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Tag Archives: Archipenko

The Final Weekend: Archipenko

Apr

14

Archipenko: A Modern Legacy has been wonderful exhibition at the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens. These works allowed for rich programming and wonderful school tour curriculum from the Education Department. If you have not made your way to the Museum to view one of the most comprehensive collections of the works of Alexander Archipenko, […]

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Frolic in the Gardens for free!

Apr

01

Come enjoy the beauty of the Cummer Museum’s 2 1/2 acres of lush Gardens for Weaver First Saturday Free for All. Every first Saturday of each month the Museum opens it’s doors for free, thanks to the generous support of the Weaver family. If you have not had a chance to view Archipenko: A Modern […]

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NEW VIEW 2016

Mar

09

Written by: Museum Educator Matthew Patterson For this year’s edition of New View, students from Douglas Anderson School of the Arts were asked to create work in response to the exhibition Archipenko: A Modern Legacy In preparation for their art-making, students viewed works in this exhibition which offers a fresh assessment of Alexander Archipenko, emphasizing […]

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FREE TUESDAY LECTURE: The Sculpted Figure Through Time

Feb

11

  Tuesday, February 16th | 7 p.m. | FREE The human figure has been a long time favorite subject for artists and sculptors who used it to explore anatomy, movement, emotions. Join us for Florida Blue Free Tuesday, on February 16th and spend some time with Archipenko: A Modern Legacy, an exhibition that has been […]

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Archipenko: A Modern Legacy – Opening Events

Jan

26

The Museum is excited to unveil Archipenko: A Modern Legacy. This exhibition highlights the fantastic work of Ukrainian-born American avant-garde artist, sculptor, and graphic artist, Alexander Archipenko, in the Mason Gallery. Museum Members are invited to come by the Museum from 12 to 4 p.m. for a special preview before the show opens and docent […]

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