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The Sculpture Garden: Coming this September!



Written by Torrie Peterson, Marketing Intern 

Sculpture GardenThe creation of the J. Wayne and Delores Barr Weaver Community Sculpture Garden & Plaza, located on the front lawn of the Art Connections building, will mark the completion of the Museum’s Landscape Enhancement Project, which includes the renovation of the entire Riverside Avenue portion of The Cummer campus. This new addition to the grounds provides the Museum with yet another platform to discuss art, design, history, and environmental conservation, all through the use of our landscape.


Although largely populated with works on loan, the Sculpture Garden will feature multiple permanent installations from The Cummer’s collection, including William Zorach’s Spirit of the Dance and Takashi Soga’s Sea of the Ear Rings.

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