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Tag Archives: Pago Pago

“Pago Pago” will stay at the Museum!

Sep

14

When Ninah Cummer founded the Cummer Museum in 1961, she sought to engage and inspire the entire Northeast Florida community through the power of art, gardens, and education. Today, we’re pleased that her vision lives on through the successful completion of our crowdfunding campaign. Whitfield Lovell: Deep River was a deeply engaging exhibition, drawing thousands of […]

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SEPTEMBER FREE SATURDAY

Sep

04

Make sure to head to the Museum this weekend to take advantage of Weaver First Saturday Free for All! This is the last Free Saturday to see Whitfield Lovell: Deep River before it closes on September 13th. While you are checking out the work of Whitfield Lovell, pay a visit to Pago Pago (shown in […]

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Help keep a Piece of Deep River in Jacksonville!

Aug

20

Thousands of visitors have experienced the power of Whitfield Lovell: Deep River since it opened at the Cummer Museum on May 20. In just a few short weeks, Deep River will be packed up for its next destination. However, the Museum’s acquisition board — inspired by the passionate feedback of our Members and friends in the […]

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