“Our Journey” is a public art composition by internationally recognized sculptor, Bill Starke, and represents one of the more important additions to public art in the City of Orlando. Located at the nation’s first NBA arena to earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver new construction certification from the U.S. Green Building Council, the work includes eight hand-sculpted life-size human figures interacting with each other and the environment in a story of achievement. It is a reflection of people setting goals, being in action, making choices that work and don’t work, helping others and being helped, exploring the unknown, and of doing the work required to make dreams come true. Victoria, co-founder of BOBOSART, developed and administered the calls for artists, facilitated the artist selection processes and contracts, provided design services for artwork, art lighting, and engineering, coordinated design integration issues, and managed the project's complete progression from concept vision to final installation.

BOBOSART also designed a unique program for working with youth from the nearby Parramore community on the theme “Finding My Way.” Through a series of eight workshops in four community centers located in the Parramore Kids Zone, Victoria’s team of artists worked with underprivileged kids to produce over 150 artworks. Artist Marcos Cruz, a local and emerging artist who works internationally, engraved every child’s artwork onto architecturally integrated sculpture that he designed aesthetically to reveal the children’s artworks subtly as visitors approach the elevators of the arena’s parking garage, to reference the architecture, to establish a relationship with Starke’s exterior art, and to be aligned with the color palette for parking garage way finding.