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November Garden Reconstruction Update



The upper tier of all three gardens reopened on November 11 – the Museum’s 56th anniversary! Although the lower spaces must continue to stay closed, you will be able to visit the Cummer Oak and see Diana of the Hunt and some of our other sculptures.

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Nazi Art Looting Presentation Returns



So, what do the Nazis have to do with Jacksonville, you ask? With two pieces of Nazi loot uncovered in The Cummer’s permanent collection, the answer is more than you might think. From 1933 through the end of World War II in 1945…

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A Moment of Thanks: The Olmsted Garden and Parking Lot Teams



Before we begin construction along Riverside Avenue – including the completion of a new Sculpture Garden in front of Art Connections, the expansion of the TreeCup Café onto the…

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Olmsted Garden Opening



Be sure to join us April 11 as we unveil the newly-restored Olmsted Garden.

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In Case you Missed It: Olmsted Garden Lecture



In case you weren’t able to join us last night for the Garden Month lecture, “The Olmsted Garden,” here’s what you missed.

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Cummer Parking Transformed



December 10, all Cummer lots across Riverside Avenue from the museum will be closed for a complete renovation. Construction is scheduled to be completed by Spring 2013. During this period, visitors…

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