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Tag Archives: performance

Eva Chase Wood?



Continuing in the spirit of collaboration, the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens has teamed up with Playwright Jennifer Chase and Director Barbara Colaciello to bring you a unique work […]

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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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All is merry with Yuleslide!



We hope you will take a break from the hustle and bustle of the holidays and join us for this lively show!

December 7, 2013, 2 p.m.

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Introducing the Junior Docents



An artist, a poet, a performer, a presenter, a blogger, a leader, even a marketing director: the Museum’s Junior Docents program has placed me in roles that I could not have otherwise imagined. It is hard for me to fathom how much the two-hour monthly meetings have affected my personality over the years, but I truly believe that I grew up through this experience, and it will continue to be a significant chapter in my life after I graduate.

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