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Tag Archives: Hiromi Moneyhun

You Can Get It If You Really Want It

Dec

20

Go across the pond and you will find the name Harewood in a grand abundance. Here in Jacksonville, there is only one that is on everyone’s lips at this moment, Professor Dustin Harewood.

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You Don’t Own Me

Dec

09

Amid concrete ripped apart where 2nd Street used to be whole sits the Moneyhun residence. An orange cone and debris are the new markers. Construction has annihilated the roadway for over six months, making the view out of the kitchen less than optimal for this beachfront residence.

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Where Else Can I See the Work of the LIFT Artists?

Dec

06

The LIFT exhibition showcases the raw talent of local artists, but many of these artists are also involved in other projects in the community and around the state. Check out some of the good press they’ve been receiving!

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LIFT: HIROMI MONEYHUN

Sep

20

Written by: Katie Dietzel, Public Relations Intern Hiromi Moneyhun is a contributing artist for LIFT: Contemporary Expressions of the African American Experience which presents a modern response to Jacksonville’s African American Heritage, while using the lyrics to James Weldon Johnson and John Rosamond Johnson’s Lift Ev’ry Voice and Sing as inspiration.   Moneyhun moved to […]

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LIFT: CONTEMPORARY EXPRESSIONS OF THE AFRICAN AMERICAN EXPERIENCE

Jun

03

Written by: Julie Thieman, Marketing Intern LIFT: Contemporary Expressions of the African American Experience presents a modern response to Jacksonville’s African American Heritage. Using the original lyrics to Lift Ev’ry Voice and Sing as inspiration, a song written by Jacksonville natives James Weldon Johnson and John Rosamond Johnson, artists Thony Aiuppy, Glendia Cooper, Ingrid Damiani, Overstreet Ducasse, Dustin […]

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