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Tag Archives: wine

British Invasion: An English Dinner Party

Jan

31

Thursday, Feb 15 | 6 to 9 p.m. | Registration required

Calling all anglophiles! Do you fancy a pint? Round up some mates, dress in your British best, and join us at the Museum for a pub crawl-style evening with a classy spin. Guests will enjoy live music with the Beatles tribute band Liverpool Live, a selection of favorite English beers plus our very own Avant Gardener by Bold City Brewery, wines, and some posh spins on classic pub cuisine! This jolly good evening will support the reconstruction of the English Gardens.

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Art & Science: Tannins, Rope, and the St. Johns Riverkeeper

Jul

29

It is July, about half way between school terms, and it is week five of Camp Cummer. As usual, the summer at the Cummer has its rains and heat, its humidity and sweating brows. Art fills the studios, curiosity echoes in the galleries and lunchtime brings out a “roaring” play in the Gardens, as the campers tap into new found energy. Except for Wednesdays…

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What’s Blooming? – Mahonia Bealei

Mar

06

The Mahonia bealei, also known as Beale’s Barberry or Leatherleaf Mahonia, is an evergreen small shrub native to China. This plant flourishes in…

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Late Night Bon Voyage for Monet was a Misfit. Renoir was a Rebel. Pissaro was a Punk.

May

02

It’s true! The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens will stay open until Midnight on Saturday, May 5, giving you one last opportunity to see…

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In the Gallery: Greek – Attic black-figure Amphora

Mar

27

The amphora was a common piece in Ancient Greece and typically sculpted with a tapered base and neck, a wide body and two handles. This vase-shaped container was used as a storage vessel or transportation vessel for both…

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Cafe Nights at The Cummer

Mar

05

Oh to be in Paris in the springtime! Visit a “Café Night” hosted by The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens and the TreeCup Café and you might feel as though you have been transported. On free Tuesday evenings through May 1st, you can stop by the concourse to try out the new Tree Cup […]

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