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Tag Archives: Players by the Sea

TO THE SEA: AN ORIGINAL PLAY

Oct

20

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21 Members $20, Non-Members $25 | Click here to register! As Reflections: Artful Perspectives on the St.Johns River comes to a close this Sunday, October 25th, the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens is excited to celebrate this beautiful exhibition with another special piece of programming, the inaugural performance of “To the Sea.” In […]

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Cultural Connections: Cultural Fusion

Jan

27

Cultural Fusion is a collaboration among Jacksonville’s arts and cultural organizations. The hope is that by banding together, our cultural organizations can bring innovative new ideas to the Jacksonville cultural scene.

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The Ninah Cummer Project: An Interview with Barbara Colaciello

Apr

01

In Sustaining Beauty: Reflections from the Memoirs of Ninah May Holden Cummer, The Cummer Museum’s founder comes to life in this one-woman play created in partnership with Jacksonville Beach theater Players By the Sea. With assistance from museum Curatorial staff, the piece is written and performed by Barbara Colaciello, who spent a year in our archives researching Ninah. Learn more about this generous, forward-thinking woman on April 5 at 7pm. Admission to the play is just $5.

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Don’t Miss Our 50th Anniversary Kickoff!

Jan

04

Please join us as we celebrate our past, present and future.  We begin our yearlong celebration of The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens 50th Anniversary by hosting our Kick-Off Event on Saturday, January 15, 2011 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm.  Our Chairs, Laura Magevney and Lisa Page, along with their committee, have planned an […]

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