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Tag Archives: Crystal Floyd

Join the Museum for Envirofest!

Sep

20

Join the Museum, in partnership with the City of Jacksonville’s Environmental Protection Board, for the third annual Envirofest. This is a family-friendly event centered on raising environmental awareness through the arts, education, and music. Enjoy book readings, live music, recycled art projects, tours, and much more!

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Our Shared Past: Highlight on Crystal Floyd

May

09

Crystal Floyd’s work F***! A Deer! will be in the Our Shared Past exhibition, on view in the Stein Gallery from December 17, 2013 to May 25, 2014.

There will be artist appearances at the Stein Gallery January through…

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2014 Community First Garden Month at The Cummer

Feb

19

With the success of last year’s Garden Month, Community First Credit Union and The Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens proudly present its annual celebration, Garden Month at The Cummer! The Cummer will…

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Our Shared Past

Dec

16

This exhibition is a collaborative exhibition. Our guest curator, Jefree Shalev, found his parents 8mm home movies, from 1957 through 1968, at their home. Jefree offered…

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