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Tag Archives: Stein Gallery

Jim Draper: Feast of Flowers



The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens would like to present Jim Draper: Feast of Flowers, a collection of large scale paintings that capture the beauty of Florida’s rich natural landscape, in honor of the 500th anniversary of Florida’s naming by Ponce de Leon. The show will be on view December 18, 2012 through April 7, 2013.

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Very Special Arts Festival 2012 – Day 1



Today is the first day of our VSA Festival for 2012. Today alone we saw about 1000 students with special needs and had over 700 volunteers helping us from around the community. Students…

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Boutique de Sortie Boutique de Sortie



The Cummer Store has opened a special exhibition exit shop featuring merchandise specific to the exhibit…

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de Jonghe’s The Japanese Fan back on View



This unique show, which opened in December 2011, includes several Western works from our Permanent Collection. And now we’re adding another impressive piece to the mix.

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Semmes Gallery Renovation



For the past month, we have been renovating The Eunice Pitt Odom Semmes & George Wingfield Semmes Gallery of Baroque Art. This gallery, otherwise known as the “blue” gallery due to the infamous blue wall color now has a new wall color and a new hanging system.

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Ask the Curator



Q: There have been a lot of changes to the permanent collection galleries in the past few years. What’s going on?

A: In the past few years, The Cummer has…

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