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Tag Archives: st. johns river

Meet the Artist: Barry Wilson

Feb

27

Over the course of the run of Reflections: Artful Perspectives on the St. Johns River, we will be highlighting the participating artists on our blog. Meet Barry Wilson, a printmaker and teacher at Douglas Anderson. Barry’s prints are truthful and thought provoking so we hope you make a trip to the Museum to take a […]

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New show opens tomorrow!

Feb

23

The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens is excited to celebrate Reflections: Artful Perspectives of the St. Johns River, which features reinterpretations of pieces from the Museum’s permanent collection around the theme of the St. Johns River. Get the first look at the incredible works of Emily Arthur, Jim Draper, Doug Eng, Dave Engdahl, Sarah […]

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Healing Through the Arts: Part II

Jun

23

The HEAL Foundation has utilized The Cummer’s galleries, gardens, and experience working with children with disabilities for 19 years and counting. This is part two of a three part series highlighting the benefits art can provide children with autism. Art can play an important role in the lives of many children, teens, and adults diagnosed […]

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A Night of Americana – Jacksonville Old Time Jam

Jun

20

  The Jacksonville Old Time Jam was founded in August 2011 in order to preserve, foster, and spark a passion for Old Time music in Northeast Florida. They will be one of the three performing groups for The Cummer’s Garden Concert: A Night of Americana on June 28 from 7-9 p.m. (doors at 6 p.m.). The cost is $20 […]

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Garden Concert: A Night of Americana – Four Families

Jun

18

 Artist Highlight: Four Families   Four Families is a folk music group that combines a heavy orchestral sound with a unique indie twist. Their indescribable ethereal music is a sound that resonates with each of their listeners. Members include: Robin Rütenberg on vocals, guitar, mandolin, and tambourine, Naarah Strokosch on cello and keys, Quinn Mellon on bass, and Summer […]

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A Vision Awakening: A Celebration of The Cummer Gardens

Aug

29

This collaboration captures not only the beauty of The Cummer’s existing Gardens, but provides insight into the passionate woman who had the vision, heart and energy to bring such beauty to our city.

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