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Tag Archives: Barbara Colaciello

Ready or Not



Firmly nestled in one of Jacksonville’s esteemed boroughs, Springfield, all things are stirring around the house. Springfield is the home of Porchfest, a new mural, and soon two new breweries; it’s redeveloping. The neighborhood feels different, and Anthony Aiuppy, Thony to those who know him best, loves this area.

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Behind the Scenes with Barbara Colaciello



Do not miss the unique opportunity to hear the words of August Wilson’s Gem of Ocean inside the Mason Gallery with Whitfield Lovell: Deep River. Barbara Colaciello is directing this […]

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Summer Improv Camp with Barbara Colaciello



Multi-faceted educator Barbara Colaciello partners with the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens to offer a unique two Week IMPROVISATORY CAMP experience! Geared for creative inquisitive teenagers (7th through 12th […]

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This Seat’s Taken



The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens is hosting a performance written and directed by Barbara Colaciello on Tuesday, July 29 at 7 p.m. “This Seat’s Taken” is a new […]

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The Ninah Cummer Project: An Interview with Barbara Colaciello



In Sustaining Beauty: Reflections from the Memoirs of Ninah May Holden Cummer, The Cummer Museum’s founder comes to life in this one-woman play created in partnership with Jacksonville Beach theater Players By the Sea. With assistance from museum Curatorial staff, the piece is written and performed by Barbara Colaciello, who spent a year in our archives researching Ninah. Learn more about this generous, forward-thinking woman on April 5 at 7pm. Admission to the play is just $5.

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