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Tag Archives: field trips

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TOURS ARE BACK

Sep

14

It is that time of year again. School is back in session and the Education Department is busy preparing for Tours! We offer several choices for Elementary School Tours including Permanent Collection Tours, Garden Tours, and Special Exhibition Tours. All of our Tours include multiple fun activities! These activities may include viewing artwork in the […]

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Donor Highlight – Florida Blue

Oct

02

This month’s donor highlight is all about Florida Blue, a truly important partner that provides weekly evening access for visitors to enjoy exhibitions, activities, and programming at the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens. Their investment supports…

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Cultural Connections

Dec

26

The staff of the Museum will be taking quarterly field trips to different organizations around town. This will not only help to educate and enrich our staff , but will help build community partnerships that will…

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Weaver Academy of Art

Jan

24

The program serves 8 underserved Duval County public schools where over 3,500 students visit the museum for curriculum and special exhibition tours and participate in outreach activities in their classrooms with Art Connections staff.

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