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National award-winning gallery announces new exhibit

Winter Park, FL - May 5, 2006 - Beginning May 6th through May 31st, 2006, the Scott Laurent Collection of Winter Park will be featuring TIME IN A DISAPPEARING WORLD a photographic exhibit of the disappearing tribes of Taiwan. On May 1st, Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer declared May 2006 Taiwanese-American Heritage Month during a City Hall ceremony kicking off the Orlando Sister City Program's support of the event.

This exhibit is sponsored by ATAYAL, a non-profit organization that is dedicated to nurturing the spirit and culture of the indigenous tribes of Taiwan and developing economic and cultural exchange initiatives. Art sale proceeds go to ATAYAL to benefit the tribal elders.

The Scott Laurent Collection, inspired by ATAYAL's mission, has become a part of the indigenous voice by hosting this month-long exhibit.

This unique collection of photographs, which are part of a documentary, will be accompanied by a short film: TIME AND MUSIC IN A DISAPPEARING WORLD. This film opened the OLA Film Festival and elaborates on the story of these amazing people whose tribes are on the brink of extinction.

For more information regarding this exhibit, contact Scott Alles at 407.629.0278.

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