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Free Tuesday Panel Discussion & Performance



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Join Jim Draper, Tiffany Melanson and David Engdahl as they talk about their works from the Reflections: Artful Perspectives on the St. Johns River exhibition on Tuesday, April 14th at 6:30 p.m. in the Cummer Auditorium. Chief Curator Holly Keris will lead these artists in a panel discussion about the motivation and process behind their pieces.

The evening will conclude with a short excerpt from “A Vision Awakening”, a piece written and performed by Jacksonville musicians, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter, Lee Hunter (formerly of the band, Tammerlin), percussionist, Charlotte Mabrey and violinist, Philip Pan and spoken word from Kevin Bodge and Barbara Colaciello. This compilation was put together with inspiration from Ninah Cummer’s diaries and the Museum’s gorgeous Gardens. This special performance has been recorded in studio and CDs will be available for purchase for the first time tonight!

This Cultural Fusion Jax, Year of the River Initiative is FREE thanks to a funding from the Florida Humanities Council but please make a reservation here.

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