000 theatre-goers year-round to its critically acclaimed productions. Extraordinary performances, enriching opportunities and artistic excellence have earned the Orlando Ballet company members their stunning reputation for bringing art to the community.



A visit to Lake Nona promises the perfect adventure in healthy living, cuisine and culture for anyone.

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